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  • Sgwner View

  • Pwllheli
  • Ref: 1611
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  • 4
  • 2
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Sgwner View

  • 8
  • 4
  • 2
  • 0
  • Ref: 1611
Property Highlights:

Come to Sgwner View for its wonderful balcony with a bird's eye view! Stunning outlook views across Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia. A great base to return to after a day exploring this beautiful area.

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Property Description

Relax from sunrise to sunset all year round with panoramic views of Cardigan Bay, the mountains of Snowdonia and beaches of the Llyn. This property has the wow factor as you walk in the door. Light streams into the airy living area from where patio doors open onto the large slate floored balcony. Watch the world slowly waking.

  • Come rain or shine, watch the weather shifting across the seascape from the open plan lounge. Curl up with a good book and a glass of wine in front of the fire.
  • Take a look around the characterful town of Pwllheli, with great shops, boutiques, cafes and galleries.
  • If you can't bear to leave the peaceful haven of your luxury home, pass the time away, perched on the generous balcony, gazing at the mountains and sea across to Cardigan Bay and beyond.
  • Take your pick from any one of the stunning beaches locally and enjoy a good old-fashioned day at the seaside complete with your picnic.
  • This energy efficient holiday home near Abererch Beach has a large lounge/diner with log burner and views that just wow you as you walk through the door.
  • The patio doors rightly flaunt the terrific views of Snowdonia and Cardigan bay.
  • Interiors combine stylish furnishings, with Welsh tapestry blankets and quality furnishings.
  • Two sumptuous luxury king-size bedrooms adorned with welsh blankets and stylish furnishings. Far reaching views from both of Cardigan bay.
  • A cosy twin bedroom on the 1st floor and ground floor double bedroom at the side of the property.
  • Catch of the day, fresh seafood from Llyn Seafoods in Pwllheli.
  • Castles and Islands, the Llyn Peninsula has it all.
About the Area

Pwllheli

• The town centre of this popular seaside town is nearby - many distinctive independent shops, boutiques and coffee shops - enjoy lunch or coffee at 'Taro Deg' and practice a few welsh words here, a great locally owned café seeing quality food.

• Hole in one, visit Pwllheli Golf Club or the fabulously located golf course in Morfa Nefyn!

Plas Heli, Pwllheli

• A state of the art sailing and events centre open to all with bars and restaurants next to the beach.

Llyn Peninsula

• From Pwllheli the lovely Llyn Peninsula lays ahead ready to be explored - enjoy the cliffs and beaches along one of the most remote and unspoilt coastline in Wales with spectacular views from bracken covered headlands. Look out for grey seal colonies and a wealth of sea birds.

• Ride like you’re in Montana on the Llyn Peninsula, gallop like a cowboy across the beaches and mountains, book your horse at one of the Riding Centres on the Llyn Peninsula.

Beaches

• Plenty to choose from - Abererch beach (1 mile) is visible from the balcony - golden sands that never get crowded, Llanbedrog (NT) lovely with brightly coloured beach huts, Abersoch beach and Aberdaron whose beach is directly in front of the whitewashed village.

• Morfa Nefyn with the smugglers' cove of Porthdinllaen (NT) and the famous Ty

Coch pub, Whistling Sands (NT) where the sands really do whistle or just explore and find your own favourite cove.

Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery

• Sitting just above LLanbedrog beach the Gallery has exhibitions of renowned local artists throughout the year. Take a coffee or lunch break in their highly recommended conservatory or on warm days eat out on the lawns.

Aberdaron

The 'Lands End' of North Wales - remote and beautiful - dine in the 2 hotels at the water's edge or the 'Gegin Fawr' café serving award-winning crab and lobster - an ancient hostelry used by Medieval pilgrims before embarking for

Plas yn Rhiw (N.T.)

  • This beautiful manor house was restored in the 1930's by the Keating sisters and preserves a way of life long disappeared from the Llyn countryside.

Family Fun

  • From getting up close and personal with furry animals, Dwyfor Ranch has a multitude of adventure activities in Glasfryn Parc, there is something for everyone. Quad biking, fishing, Carting, wakeboarding, kayaking paddle boarding, ten-pin bowling, soft play and more.

Boat Trips

  • Throughout the summer boats take off from Pwllheli and Aberdaron enjoy the idyllic coastline and in good weather visit Bardsey Island, a place of pilgrimage - three journeys to Bardsey were said to equal one to Rome.
  • There are still remains of the 13th Century Augustinian abbey here amongst windswept solitude.

Steam Trains, Porthmadog

  • The Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railways both leave from Porthmadog to travel through the spectacular Snowdonia National Park.

Snowdonia National Park

  • Discover breathtaking mountain and coastal scenery, steam train rides, thrilling adventure activities, fascinating industrial heritage, great food and so much more. Well worth a day trip.

Caernarfon

  • An ideal day trip - visit the magnificent Castle and small children will love to let off steam at the Fun Centre near the Victoria Dock, a stylish new development with shops, restaurants and Galleri Caernarfon an independent theatre, cinema and art gallery. Enjoy wet day browsing in one of Britain's best independent bookshops, Palas Print.
Interior

4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8.

On Ground Floor:
1 Double room with King Size bed & 1 Double room with double bed. 
Ground floor bathroom with shower cubicle, WC, heated towel rail.

On First Floor:
1 Twin room & 1 Double room with King Size bed.
Bathroom on the first floor with full suite, bath and shower cubicle, heated towel rail.

Open Plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen area with panoramic views, patio doors to balcony, multi-fuel stove, 3 seater sofa, 2 seater sofa, 3 armchairs. Smart TV with Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Kitchen table and chairs seating 8, fully fitted kitchen with split level electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine.

Grounds: long wide slate floor balcony with garden furniture & BBQ. Glass Balustrade. Sloping lawn at front of property with garden bench. Back of property - steps down to the property via steps with handrails or ramp.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Yes, excluding Summer & peak weeks

WiFi - Yes (superfast)

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 2-3 cars

Fuel - Gas central heating, (Hive System) inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £35 p/w.

Dogs - No

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

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FROM £624 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £897
Number of Adults
1 Adult

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1 Adult
Number of Children
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0 Children
Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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