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An idyllic Welsh cottage, your ideal base to explore the Llyn Peninsula

Cottage | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car essential

Ty Canol is an exquisite detached period former farmhouse lying in a magnificent rural setting with superb far reaching views over the surrounding countryside with Aberdaron Bay, Gull Islands and Bardsey Island in the background. The property provides four bedrooms to the first floor and an open plan lounge, dining room and fitted kitchen to the ground floor, including a bathroom

The cottage has been thoughtfully renovated and furnished to a high standard however keeping many of the original features.

Situated within the little hamlet of Rhiw in a rural location, it is an ideal romantic and cosy retreat for couples and families looking for a perfect getaway break or for the walking/cycling/climbing enthusiast. From the garden you can enjoy spectacular and unforgettable panoramic views of the sea towards Aberdaron Bay, Gull Islands and Bardsey Island.

Rhiw is perfectly located to explore the Llyn Peninsular, an area of Outsanding Natural Beauty. It is also within easy distance of a number of shopping towns such as Caernarfon, Porthmadog and Pwllheli.

The cottage is a traditional Welsh Farm House in style. On entry there is a spacious family open plan room which has a fully fitted modern kitchen area and a comfortable sitting/lounge area as well as a dining area. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, one with a double bed, the other three with single beds. One of the single bedrooms can accomodate an extra Foldaway bed (an Air bed is available, suitable for children). The modern white bathroom has a shower, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, and plenty of storage space.

Families with children of all ages are most welcome as we have a fantastic enclosed garden area around the cottage, providing a safe area to explore . The cottage is surrounded by fields which provides further options to explore. The cottage is also ideal for couples providing a very private and secluded "away from it all" environment to chill and recharge your batteries. For further details regarding suitability of the cottage for your needs please e mail or telephone.

The cottage is very well equipped, including full cooker, fridge, washer, sky TV, iPod docking station and Broadband.

Towels and bed linen is provided. In addition to the wood-burner, the cottage is heated by Electric Storage Heaters.

A variety of books, dvd's and games are also provided.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach There are over 10 beaches within 15 mins from the
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 4 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Manchester, Nearest railway: Pwllheli
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (3), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking

The North Wales region

Croeso (a warm Welsh welcome) to the Llyn Peninsula, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Llyn retains a unique Welsh charm and character that is still as strong as ever. The peninsula also enjoys a unique micro climate, benefiting from the gulf stream, bringing warmer sea temperatures and weather.

The Llyn Peninsula lies on the north-west corner of Wales, dividing Cardigan Bay (to the south) and Caernarfon Bay (to the north). Being three sides surrounded by the sea, you are never short of a sheltered beach and the climate is relatively mild with few or no frost in the winter. To the east are the mountains of Snowdonia, the highest mountain range in the UK south of the Scottish Highlands.

The peninsula stretches out around 30 miles into the Irish Sea and is only around 8 miles wide for much of it's length. Being west of the Welsh mountains and in the Gulf Stream, Llyn enjoys a mild, drier climate than that of the rest of Wales. During the winter there are few or no frosts, but the snow on the mountains in the distance is a beautiful sight.

Around the peninsula's nearly 100 miles of coastline, there are sweeping bays, small coves and rocky cliffs as well as islands, reefs (like Sarn Badrig in northern Cardigan Bay) and impressive headlands. Inland, the rolling countryside, hills and small communities all have a story to tell - and there are people all around ready to tell them.

The peninsula has it's own range of hills, the most prominent of which is in the north east, where the sharp peaks of Yr Eifl form the highest point on the peninsula at 564 metres high and even more sharply slope down into the waters of Caernarfon Bay below. The former miners village of Nant Gwrtheyrn is set amongst this sort of backdrop and is now the National Language and Heritage Centre for Wales. Here, people with absolutely no Welsh at all can learn and those that already know a bit can brush up on their skills.

Pwllheli is the main town for the peninsula, with it's bustling weekly market it is the centre of the community here on Llyn. Other main settlements include Aberdaron, Abersoch, Criccieth, Nefyn and Porthmadog.

Abersoch

Y Rhiw is a hilltop community overlooking the tip of the peninsula, with Cardigan Bay to the south and Caernarfon Bay to the north, on a clear day views extend as far as the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.

Y Rhiw (just Rhiw as it is known by most) offers plenty of excellent walking across the hill on which it stands - Mynydd Rhiw. The summit is characterised by it's mast and in the late summer, it's carpet of colourful heather. This close knit community is around 3 miles from Aberdaron and nearly 12 miles from Pwllheli.

On the southern slopes of the hill is Plas-yn-Rhiw, now a National Trust property. This small manor house overlooks Porth Neigwl and has an interesting past, which can be explored inside the building and perhaps followed by a picnic in it's wonderful gardens.

The local area provides a whole host of different activities for those who are on holiday and for those who are not!

Adventurous Activities

Boat Rides

Cycling

Fun Activities

Golf

Walking

Watersports

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