About this property


This is a fine example of a Welsh Crog loft cottage, over 300 years old. A grade II listed building the current owner has completed a stylish empathetic restoration in 2019 paying particular attention to detail to retain many original features including exposed beamed ceilings and period features to compliment its local heritage.

The property has a proven holiday letting income achieving approximatley £20,000 gross over a 10 month period, the property is occupied in 2021 until 20th August, after this date any new owner can make the property available for further bookings if desired. Viewings can only be undertaken on Friday changeover days.

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Sutton Kersh - Auctions
2 Cotton Street,
L3 7DY

t. 0151 207 6315
f. 0151 207 6316

Full Description


This is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in a beautiful tranquil setting, nestled in an idyllic coastal location to the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula with unsurpassed views to the Irish Sea with the Mythical Island of Bardsey ( Enlli) in the foreground and access onto the nearby ancient pilgrim paths and the Welsh coastal footpath.

Ground Floor

The accommodation provides a stable door into the kitchen/ dining area with an Esse iron heart stove and lovely views from all windows. The lounge is a stunning character filled room with its beamed ceilings and log burning stove set in its feature fireplace. A ladder provides access to a crog loft area above. The 2 bedrooms are delightfully designed with the master bedroom having its own wood burner to the corner of the room and a Japanese soak tub. A decadent shower room with W/C compliments both bedrooms.


The outside offers private parking for two cars and a modern barn provides an excellent storage/ workshop/ utility with light/power and plumbing for washing machine. Lawned garden and a peaceful patio garden area with stone walling, a perfect al fresco dining sun trap overlooking Bardsey.


Bryn Canaid, Uwch Mynydd, Pwllheli, Gwynedd

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