Gwynedd - Abersoch
Abersoch is a village in the community of Llanengan in Gwynedd,
Wales. It is a popular coastal seaside resort with approximately
1,000 inhabitants, on the east-facing south coast of the Llŷn
Peninsula at the southern terminus of the A499. It is about 7 miles
(11 km) south-west of Pwllheli and 27 miles (43 km) south-west of
the county town ofCaernarfon. The village takes its name from the
river, Afon Soch, which reaches the sea in the village.
Originally a fishing port, Abersoch is now a tourist centre
specialising in dinghy sailing and other watersports such as
windsurfing and jet-skiing. Nearby Porth Neigwl or Hell's Mouth, is
also popular for surfing; it can hold large swells in the winter
which can reach 5 feet (1.5m) however south westerly prevailing
winds can affect quality.
Each year since 2000 Abersoch has been host to Wakestock a
wakeboarding event. The Big Air competition on the main beach is
held in July.
Central Abersoch has a variety of small shops as well as bars,
restaurants, cafes and hotels. Boat trips around St Tudwal's Islands
to see the seals and other wildlife are available from the village.
It is also popular for its close proximity to Snowdonia National
Park, with Snowdonbeing visible from Abersoch Bay on clear days.
There is an 18 hole golf course.
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Access to the beach is a short
stroll away via a pleasant scenic public footpath, a delightful
cottage where you can relax in the summer and have cosy, coal
fires in the winter. Sleeps 5
The cottage was built in 1911 for
the Minoprio family from Liverpool, they were shipping magnates.
It was part of the Haulfryn holiday resident's estate and was
built in the Arts and Craft style.
The accommodation comprises of
First reception, lounge with open fire and Sky TV, DVD Player.
Wifi available. Second reception, Aga wood burner and TV, with a
patio leading out to the rear garden. Kitchen diner with washing
machine, dishwasher and microwave, Smeg fridge freezer. Baby
high chair, travel cot, child safety gate. Shower and WC on the
ground floor. Bedroom 1 has a king-sized bed and a wash basin.
Bedroom 2 has bunk beds and a single bed, all 3ft, travel cot
and a wash basin. Bed settee down stairs. Bath & WC Upstairs.
Storage heating throughout. Enclosed front patio area. Enclosed
garden to the rear. Webber BBQ.
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Cottages in Abersoch - Settled on the edge of the quaint village
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cottage is set in enclosed lawned gardens with a fabulous patio and
large barbeque, enjoying pleasant country views. The charming
village of Abersoch is just a short drive away, and offers
magnificent beaches, gorgeous restaurants and superb shopping.
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