Parc Melyn offers comfortable and accessible self-catering accommodation for coast and countryside holidays on the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, North Wales. Standing in a rural location in Rhoshirwaun, a tiny rural hamlet and surrounded by its own gardens, it’s a veritable haven of peace and tranquility for those seeking holidays in a coastal location away from the bustle of busier seaside resorts.
This dog-friendly holiday cottage has been very nicely furnished by its owners, incorporating facilities to ensure it appeals to families and friends, whether planning a relaxing seaside holiday an action-packed break or walking holidays the Coast Path and in Snowdonia.
Accommodation in this large and comfortable countryside cottage comprises:
• A spacious lounge/diner
• Well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
• 2 double bedrooms (1 on the ground floor)
• 1 1st floor triple bedroom
• 1 single bedroom
• 2 bathrooms – I on each floor
Facilities in the kitchen include just about everything you would expect for preparing meals from big breakfasts to seriously good dinners. It has an electric hob and oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, washing machine, separate tumble drier and all the necessary utensils, crockery and cutlery for entertaining up to 8 guests.
Other facilities at Parc Melyn include:
• 42” TV with Sky
• Unlimited WiFi
• All Utilities: gas, oil, electricity
• Bed linen and towels
• A veritable library of books, board-games and DVDs
• Patio furniture and BBQ for meals on sunny days or under a canopy of stars on balmy evenings
• Plenty of off-road parking space for cars and boats.
1-2 well-behaved pets are very welcome in the cottage. The first pet has a free holiday while there is only a small charge of £20 for a second pet
The cottage will also appeal to couples who, outside school holidays and the peak summer season, are entitled to a discount on the standard rate if only using one bedroom. Please request information when booking.
This accessible countryside cottage lies within easy reach of many sandy beaches and the picturesque little towns and villages in this far corner of Gwynedd, including Aberdaron, Morfa Nefyn, the popular yachting harbour at Abersoch and further afield to Porthmadog, (for the Ffestiniog Railway). For days out, go rambling in Snowdonia’s mountains, or for an easier life, let the train take the strain as it hauls you to the top of Mount Snowdon.