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Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage Near Pwllheli | Glanffrwd

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear Pub

Located in the quiet Llyn Peninsula village of Efailnewydd, Glanffrwd is a lovely three bedroom holiday cottage near Pwllheli, ideal for families or a group of friends. With three bedrooms, sleeping five in total, the property also features outdoor space and is a fabulous base to explore the area.

Stepping into the property, a hallway leads to a lounge, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor - the reception rooms both having beautiful herringbone flooring. The lounge to the front of the property is has a minimalist feel to the decor, simply decorated with a blend of traditional and modern furniture. A two seater wooden framed sofa upholstered in Melin Tregwynt fabric, sits alongside two armchairs in the same style, along with a round coffee table positioned centrally. A side is unit is located to the corner of the room, housing a large Smart TV next to a cosy electric log burner installed into the chimney breast with slate hearth and stone lintel. A funky sheep footstool completes the layout and a free standing lamp adds the option of softer lighting.

The second reception room, a dining room, also features an open fireplace in the same style as the lounge. Located centrally,beautiful Fired Earth round dining table is finished with oak top and cream coloured legs, matching the dining chairs. An accompanying sideboard unit is located on the wall nearest the door, with table lamp along with artwork and a mirror positioned on the wall. Completing the ground floor layout, a kitchen to the rear of the property is bright and airy with grey coloured units and wooden laminate worktops. The u shaped layout includes an under counter fridge with ice box, an oven with grill and electric hob, combination microwave, toaster, kettle and ample cupboard storage. Set off from the main house, accessed through the courtyard, a useful boot / utility room is located next to the kitchen with washing machine and freezer

Heading upstairs in this three bedroom holiday cottage near Pwllheli, the layout comprises a double bedroom, a twin room and a single along with a spacious bathroom. The double is a fabulous room to the front of the house, with a large wooden framed bed positioned centrally between two pine bedside cabinets with lamps. A dressing table and stool sit opposite the bed and a large pine wardrobe with drawers is located on the side wall. Blue accents in the soft furnishings provide a contrast to the neutral tones of the room and the dark wooden furniture. The twin room, to the rear of the property, has exposed floorboards and two single divan style beds with large patterned headboards.A large double wardrobe provides plenty of clothes storage space and windows to two aspects allow natural light to flood in. The final bedroom, a compact single, also has exposed floorboards, a wooden framed single bed, bedside table with lamp and wall shelving including hangers for clothing. Linen bedding and sheets cover the beds and soft wool throws.Completing the upstairs layout, an inviting bathroom includes a bath with shower over, basin, WC and wall shelving for storage. Cream coloured tiles around the bath contrast beautifully with the striking pale blue colour of the walls, and the wood strip flooring.
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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly
Near Beach
Near Pub
Central Heating
Smoke detector
First Aid kit
Fire extinguisher or blanket
2 Pets
Freezer (not icebox)
Washing Machine
Iron and ironing board
Smart TV
Mobile phone reception
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking
Bike Storage

Floor Plans




With off road parking and a small private courtyard, Glanffrwd is conveniently located on the outskirts of Pwllheli, making it ideal for exploring the Llyn Peninsula. A very short drive leads into the town centre, which has numerous restaurants, bars and shops. To the west of the three bedroom holiday cottage near Pwllheli are numerous stunning beaches and seaside resorts, suitable for the whole family. Llanbedrog beach, popular with families is a beautiful stretch of coast with shallow waters, golden sand and brightly coloured beach huts. With a beach bar located to one end, fabulous woodland walks and scenery, it's a spot that shouldn't be missed. Slightly further west, the popular resort of Abersoch is a hit with visitors, thanks to its stunning beach, water sports and vibrant cafe and restaurant scene.

History fans should head to the seaside town of Criccieth, to visit the imposing Criccieth Castle sitting at the high point of the town, providing fabulous views into Eryri (Snowdonia) and along Cardigan Bay from here. Be sure to stop into Cadwalader's for some amazing ice cream, or grab a sea front lunch at Dylan's Restaurant, located in a fabulous art deco building. Another pretty seaside village, Aberdaron is a great destination and starting point for some coastal walks. The north coast of the Llyn Peninsula offers a wide range of quieter and wilder beaches along the Llwybr Arfordir Cymru (Wales Coast Path) including Porthdinllaen and the famed Ty Coch Inn, a beachside pub with fabulous beach parties and great summer vibe. Access is via a beach walk from Morfa Nefyn or a cliff top walk across the Morfa Nefyn Golf Course, adding to the charm of this quaint seaside village. Families will love Glasfryn Parc, an activity centre with outdoor and indoor attractions. From go karting to archery, kayaking to ten pin bowling, it's a great spot to spend a day while in the area. The wonderfully eccentric Portmeirion is not too far from Efailnewydd and another great place to spend the day.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Pwllheli

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Guest Reviews

Julie Wheeldon

Excellent area to stay close to all sorts of entertainment for all, whether it be walking beach days sea activities it’s all there. Lovely welcome pack. Beautifully clean and all amenities provided. Suits all age range except babies as no cots high chairs etc. We would definitely stay again.

The Somi Family

An amazing cottage with everything you need for a great holiday. The owner is very helpful and it was a nice touch of having a welcome drink and snacks on our arrival. At arrival, Rhys, the owner met us in person and showed us the cottage which was very helpful as well. He accommodated our requests regarding of the single duvets and the heating as well which was great, the house was very warm which we’ve loved. It is in a good location to explore the beautiful mountains and beaches of Wales. We highly recommend this cottage for everyone! 5 of us stayed in the cottage and it was very comfortable. Thank you so much again for having us. I wish you a success in your business!

Dave Millichap

A lovely cottage which was well appointed and had everything we needed for a comfortable stay.

Rhys the owner was super attentive and made sure we had everything we needed on arrival.

We highly recommend this cottage which is in a perfect location for exploring the beautiful Llyn peninsula.

We will be back!

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