Commanding an unsurpassed position on the beach front. This centuries old cottage provides spacious family holiday accommodation for up to six people whilst still retaining original features such as beamed ceilings eenjoying uninterrupted views of the bay from most rooms, the interior is charmingly furnished and well equipped, offering every home comfort including economy 7 storage heaters throughout.
Aberdaron is a small, charming, historic Village nestled in a lovely sandy bay at the end of the Lleyn Peninsula. It’s known as the ‘Lands End’ of North Wales and attracts many visitors annually, both from the U.K and overseas. The river Daron which flows under the mediaeval hump back bridge out to sea gave its name to the settlement. The beautiful 1.5 mile long beach meets all the E.C standards.
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North Wales is a country proud of its rich heritage and endowed with a spectacular landscape, where the mild climate lets you enjoy each month's different sights, sounds and moods right through the year. A stay for a full week or just a short break at our sea front cottage will allow you the freedom to come and go as you please, to eat in with provisions bought from local farms or to eat out at one of the many inns or restaurants that serve an extensive variety of wonderful Welsh cuisine.Whatever you choose to do, we are sure you will have a truly memorable holiday.
A large family sitting room with log burner fire, beamed ceilings, double French doors leading to the balcony with panoramic views of the bay. Equipped with 2 sofas, 2 chairs, colour TV, video and DVD. plus a selection of books & games.
This large room with a view onto the courtyard has a family size dinning table, welsh dresser, cooker, microwave oven, fridge– freezer etc.
This spacious room on the upper level boasts an exposed beam ceiling, zip-link king size bed, cot, bath and hand basin.
Situated under the lounge this room is again spacious, containing a set of bunk beds & zip-link king size bed as two single beds. (NOTE, this room has restricted headroom).
Fully tiled with electric shower, bath, hand basin and w/c
THINGS TO DO IN & AROUND ABERDARON;
Enjoy the sea & sand . Explore the marine life in the many rock pools & river
The bay is suitable for all type of water sport, including fishing, sailing and windsurfing.
Take walks over the surrounding National Trust countryside or along the beaches.
Bardsey Island is the home of large Manx Shearwater colony and breeding auks, shags and seals. Boat trips arranged in the village Seals can be seen on Aberdaron beach in Winter
Dine out in one of the many cafes or restaurants. Or amble around the gift shops
Golfing at nearby Abersoch, Nefyn or Pwllheli.
Visit tourist attractions such as Hafon Y Mor (old Butlins) Ffestiniog Railway, Nefyn Maritime Museum, Criccieth , Harlech or Caernarfon Castles and many more.