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  • Ty Hen Farmhouse

  • Aberdaron
  • Ref: 1095
  • 11
  • 5
  • 2
  • 2
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Ty Hen Farmhouse

  • 11
  • 5
  • 2
  • 2
  • Ref: 1095
Property Highlights:

Large Whistling Sands holiday farmhouse within 10 minutes walk of National Trust coast and south west facing Porth Iago beach, Llyn Peninsula- sleeps 11

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Price reduction of £100 for 1 to 2 guests.
Price reduction of £50 for 3 to 4 guests.

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Guest Book Comments

I prefer cotton sheets to polycotton especially in hot weather

A trusted customer - 22nd August 2018

Good house perhaps needs a bit of TLC - extractor fans in bathrooms not working, downstairs shower leaks, DVD player not useable.

B Johnson - 17th April 2018

Very clean well equipped house in great location.

Jeanette Kelly - 7th February 2018

We enjoyed staying at the cottage it had everything we needed for an enjoyable stay

Melanie Gibbon - 1st February 2018

Lovely cottage, would reccommend

A trusted customer - 31st January 2018
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Property Description
Whistling Sands holiday farmhouse within 10 mins walk of National Trust coast sleeps 11
  • 'Ty Hen' in English means 'Old House' but this is a large spacious new farmhouse, sleeping 11, built on the Llyn Peninsula site of the original 'old house'.
  • Bright airy sitting room with sleek wooden floor, stylish comfortable black leather sofas and patio doors leading onto the garden.
  • Elegant solid wood kitchen and complimentary dining room suite.
  • This handsome Llyn Peninsula holiday farmhouse is ideal for large parties (sleeps 11) such as family reunions or a gathering of friends. It has a convenient ground floor bedroom and bathroom. The house is furnished throughout to the highest standards.
  • Whistling Sands holiday farmhouse on the Llyn Peninsula has lots of windows and patio doors with panoramic views of the surrounding coast, sea, fields and hillsides.
  • On quiet, clear days Ireland can be glimpsed in the distance and the ghostly beam of the Holyhead lighthouse on the Isle of Anglesey illuminates the night sky.


Interior

5 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 11. 1 Twin on ground floor. 2 Doubles with Kingsize beds.  Family Room with 1 Kingsize and 1 Single bed. 1 Twin bedroom. All on 1st floor.

Bathroom with bath, toilet, wash basin and shower cubicle on ground floor.

Shower Room with toilet, washbasin and corner shower cubicle on 1st floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room luxury, fully fitted kitchen with split level electric double oven and hob, integrated microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer. Refectory table seating 11.

Utility Room with washing machine and sink unit.

Lounge 2 large black leather sofas and 'L' shaped sofa seating 5, 1 x 3 seater sofa, 2 large black leather foot stools, large plasma wide screen TV/DVD/CD and radio. Patio doors to patio and garden.

Porch with 2 wooden chairs and settle, standard lamp.

Grounds large fully enclosed garden with patio, lawns, garden furniture and barbecue.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £40 p/w

Dogs - 2, welcome at £25 each. (Ground floor only please)

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes and Stairgate

About the Area
Porth Iago, Whistling Sands, Llyn Peninsula and the Coastal Path
  • Porth Iago, a tiny rocky inlet and Whistling Sands (Yes! The sand does whistle) are just 15 minutes walk away.
  • Close to the tip of the Llyn Peninsula and the Coastal Path
Aberdaron
  • The coastal village of Aberdaron 3 miles away was the waiting point for pilgrims on route to Bardsey Island. It remains a place of welcome with a good choice of places to eat including Y Gegin Fawr that once served as a community kitchen for the pilgrims. It is now a cosy cafe with a sunny terrace for al fresco dining. The village shop stocks general stores, newspapers and alcohol. 
Aberaron Beach
  • Families and walkers are sure to love the mile long sandy beach, part of the Llyn Heritage Coast and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are plenty of opportunities for kayaking, sailing, surfing and wind surfing.
Pwllheli
  •  Pwllheli 15 miles away has a good range of local amenities including interesting independent shops, a supermarket and 2 markets, one on Wednesdays and the other on Sundays (May to Sept). 
Plas Heli, Pwllheli
  • The thriving sailing and events centre, Plas Heli, is open to the public with restaurant, bars and sunny terraces overlooking Tremadog Bay towards Snowdonia.
Aberdaron to Mynydd Fawr, National Trust
  • This beautiful stretch of land is very special for its birds, plants, diverse land forms and wild seashores. It is steeped in history linked with Bardsey the legendary isle of 20,000 saints- wonderful for walkers, bird watchers, photographers and botanists.
Llyn Peninsula
  • Aberdaron, at the waters edge, is a pretty white washed, remote village - the last resting place of medieval pilgrims before their hazardous journey to Bardsey Island. Today it has two newly refurbished hotels, a café and tea room and excellent shops selling local meat, fresh bread and groceries.
Boat Trips to Bardsey
  • The Bardsey Island Ferry departs from Porth Meudwy close to Aberdaron LL53 8DA. Visitors can enjoy a wealth of wildlife en route and on the island including myriad seabirds, porpoises and look out for the shy grey seals that follow the boats! Read more about Bardsey Island.
Family Fun
  • There are plenty of activities to keep youngsters and the young at heart happy. Try quad biking, go-karting, kayaking, boat trips, petting farm animals and more.  Read more about family attractions on the Llyn Peninsula.
Shore Fishing at Llanbedrog
  • Bass, flounder, dogfish and bream can be caught on low tide so don't forget your fishing gear and favourite seafood recipes for a fishy feast at your Whistling Sands holiday farmhouse.
Twnti Seafood Restaurant
  • Twnti Seafood Restaurant in Rhyd y Clafdy is an 18 year old business specialising in fish, local crab and lobsters.
Caernarfon Castle & Hafan Blue Flag Beach, Pwllheli
  • Architecturally one of the most impressive castles in Wales. Built to echo the walls of Constantinople its great strength remains to this day. Open to the public daily, do visit you will not be disappointed.
  • Hafan Blue Flag Beach is a lovely small sandy cove with breathtaking backdrop of Snowdonia.
Circular Walk Abersoch near Whistling Sands 
  • Keen walkers will enjoy this moderately challenging walk of five and a half miles which takes about 3 hours. From the town walk onto the beach and continue south for 1 mile, leave the beach via the slipway and follow the coast path as far as Porth Ceiriad. Head inland on marked paths, do not fork left but continue along the lane to Sarn Bach. Walk on through the fields to the Abersoch Llanengan road. Turn right and back to Abersoch. Wonderful coastal views and rural patchwork.
Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railways, Porthmadog
  • Take a narrow gauge Festiniog train journey clinging to the mountain and tunnelling through it rising 700 feet above sea level through wonderful scenery to the fascinating slate village of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
  • The newly opened Welsh Highlands heritage train journeys through the breathtakingly beautiful Snowdonia countryside stopping on route for you to visit the engine sheds and climb aboard the engines.
Days away...
  • Explore the magnificent Snowdonia National Park for stunning scenery, a magnificent coast, mighty mountains, steam train rides, historic houses, magical castles, industrial heritage and epic adventures. Experience Zip World's Zip Wire, Bounce Below, Fforest Coaster, Treetop Adventures and Surf Snowdonia's state of the art Wave Garden.
Make this charming and comfortable farmhouse on the naturally beautiful Llyn Peninsula a holiday base for exploring North Wales highlights.
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Number of Adults
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1 Adult
Number of Children
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0 Children (2-17)
Number of Dogs
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0 Dogs
* this property charges £25 per dog.
Duration
7 Nights

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7 Nights

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