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  • Derlwyn

  • Aberdaron
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Derlwyn is a stylish Llyn Peninsula holiday house located close to Aberdaron. This property is in an idyllic location, ideal for exploring - close to lovely beaches including Whistling Sands.

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Cottage was fantastic, had everything you could wish for.

Barbara Lambert - 24th September 2018
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Property Description
Llyn Peninsula holiday house near Aberdaron - Derlwyn is a spacious pristine house set in a mature well tended garden.
  • Stylish with a modern twist there is care and attention to every detail in this immaculate property.
  • Relax in the snug by the wood burning stove and sink into the comfy sofas or enjoy the views from the conservatory beyond.
  • Equally comfortable the main sitting room which has a large bay window and seating from which to enjoy the views of the rolling hillsides and fields.
  • There is a lovely ground floor bedroom with French empire style kingsize bed and again a large bay window to enjoy the views and a large family bathroom also on the ground floor.
  • Two more stylish bedrooms are situated on the first floor - the main kingsize with en-suite shower room and a comfortable twin bedroom.
  • Prepare meals in the well-equipped kitchen/dining room with range cooker and stylish accessories. Sparkling clean and furnished to the highest standards for your comfort and enjoyments with artistic touches giving the house charm and character.
  • Surrounded by a well-tended sheltered garden with large lawn at the back with mature shrubs giving colour throughout the seasons.
  • Perfect for morning coffee is the balcony decking at the front, step out from the conservatory here and plan your day. At the back is a large oak dining table for convivial family gatherings - enjoy a glass of wine as the 'chef' barbecues and the light fades of a summer's evening.
  • This is a perfect spot from which to explore this remote, timeless tip of the Llyn Peninsula. Gather friends or family together to experience life ' far from the madding crowd'.

3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Kingsize bedroom on ground floor, Kingsize bedroom with ensuite shower room and Twin bedroom on 1st floor.

Towels provided.

Bathroom full suite with shower over bath ground floor.

Kitchen/Dining room with white units Rangemaster cooker with 2 electric ovens and grill and 5 gas ringed hob,, microwave, dishwasher, fridge. Large dining table seating 6.

Utility Room with washing machine, fridge/freezer, extra units and sink.

Snug with wood burning stove, large gingham blue and white couch seating 4 plus matching chair, tables and lamps, lovey pictures. tv with BT View, Netflix plus X Box, dvd and ample supply of dvds.

Conservatory 1 step down from snug, semi circular conservatory with 2 pale grey wicker chairs and matching coffee table and extra armchair.

Lounge with large bay window and window seat, gold coloured 2 seater couch with matching armchair and footstool, large tv/dvd small table and lamp.

Grounds Fully enclosed with large lawn at the back with large oak dining table, all surrounded by shrubs and trees. Balcony decking at the front also with garden furniture and sloping lawn, barbecue.

Additional Information

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - for up to 3 cars in the grounds, Gate to open.

Fuel - central heating inclusive May - September. Unlimited supply of logs.

Dogs - Sorry no pets

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area
  • Children will cheer as the sea comes into view descending into this lovely village fringed by its sandy beach, shop and hotel. There are 2 excellent hotels restaurants at Ty Newydd and The Ship, stylish fish and chip restaurant Sblash plus the oldest hostelry Y Gegin Fawr (The Big Kitchen) an ancient Medieval building which was used by pilgrims for sustenance before their sea crossing to Bardsey Island. A sense of history pervades this ancient village learn more in the National Trust visitors centre, Porth y Swnt in the car park. In good weather take a boat trip to Bardsey as this is a bird watchers paradise. Uwchmynydd (NT) a hillside just above the village is a heather covered upland from which to see the island and back along the peninsula to Snowdonia with its mighty mountains.
  • Not only is there the beach at Aberdaron but nearby is the lovely bay of Whistling Sands where the sands really do whistle children will be delighted to find!
Morfa Nefyn
  • Travel along the northern arm of the peninsula to the twin villages of Morfa Nefyn and Nefyn both with wide sweeping sandy bays, colourful beach huts in Nefyn and Porthdinllaen Harbour (NT) a short walk across the sands from Morfa Nefyn where stands the famous Ty Coch pub voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the World!
Plas yn Rhiw (NT)
  • The National Trust is a major landowner hereabouts and one of its oldest properties is this sweet little Georgian manor house, surrounded by box hedges and a variety of interesting shrubs and woodlands to explore.Enjoy a hot chocolate in their cafe and have time to absorb the stunning views of the dramatic bay of Hell's Mouth and many bays beyond. On clear days Stumble Head can be seen faintly in the distance.

Plas Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery
  • This is the oldest art gallery in Wales set in a Gothic mansion it makes a perfect backdrop for displaying Wales's best artists of painting, sculpture and ceramics. Surrounded by beautiful lawns and woodland walks it has a conservatory restaurant with excellent food eat out on the lawns in fine weather. An amphi theatre has been constructed in the grounds and is used in Summer for plays, concerts and films a lovely setting for a magical evening.
Food in Aberdaron
  • Two excellent hotels in Aberdaon highly recommended are The Ship and The Ty Newydd has a lovely balcony overlooking the beach with views of two pretty little islands known as the Isles of the of the Gulls. Both are renowned for their seafood of prize winning locally caught crabs and lobsters. Stock up in the local SPAR which has a meat counter and fresh fruit and vegetables. Buy at the little thatched roofed Becws Islyn Bakery for bread and cakes and enjoy morning coffee or afternoon tea here.
Llyn Coast Path
  • Walk the Llyn Coastal Path and spot a vast variety of sea birds. Look out for the Chough with its distinctive red beak and legs which is the emblem of the Llyn. Designated An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this is a unique and special part of Wales.
Nefyn Golf Club
  • The stunning coastal location overlooking Nefyn Bay is a 27 hole championship course with 9 holes in each of 3 loops. Visitors are warmly welcomed. There is a well stocked Pro shop too.

Plas Heli, Pwllheli
  • The Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events centre with fabulous coastal views is open to the public. Enjoy tasty meals, afternoon teas or drinks in the cafe, restaurant or bar while watching folk messing about in boats.
  • Do spend a day in the elegant seaside town of Criccieth with sandy beaches, lifeboat station, shops, cafes, restaurants and a magnificent hilltop castle.
Family Fun
  • Enjoy gentle days out at Dwyfor Farm cuddling furry animals, thrilling Ribride's around the coast from Menai Bridge and exhilarating adventure activities at Galsfryn Parc. Try fishing, archery, shooting, ten pin bowling, watersports and more.
Days Away
  • Visit Snowdonia National Park for stunning coastal and mountain scenery, beautiful beaches, steam train rides, Snowdon Mountain Railway, fascinating industrial heritage, thrilling adventure activities including Surf Snowdonia and Zip World, mighty castles and more.
  • Ancient Caernarfon town with its mighty castle, Victoria Dock, marina and Galeri Caernarfon offer a fascinating day exploring impressive ruins, shopping, eating and entertainment.

This stylish house on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula is a great choice for holidays at any time of year.

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