Bungalow | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Contemporary (less able/disabled friendly) beach house located directly on Tywyn sea front in a quiet location. Tywyn's blue flag beach, perfect for walks or just family fun on the beach. Enjoy the idyllic sunset in fantastic accommodation.

This is a large southwest facing beach front detached bungalow that sleeps up to 8 people in 2 king and 2 twin bedrooms all en suite with additional family bathroom. It enjoys panoramic views over Cardigan Bay and views towards Bardsey Island & the Lleyn Peninsula on a fine day! The property has been extensively refurbished to a very high standard with every modern convenience. A hot tub in the garden is available for use between Easter and October half term.

Tywyn is ideally located with easy access to lots of tourist attractions and nearby villages. There is parking for up to 4 cars.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Opposite garden 20 m
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 300 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Manchester 130 km, Nearest railway: Tywyn 900 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites
Furniture Single beds (4), Dining seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Wheelchair users, Secure parking
Further details indoors

Our holiday beach house has extensive ground floor facilities (suits extended families with less agile members), consisting of:

Large lounge with feature fireplace, 55" flat screen smart tv with dvd player and DTV recorder, Dark brown leather suite with recliner/riser chair and electric reclining sofa seats.

A conservatory bay with comfortable seating and panoramic sea views, where lucky guests may spot our dolphin visitors.

A large well equipped kitchen/diner with seating for 8, with patio doors to terrace and large picture window.

both with extensive sea views. American style fridge freezer with water/ice on tap. Dishwasher, wine cooler, microwave, double oven and Induction hob if you wish to cater for yourselves..

Utility room with washing and drying and ironing facilities.

Three large ground floor bedrooms all with en-suite shower rooms, with a further luxury family bathroom.

On the first floor there is a master suite which has a luxury bathroom and separate shower. Stunning sea views and velux windows to star gaze from your bed at night

Further details outdoors

The garden has a very spacious lawn overlooking the sea. In a sheltered corner there is a hot tub which is available for guest use between Easter and October, with mood setting led lights and the sky for your ceiling. The garden also features a purpose built-in BBQ area.

The sandy beaches are all but a few yards away.

There is a convenience store a couple of minutes walk.

The local town centre is 1/2 mile away which has the usual facilities of a small town. There is also a cinema which is quite an experience!

Further details

Smoking is not allowed at all in the property. A single dog may be considered for an additional charge of £25, however they are not allowed in any bedrooms.

A deposit of 25% (£100 minimum) is required at the time of booking with the balance due 6 weeks prior to the holiday.

A refundable breakages deposit of £250 is also payable six weeks prior to your holiday and is refunded at the end of your holiday subject to satisfactory inspection.

The North Wales region

Situated in the quaint welsh seaside village of Tywyn close to Aberdovey, Bryn Crug, Abergynolwyn, Machynlleth and within easy reach of Barmouth and Aberystwyth.

North Wales has something to offer for everyone's taste.

There are plenty of places to visit, including castles, gardens, museums and family parks.

Tywyn

The Tywyn area

Tywyn has a sunny west facing 'Blue Flag' sandy beach. Don't miss the spectacular sunsets over the bay. From early Spring through till Autumn, dolphins and porpoise can be spotted close to the shore, an amazing site to see! Its not unusually to see them on a daily basis in schools of up to 20. Tywyn is possibly the only place on the West Coast where you can park for FREE virtually right on the beach.

There is level access to the town where there are supermarkets, shops, cafes, banks, a post office, cinema, health centre, hospital, several churches, leisure centre and an indoor swimming pool. Just 5 minutes drive is the harbour village of Aberdovey, with the famous Aberdovey Golf Course plus several good restaurants & pubs.

For water sport enthusiasts and visitors with families, there are uncrowded, sweeping, sandy beaches in Tywyn or Aberdovey (just a few minutes away) . Depending on the conditions, Tywyn is a focal point for surfers & kayakers. Aberdovey is a well known wind surfing & sailing centre. Jet skiers are tolerated in both resorts!! Fishing trips can be arranged in Tywyn & Aberdovey all year round.

This area is full of history dating back to pre historic times. Just get slightly of the beaten track on the dozens of public footpaths and you will come across, standing stones, stone circles, abandoned farmhouses, castles & ancient churches.

Places within a just few miles NOT TO BE MISSED:

Aberdovey, lovely old fishing village, GOLF & SAILING haven, with many good restaurants, pubs & coffee shops.

St Cadvans Church in Tywyn dating back 1500 years with the Cadvan Stones, which are apparently the oldest known inscriptions of the Welsh language.

Dolgoch Falls, spectacular waterfalls and woodland walk, look out for fairies and witches!

Cregennan Lake near Arthog, stunning location, with views of the Mawddach Estuary.

The Barmouth Bridge, built by Brunel. You must walk over it and enjoy the Mawddach, then explore Barmouth, with excellent beaches and the harbour. There are good shops, numerous coffee shops & pubs. The Last Inn & Davey Jones Locker are particularly good.

Cader Idris & Llyn Cau, most walkers agree is more scenic than Snowdon.

The Bearded Lake above Aberdovey. Mystical place of legends, with amazing view of the Dovey Estuary.

The Dysynni River & reed beds. A wild life haven for, geese, ducks and herons. Fishing with a permit.

Bird Rock. 500 years ago the sea came up to the rock, but the Cormorant still breed here. Also, look out for the ruined Iron Age fort near the top of the rock.

Tal-y-llyn Lake, just beautiful!