One of three wooden 1920s PVC-covered bungalows that is pure 70s inside, along with original wide oak floorboards and a colourful shag pile rug. Dotted about is some really good, mainly Welsh, modern art. A picture window in the sitting room looks out to the garden, where the sea laps against the wall at high tide.
In winter hunker down: read a book or watch the prolific bird life. Let the waves lull you to sleep in tiny, hobbit-like bedrooms with great charm – the single has original 70s hardback books, the double looks out at the view; in the morning, sit in bed with a cup of tea and feel happy. This is a much-loved family holiday home.
Apart from the beach and the sea in front of you there are fine castles, Snowdonia National Park for a hard climb or a pretty train ride, and much activity for those who like zip wiring or cavern trampolining at nearby Bounce Below.