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Holiday cottages in Abersoch offer the perfect base for exploring the spectacular coast of the rugged Lyn Peninsula. With its stunning beaches, renowned sailing waters and traditional village charm, it’s no wonder Abersoch is one of North Wales’ best-loved resorts. Located in Gwynedd, a county of wild coastlines and rugged mountains, Originally a fishing port, Abersoch is now a thriving resort with a lovely selection of independent shops and a handful of great places to eat. A boat trip around St Tudwal’s Islands allows you to see dolphins and seals, with a backdrop of North Wales’ most breathtaking scenery – including Snowdonia.

Abersoch holiday cottages are ideal for beach lovers, with miles of unspoilt, golden sand stretching away from the village as far as the eye can see. Abersoch’s sheltered Main Beach is a beautiful spot for whiling away a day on the sand with a bucket and spade – and just a leisurely stroll from most of the village’s holiday cottages. Rent a classic beach hut and catch one of the bay’s famous international sailing events, or hit the water and try your hand at windsurfing. A variety of sweeping bays and secluded coves can be found within a few miles of Abersoch. One of the most beautiful has to be Porth Neigwl – also known as Hell’s Mouth. Exposed to the full force of the Atlantic, this is a popular surf spot and a must-see for its unique scenery.

 

Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

In a rural location outside the pretty seaside village of Abersoch, Bwythyn-y-Saer is a two-bedroom holiday cottage in the beautiful Llyn Peninsula countryside. The coastal single-storey cottage lies within easy reach of superb North Wales beaches and mountain walks in Snowdonia.

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Exterior of a rural holiday cottage in Abersoch surrounded by green fields
Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
3

Bwythyn-y-Wennol Cottage keeps alive the tradition of the family seaside holiday. This Welsh coastal cottage on the idyllic Llyn Peninsula in Abersoch sleeps 2-5 guests. The stunning Llyn Coastal Path beckons, as do Snowdonia and many other sights and activities in this beautiful corner of North Wales.

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A barn conversion to create a holiday cottage in Abersoch: a wramp leasds to a wooden deck with outdoor seating and an entrance to this stone-built property with rural and sea views.
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

The Grain Store possesses all the charm of a stone-built 19th-century grain store and offers superb views of the sea and Cader Idris from its lush garden. The pet-friendly property spoils guests with exposed beams and contemporary facilities and lies just moments from lovely Abersoch in North Wales.

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Sleeps
20
Bedrooms
8

The Keepers Lodge is a large detached cottage offering rural self-catering holidays for big groups and families outside Morfa Nefyn in the picturesque Llyn Peninsula on the North Coast of Wales. The cottage sleeps 20 in 8 bedrooms and has a hot tub and WiFi.

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Staying in an Abersoch holiday home provides visitors easy access to various excellent events and attractions. Golfers won’t want to miss the village’s challenging 18-hole course, while extreme sports fans are advised to check out Wakestock, one of the world’s best wakeboarding competitions. Abersoch is nestled in the heartland of the Welsh language; a region shrouded in myth and legend. Explore the ancient churches along the Pilgrim’s Trail, and don’t leave without taking a day trip to one of the area’s imposing castles. After exploring, unwind with a drink at a traditional pub, such as The Vaynol, or order a plate of fresh seafood at one of the village’s independent restaurants before returning to your Abersoch holiday cottage to fall asleep to the sound of the sea.