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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 4 Pets Not accepted Region North Wales Town/village Porthmadog

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Comfortable Family Retreat, near Porthmadog (WAG516WA)

For lovers of the great outdoors, sea, sky and coastline, this property is a dream come true! The Property is a truly stunning property in an enviable location overlooking the Glaslyn Estuary and coastline at Porthmadog, on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. This recently refurbished property boasts four en suite bedrooms and an open-plan, contemporary living space with full-height windows offering amazing views.

The accommodation at The Property is beautifully presented to the highest standards. Stairs from the large ground floor entrance (with WC and basin) lead up to the huge living room with architectural feature windows running the full length of the room, offering a light, open aspect and wonderful views (please note these windows have no opaque coverings). Patio doors give access out to the balcony overlooking the harbour. The room has lovely wooden flooring with underfloor heating and combines a comfortable seating area with leather suite, smart TV, wireless sound system and WiFi, and a dining area with large table and chairs adjacent to the kitchen area. The smart, well-equipped kitchen incorporates electric double oven, steam oven and warming drawer, large fridge/freezer with ice making and water filter facility, wine cooler, microwave and dishwasher. There is a separate utility/drying room with a washing machine and tumble dryer, also on this floor. The four bedrooms each have en suite facilities. On the top floor is the stunning Master Suite with a super king size bed, centrally placed in front of the full-height windows and patio doors opening onto a balcony, to appreciate the coastal views and dark night skies; a large walk in wardrobe and section of the bedroom set aside for relaxing/yoga; the open-plan en suite bathroom has a contemporary bath with hand shower attachment, large walk-in shower enclosure, WC, basin and bidet. On the first floor is a king size bedroom with doors onto the balcony, and an en suite shower room. A corridor leads to two comfortable twin bedrooms, each with en suite shower room, and a second games/sitting room with comfortable seating, smart TV,woodburning stove and table tennis.

Outside, The Property has plenty of parking adjacent, for several cars and/or boats. There is a first floor decking balcony with outdoor furniture and views over the harbour, estuary, Snowdonia mountains and coastline. If guests can bear to tear themselves away from this luxurious accommodation with glorious outlook, it is just a short stroll into Porthmadog, for shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as the Marina, Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Steam Railways, golf club and much, much more. The Glaslyn Estuary is a haven for wildlife, including rare and migrating sea birds; there are walks and cycle routes, mountains and beaches all within easy reach. Please note that there is no gate between the property and the unprotected marina wall. Young children should be supervised at all times.

Although the property does not take dogs the owner does occasionally take her own dog.

Slipway for boats and launching/mooring can be arranged for a fee

£500 security deposit requested please

Electricity and central heating included

Bed linen and towels provided

No Smoking Please

  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Open Fire
  • Seaviews
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Water Views
  • Parking, Private


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


Located on the edge of Snowdonia Park this harbour town is a great base for a walking holiday or outdoor activity trip. There are several mountain ranges nearby with the Glaslyn estuary forming part of the unspoilt Cardigan Bay. The long sandy beach at Blackrock Sands is very popular for bathing and water sports, or for something different visit the Blackrock Llama Centre which offers guided llama treks from the Coed y Brenin Forest Park.

Previously a busy shipping port, its interesting seafaring history can be explored at the local Maritime Museum. The pretty village at Portmeirion is a must see, with stunning Italian buildings and colourful gardens. Surrounding the resort are around 70 acres of woodland walks and within the village points of interest include Hercules Hall, Central Piazza, Battery Square and the Shell Grotto.

There are several railway lines to choose from, to travel along the coastline and to neighbouring towns to day trips. The Harbour Station runs historic steam engines and the Highland Heritage Railway takes visitors on a short journey to the Engine Sheds. Harlech Castle has a floating bridge which connects with the onsite visitor centre and impressive views from the battlements. Another fortress well worth a visit is Criccieth Castle which is perched on the cliffs overlooking Tremadog Bay.

North Wales

North Wales showcases some of the UK's most varied landscape, from the snow-capped mountains of Snowdonia to the beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. Indeed, it is one of the only parts of Britain where you can be in the mountains in the morning and at the seaside by the afternoon. The diverse animal life of the region reflects this, with everything from otters to ospreys and seals to dolphins.

Not many places are imbued with such history and heritage, which is reflected throughout the region from cottages to castles! Attractions abound, with zoos and farms, steam railways and activity centres. There are regular events from international cultural festivals and shows to family fun days.

The area also offers a huge range of outdoor activities; walking, cycling, fishing, golf and water-sports to name only a few. In many parts of North Wales the spoken language is Welsh, not English, although people who cannot or will not speak the latter are rare, and signposts and other notices always display their message in both languages.

Area North Wales Nearest shop 0.5 miles Nearest pub 0.5 miles


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