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Trewern Aberdaron, Llyn Peninsula.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 0 Dogs
  • Reference 1543
Why we recommend Trewern...

Aberdaron hoilday cottage, Llyn Peninsula, just a 5-minute walk to beach and village with shops, restaurants. Perfect for family holidays with a pushchair, bikes and wetsuits provided. Also ideal for couples to explore Pilgrims Way and enjoy the beautiful local nature and wildlife.

About Trewern
A family friendly modern bright property, all on one level set on the hillside within the lovely remote little village of Aberdaron: a get away from it all destination. Just a short stroll, from the beach, shops and restaurants.

  • This is a delightful property, perfect for families - no need to bring pushchairs - a  Maclaren pushchair is provided.  There are four bikes for guests to use (sized for ages 8-16) and a variety of wetsuits (2-14 years).
  • Cosy and comfortable with wood burning stove in the L shaped living/dining area. Browse along the bookshelves and snuggle down in front of the fire, choose from the extensive choice of DVDs and admire water colours painted by the owner's Mother. 
  • Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen and relax in the conservatory at the back. The large lawn at the rear is ideal for children to play - well fenced so no wandering into the wild highly protected conservation area. 
  • Listen to the birdsong that permeates from here and use the binoculars provided to watch cormorants, sea eagles and herons. Relax on the patio areas, perfect suntraps and barbecue after a day's exploring.
  • Two delightful bedrooms -  the main with stylish king size en-suite and the second a family room with a double bed and 3ft. bunk beds.
About The Area
Aberdaron 
  • Stroll down to the village where there is a lovely sandy beach with stunning views of the two small islands known as the  'Isle of Gulls'. A perfect spot to relax and for children to build sandcastles and potter about. 
  • The large balcony of the Ty Newydd Hotel overlooks the beach - contemplate the views while eating renowned locally caught crab and lobster. 
  • Enjoy the culinary skills of the cook at the Ship Hotel or have morning coffee at 'Y Gegin Fawr' (the big kitchen) a medieval hostelry or fish and chips at the smart new chippie. 
  • Buy locally at the small SPAR which supplies local meat and fresh fruit and vegetables, buy bread and cakes at the thatched roof bakery. 
  • Visit the National Trust visitors centre next to the beach and learn the history of this unique area.
Beaches
  • Whistling Sands(NT) only a couple of miles up the coast a delightful bay where children will delight in the fact that the sands really do whistle! 
  • Find your perfect cove when walking the Coastal Path, Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn beaches are an easy drive.
  • Walk down to the smugglers cove at Porthdinllaen and enjoy a drink at the water's edge at the famous Ty Coch Inn voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the World! 
  • Visit Abersoch with wide sandy beaches excellent shops and lively restaurants and ever popular Llanbedrog Beach(NT) with candy coloured beach huts. 
  • Wander up from here to Plas Glyn y Weddw Wales's oldest art gallery with its conservatory tea rooms - eat out on the lawns on fine days or wander in the woodlands. The amphitheatre in the grounds shows films and plays during the Summer season. 

Pilgrims Way
 
  • Older guests may enjoy following the footsteps of Medieval pilgrims who made their way to Aberdaron and onto their destination of Bardsey Island. Dotted along the way are many small churches. 
  • Llangwnadl look out for the turning to Porth Colmon, this is a delightful early Tudor church set in a small wooded gully I stopped here on a perfect May morning and was enchanted by the graveyard bursting with Spring flowers, trees just coming into leaf and a riot pf birdsong - pure bliss! 
  • Northward along the Peninsula is the tiny church of Pistyll 3 miles north of Nefyn this 12th Century church open in the Summer its floors strewn with straw and walls adorned with medical herbs as in the times of pilgrimage. 
  • If driving up towards Caernarfon the imposing large church at Clynnog Fawr is worth visiting also this was the main assembly point for pilgrims for the last stretch of their journey. 
  • In Aberdaron itself the church stands precariously on the cliff edge a special spot notice the Norman archway at its entrance all that remains of the original church.
Bardsey Island Enjoy a sea trip across and view the historic ruins of the 13th Century Abbey and 18th Century lighthouse.The abundance of bird life flora and fauna.

Plas yn Rhiw (NT) A small manor house 3 miles south of the village with impressive views across Cardigan Bay even down to Strumble Head in good weather. The restored gardens with old English roses,herbaceous borders bursting with colour.

This is a perfect house for families and friends who wish to get away from the madding crowd to enjoy and explore this unique area.
Property Layout
2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 plus travel cot. Master bedroom with king size bed en-suite shower room, family bedroom with double bed and 3ft bunk beds. Both rooms with built-in wardrobes.
Bathroom with bath and large overhead shower, toilet and washbasin.
Kitchen fully fitted with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, high chair, blue tooth speaker.
Dining area
with table and chairs seating 6, plus small easy chair. 
Lounge area with log burner, 3 piece suite in sea green material matching foot rest and armchair plus extra armchair, coffee table, shelving with ample supply of books and DVDs. TV/DVD, games, lots of interesting pictures an attractive room with sea view 
Conservatory overlooking large lawn and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty conservation area with a wicker couch and 2 matching chairs, coffee table, DAB radio and 2 children's binoculars.
Porch with washing machine, tumble drier and extra fridge with ice box.
Underfloor state of the art instant heating system, log burner with initial supply of logs. 
Grounds fully enclosed with gate at front.  Large lawn at the back with apple trees, 2 patio and decking areas with dining table and chairs seating 6, sun loungers, webber barbecue. Smaller lawn at the front with mature colourful shrubs. Shared driveway with neighbouring property.
Shed contains Mclaren buggy, a large number of wetsuits ranging in size for ages 2 -14 yrs. 4 bikes, lawn games - badminton net and table tennis. All for guests to use.

Additional information

Short breaks -  yes, in winter months
WiFi -  yes, high speed
Mobile signal -  yes for Vodaphone, EE & Three - patchy for O2.
Parking -  yes, for several cars 
High chair -  yes
Cot -  yes
Fuel -  Heating inclusive May - September, £20 per week outside of these dates. Initial supply of logs provided.
Towels -  yes (please bring your own beach towels)
Pets - not accepted
Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

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Property Layout
2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 plus travel cot. Master bedroom with king size bed en-suite shower room, family bedroom with double bed and 3ft bunk beds. Both rooms with built-in wardrobes.
Bathroom with bath and large overhead shower, toilet and washbasin.
Kitchen fully fitted with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, high chair, blue tooth speaker.
Dining area
with table and chairs seating 6, plus small easy chair. 
Lounge area with log burner, 3 piece suite in sea green material matching foot rest and armchair plus extra armchair, coffee table, shelving with ample supply of books and DVDs. TV/DVD, games, lots of interesting pictures an attractive room with sea view 
Conservatory overlooking large lawn and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty conservation area with a wicker couch and 2 matching chairs, coffee table, DAB radio and 2 children's binoculars.
Porch with washing machine, tumble drier and extra fridge with ice box.
Underfloor state of the art instant heating system, log burner with initial supply of logs. 
Grounds fully enclosed with gate at front.  Large lawn at the back with apple trees, 2 patio and decking areas with dining table and chairs seating 6, sun loungers, webber barbecue. Smaller lawn at the front with mature colourful shrubs. Shared driveway with neighbouring property.
Shed contains Mclaren buggy, a large number of wetsuits ranging in size for ages 2 -14 yrs. 4 bikes, lawn games - badminton net and table tennis. All for guests to use.

Additional information

Short breaks -  yes, in winter months
WiFi -  yes, high speed
Mobile signal -  yes for Vodaphone, EE & Three - patchy for O2.
Parking -  yes, for several cars 
High chair -  yes
Cot -  yes
Fuel -  Heating inclusive May - September, £20 per week outside of these dates. Initial supply of logs provided.
Towels -  yes (please bring your own beach towels)
Pets - not accepted
Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

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