This characterful property was originally built in Georgian times and has since achieved a Grade II listed status. It is extraordinarily spacious, with enough bedrooms to sleep groups of up to 22 people. One of the main features of the house must be the magnificent dining room which has a table to seat 20; perfect for a large celebration. With a large sauna and a whirlpool bath, this property can turn a holiday into a truly luxurious break.
Seven bedrooms: First floor: 1 x family room with double, single with pull-out stacker bed and en-suite (shower, basin & WC), 1 x family room with double & single beds with en-suite (shower, basin & WC), 1 x double with en-suite (sauna with walk-in shower, basin & WC), 1 x double with basin. Second floor: 1 x family room with 3 single beds, one with pull-out stacker bed & room off with single bed & en-suite (shower, basin & WC), 1 x family room with double & single bed with additional pull-out stacker bed, walk through dressing room & en-suite (shower, basin & WC), 1 x adult bunk with basin. First floor bathroom with whirlpool bath, WC & basin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin & WC. Well-equipped kitchen. Dining room with hostess trolley & mini-fridge. Large sitting room (seats 12) with folding breakfast table & entry to kitchen. Second sitting room (seats 9) with sofa bed.
Electric storage heaters. Large 4 oven & 6-ring electric cooking range, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Freeview in sitting rooms, 5 x TV/DVD in bedrooms (no reception, for DVD use only). DVD player, video, stereo/CD player, WiFi. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Cot, highchair and stairgates available. Small enclosed sitting area with patio, BBQ & raised, decked viewing area. Limited roadside parking, small free car park 200 yards away and a further pay and display car park (free overnight parking) 500 yards away. 2 well-behaved pets welcome. Shops/pubs & sea front 2 mins walk. Note: One of the double rooms has a bed that's accessed from one side only.
Caernarfon is one of the most historical towns in the United Kingdom: there are few others who can claim to have been continually inhabited since Stone Age times. Evidence of its history is most evident in the famous Caernarfon Castle, which began its construction in 1283 as a fortress, a seat of government and a home for royalty. The town itself is the site of many events and festivals throughout the year, such as the UK Strong Man Competition, the Caernarfon Festival and meetings of the North Wales Automobile Club. The Welsh Highland Railway offers trips through the region, where you can begin to fully appreciate the splendour of the region and you can take a boat out on a fishing trip from the local harbour. The town itself is well-served by restaurants and shops and its close proximity to the local beaches offer the chance to get the best of coast and country.
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.