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Large eight Bedroom Keepers Lodge On The Llyn Peninsula | LLety-Ceidwaid

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Pet FriendlyNear BeachHot TubNear PubReal FireFarm Stay
Nefyn
 
 

A large eight bedroom Keepers Lodge on the Llyn Peninsula, Llety-Ceidwaid is the ideal property for bigger groups or families wanting to get together on a rural break. Located in a remote setting surrounded by green fields, the sprawling property can sleep up to twenty people, with a number of reception spaces.

The entrance to the property opens into a large conservatory style lean-to that runs the length of the building. This bright airy space with a tiled stone floor features an ample kitchen space to one end, including farmhouse style units in white, with black marble effect worktops. As well as large gas oven range, the kitchen features a double door fridge freezer with cold water dispenser, a microwave oven, kettle, toaster and coffee machines. There are a number of drawer and cupboard units providing storage space.

This reception space also features a rustic four seater breakfast table, as well as another seating area including a wooden bench and comfy tub chairs with views out over the surrounding country side. With coat storage and plenty of open floor space, this room is ideal for kicking off muddy walking boots and coats after long countryside walks. To the far end of the room, a door leads through to a communal bathroom finished in traditional white tiles, with a corner bath unit and shower over.

Two doors lead from the conservatory space. To the kitchen end, an opening leads into a large communal dining room with a pitched ceiling and exposed wooden beams. A large pine dining table and benches seating up to sixteen people dominates the space. Alongside this, there are a number of pine side units, a drinks fridge and a couple of cosy two seater leather sofas, providing the ideal socialising space for the full group. Painted in natural greens with an impressive countryside mural to one wall, this room is the perfect space to gather together after a busy day exploring the Llyn Peninsula.

A third reception room can also be accessed from the conservatory. This central lounge area is a double height space with two comfortable leather sofas and armchair set around a large inglenook fireplace, with an open log fire. A large flat screen TV site above the mantel of the fireplace, making it a cosy space for smaller groups to break out if desired. From this room a number of doors, openings and stairs lead to the warren of bedrooms featured in the property.

With eight bedrooms in total, along with four bathrooms, this large Keepers Lodge on the Llyn Peninsula can sleep up to twenty people in total. The bedrooms come in various shapes and sizes, some larger comfortable rooms and some being more compact with little space move around, making them ideal for the children of the group. From the central lounge area, four bedrooms can be directly accessed. These include two small doubles, a family room including a single and double bed with an en-suite shower room, and finally a cosy double room on a mezzanine level above the lounge. All bedrooms are carpeted and decorated in neutral tones of green and brown with chunky wooden furniture and light coloured bedding.

A further corridor leads from the lounge to the other four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The ground floor features two double bedrooms and bathrooms, the largest of the double bedrooms being located at the furthest end of the property. This room features a high pitched ceiling, large wooden bedframe, rustic furniture and two windows providing plenty of light. The bedroom is ideal for those wanting a little more privacy and space. Stairways lead up from this part of the property to the final two bedrooms, one comprising of a double bed, single bed and camp bed where the final room includes two beds. Both bathrooms to this end of the property are finished in natural stone coloured tiles with a walk in corner shower.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Pet Friendly, Near Beach, Hot Tub, Near Pub, Real Fire, Farm Stay, Large Cottages
Essentials
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
Inside
3 Pets, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Smart TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests
Outside
Private Garden, Off street parking, BBQ
Additional Information
Secluded property on private drive with open view of the countryside.
 

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Outdoor space is key at this large eight bedroom Keepers Lodge on the Llyn Peninsula. A large gravelled courtyard surrounds the property to three sides, with plenty of parking space available. The trees surrounding the courtyard space to two sides, open to provide glimpses of the surrounding countryside and nearby hills. There's plenty of socialising space outdoors including a large outdoor wooden dining table and benches. Surrounded by additional outdoor seating, there is also a stone surround firepit which is perfect for firing up on those evening summer nights. Finally, finish off the evening outdoors with a dip in the large hot tub which is located in this perfect outdoor social space. Being such a large property, it's ideal to have a number of different social zones where the large group can split into smaller numbers if necessary.

The remote location of this property makes it ideal for large groups wanting to get away for a rural break, but the central location on the Llyn Peninsula provides the opportunity to explore the area by car or by foot. Being set in the middle of the countryside, the nearest country pub (Y Bryncynan) is almost 2.5 miles away. It's walkable along the relatively flat and quiet country lanes, but be sure to bring a torch for the walk back in darkness. With a designated driver in tow, the town of Pwllheli is only a twenty minute drive away with a number of pubs and restaurants.

For lovers of the coastal scenery of North Wales, a ten minute drive leads to the spectacular Porthdinllaen Beach near Morfa Nefyn. The stunning fishing village set in a cove is inaccessible by car and can be reached via a cliff top walk through the Nefyn Golf Club. Parking at Morfa Nefyn National Trust car park, the walk of just over a mile provides amazing coastal views, with the reward being a refreshing drink at the Ty Coch Inn located right on the beach. A truly magical setting and popular spot on the Llyn Peninsula. With a number of award winning sandy beaches in the area, it's the perfect destination for lovers of the seaside. The popular resort town of Abersoch is less than half an hour drive from Llety-Ceidwaid, with stunning beaches, great food and a vibrant atmosphere.

 
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