Dinas Dinlle Beach, Farmhouse
from £85 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £85 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Farmhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Farmhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Dinas Dinlle is famous for its big skies, amazing sunsets, stunning scenery and clean, safe beaches. It is situated next to the RSPB Nature Reserve and is the start of the Lleyn Peninsular Coastal Path. To the north of Dinas Dinlle, the coastal footpath leads you to the 18th century Fort Belan. It takes you through the sand dunes which is an area of special scientific interest (SSSI) with an abundance of flora and wildlife and part of 'Y Foryd' nature reserve, home to numerous birds. Large flocks of over 5,000 widgeon can be seen in the saltmarsh to the south of the bay, along with a number of shell ducks, oyster catchers, curlews and lapwing, and other species in smaller numbers such as the ringed plover, golden plover, little egret, redshank and greenshank.
The Beach House Located next to the award winning blue flag beach, the farmhouse has an open plan design allowing plenty of room to relax around the fire or dine around the large beech wood dining table. New for 2015, a large sun room with views towards snowdonia. Visitors can enjoy preparing meals in the spacious and fully equipped kitchen with dual fuel cooking range (gas and electric). The property also benefits from underfloor heating.
There are 3 bedrooms at the property. The master bedroom benefits from a kingsize sleigh bed and large ensuite bathroom. There is also a double room both allow visitors to wake up with views across the spectacular Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey and the Lleyn peninsular. The third bedroom has two single beds.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Dinas Dinlle 100 m|
|Will consider||House swap|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Caernarfon Pleasure Flights 400 m, Nearest railway: Bangor/Pwhelli 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|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||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 20|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
A travel cot is available for your use if required. Please note that Cot Bedding is not provided.
There are also safety gates, high chair and a fire guard if required.
Large gas bbq
|Further details outdoors|
From the garden and sun room there are excellent views of Mount Snowdon itself. On a clear day it is possible to see the trains ascending the mountain railway on their way to the summit. The garden is spacious, surrounded by granite walls and gated from the driveway so is ideal for toddlers and allows parents to relax as their children play in a safe environment.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard with 4 small adjoining holiday cottages. There is also a private, lockable laundry room equipped with a washing machine and dryer which can also be used to securely store bikes, body boards or anything else you may want to keep secure.
There is a private parking area at the top of the driveway, located on the opposite side of the road and situated next to to the coastal path that can be used.
Access is not permitted to the 2nd floor loft storage area as there are some steep steps which could be a hazard.
Please contact me for Short Break Bookings.
Short Breaks run from Friday - Sunday or Monday to Friday.
The Gwynedd region
The sought after award winning blue flag beach situated 150 metres away makes it an ideal place for swimming, wind surfing, canoeing and fishing.
Situated in a rural, seaside hamlet with views towards Snowdonia to the East, Y Eifl Mountain Range to the West with distant sea views of Angelsey and Southstack to the North.
A short walk along the coastal path will lead you to the village where you will find a shop where you can buy basics, an indian restaurant, fish & chip shops and a cafe. There is also a childrens playground and toilet facilities.
To the west of the property is the seemingly endless pebble and sand blue flag beach which is popular with watersports enthusiasts and holidaymakers alike. Swimming, wind-surfing, bodyboarding, kayaking and sailing can all be practised here in seas of high water quality.
Sea anglers can also try their luck on what is commonly thought of as the best bass surf beach in Wales. Low water allows fishermen to dig lugworms in the sand opposite the village or rummage for peeler crabs in the estuary close to the Menai Straits and only a short car journey away.
The nearby estuarine nature reserve at Y Foryd is a birdwatchers paradise and makes this stretch of coastline particularly attractive. Visitors can either walk to bird hides where they can spot protected species such as Little Egrets, Greenshanks, Lapwings and Golden Plovers or travel the short car journey along the estuary to Caernarfon Castle itself.
There is also a site of Special Scientific Interest less than 880m down the coast boasting fantastic sand dunes, flora and wildlife.
Take a walk a mile in the other direction towards Dinas Dinlle where you will find the Iron Age Fort which is now owned and maintained by the National Trust.
In less than a 15 minute drive you will find yourself in the Snowdonia National Park at Nantelle which is approximately 7 miles away. Here you will find the famous Nantelle Ridge with spectacular walks and stunning views.
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6 Jun 2014
We were a party of 5 adults and one teenager and stayed the week commencing Sat 24 May. We had a lovely time The house was perfect size for our party with a very well appointed kitchen and a big t… More
24 Mar 2014
"Happy to be staying here again"
My wife and I plus a couple of other family members have just returned from a second visit to the beach house. It felt like returning home. The house is spacious, well appointed and so relaxing. We we… More
23 Sep 2013
"If we lived in the UK we would try to buy the house"
The Beach House became home immediately, charming. It is a great family house, but the two of us loved the escape. The location is wonderful to tour North Wales. The house has lovely views of the mou… More
20 Aug 2013
"An excellent holiday cottage,beautiful area,peaceful and relaxing"
The booking was easily arranged and everything was as advertised.The house is very large and spacious, ideal for relaxing and each enjoying reading or T.V./music without disturbing the others pleasure… More
16 Aug 2013
"Amazing property would return tomorrow"
After looking at plenty of holiday rentals we chose to stay at the Beach House and how happy I am that we did. From the moment we pulled on the drive we were in love!!!! We took our daughter and god… More
13 Aug 2013
"Idyllic, relaxing and excellent location"
We stayed for a week and the house is just beautiful and makes you feel like you're in the movies! It's location is literally a stone throw from the beach and its not crowded and we were oft… More
11 Aug 2013
You would think that with a name like The Beach House, the one thing you could guarantee being able to see would be the beach....wrong! Far from the expected "stunning views" from this prope… More
11 Aug 2013
"Expensive, and a bit disappointing"
We were really looking forward to staying at The Beach House - we were relishing the fact that we would be staying within such close proximity of a blue flag beach.However, the cottage itself was a bi… More
18 Oct 2012
"Surrounded by amazing scenery and coastline"
A fantastic location in an undiscovered part of Wales. Make the most of the amazing beach just across the road from the house. It is clean, full of interest, practically deserted and most importantly so close you can pop back for a cup of tea. Ice-creams available from the travelling ice-cream van or your own freezer :) Our two children (five and seven) rode their bikes, painted stones, played in the waves (not as cold as feared) and enjoyed the sand. Fantastic.
Just remember to pack your windbreak and woolly hats: the North Wales wind blows away all your cobwebs. Day after day after day......
27 Sep 2012
"Clean, comfortable and cosy cottage in a great location next to the beach."
Spent a week at this lovely cottage. It was clean, comfortable and well equipped. The beds were very comfortable and the underfloor heating worked a treat. The WIFI connection was an added bonus. The location was perfect with sea and mountain views and stunning evening sunsets. The beach was less than a minute walk away and it was clean, safe and shallow, great for the children. There is loads to do in the area. We visited Caernarfon Castle, Gypsy Wood Park, the Welsh Highland railway and Plas Newydd. We also went to Abersoch for the day and down to hells mouth. All in all, had a great time and will definately be back again.