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  • Blue Teal

  • Harlech
  • Ref: 1286
  • 10
  • 5
  • 2
  • 0
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Blue Teal

  • 10
  • 5
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  • 0
  • Ref: 1286
Property Highlights:

Family friendly quality beach house Harlech with WiFi and panoramic views towards the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdon sleeps 10

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Property Description
Large family friendly quality beach house Harlech with stunning beach views
  • In a superb location overlooking Harlech beach this quality family friendly house has truly stunning panoramic views across the bay to the Llyn Peninsula and inland to Snowdonia.
  • Ideal for relaxing holidays there is a long balcony from where there are spectacular views - watch the sun slowly disappear behind the beautiful Llyn Peninsula as twilight descends.
  • Patio doors from the balcony lead into the elegant white lounge whose walls are colourfully adorned with original paintings and furnished with large comfy white sofas with red cushions and strategically placed lamps giving pools of light into this traditional and stylish room.
  • Dine in elegant style in the formal dining room with its antique Regency dining table and sideboards and large picture windows with views of the bay and Snowdon - less formally in the delightful conservatory and, in good weather, outside on the slate patio.
  • All the bedrooms are on the 1st floor with a Jacuzzi bath in the master bedroom with its 6ft 'linked' bed, elegant white built in wardrobes and separate en-suite shower room.
  • The well tended garden below the house has lawns surrounded by mature shrubs.

About the Area
Harlech Beach and Coastal Path
  • Half a mile away is the long sweeping sandy beach at Harlech - never crowded - and the Coastal Path can be joined here.
Harlech & UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The huge castle, which dominates the small town, is a UNESCO World Heritage site whose walls speak of its battle-scarred history. There are lots of good eateries - enjoy amazing homemade ice cream near the Castle or a snack in the Blue Lion cafe.
  • The historic town of Harlech is dominated by its magnificent castle and has a good range of local amentities including independent shops, cafe, chemist and filling station.
    The Royal St. David's Golf Course, Harlech
    • One of Wales' s finest courses situated behind sand dunes with the great solid mass of Edward 1st mighty castle beyond - a truly special location.
    Snowdonia and North Wales
    • There are many beautiful valleys, mountains and lakes in the hinterland. A fine example nearby is Cwm Bychan with its lake, feral goats, meandering river and ancient woodlands. It has a timeless quality hard to find in modern Britain.
    Surf Snowdonia
    • All levels of experience are catered for in this state of the art wave lagoon. Learn or improve your surfing skills a long way from the sea.
     Family Attractions
    • Head for Zip World a venue packed with exciting family friendly activities. Try riding the longest Zip Wire in Europe, The Fforest Coaster, a toboggan run on rails through the forest, Bounce Below a deep slate cavern strung with trampolines joined by slides and ladders all lit by colourful neon lights or TreeTops Trampolines to see how the birds like to live!
      Portmeirion Italianate Village & Ffestiniog Railway, Theatre Ardudwy
      • A short drive away is Portmeirion designed by Sir Clough-Williams Ellis, the Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway and the whole of Snowdonia to explore. Nearby is Theatr Ardudwy a modern theatre which offers a varied programme of plays, music, dance and the latest films. The foyer and bar area often exhibit paintings or photographic work, a pleasant way to browse with pre theatre drinks!
      Welsh Highland Railway
      • The Welsh Highland Railway runs along a spectacularly scenic route from Caernarfon to the flanks of Snowdon climbing over 650' before zigzagging dramatically to the village of Beddgelert and the magnificent Aberglaslyn Pass.
      Precipice Walk & Barmouth Seaside Town
      • The 3 mile precipice walk is suitable for families. It takes about one and a half hours and offers stunning views of the Mawddach estaury and Snowdonia.
      • Do visit the picturesque resort of Barmouth with soft golden sands surrounded by Snowdonia National Park.
      Salem Chapel, Cefncymerau near Llanbedr
      • Salem Chapel and attached caretakers cottage is now a Cadw Grade II listed building. The chapel was made famous by artist Sydney Curnow Vosper (1866 -1942) who painted an old lady Sian Owen in a stove pipe hat and Welsh costume attending the chapel. A copy of the painting hangs in the chapel. The original hangs in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool.
      Days away
      • Take a drive over the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge to Wales' largest island, Anglesey. Discover a gentle rural landscape fringed by a dramatic rugged coast punctuated by unspoiled beaches, tiny coves and sleepy villages.  Walk part of the Anglesey Coast Path, visit Newborough Warren nature reserve home to a thriving population of red squirrels. Visit romantic Llanddwyn Island where Wales' Patron Saint of Lovers, St Dwnwyn once lived. Take a thrilling RibRide from Menai Bridge to spot wildlife, historic sites, offshore islands and glorious coastal views and visit Beaumaris an elegant waterside town with a magnificent castle, gaol museum, shops, galleries and a traditional seaside pier.
      Quality holiday house near the beach at Harlech ideal for extended families or friend sharing at any time of the year.
      Interior

      5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 10. Master bedroom with Superking bed (zip and link), dressing area, Jacuzzi bath in bedroom and separate ensuite. 2 Doubles both with Kingsize beds. 1 Double and 1 Twin. All on 1st floor.

      Bathroom with full suite, shower over bath on 1st floor.

      Cloakroom with toilet & washbasin.

      Kitchen luxury fully fitted units, split level electric ovens, electric hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer. 

      Conservatory with round dining table and chairs. French door to balcony.

      Dining Room with lovely views through picture windows, table and chairs seating 10, Regency glass fronted cupboard and sideboard.

      Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer, sink unit, electric cooker, larder fridge.

      Lounge white fireplace with gas living flame fire, 2 x 2 and 3 seater sofas, wing chair, easy chair. TV/DVD, CD/radio, patio doors to balcony.

      Grounds slate patio with dining table and chairs ,lawns on several levels mature shrubs. Balcony with garden furniture

      Refundable Deposit - A refundable deposit of £250 is required per booking to be included with the final payment please.


      Additional Information

       

      Short breaks - No

      WiFi - Yes

      Changeover - Friday

      Towels - No

      Parking - Yes for 2 cars (8 steps from parking to house)

      Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive June to August. Outside these dates £60 p/w

      Dogs - No

      Travel cot - Yes on request

      Highchair - Yes on request

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      FROM £794 PER WEEK
      AVG COST PER WEEK £1,210
      Number of Adults
      1 Adult

      Adults (18 years +)

      1 Adult
      Number of Children
      0 Children

      Children (under 18 years)

      0 Children
      Duration
      7 Nights

      Duration

      7 Nights

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