A quintessentially traditional grade II holiday cottage in the popular seaside town of Criccieth on the Llŷn Peninsula. Set in a quiet location, it’s just a short walk from beaches, the medieval castle and good cafes, restaurants and shops.
Downstairs is a cosy open plan living room. Comfortable sofas ranged around a stone inglenook fireplace with a coal effect fire. Dining table and chairs for four. TV with Freeview, CD/DVD player. The kitchen area is well equipped with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment and washing machine. French windows open out onto a well-managed terraced garden.
Upstairs are two bedrooms: one double room and one twin. The upstairs landing has views out over the garden and is a great quiet spot for reading. The family bathroom has a bath, shower, wash hand basin and loo.
Outside, a set of stone steps lead up to a lovely terraced garden which is ideal for relaxing in and for alfresco meals.
The centre of Criccieth is just a short walk away. There are wonderful coastal walks nearby and a little further afield is the Welsh Highland Railway - why not take a ride up into the mountains of Snowdonia? The Llŷn Peninsula is a lovely, undiscovered part of North Wales and great destination for a holiday.
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Garden Or Patio
Pub Within 1 Mile
Bedrooms & Suites
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower, WC and hand wash basin. Kitchen with washing machine, microwave, electric oven, gas hob and a fridge with freezer compartment. Open plan living room with inglenook and coal effect stove, sofas and a dining table and chairs, TV with Freeview, and CD/DVD players. French windows open onto garden.
Often described as the 'Pearl of Wales on the shores of Snowdonia’, this delightful seaside town is situated just 5 miles from Porthmadog. The town’s 13th century castle perches majestically on a rocky outcrop, dominating the skyline and offering superb views of Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia mountains. Watersports enthusiasts will be delighted by the two beaches, whilst walkers and bikers are spoilt for choice by the proximity of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Stroll along the beaches, watch porpoises playing in the surf, or relax in the various pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, sampling the famous Cadwalader’s ice cream. Further afield, attractions such as Portmeirion’s wonderful Italianate gardens, the Ffestiniog railway in Porthmadog, Harlech Castle, Caernarfon Castle and the beautiful beaches and renowned golf courses of the Llyn Peninsula are all within an easy drive.