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Moelfre - Shepherds Hut is a lovely, studio-style dwelling resting on the outskirts of Llanbedr, Gwynedd. Hosting one double bed along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to two guests. There is also an open-plan living space kitchen, dining rea and sitting area with woodburning stove. Outside there is off-road parking for one car, and a front garden with furniture, barbecue, fire pit and a log fired hot tub. Moelfre - Shepherds Hut is perfect for romantic getaways or solo trips to the stunning coast and countryside of North Wales.Please note: This property only accepts check-ins on a Monday and a Friday
Llanbedr is a pretty, quiet village nestled in ancient woodland between Snowdonia's mountains and the golden beaches of North Wales. The village is home to handy local shops, two excellent pubs, bike hire and trails taking you into the mountains. Lying next to the River Artro, there is also an array of wildlife to see around the outskirts of Llanbedr. This is a fantastic holiday location at any time of year, with the delights of Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay within reach.
All-ground-floor. Studio-style layout with double bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
Gwynedd is a magical county that is home to the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. In fact, a huge percentage of the county is covered by this wonderful National Park including majestic mountains, peaceful valleys, stunning flowing rivers and magical, fairytale castles and forests. You can also discover superb sandy beaches and fun filled coastal resorts. The county is also home to an abundance of culture and heritage, founded over two millennia ago. As the home of the Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd can easily boast some of the most outstanding scenery in the UK, making this county the perfect retreat from modern life and the hustle and bustle of city living. For visitors looking to enjoy some sightseeing there is plenty to keep you busy from Caernarfon Castle to Greenwood Forest Park and the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum. There are also a few railways to enjoy on a family day out taking in the sights and exploring the area. On the other hand if you would prefer to explore this magnificent county from the great outdoors, there is a huge collection of activities for visitors to enjoy. Try something new and exhilarating such as rock climbing, paintballing, White water rafting or a high ropes course.There are also fantastic opportunities to enjoy walking, trekking, cycling, horse riding, sailing, coasteering and much more. As Gwynedd boasts such a variety of landscape from mountains to countryside to coast, the county is the perfect place for producing fresh and delicious produce. Experience these wonderful foods at a local restaurant, pub or café whilst on your stay in Gwynedd. Looking for the ultimate romantic get away, why not search Luxury romantic self-catering in Wales.