had a 2 night stay, the cottage is a home from home, it is equipped with everything required for a nice relaxing break, with great coastal walks, and a fantastic beach 15-20 mins walk away, we were able to take the dog, which, for us was a great advantage, no kennel fees and another reason to enjoy the walking.
A small local shop is 5 mins walk away, for the basics, and a large supermarket is 10 mins drive away, in the holiday town of Pwhelli, and the great beaches of Abersoch is10 mins drive in the other direction.
As we were only there a short time, we did not get to enjoy the garden, however, it would be a great place to have a barbecue on a summer evening, looking out over the fields.
We would have liked to stay longer.
Stayed for 2 nights and it was lovely, cottage is well presented and has everything you need. The Beds made up on arrival, cosy lounge with wood burner, tv, board games in dining room. Very spacious even though it's an old cottage. Kitchen very big with dining table. Garden at rear overlooked fields with shire horses and rabbits were out in the morning and night. We took our dog as well who loved the garden. Local pub called the ship is a 5-10 minute walk away, this has a lovely beer garden and served food at certain times during the day. Londis and a pharmacy the opposite direction about 15 min walk and another pub nearby. The beach is a 20 min walk away with the famous beach huts. There is a lovely bar next to the beach. The cottage is a great base to explore north wales. Pwllheli nearby and Caernarfon.
Stayed here on the recommendation of a friend.
We weren't disappointed.
The cottage is lovely and is fitted out to a high spec.
There has been no expense spared on the decor and furniture and the bathroom is particularly impressive.
The location is good, with a handy local mini market a 5 min walk away.
We drove to Nefyn (15 mins away) and walked along the beach to the Ty-Coch inn (one of the best pubs in the world)
We also visited Abersoch and Pwllheli, both close by.
Llanbedrog beach is very close by and we took the exhausting steps up to the tin man statue on the headland followed by a walk along the beach.
This is a perfect bolt hole for exploring the Llyn peninsula and its surroundings.