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Villa 20264 Wales, UK

Sleeps: 12

Beach House
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Description

This celebrated house is one of the best properties for rental in north Wales.

The contemporary design echoes the property’s coastal location, with modern en suite wet rooms, open fires, state of the art kitchen, stylish conservatory and family games room. The general theme is ‘luxurious simplicity’, with cool clean lines and natural finishes such as stone, wood, glass and steel.

In the living room, guests can relax back into the two over sized leather sofas whilst enjoying breathtaking coastal views out beyond the raised decked area. From here steps down to a separate, more informal area with a large Vibiefe sofa, oak flooring and 50 inch TV with Blu-ray player and surround sound. The high tech ‘In-House Zon' music system makes it possible to enjoy high quality music anywhere in the house, with no limitations.

The Games Room is a relaxed and less formal area for playing Playstation 3, board games and for watching TV or DVD's . It has a wall mounted 40 inch flat screen TV and surround sound. There's a B&B Italia Charles Sofa, a design classic and a toughened glass wall exposes a bespoke staircase leading to one of the bedrooms. The study features reading chairs by B&B Italia, a bespoke oak desk, a table designed especially for the space and an arched ‘Twig' lamp. This is a place to read a book, write a postcard or relax and listen to music while looking out across the bay.

The stylist Bulthaup kitchen features floor to ceiling units and a central island. There is everything you could possibly need to make cooking effortless, together with a wine store and a double oven by Wolf. The glass cube conservatory can be accessed directly from the kitchen and the games room. The room's rustic table and benches means the space can also function as the breakfast room and has lovely rural views. Foscarini Caboche glass wall lights illuminate the space.Dining room.

A solid oak table top sits on two large ‘T' shaped toughened glass bases to give the feeling of floating drift wood. It seats 12 comfortably in ivory hide chairs by Mario Bellini for Cassina. A central feature of the room is the lighting above the dining table made of fine knitted copper wire. Sourced from Barcelona it is reminiscent of a fishing net. Above the white high gloss Silenia sideboard are four original paintings, their colours reflect the copper in the light and the turquoise of the sea. A feature wall of rough cut slate is to the left of a ribbon flame gas fire raised and recessed into the chimney face. A Tom Dixon mirrored copper shade pendant provides the centre piece to the glass, steel and oak staircase which sweeps down from the first floor into the dining room.

The bedrooms have their own unique feel with luxurious individual fabrics injecting colour, using blue, green and red tones.The furnishings are bespoke, designed and made by local craftsmen in a rustic yet contemporary style.

Natural sisal flooring is used almost throughout the upstairs with all six of the bathrooms having under-floor heating. Combinations of tiles in stone, marble, iridescent glass and ceramic feature in the bathrooms, along with power showers and stand alone bathtubs.

Distinctive features of the landscaped garden include a free-standing glass balustrade which surrounds the raised Garuppa wood sun deck. Rolling lawns, shrubs and trees provide the perfect backdrop to an evening barbecue.

The garden includes a helipad and other practical touches, such as outside foot showers and a storage building for stowing wet suits, body boards and bikes.

Abersoch is a wonderful base to explore the Llŷn Peninsula from. It has great beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters, pleasant climate and beautiful scenery. Walking, cycling, surfing, sailing, diving, golf and fishing are just some of the many activity options all on your doorstep.

Room Description
Ground Floor: Sitting room • Games Room • Study • Kitchen • Conservatory • Dining Room.

First Floor: Master double bedroom suite with bathroom with vast stone resin sculptural stone bath appearing to float upon a platform of marble flanked by glass. It stands in front of a huge half-moon window with gorgeous views across Cardigan Bay • Twin bedroom with bathroom en suite • 3 double bedrooms with wet rooms en suite • Twin bedroom with wet room en suite • All wet rooms have under floor heating.

Facilities

Washing Machine • Dishwasher • 50 inch TV with Blu-ray player and surround sound • High tech ‘In-House Zon' music system • Playstation 3 • Board games • Wall mounted 40 inch flat screen TV and surround sound • Outside foot showers • Storage building for stowing wet suits, body boards and bikes.



















Accommodation

Ground floor

Lounge

Guests can sink back into the two over-sized leather sofas whilst enjoying breathtaking coastal views out beyond the raised decked area.

From here steps lead down to a separate, more informal area with a large Vibieffe sofa, oak flooring and 50 inch TV with Blu-ray player and surround sound. The high tech ‘In-House Zone' music system makes it possible to enjoy high quality music anywhere in the house, with no limitations.

Games Room

A relaxed and less formal area for playing X-Box, board games and for watching TV or DVDs . It has a wall mounted 40 inch flat screen TV and surround sound. There's a B&B Italia Charles Sofa, a design classic and a toughened glass wall exposes screens the specially made staircase leading to one of the bedrooms.

Study

The study features reading chairs by B&B Italia, a unique oak desk, a table designed especially for the space and an arced ‘Twig' lamp.

This is a place to catch up on emails, write a postcard or relax and read or listen to music while looking out across the bay.

Kitchen & Conservatory

The stylish Bulthaup kitchen features floor to ceiling units and a central island. There is everything you could possibly need to make cooking effortless, together with a wine store and a double oven by Wolf.

The glass cube conservatory can be accessed directly from the kitchen and the games room. The room's rustic table and benches means the space can also function as the breakfast room and has lovely rural views. Foscarini Caboche glass wall lights illuminate the space.

Dining Room

A solid oak table top sits on two large ‘T' shaped toughened glass bases to give the feeling of floating drift wood. It seats 12 comfortably in ivory hide chairs by Mario Bellini for Cassina.

A central feature of the room is the lighting above the dining table made of fine knitted copper wire. Sourced from Barcelona it is reminiscent of a fishing net.

Above the white high gloss Silenia sideboard are four original paintings, their colours reflect the copper in the light fitting and the turquoise of the sea.

A feature wall of rough cut slate is to the left of a ribbon flame gas fire raised and recessed into the chimney face.

First floor

A Tom Dixon mirrored copper shade pendant provides the centre piece to the glass, steel and oak staircase which sweeps down from the first floor into the dining room.

All six bedrooms (4 doubles and 2 twins) have en suite wet rooms. The master bedroom and one twin room also have large relaxing baths. The rooms have their own unique feel with luxurious individual fabrics injecting colour, using blue, green and red tones.

The furnishings are all made to order, designed and made by local craftsmen in a rustic yet contemporary style. The linen is Egyptian Cotton from The White Company and the cosmetics are local organic products from the Celtic Herb Company.

Natural sisal flooring is used almost throughout the upstairs with all six of the bathrooms having under-floor heating.

Combinations of tiles in stone, marble, iridescent glass and ceramic feature in the bathrooms, along with power showers and stand alone bathtubs.

The master suite bathroom is veritable work of art in its own right, with a massive, sculptural stone bath appearing to float upon a platform of marble flanked by glass. It stands in front of a huge half-moon window with gorgeous views across Cardigan Bay.

The gardens

This contemporary garden of over an acre is designed by Mitch Westwood, best known for his appearances as a ‘landscaping expert' on BBC's Rogue Traders and Watchdog programmes.

Distinctive features include a free-standing glass balustrade which surrounds the raised Garuppa wood sun deck. Rolling lawns, shrubs and trees provide the perfect backdrop to an evening barbecue.

The garden includes a helipad and other practical touches, such as outside foot showers and a storage building for stowing wet suits, body boards and bikes.



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