Two quality well equipped cottages in Abersoch, with magnificent views of the coast and countryside. Both cottages are less than 1/2 mile from the beaches of Porth Neigwl and Porth Ceiriad, Abersoch. One cottage sleeps 6, and the other cottage sleeps 4. Open all year with full central heating. Short breaks available. Enjoy the peace and tranquility.



Hafod-y-Nant is a delightful, fully modernised traditional seventeenth-century stone cottage set on the edge of 4-miles-long Hell’s Mouth Bay (Porth Neigwl) Abersoch, an area of unspoilt natural beauty, with spectacular views of the bay and the western coastline of Llyn to Bardsey Island.
The cottage stands on its own, a mile from the main road, along an undulating farm track. The fine surfer’s beach of Hell’s Mouth is only 300 yards away, making it an ideal location for relaxing, bathing and fishing.

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Bryn Celyn Bellaf

This quaint and delightful semi-detached cottage lies half a mile from the beautiful sandy beach and rugged bay of Porth Ceiriad, Abersoch. It has its own secluded and private hedged garden which offers panoramic views of the Llyn Peninsula; the peaks of Garn Fadryn and the Rivals are especially prominent, while the nearer heather-clad headland above Llanbedrog can be clearly seen.
There is easy access to the Llyn Peninsula section of the Wales Coastal Path from the cottage, and many other countryside walks criss-cross the nearby fields and the heathlands of Cilan.

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