2 Bedroom Cottage (Now Let)

Eifl Road, Trefor

Letting Information
Letting Type
Long term
Key Features
  • Central heating
  • White goods
  • Double glazed
Full Description

2 bedroomed end terraced cotttage to let in rhe lovely village of Trefor. 5 minutes walk to the beach. Good transport links to Pwllheli and and the historic castle town Caernarfon.

Newly refurbished with zoned underfloor heating and new flooring. The property also features double glazing throughout.

A double glazed front door leads into the good sized lounge and dining room featuring an oak fireplace. An original door leads through into the fitted kitchen with built in electric oven and halogen hob. Though another door into an ante space housing a washer dryer and highly efficient hot water cylinder. A final door leads into a fully tiled bathroom. The new bath has a shower over with a glass screen. Electric towel rail.

The downstairs is floored throughout with beautiful porcelain slate tiles with electric underfloor heating throughout. This is zoned as three separate areas and provides an efficient primary heat source.

Upstairs are two light double bedrooms again featuring zoned underfloor heating and new oak laminate flooring.

Viewing is highly recommended.

Trefor is a small village located on the edge of the Snowdonia Mountain Range below the rival mountains on the edge of the Llyn Peninsula. It is a coastal village that boasts a beach, local store and primary school with the market town of Pwllheli lying approximately 8 miles distant offering a wider range of amenities and leisure facilities including leisure centre, golf course, yachting marina and two sandy beaches.

Rising steeply behind the village is Yr Eifl and its neighbouring hills providing wonderful walking opportunities.

Yr Eifl is a range of three tall hills that dominate the skyline above Trefor. Tre'r Ceiri, the second highest of the hills has on one the best examples of a stone age or Neolithic settlement on its summit in Europe. Views from the summits, on a clear day, extend to Ireland, the whole of Cardigan Bay, Anglesey, Snowdonia, and the northern mountains of England. The centre peak, and tallest at 564 metres (1,850 ft), is called Garn Ganol; the most seaward, and smallest peak, is Garn For.

There is a football club in Trefor, which was re-established in the 2000–01 season. It has won one cup in its history, in the 2001–02 season. There is also a members club in the village, which has pool and darts teams. It is open every night and regularly hosts entertainment.

There are two retail outlets in Trefor: a village shop which opens between 7.00 am and 7.00 pm Monday to Friday with shorter hours at the weekend, and a post office. To the north end of the village is a children's play area that includes baby and older swings, a climbing frame, bouncy fish and duck, see-saw and rocking horse. It is possible to go on a pushchair-friendly circular walk, starting at the play area, down to the beach, across the headland and back into the village again.

Visitors can surf the other side of the harbour wall at Trefor. It can be a nice left hand point over a stony reef thrown off the headland. It holds up well in a southerly wind when the swell wraps around the point.