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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
The apartment is a duplex apartment, having open plan lounge and kitchen area to the ground floor and 2 en suite double bedrooms to the lower ground floor level, the apartment has sole use of the lawn area directly in front of the apartment.
From the lounge area there are magnificent views, to the East, there is the coast of Cardigan Bay to Harlech, Barmouth and beyond and to the West, Llanbedrog headland, Abersoch and St Tudwal's islands.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||In front of apartment 30 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester airport 190 km, Nearest railway: Pwllheli 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The ground floor of the apartment comprises a large, open plan kitchen and lounge area.
The kitchen area is fully equipped with oven, hob, extractor hood, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dining table and chairs.
From the kitchen, there is access to the rear communal area and to the designated parking at the rear of the property, each apartment having 1 parking space (there is also unlimited parking to the front of the property on West End Parade).
The lounge area is minimalist in style, having seating for six, occasional furniture, large LCD television with Freesat channels, dvd player and ipod docking station. Also in the apartment is an astronomical telescope and powerful binoculars. FREE WI - FI throughout the apartment.
The bay window area gives superb sea views with a constantly changing vista. Even on a bad day there is plenty to see.
From the lounge area, there are stairs giving access to the lower ground floor level, under stairs storage and the bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 is to the front of the property, this is a large room with double bed, wardrobe fitment and occasional furniture, there are French doors onto a small paved area and up to the lawn area. There is an en suite bathroom having full bath, with shower over, toilet and washbasin.
Bedroom 2 has a double bed, fitted wardrobes, en suite bathroom having shower, toilet and washbasin.
Both bedrooms are notably quiet at night and from bedroom 1 (to the front of the property) you may hear the soothing sound of the sea!
There are also 2 folding beds suitable for children/young teenagers so the apartment has flexible sleeping arrangements, sleeping a maximum of 4 adults and 2 children.
|Further details outdoors|
To the rear of the property there is 1 designated parking space for either a car or small boat.
There is a small garden area to the front of the apartment and garden loungers are available in the apartment.
To the front of the property there is unlimited parking.
West End Parade is a 'cul de sac' , there is no vehicular 'through' traffic other than people on foot or cycle. Put LL53 5PN into Google maps for location, West End Parade is now on Google Street View, zoom to the Royal Mail van, this is parked outside, then just use the rotate button and take in that view!
During all school holidays, booking are Saturday/Saturday only, with a minimum rental of 1 week.
For short term breaks outside these periods, please enquire for details.
Please note, we do not presently provide towels or bed linens, there are however, plenty of pillows and quilts (both winter and summer weights).
The Gwynedd region
Imagine a land, with almost 100 miles of spectacular coastline, bounded in the east by stunning mountains and to the west by a magical, mystical island, a land of superb beaches, tiny coves, cliffs, coastal villages and ancient monuments.
Add in to the mix superb watersports, great golfing and fantastic walking and you have the Lleyn Peninsula, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which stretches out into the Irish Sea from the Northwest of Wales.
The LLeyn Peninsula is the part of North Wales that is bounded by Caernarfon in the North, Porthmadog in the South and Bardsey Island to the West (a Bardsey trip is well worth the effort telephone Colin on 07817 944063, about £20).
The peninsula is approximately 35 miles in length by about 8 miles wide, with much of the coastline being designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Secret coves, long sandy beaches, hidden valleys, mountains and Snowdonia close by. If you get the chance, head for Uchmynydd on a fine evening for the spectacular sunset – don't forget your camera.
Pwllheli is the market town of the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula, lying on the Southern side of the peninsula at the Northern end of Cardigan Bay and benefitting from the effects of the Gulf Stream. Pwllheli boasts an array of shops, weekly market and an internationally renowned marina.
Pwllheli has 2 beaches, West End beach is directly to the front of the apartment and stretches from Gimlet Rock (about half mile to the east of the apartment), and past the golf course towards Llanbedrog headland. Glan y Don beach stretches from the harbour for a couple of miles towards Hafan y Mor Holiday Park. Pwllheli is a good base for exploring the peninsula:
Within 15 minutes you can get to Criccieth for the castle and Cadwalladers ice cream, also Abersoch for the 'buzz' and Llanbedrog – great walk around the headland to the Tin Man then down to the bistro on the beach and then up to the Art gallery.
Within 30 minutes you can get to Aberdaron and try a trip to Bardsey or across to Porth Dinllaen for everybody's favourite walk around the golf links, past the lifeboat station and to the 'pub on the beach' - the Ty Coch. Also Porthmadog for the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog railways.
Within about 45 minutes you could be in Caernarfon or up in Snowdonia.
For golfers, Pwllheli golf course is a few minutes walk from the apartment, with further golf courses at nearby Abersoch and Porth Dinllaen (with stunning views).
For walkers the Lleyn Coastal Path passes to the front of the apartment, this path is 146 km or 84 miles long, extending from Caernarfon along the north Lleyn coast to Uwchmynydd and then along the southern coast to Porthmadog. The area also has many other fine walks with spectacular views, please contact the owner for details.
For watersports, surfing is available at Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth), Porth Oer (Whistling Sands) and Porth Ceiriad with surfing and wakeboarding lessons available from Abersoch (about 6 miles). The whole area is great for sailing. For sea fishing please contact the owner for details.
Prospective guests should note that, in common with many coastal areas, the winter storms of late 2013/early 2014, combined with extremely high Spring tides have left their mark on the coastline. The dunes directly in front of the property have been 'cut back' by about 3 metres and works carried out in the early 1980's to encourage dune growth have been exposed by the storms. An estimated 1 metre of sand has disappeared from the beach. Guests familiar with Abersoch should note that many of the beach huts have been damaged beyond repair.
However, one result of the storms is a huge number of scallops being washed ashore and each day sees many people filling bags with these expensive delicacies!
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6 Aug 2012
"A real 'home from home' with a great view!"
The apartment is really clean, nicely decorated and well equipped with everything you could need. Both bedrooms are en-suite with good showers and lots of wardrobe space. Having WiFi is also a tremendous boon. The view from the front window is exactly as the photo shows and the Prom in front is very quiet. The location is great for exploring the wider area, whether it's for beaches, walking or mountains, but if strolling along the beach is just the job that's good too! All in all, the apartment is a great place to be comfortable whilst enjoying your holiday!
20 Apr 2012
"perfect location with a view to die for"
This is a value for money two double bedroomed appartment with a view to die for. It is in a quiet no through road overlooking the beach with easy parking. The accomodation has two double bedrooms with two ensuits. The bedrooms are downstairs so were really quiet at night. It had everything one would want from a holiday appartment. If you are into walking/running within 100 meters of the flat you are on a beach path perfect for the morning jog. The golf club is local and the indoor swimming pool and leisure centre at the back of the flat. Those in Wales for the sailing can watch the races from the front window and it is a short cycle to the club. We will definately be back.
19 Aug 2011
"Wonderful seaside apartment in a lovely area"
We had a brilliant stay, the apartment is in a great location, towards the end of a quite no-through road (only sand dunes at the end of the road) and a quiet beach with a few people fishing or walking. There are 2 floors - bedrooms both have en suite and are based downstairs, and the open plan kitchen/dining room/lounge above the bedrooms. There is a nice big bay window with a view of the sea. The whole apartment seems new and modern with all the mod cons needed for cooking. We thought that being in an apartment with others around might have some noise but it's very quiet. There is a local shop and beach cafe, and the town of Pwllheli is about a 10 minute stroll. The beach here is nice and clean, and also very quiet and it's in a bay so the sea is very calm. The area itself is a great location for driving a short distance to numerous hidden-away beaches and coastal walks. We had a fantastic time and will be visting again next year.
9 Aug 2011
We had the best week. The weather was hot and sunny. We went swimming in the sea every day. Loved the telescope in the lounge. The shops were very handy. No need to use the car. Apartment clean and mostly comfortable. The bed in the back room wasn't very comfortable. Beware of the roasting hot towel rail right next to the toilet. Don't burn your bum. Friendly neighbours. Handy deck chairs. Many thanks.