Accessed from the original front door, the apartment has a living/dining room on the first floor along with the kitchen, bathroom/WC and main double bedroom which has a large built-in wardrobe with ample hangers, an iron and ironing board is also in this wardrobe. A spiral staircase rises from the first floor landing to a 'junior chill out space' complete with beanbags, TV and DVD. From each end of this central area is a twin bedroom. These rooms in what was the loft all have sloped ceilings and in hot weather are very warm. There is no hanging space for clothes in these rooms. The bathroom is bright and modern with tile floor and walls. An electric shower is over the bath. The good size kitchen is also bright and modern with all the usual appliances including microwave, electric oven and hob, washer/dryer and dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The main room has a lovely parquet floor and huge windows which give a superb view of the Maritime museum housed in an old church and the hills beyond. A large screen television can be viewed from the large comfortable corner sofa which seats 6 with ease. The sofa is not the one currently shown on the agents web page. A large oak table and 6 chairs provides dining facilities. To the side of the house, accessed via a wooden gateway is a smashing little sunken patio complete with gas barbecue and table with 6 chairs. Parking space for one car is at the back of the property in front of a garage door and next to the front door of the ground floor apartment which does not appear to be a holiday let. So, why the 'but'? There was no information booklet or visitor book and consequently no information as to local amenities such as shops, doctor etc. or when and where to put out the bins/recycling box. There were 2 green bins on the street and another out by the car which we assumed was for the downstairs apartment. A recycling bin is just inside the front gate, but no info. as to what to put in it. Not everywhere recycles everything. The entrance hall smelt very strongly of what we assumed to be wet dog. It had lessened by the end of the week but was still pretty unpleasant. I must say we had no problem with the overall cleanliness of the property other than this. The spiral staircase is mentioned as a possible hazard in the booking info but be aware that it does obstruct part of the landing and headroom at the top is quite limited. Children definitely require supervision as is also mentioned. The booking info claims that it is a 3 minute walk to the beach but even for a very fit person I doubt it could be done in much under 15 minutes whichever route you take. If there is a quicker route we couldn't find it. Blessed with good weather we did have a lovely holiday enjoying Nefyn's fabulous beach, but other than the little Maritime Museum which is well worth a short visit there's really nothing else there. The street on which the house stands is spoilt by the inevitable car parking, wheelie bins and a lack of virtually any pavement to walk on. The Coastal Path goes off just opposite the property but watch your feet - it seems that very few dog owners bother to clear up despite the numerous notices though some do leave the mess in the plastic bag which at least makes it easier to spot.(!) A nice apartment but just enough problems for me not to recommend to a friend. Silly as it may seem, the usual book of information as to facilities and where things are would have made such a difference. The addition of a visitors book allows for information to be passed on not just to owners but to fellow tenants.