Punt Gwynedd is on a working farm and offers self catered accommodation for up to 5/6 people. Views on a clear day can stretch across from Bardsey Island to Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales.
The well equipped house is only five minutes walk from Porth Neigwl or Hells Mouth which is a four mile beach, that is very popular with the surfers and families. Llanengan, the local village, is only 1½ miles and has a public house, church and telephone kiosk. Abersoch is only 3 miles away with excellent sailing facilities and an 18 hole golf course.
The house has three bedrooms, 0ne with double bed and one with two single beds. and one with single with pull out guest bed. All bedding is supplied including linen and duvets, and the beds made up for your arrival. A cot and high chair are available. The bathroom has a bath, an electric shower over the bath There is a gate at the top of the stairs.
Downstairs is a sitting room with television, sun lounge, dining room and kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine, and tumble drier. Electricity is by a £1 coin meter.
Small dogs by arrangement. A car is essential and there is ample parking space. Heating by multi fuel burner (fuel not supplied). Electric fires and central heating, combi boiler.
There are many things to do in the area. On the Lleyn there are three 18 hole Golf courses, in Abersoch, Pwllheli and Nefyn. All around the coast of the Peninsula there are many sandy beaches popular with surfers and families. While Abersoch have excellent sailing facilities and Pwllheli has a first class marina which hosts many sailing events.
While you are over why not visit Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) where it is believed that 20,000 saints are buried.
The house is in an ideal location for walking foot paths and the long stretches of beach in the area.