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Top 5 Holiday Cottages in Abersoch

Published on 3 Jan 2023 by Gwion Llwyd

Looking for beaches and great surf on the doorstep, and a spectacular mountain backdrop? Take a look at our top 5 holiday cottages in Abersoch.

You’ll find Abersoch towards the tip of beautiful Pen Llŷn. Originally a small fishing port, Abersoch is now an attractive and seaside village which seems to have something for everyone: sandy beaches and coves, many bars and bistros, surf schools and ice cream. The village is a popular family destination, and has a real buzz about it in the summer months.

Abersoch’s main beach – Traeth Abersoch – is sandy and relatively sheltered, which makes it ideal for swimming and splashing around. It comes with fantastic views over Cardigan Bay to the mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia). St Tudwal’s Islands are visible from the shore.

While Abersoch is popular for all sorts of water sports, surfing is what it is most famous for, and there are plenty of places where beginners can rent a board or book a lesson. Beach huts can be rented by the day or week.

Abersoch sits on the Wales Coast Path, and there are some great coastal walks from the centre of town. One of our favourites is heading east towards Llanbedrog – an eight mile round trip, with some fabulous coastal landscapes along the way.

Take a look around our top five holiday cottages in Abersoch.


TOP 5 HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN ABERSOCH

BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN LLANBEDROG ON THE LLYN PENINSULA | PENRHYN-PEDROG

Sleeps 4 | Near Beach | Near Pub | Pet Friendly

A beautiful beachfront holiday cottage in Llanbedrog on the Llŷn Peninsula. Private balcony, stunning mountain & sea views. Sleeps 4. Sitting right at the water’s edge on a quiet headland cloaked by woodland and heath, this stunning holiday cottage offers an idyllic escape from the busy noise of life.


Top 5 Holiday Cottages in Abersoch

A TRADITIONAL FARMHOUSE HOLIDAY COTTAGE ON THE LLYN PENINSULA | TYDDYN-SARN

Sleeps 8 | Hot Tub | Real Fire

Tyddyn Sarn is a traditional farmhouse holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula. With hot tub and games barn, it sleeps up to eight. Ideal for a family break.


TOP 5 HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN ABERSOCH

3 BEDROOM ABERSOCH HOLIDAY COTTAGE | GRANAR-SOCH

Sleeps 6 | Farm Stay | Near Beach | Near Pub

Located on the outskirts of Abersoch on a working welsh farm, this 3 bedroom Abersoch holiday cottage is the perfect location for a traditional seaside holiday. This impressive stone building, which sleeps up to 6 people, commands spectacular views over the bay and is the perfect base from which to explore the ever popular Llyn Peninsula.


TOP 5 HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN ABERSOCH

LARGE 4 BEDROOM HOLIDAY COTTAGE ON THE LLYN PENINSULA | DERI-SARN

Sleeps 10 | Near Pub | Pet Friendly | Real Fire

This 5 star rated, large 4 bedroom holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula is the perfect base for larger families wanting to explore this beautiful coastal part of North Wales. Generous sized bedrooms and a huge garden ensures there’s plenty of room for everybody to relax and have a nice time.


Top 5 Holiday Cottages in Abersoch

THREE BEDROOM SELF CATERING COTTAGE NEAR ABERDARON | BEUDY-LLANGWNADL

Sleeps 6 | Pet Friendly | Near Beach | Real Fire | Farm Stay

Beudy-Llangwnadl is a three bedroom self catering cottage near Aberdaron. Lots of space and large communal rooms make this a really lovely place to stay. Coming into the large kitchen space is very inviting. The dining room table is perfect for everyone in the group to come together for breakfast and evening meals and everything you need to cater for your group is here. Underfloor heated slate tiles add a lovely warmth to the room while the windows and glass door bring in the light.


Here is our full collection of holiday cottages in Abersoch

 
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