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Large Stone Cottage With Hot Tub and Sea Views | Ty-Newydd-Llannor

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Dog FriendlyNear BeachHot TubReal FireEV Charger
Pwllheli
 
 

Ty-Newydd-Llannor is a magnificent large stone cottage with hot tub and sea views. Located in the heart of the Llyn countryside, it comes with gorgeous views of the Tudwal Islands, and even has an original working waterwheel.

A handsome and contemporary rural escape, the cottage sleeps up to 14 guests. It is perfect for a big birthday, special anniversary, or an extended family getaway. It comes with a handy ground floor ensuite double bedroom, ideal if someone in your party prefers not to do stairs.

Equidistant between Pwllheli and Nefyn, you’ll find Ty-Newydd-Llannor

in a peaceful countryside setting on the edge of the small village of Llannor. The cottage is perfectly placed for exploring the coastal towns of Pwllheli, Abersoch, and Criccieth, and the many lovely beaches and bays of Pen Llyn. It’s just a short hop to some of the region’s best attractions including Portmeirion, Zip World, and the Welsh Highland Steam Railway.

There’s no doubt that this large stone cottage with hot tub and sea views comes with some serious wow factor. It’s gorgeous. Recently restored to create a supremely comfortable 21st century holiday hideaway, it is bright and inviting, packed full of original features, and beautifully presented throughout.

As well as that double ensuite bedroom on the ground floor, you’ll find a large living room with exposed beams, original stonework, and wood flooring. Supremely comfortable plush sofas are arranged around an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. It’s a really convivial space. From the living room, you can walk through to a stunning oak conservatory – this is a real showstopper, looking out across rolling parkland and countryside to the sea, with views of Ynysoedd Tudwal / the Tudwal Islands. Double doors open out from the conservatory onto a terrace, with a large lawned garden beyond.

The kitchen is another very impressive space. Featuring a large range cooker as well as smart granite worktops and slate flooring, it has all the kit and caboodle you could possibly need. There is an oak dining table to seat 14, and an additional breakfast bar seating area. Bifold doors open out onto the garden terrace, ideal for al fresco dining. Also on the ground floor, you’ll find a handy separate utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer, a downstairs loo and separate shower room.

On the first floor of this magnificent large stone cottage with hot tub and sea views, there are four beautiful double bedrooms, including one ensuite. There is also a large ‘double twin’ room with four single beds – ideal for the children – and two good sized family bathrooms, one with roll top bath, and the other with a large walk-in shower. On the second floor you’ll find a ‘secret’ large snug lounge, with giant beanbags and plasma TV. Perfect for the children or teenagers to find some private space of their own.

The house sits in around four acres of grounds, which include a small lake (fenced in) and mature parkland. The indoor living space extends into the garden via an inviting dining terrace adjacent to the conservatory, and a well-established south and west facing lawned garden. There is a fantastic hot tub with plenty of room for a gang. It is a supremely peaceful and beautiful setting, a great place to sit back and contemplate the view.

To the rear of the cottage is an attractive courtyard, which offers ample parking for guests. You’ll also find a large games room out there (it’s more of a barn), with a pool table, ping pong, darts, sofas and assorted other games. Perfect.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Beach, Hot Tub, Real Fire, Large Cottage, EV Charger
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, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, Smart TV, Games Room, Ping Pong Table, Pool Table, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests, Security Deposit Required
Outside
Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden
Additional Information
Attic room has smart tv and bean bags to sit on.
Outside there is a play room with pool table, table tennis and dart board, and sofas to sit on.

The hot tub may not be ready for use on the first night due to back to back changeovers.


***Please note a £300 security deposit will be pre-authorised on your card. This will be released in full after a post-departure inspection (usually within 15 working days).***
 

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Location

 

Pen Llyn – the Llyn Peninsula – is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one of Britain’s oldest pilgrimage routes. On both counts it’s not hard to see why.

An exceptional and dramatic shoreline of coves, cliffs, bays, secret sandy beaches, offshore islands and stacks, wild beating waves – it’s a picture of what an idyllic coastal wilderness might look like.

The cottage is around five miles north of the seaside town of Pwllheli. This is a real maritime town, with a large marina and sailing community, and some great sandy beaches. You’ll find plenty of shops, cafés, restaurants and bars, and there are a couple of large supermarkets if you need to restock your stores whilst you’re there.

Head around five miles in the other direction – and to the other coast of Pen Llyn – and you’ll arrive at Porthdinllaen near Nefyn. It’s home to a beautifully sheltered sandy bay and what is consistently voted one of the best bars in the world – the Ty Coch Inn. An idyllic place for a pint and a ploughman’s, but do check opening times before you visit. There’s also a very decent craft brewery and tap room – Cwrw Llyn – in the town.

The charming coastal village of Criccieth is around 13 miles away, with its traditional Welsh tearooms, some great places to eat out, as well as some very decent fish & chips. Expect attractive independent shops and some very browsable galleries and antiques. There’s even a traditional Welsh clog maker who still has his workshop in the town. Oh, and a medieval castle to watch over it all. It’s a great place to explore.

This magnificent large stone cottage with hot tub and sea views is a short drive from some great family activities and adventures, including the petting zoo at Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm (10 miles), Glasfryn Parc with its karting and wakeboarding centre (6 miles), and Bounce Below, Zip World and Llechwedd slate mine at Blaenau Ffestiniog (30 miles).

For slightly more grown-up days out, head to Portmeirion and its Italian style fantasy village (18 miles), or Harlech with its steep winding streets and UNESCO-listed 13th century fortress (25 miles). Or how about a day out on a steam railway? The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland railway are a splendid way to see North Wales, with regular departures from Porthmadog (15.5 miles). Abersoch, with its buzzing bistros, bars, boutiques and beaches, is around ten miles away.

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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Availability

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Guests
Max Adults:
14
Max Children:
8
Max Infants:
1
Maximum number of adults and children is 14
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Guest Reviews

 
Trudi Davies
 
 

Thank you and the very helpful owners and their cleaning lady (one of the girls got stuck in a soft verge and needed AA)…all very helpful…
Lovely welcome homemade cake and fizz…
Gorgeous house with everything we needed and hot tub was immaculate…
Thanks again, kind regards
Trudi…🌟

Claire
 
 

Brilliant space for a large party in beautiful surroundings. Very comfortable and spacious – the photos don’t do it justice. It has had the most well-equipped kitchen of any holiday rental I have stayed in. Lovely crockery, cutlery and matching glassware (champagne flutes, gin balloons, hi and low ball tumblers to name a few!) as well as outdoor dining equipment, endless pots, pans and kitchen gadgets – they even have an egg poaching pan! 2 dishwashers, 2 kettles, 2 fridges and freezers – you could easily cater for large numbers. Lovely welcome pack including a massive chocolate cake and a bottle of prosecco on arrival and all necessities already there (cleaning products, cling film, foil – even dishwasher tablets which is very rare!). Thank you so much for a fabulous stay – we will definitely be back!

Neil Heyes
 
 

What can we say other than Wow!
Fantastic house with everything you could possibly need. Even with 13 of us in the house, there was still always a quiet corner.
Cannot recommend highly enough!

Loo
 
 

Ann and Hugh’s house is stunningly beautiful. Everything had been thought of, and there were some lovely touches like a welcome hamper and a delicious home made cake. The kitchen was well stocked and was lovely to cook in. We will definitely be coming back. You certainly get what you pay for and we feel like we have had a real treat of a weekend.

David and Jane Owen
 
 

The perfect place to stay with a large family. The house was spotless, extremely well equipped, huge (but still cosy), and had the nicest owners you could ever meet.
We were delighted with the welcome box that was waiting for us which included a yummy homemade cake.
We will be booking again so that we can see more of the beautiful gardens in the summer.

Anne Dixon-Winders
 
 

Beautiful house, in a fabulous location, everything we needed for our family celebration. Our family ranges from our 9 month old great granddaughter to me celebrating my 80th birthday, Couldn’t have asked for more. Very pleasant owners Ann & Hugh were on hand if needed, Thank you for our experience.

Bev Whittaker
 
 

I have just spent a lovely week at this cottage for my 60th birthday with my family. Truly amazing in every way! Very clean and comfortable with plenty of room in all areas. Hugh and Ann made us feel very welcome and we got to see the waterwheel in action!
Perfect location, quiet and peaceful with views out to the sea. Hot tub was excellent and I loved the tree swing.
Fantastic cottage all round, the dogs loved the space too x

Mandy Burford
 
 

We had a lovely stay at Ty Newydd, the house was beautiful and clean and the views from the house were stunning. Ann and Hugh were lovely hosts, very welcoming and checked on us during the week. The facilities were fantastic, loved the games room and the basketball hoop! We definitely recommend!

Ellie Milne
 
 

A wonderful stay at this amazing property. So spacious and spotlessly clean. Plenty of room for all of us aged 9 to 81. The welcome pack, cake and Prosecco were much appreciated. Ann and Hugh were great hosts! Very lucky with the weather and some lovely local days out. The attic room and games room were a big hit with the kids. Whilst the adults relaxed in the beautiful conservatory. The landscaped pond area was very pretty and the dogs loved racing around in the grounds. A lovely place and lots of family memories made.

Cathy Topp
 
9/7/23
 

Ty-Newydd exceeded all our expectations and worked perfectly for our family of three generations. The house is beautiful, characterful, spacious and extremely well equipped. Ann and Hugh have thought of everything and there communication was excellent. We loved taking in the stunning view whilst relaxing in the conservatory or the hot tub. The children had so much fun on the trampoline and enjoyed the freedom to play safely in the huge garden with an array of toys.
There was a much appreciated Welcome Package of tea, coffee, milk, flowers, Prosecco, and a delicious chocolate cake.
I would not hesitate to recommend a stay here and would love to return.

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