This ideally located coastal front apartment is perfect for exploring this seaside town on foot.
Located in a coastal complex, this first-floor apartment is less than 0.25 miles from the beach at Pwllheli, which is part of the Sarnau Special Area of Conservation. It is also adjacent to the Wales Coast Path, which means you have fantastic walks in either direction; east into Pwllheli, where you can stop and explore the town’s harbour before heading on towards Porthmadog, or west along the breathtaking Llyn Peninsula.
Sleeping four across two bedrooms, with two dogs allowed, the property is modern and chic, with light and airy rooms and a sociable open-plan layout that ensures nobody gets left out. The lounge area’s large bay window offers spectacular sea views, while the wooden flooring throughout the apartment ensures sandy feet and paws are not a problem; a useful touch, as outside there is a shared lawn area for enjoying summer picnics, with access out onto the beach. You also have use of a fantastic shared indoor heated swimming pool, although you will have to leave your canine companions behind while you take a dip. The pool is closed for annual maintenance between Christmas and Easter. At other times of the year, the complex management may need to close the pool or spa facilities for ad hoc maintenance.
With the beach and coastal path quite literally on your doorstep, there are things to see and do in every direction, with swimming, sailing, surfing and canoeing on offer to salty seadogs, and mile-upon-mile of fantastic walking and cycling for those who prefer to keep their paws on dry land. The town itself offers independent shops, restaurants, cafes and other amenities – including a supermarket – while the broader Llyn Peninsula provides plenty of opportunities to sniff out hidden coves and golden sands to the north and west. Alternatively, head east and after 10 miles you will find yourself at the edge of Snowdonia National Park, where countless mountain adventures await.