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Tŷ Mawr


Holiday Cottage, Aberdaron

Sleeps 5, 3 bedrooms
£550 to £950 per week
  • Woodburner
  • Wifi
  • Pets welcome

Tŷ Mawr is the furthest cottage on the Llŷn Peninsula, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty approx. two miles from the picturesque village of Aberdaron, north west Wales. Newly renovated, the cottage sleeps five. One dog is welcome.

The accommodation

The stone inglenook fireplace with woodburner and its original beam compliments the kitchen/diner. Together with a patio door which opens onto the garden with amazing views of the surrounding countryside and the sea.

The kitchen is fully equipped and has a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, induction hob, and Neff oven. A separate utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer and microwave.

The lounge has a smart wide TV with a leather corner suite, nest of tables and Oak dining table and chairs.

There is a ground floor bedroom with a single bed and washroom/toilet.

Upstairs has a twin beded bedroom and double bedroom with bathroom with bath and over shower.

The cottage is centrally heated throughout and has wifi.

The location

There are plenty of walks nearby as the Wales Coastal Path adjoins the headland which overlooks Ynys Enlli ('Bardsey Island'). Boat trips to Bardsey Island can be arranged. As legend has it, Bardsey Island is a buriel ground for 20,000 saints. Three crossings to Bardsey is equivalent to one trip to Rome. Many have done so as part of a pilgrimage.

Aberdaron beach is 2 miles away with its shops for your necessities, thatched roof bakery, cafes and takeaways. Both Ship Hotel and the Ty Newydd Hotel also serve food. Pothor ('Whistling Sands'), Porth Iago, and Porth Neigwl ('Hells Mouth') beaches are nearby to name but a few. Porthdinllaen in Morfa Nefyn (12 miles away) which is very popular and has a quaint pub, Tŷ Coch, on the beach and golff course nearby.

Our area

Pwllheli, the main town of the Llŷn Peninsula, is 18 miles away. Most supermarkets are at Pwllheli. A market is held in the heart of the town every Wednesday.

Abersoch (12 miles) with its designer shops and bars is also a must to visit. Along with Portmeirion, a model Italian village near Porthmadog (32 miles) and Snowdonia.

If a relaxing break in an outstanding area is what you're after, Tŷ Mawr is the place for you.


Tŷ Mawr

Holiday Cottage at:

Gwynedd LL53 8BY

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  • Mrs Carol Jones
  • Uwchmynydd
    Gwynedd LL53 8BY
  • Listed since February 2022
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