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- Near the Coast
- Luxury Accommodation
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Golfing Breaks
- Secure Storage
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Prys Mawr is a beautifully renovated farmhouse, now available for self-catering holidays set in a glorious rural location, with wonderful countryside views surrounding it on all sides. Its close to the charming seaside town of Criccieth and just a few miles from the beautiful coastline of the Llyn Peninsula.
Prys Mawr Sleeps 6
The farmhouse has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard and offers a warm Welsh welcome throughout. From the oak flooring on the ground floor, to the locally-made, solid oak doors throughout the farmhouse, every detail has been carefully considered, to present a holiday home from home.
On the ground floor, there is a state of the art kitchen, a welcoming sitting room and a separate dining room, as well as a walk-in wet room. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, each sleeping 2 people. There is one double room, one twin room and one twin room where the bed can be zip-locked to form a Super King sized bed. Each bedroom has an en-suite toilet, and the main double bedroom also has a shower.
Outside, there is an enclosed front lawned garden with comfortable garden furniture. Wifi is available.
For many visitors to Prys Mawr, the first port of call is to the delightful seaside resort of Criccieth, just a short distance away. Criccieth calls itself The Pearl of Wales on the Shores of Snowdonia, and that sums up Criccieths charms very neatly. The towns south-facing aspect, on the Cardigan Bay side of the Llyn Peninsula, gives it a mild climate much enjoyed by visitors. The imposing Criccieth Castle take centre stage in the town, and makes for an interesting visit, with some truly spectacular views. No visit to Criccieth would be complete, of course, without a trip to the famous Cadwaladers Ice Cream Parlour.
Further afield, Pwllheli and Porthmadog make for great day trips. Pwllheli might be best-known as a bucket and spade seaside town, but it has much more to offer than that. From its lively midweek market to its newly-built marina, there is plenty to see around town. For the energetic visitor, the area around Pwllheli is perfect for walking, cycling and horse-riding. For those of a more leisurely disposition, a boat trip into the bay could be just the ticket. Porthmadog has a charm all of its own, with its pretty harbour and stunning natural setting. A trip on the Ffestiniog Railway, from Porthmadog up to Blaenau Ffestiniog, is definitely recommended. Porthmadog has a strong crafts heritage, and there are many craft outlets throughout the town, most notably Snowdon Mill.
History lovers cannot fail to be bowled over by the areas many castles. Criccieth Castle is of course the closest castle to Prys Mawr, but the castles at Harlech, Caernarfon, Beaumaris and Conwy can all be reached easily on a day out.
Prys Mawr is perfectly located for beaches, castles, fun days out and more, across the Llyn Peninsula and beyond, but it is also the ideal base for a more get away from it all holiday. Wonderful country walks are quite literally on the doorstep at Prys Mawr. Cybi's Well and the Iron Age hillfort, Carn Pentyrch, are both close by and provide a fascinating focal point to a days walking. The Lon Goed path provides gentle walking through stunning countryside, down to the coast. Lucky walkers may spot pine martens or hares along the way, and if walking the whole way down to the coast, may even be rewarded by the sight of dolphins and porpoises in the bay. The Pwllheli - Porthmadog cycle path is also close by.
From fun summer holidays for the whole family, to outdoor adventures in the beautiful Welsh countryside, Prys Mawr has something to offer everyone. With days spent exploring this beautiful, unspoilt part of Wales, Prys Mawr is a welcoming and relaxing base for a memorable holiday.