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Spacious Dog Friendly Cottage with Charming Gardens | Bwthyn Lon Dywod

Dog FriendlyReal Fire

This spacious dog friendly cottage with charming gardens lies roughly halfway between the market town of Pwllheli and the coastal village of Nefyn and makes the ideal base for exploring Pen Llyn (the Llyn Peninsula). With around 100 miles of stunning coastline, attractive villages, unspoilt countryside and a wealth of wildlife, Pen Llyn is the ideal destination for outdoors lovers.

The cottage itself is surprisingly spacious, sleeping up to eight guests in four bedrooms, with a large kitchen diner and beautiful gardens with plenty of space for your four legged friends to enjoy.

On the ground floor the kitchen-diner is the heart of the house, a light, bright space, the kitchen offers plenty of room to enjoy sociable meals with a large dining table seating eight, as well as a long kitchen island that’s perfect for casual breakfasts or enjoying a glass of wine whilst cooking dinner.

The kitchen is well equipped with a double oven, hob, microwave, four slice toaster, American style fridge-freezer and a dishwasher, with the added advantage of an adjoining utility/ boot room with a washing machine and separate sink. The boot room offers an ideal area for placing pet beds and serves as a convenient place for cleaning both muddy boots and dirty paws after a day of exploring.

Also on the ground floor is the living room, family bathroom with a bath with shower over, and two bedrooms, a standard double with statement wooden framed bed, matching bedside tables and a wardrobe providing ample storage, and a kingsize en-suite with a large walk-in shower, and triple wardrobe.

The living room is a pleasant triple aspect room with views over the garden. With a large corner sofa, and additional smaller sofa there is plenty of seating to relax after a day out, or to enjoy family film night on the smart TV; ward off the cold on chilly evenings with a real fire in the wood burning stove. The property has Superfast broadband which is ideal for streaming films or planning the next day's activities.

Upstairs are two further bedrooms. The first is a cosy room with twin beds tucked under the eaves, with a skylight and gable end window providing plenty of natural light; the second is a more spacious room with two standard single beds, and a chest of drawers for storage. Also upstairs is a small landing snug area with a sofa, a cloakroom with washbasin and WC, and a ‘den’ with bean bags which provides a great chill out area for children and teens.

Outside there are several lovely spots to relax at this spacious dog friendly cottage with charming gardens. From the kitchen, patio doors open onto a terraced area with outdoor dining table, ideal for summer breakfasts, while the wider garden provides peace and seclusion with plenty of space for both people and pets to enjoy. With off-road parking for four cars on the private driveway Bwthyn Lon Dywod is ideal for families sharing.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Real Fire
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, Games Room, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Iron and ironing board, Smart TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests
Private Garden, Enclosed garden, Off street parking, Bike Storage

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Bwthyn Lon Dywod makes the ideal base to explore the countryside and coastline of the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. This spacious dog friendly cottage with charming gardens lies roughly halfway between the market town of Pwllheli and the coastal village of Nefyn, and is ideally located for exploring both the northern and southern coastline of Pen Llyn.

Watersports enthusiasts can take advantage of miles of coastline with a number of sheltered beaches on the southern side of the peninsula and more exposed beaches, with bigger waves, on the northern side. Paddleboarding, kayaking, surfing and coasteering are all popular activities and ‘have a go’ sessions can be organised through a number of local water sports providers such as Abersoch Hydro, Abersoch Watersports and Offaxis. There is a large marina in Pwllheli (approximately a ten minute drive from Bwthyn Lon Dywod) along with Plas Heli, The Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre, as well as South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club (SCYC) in nearby Abersoch, which hosts a calendar of sailing events throughout the year.

Walkers can enjoy miles of stunning footpaths along the Wales Coast Path, easily accessed from many local beaches. On the Southern side of the peninsula enjoy routes taking in Pwllheli, Llanbedrog and Abersoch with views across Bae Ceredigion (Cardigan Bay) towards Harlech. On the northern side enjoy a more rugged landscape as you pass the villages of Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn, Tudweiliog and Aberdaron.

If you have an interest in local history, the National Trust visitor centre of Porth y Swnt in Aberdaron offers the opportunity to learn about the history of the village and the wider area, including the mystical Ynys Enlli, also known as Bardsey island. This enchanting island has a rich history and is a great place to enjoy coastal wildlife and seabirds; day trips can be arranged in fair weather. History lovers might also enjoy the Maritime Museum in Nefyn, and the National Trust owned manor house and gardens at Plas yn Rhiw.

For days out try nearby Criccieth with its castle ruins, or venture a bit further to Porthmadog for the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railway experience. Alternatively, immerse yourself in the whimsical world of the Italianate village of Portmeirion.

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