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Change to check-in/check-out times
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.
The owner of Llechwedd has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.
Check-in from 4:30PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Llechwedd was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Llechwedd too!
A lovely semi-detached seaside bungalow, sleeping 8, just a gentle stroll from possibly the most loved beach on the Peninsula. Light, airy and immaculate, this superb home from home offers guests a truly comfortable base from which to explore all the highlights of 'Pen Llyn' (Llyn Peninsula), adorned with the owner's professional photography it makes it a delightful retreat.
Sitting in its well-manicured grounds, the property benefits from a rear enclosed garden with large decked area, lawns, and the advantage of the most spectacular views across to the rolling countryside to the stunning inland mountains.
The spacious interior is modern with local photographic scenes on the walls. The lounge is the family-friendly centrepiece of the property with a roaring open log fire for cosy nights in playing games or watching TV.
This superb bungalow nestles in a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of Morfa Nefyn village; a 2-minute walk from the local shop which offers fresh seasonal produce meat and seafood, firewood and an off-license. Just a five-minute walk from the closest beach, Porth Dinllaen, you can look forward to enjoying a paddle, a pint and a giant prawn sandwich on the sea wall with family and friends.
This is an astonishingly beautiful part of North Wales and Llechwedd is the perfect location for a family seeking a traditional coastal holiday. Just a short walk from Llechwedd is The Ty Coch Inn, a legendary destination and highly popular, voted 2nd best beach bar in the World by the Times.
Beautifully appointed throughout with fabulous kitchen diner, and spacious rooms, all enhanced by stylish oak doors. The house has a high level of finish and comfort and it also divided fantastically for different families to share or different generations of the same family to holiday together.
4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8 (6 adults and 2 children), on the ground floor there is a double bedroom, twin room, adult size bunk room, family bathroom and 1 x double with en-suite shower room on 1st floor
Ground floor entrance hall with cloakroom for coats, boots and dog leads after a day on the beach or coastal path
Relax in your downtime within the spacious lounge with roaring open fire, you'll be delighted by the lovely photographic wall art and special seaside-themed touches. Sink into the leather sofas and contemporary armchairs, watch TV (Freeview), play some music or catch up on one of your favourite DVDs.
The kitchen comes with everything you could possibly need to whip up a delicious evening meal. Modern integrated units, top quality appliances including a NEF halogen hob, single oven, a Franke sink unit, and dining table seating 8. The countryside views from the kitchen windows are an absolute delight, there is a back door to the patio.
Utility room with washing machine, clothesline, cot and highchair, ample room for the storage of bikes and outdoor equipment.
On the ground floor:
Adult-sized bunk room sleeping 2 with chest of drawers, hanging rails and shoe rack.
Twin bedroom sleeping 2 in twin beds with wardrobe, chest of drawers and TV.
Double bedroom sleeping 2 in a double bed with wardrobe, chest of drawers, lamps and tv on wall
Family bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin.
Master double bedroom with Velux window, distant views of mountain and sea, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside lamps. En-suite with huge freestanding shower, washbasin and WC.
Grounds Private enclosed grounds with lawns and patio, suitable for dogs and families. Fabulous countryside views from the enclosed back garden, large lawns, outdoor dining furniture and BBQ. Open lawns to the front of the property and a private driveway with parking for 2 cars. Care with dogs that could leap the rear wire fence into the adjoining field to the rear.
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.
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Outstanding accommodation. Llechwedd had everything we needed for a perfect walking holiday. Warm boiler room for drying clothes and boots rack were a real bonus. All rooms, including the second bathroom and utility room were very spacious with plenty of storage and kitchen was extremely well-equipped. We were two couples but there would have been ample room for 8, and the garden and barbecue facilities would be perfect for a summer holiday. Excellent value for money.
excellent home for room and situated in a lovely part of Wales,in need of some maintenance ,no wash basin plugs,in both bathrooms, as mentioned in MAY 2021 review, no extract fan while showering , T V bad picture not watch able,DVD player not connected, Decking outside dangerous , one of our party fell off on the decking on arrival,would we stay at Liechwedd again Yes, stayed at this property 7 times with previous owner, only 3 stars ?
A lovely house, we enjoyed staying there very much. It was lovely to have a barbecue available. But there was a problem with the upstairs sink (faulty plug system) which caused some grief. We lost the tops of cosmetic and toothpaste tubes down the plug hole. (We did report this to Leigh and she said she would inform the maintenance people, but we noted from the customer comments book that this problem had been highlighted much earlier in the season).
If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
Food and Drink locally
You can buy all your provisions locally at the shop in the village - it stocks locally sourced meat, fish and fresh vegetables as does the really great Euro Spar in nearby Nefyn.
A ten minute walk away is the Porthdinallaen cafe - stroll over for Fisherman's Breakfast and children's favourite American Breakfast of pancakes, bacon and maple syrup.
Stroll along the beach to the famous Ty Coch Inn, a great place for a meal and drink on the beachfront. The Nanhoron Arms in Nefyn is also a great place to get a meal.
Highly recommended also is the gastropub The Ship at Edern,1 mile away, and the newly refurbished - Cliffs Inn just a short stroll away from Llechwedd.
Bryn Cynan Inn just a few minutes drive away from Llechwedd, is a great pub serving really good homemade food.
The 'Lands End' of North Wales this beautiful timeless village is a cluster of whitewashed houses at the water's edge with excellent restaurants and cafe's serving award-wining seafood.
The hugely inviting Becws Islyn bakery and cafe with its thatched roof is the number one destination though! , with homemade pies, pastry's, cakes, breakfasts and lunches. Chose between siting indoors our outside on the wonderful decking with sea views.
The National Trust has purchased a large chunk of the coastline to preserve the unique beauty of this region.
A Visitors Centre in the village centre serves as a focal point from which to promote the area.
Daily trips from Aberdaron across to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) with Colin Evans can be arranged online; where you can explore are ruins of an Augustinian Abbey considered a Holy place of pilgrimage in Medieval time.
High above the village of Aberdaron is Uwchmynydd, a heather-covered headland from which to walk and enjoy the spectacular views across to Bardsey Island and back along the arm of the Llyn Peninsula with views of the mighty Snowdonia mountain range beyond.
Also in the area you'll find National Trust property of Plas Yn Rhiw, and the squeaky beach of Whistling Sands.
This is the polar opposite of Aberdaron, buzzing in high season with cafes and pubs all spilling out onto the street making for a great atmosphere. There is a huge long sandy beach in the village and little coves in which to find a shady spot.
A little further afield; a visit to Porthmadog is a must, home to the famous Ffestiniog Railway & Welsh Highland Railway, so board the train all year round and steam through the incredible landscapes as far as the World Heritage Site of Caernarfon.
The Italianate village and gardens of Portmeirion are not to be missed too!
Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery
This is the oldest art gallery in Wales set in an imposing Victorian Gothic manor house it exhibits art work by renowned local artists and is a cultural focal point for the region.
There is a conservatory restaurant at the side of the gallery with lovely food - eat out on
the lawns when the weather is good.
Visit the Snowdonia National Park for stunning coastal and mountain scenery, numerous beautiful beaches, steam train rides, fascinating industrial heritage, thrilling adventure activities, historic sites, great local produce and so much more.
We have 35 pictures of Llechwedd, so why not take a look around?
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