As with the other two houses on the Wern Estate, the attention to detail is second to none. The linen, the lighting, the plump feather pillows… each detail delights. This is an 18th-century, single-storey cottage whose gardens – with Llyn Peninsular views – are enclosed by sturdy stone walls. It’s perfect for young families. Enter a lofty, open-plan, clean-walled space where sitting room, dining room and kitchen blend into one. There are solid beech worktops and an eye-level oven, comfortable beige sofas topped with cushions, limed oak floors, a wood-burner (logs provided) and bursting bookshelves. The Pink Room has two single beds you can zip together and doors to a pretty sun terrace; the Yellow Room has a king-size bed, a vaulted ceiling and a long window seat for the views; the Green Room catches the sea. Outside in your own gardens the children can romp to their hearts’ content, while you sit back and celebrate the sunsets and stupendous views. Explore Black Rock Sands or haul yourself up Snowdonia, or let the little train take the strain – the mountain railway runs from early spring to November.