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Four Bedroom Farmhouse Cottage Near Aberdaron | Brynhynog-Fawr

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear PubReal FireFarm Stay

Set in a rural location, Brynhynog-Fawr is a traditional four bedroom farmhouse cottage near Aberdaron, ideal for guest who want to get away from it all. Sleeping eight in total, with plenty of communal space, it's the perfect property for visitors wanting to make the most of exploring the stunning Pen Llyn (Llyn Peninsula).

The working farm location is accessed via a private driveway, and surrounded by old farm buildings and green fields beyond. With plenty of outdoor space surrounding the property, there's a great level of privacy. The front door of Brynhynog-Fawr leads into a spacious open plan living area, perfectly blending the traditional style of the building with a modern feel. Whitewashed clean plastered walls allow the stone detailing of the building to show in some areas, providing character. To one end, beautiful L shaped kitchen units are finished in a neutral stone colour with dark granite worktop and brown tiled splashback. Wooden wall shelving provides lovely detailing above the kitchen units which incorporate a large electric hob, eye level built in double oven, dishwasher and large fridge. A beautiful and contemporary wooden table with black metal frame takes centre stage in the room with eight comfy brown leather dining chairs. To the opposite end, a cosy snug is centred around a stone fireplace with sofa, armchair and soft lighting options. The room is a wonderfully social space for the group to get together for breakfast or dinner.

A door leads through to the property's inviting lounge - a bright and airy room with windows to three aspects. The feature wall, created in traditional stone detailing, houses a cosy and warm log burner alongside a side unit and smart TV. Two sofa's, one leather and the other fabric, alongside a leather arm chair, provide plenty of seating space for the household and there are traditional features such as a grandfather clock in the corner - a reminder of the building's heritage. French doors open onto a lovely patio area. To the rear of the ground floor, a door opens into a large utility room with freezer, washing machine and dryer, along with a beautiful downstairs shower room. Whether it's a beach day or a day exploring the nearby hills, this is the ideal spot to take off the muddy walking boots or sandy flip flops before entering the main house.

An open stairway from the living space leads to the first floor of the four bedroom farmhouse cottage near Aberdaron. Comprising a master suite, two double bedrooms, a twin room and a family bathroom, the property is versatile enough to suit any type of group. The master bedroom is a lovely space with a wooden framed double bed flanked by two modern bedside tables and lamps. An open wardrobe, chest of drawers with a smart TV sit alongside an original fireplace and comfy side chair in the corner of the room. A thick grey carpet is laid to the floor, and a sliding door leads to the compact but beautifully fitted out en-suite shower room with WC and basin. The first of the two additional double bedrooms is decorated in a similar style, with open wardrobe and shelving providing plenty of clothes storage, while the other double includes a cot located in the corner of the room, for families wishing to visit with babies or small children. The final bedroom, a twin with two wooden framed single beds shows off the original beams of the house in the roof eaves, adding a touch of character. Completing the first floor layout, the large family bathroom is fitted with a free standing bath, WC and basin with storage under. A walk in shower with rain forest head is also fitted and the decor provides a contemporary and modern feel.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire, Farm Stay
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, First Aid kit, Fire extinguisher or blanket
2 Pets, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Smart TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception
Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden

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The privacy and rural location of this four bedroom farmhouse cottage near Aberdaron means that it's the ideal space for people wanting to socialise outside. Gravelled landscaping surrounds the farmhouse with bench seating dotted around, and to one end a tiled patio can be accessed via the lounge area. The patio, complete with rattan dining table and chairs is ideal for alfresco meals on summer evenings, or some social drinks in the sun. To one side of the house, a large lawn area is great for the kids (and big kids) to play, with a football net set up to one end. You'll be tempted to spend your days tucked away at this little spot, but the Pen Llyn has so much to offer right on the doorstep.

The stunning coastline of the Pen Llyn is a haven for beach lovers an walkers alike. A 10 minute walk takes you to Glampio Coed where they serve drinks and have amazing pizzas, Crasu Coed (check the website for opening times) With a variety of wonderful beaches within a fifteen minute drive, the Wales Coast Path meanders along the Peninsula taking in beautiful coves and clifftops teaming with seabird colonies. The wild and wonderful beach of Traeth Porthor (Whistling Sands) is nearby. With a National Trust car park and a beachside cafe, it's a wonderful spot to wander along the beach watching the surf roll in. Walking through the sand will give you a hint of why it's named Whistling Sands - be sure to listen carefully. The nearest seaside resort to Brynhynog-Fawr is the beautiful Aberdaron. With a small village feel, packed with restaurants and cafes, be sure to stop into the Porth y Swnt visitor centre to learn about the geology of the area, before taking a walk up along the cliff path to nearby Porth Meudwy. It's challenging, but the views are magnificent.

Slightly further afield, the popular resort of Abersoch is also short drive away. Lined with quaint beach huts, the golden sandy beach and gently lapping waters are a haven for sunbathers and lovers of water sports. For a slightly quieter beach experience, nearby Llanbedrog is also worth visiting and ideal for families due to the shallow waters. No visit to the Pen Llyn is complete without a trip to the famed Ty Coch Inn, located at Porthdinllaen. This lovely pub, set right on the beach is a popular summer spot with an outdoor bar and DJ's playing tunes on the beach. Access is via a beach walk from Morfa Nefyn or a cliff top walk across the Morfa Nefyn Golf Course. Be sure not to miss out.

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Guest Reviews

Louise Caroline Beattie

We had a wonderful few days at Brynhynog-Fawr. Beautiful setting and views. The house was perfect for two families on an autumnal retreat. Thoughtful treats on arrival and the kids were delighted to see the Halloween decorations dotted around. The decor, layout, space, log burner, spacious utility room for muddy boots were great! We would definitely return. Thank you so much!

The Nicholsons

We had the best family holiday! Fabulous big farmhouse, great layout & loads of  space for everyone. Very comfortable bedrooms, plenty of bathrooms, very well equipped big kitchen. Great outdoor space for sunny days and a cosy log fire for rainy days
Downstairs shower very handy for kids when returning from the beach & husband recovering from broken leg
The local beach, whistling sands, has a good road right down to it, which made it easy dropping husband off to save him hobbling far on crutches
Local lanes very quiet, did some lovely early morning runs round the block admiring the sea views and gorgeous countryside

We were delighted to have Fresh milk in the fridge for a cup of tea and welcome goodies after a long drive from Scotland – thankyou so much
Hope to be back soon x

Gaynor KEHOE

It was an absolute pleasure and privilege to stay in this beautiful farmhouse cottage. It is truly stunning. Renovated to a very high standard and extremely well equipped. It had everything we needed and more. The owner, Glenys was so lovely, made us feel really welcome even prior to arrival, so helpful and accommodating. Every room is spacious and spotlessly clean. We completely fell in love with the amazing large family kitchen and dining area which was just perfect for what we wanted as a family. The cottage is in a quiet area, peaceful and tranquil but close enough to the beaches, nearby villages and towns and wonderful walks. We highly recommend this property and cannot wait to return ourselves.

Barbara Knowles

We enjoyed a fabulous long weekend in this beautiful farmhouse in an ideal location for exploring the Llyn Peninsula.
The house is beautifully presented. Very comfortable, spacious and spotlessly clean. The kitchen area is lovely and very well equipped. Very quiet and peaceful. Lovely area for sitting outside and our grandson enjoyed playing on the grassed area. Beautiful beaches a short drive away … Llanbedrog, Abersoch, Whistling Sands and we enjoyed our visit to the National Trust property at Rhiw. Thank you for a lovely stay and for the welcome treats. Hope to return but will stay longer next time!

Jane Leary Pugh

A lovely cottage finished to a high standard.Perfectly situated for exploring Aberdaeron and surounding places.Peaceful,quiet and tranquill.The owner is lovely too. Thanks for the welcome treats.Much appreciated.We will return.

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