Hebog Bach is a superb, fully renovated 18th Century, three bedroomed, single storey cottage situated on a leafy private country estate on the edge of Snowdonia.
The landscaped gardens, with outstanding sea views, are enclosed by traditionally built stone walls, making this a safe and tranquil place from which to enjoy the best that Wales can offer. Whether you are looking for a family holiday or a romantic retreat, Hebog Bach will not disappoint.
The seaside town of Criccieth, with its sandy beach and splendid castle, is a short drive away. Black Rock Beach, the Harbour at Porthmadog and Clough Williams-Ellis' wonderful Italianate village of Portmeirion are close by, as are the legendary mountains and valleys of Snowdonia.
This charming cottage has been designed and furnished by the Williams-Ellis family, whose attention to detail and carefully chosen soft furnishings, wall hangings and textiles make this a delightful place to stay.
The large open plan living room, dining room and kitchen, with a 4 metre high wooden ceiling, have been thoughtfully laid out. The kitchen and dining area are well equipped with solid beech worktops, built in oven with separate hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and dining table with seating for six. The living area, with limed oak flooring, has comfortable sofas, open fireplace, bookshelves crammed with books, 32" LCD with free Skyview, wireless broadband, DVD Player and Stereo system with an iPod dock.
There is a separate utility room with washer and drier.
Bedroom one has two single beds that can be zipped together and has its own exit onto the pretty sun terrace. There is an en-suite shower room with walk in shower, loo, washbasin and heated towel rail. There is under floor heating beneath the stone tiles.
Bedroom two has a king size bed, high vaulted ceilings and a window seat with a long window from which to enjoy the rural landscape.
Bedroom three has twin beds, walk in wardrobes and lovely sea views.
The shared bathroom has a bath, hand held shower, loo and washbasin, heated towel rail and under floor heating.
The large gardens have a barbecue and furniture from which to enjoy al-fresco eating whilst delighting in the spectacular views and sunsets of the Llyn Peninsula.
There is ample parking.