2 Pantlon Cottage

sleeps 8 8
3 bedrooms 3
2 bathrooms 2
1 dogs allowed 1
family friendly
5 star5 star5 star5 star5 star

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Perched in the centre of Morfa Nefyn in Gwynedd, North Wales, is this superb, three-bedroom oak-framed, detached house, 2 Pantlon Cottage. Boasting a fabulous location just moment’s away from Traeth Morfa Nefyn, and a stylish reverse-level layout with everything you could need to enjoy a memorable self-catered stay, 2 Pantlon Cottage makes for a fantastic pet-friendly dwelling for a group or family of seven, plus their canine companion, who are looking to embark on their next North Wales adventure. Step into the property, where you will find three well-appointed bedrooms on the ground floor, a king-size enjoying its own en-suite shower room and two family rooms with a double and single in each and served by a beautiful bathroom where you can indulge in blissful soaks after a day of exploring. Climb the stairs to the first floor, where you will find a contemporary kitchen with all you need to whip up mouth-watering meals for your guests, including a double oven, hob, American style fridge/freezer, along with a handy dishwasher ensuring a fuss-free clean-up! Settle down at the dining table to savour a delicious meal as you make plans for the days ahead. If the weather is nice, why not take advantage and dine alfresco out in the private garden, where you can fire up the barbecue or pizza oven, mix drinks at the outdoor bar or enjoy a dip in the Swedish wood fired hot tub? As the evening draws to a close, retreat inside to the sitting room where you can curl up on the corner sofa and select a film from the Smart TV with cable to enjoy. Awake from a leisurely slumber and savour a steaming cup of coffee on the balcony as you take in your peaceful surroundings. Explore your surroundings, which rest on the scenic Llyn Peninsula offering a plethora of fantastic walks right on your doorstep, where you will find the charming Ty Coch pub in Porthdinllaen, voted one of the top 10 beach bars in the world, which serves tasty meals and local ales, perfect for when you and your guests fancy a night off from cooking. The keen golfers in your party will not want to miss the opportunity to test out their clubs at the excellent Nefyn Golf Club, which features a superb 27-hole championship course. Pack-up your bathing suits, swim trunks, buckets and spades and head straight for Traeth Morfa Nefyn, where you can spend the day relaxing on the glorious sands, building sandcastles with the little ones, paddling the shores or sampling fresh fish and chips with the sand between your toes. For the budding historians in your party, the Amgueddfa Morwrol Llyn Maritime Museum is nearby in Nefyn and offers a fascinating insight into the village’s history. Just a short drive away is Pwhelli, where you can enjoy leisurely strolls around the picturesque marina, a fun-filled day at Traeth Glan-y-Don or sampling the culinary delights at the good selection of eateries on offer. From here you can easily access the historic Castell Criccieth which overlooks the sea, the superb beaches of Abersoch or the impressive National Trust 16th-century manor house of Plas yn Rhiw. For a getaway that has all you could need and more, secure your stay at 2 Pantlon Cottage.

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Leisure facilities & entertainment:

internet access

Accommodation layout and features:

Ground Floor, Bedroom 1:
King size bed(s)bed linen
Ground Floor, Bedroom 2:
Single bed(s)Single bed(s)bed linen
Ground Floor, Bedroom 3:
Double bed(s)Single bed(s)bed linen
Kitchen:
microwave dishwasher laundry facilities
Bathroom:
bath shower  towels

More about the property:

Central heating garden

Best suited for:

families

Family friendly features:

Family Friendly

Dog friendly features:

dogs allowed

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Location:

Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd
Nearest city: Porthmadog, Gwynedd 19 mile(s)

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Description

Stylish 3 bedroom dog-friendly holiday rental with bubbly outdoor hot tub in Gwynedd.

Things to do nearby:

Near beachGolf course nearbyLocal Pub

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More about luxury holidays in Gwynedd

Gwynedd is a magical county that is home to the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. In fact, a huge percentage of the county is covered by this wonderful National Park including majestic mountains, peaceful valleys, stunning flowing rivers and magical, fairytale castles and forests. You can also discover superb sandy beaches and fun filled coastal resorts. The county is also home to an abundance of culture and heritage, founded over two millennia ago. As the home of the Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd can easily boast some of the most outstanding scenery in the UK, making this county the perfect retreat from modern life and the hustle and bustle of city living. For visitors looking to enjoy some sightseeing there is plenty to keep you busy from Caernarfon Castle to Greenwood Forest Park and the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum. There are also a few railways to enjoy on a family day out taking in the sights and exploring the area. On the other hand if you would prefer to explore this magnificent county from the great outdoors, there is a huge collection of activities for visitors to enjoy. Try something new and exhilarating such as rock climbing, paintballing, White water rafting or a high ropes course.There are also fantastic opportunities to enjoy walking, trekking, cycling, horse riding, sailing, coasteering and much more.  As Gwynedd boasts such a variety of landscape from mountains to countryside to coast, the county is the perfect place for producing fresh and delicious produce. Experience these wonderful foods at a local restaurant, pub or café whilst on your stay in Gwynedd. Looking for the ultimate romantic get away, why not search Luxury romantic self-catering in Wales.

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