Access Statement: Penprys Bach
We have tried to be as detailed as possible in our Access Statement, whilst trying to keep it relatively concise. Please contact us if you require further information or clarification.
Access & Location
Hendre Barns Location
Penprys Bach is approached from the B4354 from Y Ffor. After 3.2 miles you will cross a river on a narrow stone bridge. Take the next right, signposted for Hendre Barns and follow the single-track lane for approximately 300m. Our entrance is to the left of this lane. A slate track, with two cattle grids, leads from the lane to your accommodation.
Hendre Barns is 4 miles from the nearest shop at Y Ffor and 4 miles from the nearest pub, which is child friendly and offers an extensive menu. Pwllheli and Nefyn are 10 minutes’ drive, Abersoch 15 minutes and Porthmadog 20 minutes. Public transport is limited from our rural location, but local taxis are available.
Private parking for guests is directly outside of Penprys Bach. The parking area consists of loose slate. Internal access is all level, with the exception of external door thresholds to the main entrance and bedrooms. Access to the private enclosed garden is via two steps.
Garden: The private south facing garden is accessed from the living room. The door opens onto a small paved area, with two steps up, to access the main garden patio area. There are handrails on each side of the steps.
Please also refer to the Floor Plan and Photo Gallery for clarification of the information below.
Flooring: Real oak wooden flooring in the lounge, kitchen, dining area. Carpet in bedrooms. Mosaic tiled floors in each of the en-suite bathrooms.
Doors: All internal doors are 30” wide, with the exception of the utility cupboard which is 27" wide. All doors have lever handles.
Bedding: Both rooms have non-allergenic bedding (e.g. non-feather duvets & pillows).
Taps: All taps are lever mixer taps.
Penprys Bach is strictly non-smoking.
There are 10 sprinklers throughout Penprys Bach. All rooms are also fitted with smoke alarm/detectors. These are inter-connected so if one alarm/detector is activated all three will sound.