Mur Cwpwl Cottage Accommodation

Abersoch Holidays

Mur Cwpwl Cottage Accommodation

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Abersoch Holidays

This lovely cottage is just 2 miles from Abersoch village in a beautiful rural location with stunning views. It is located about half a mile from Hells Mouth, Cilan common and the Llyn Coastal path. So for an Abersoch holiday book your accommodation with Abersoch Holidays and get the option of a beach hut at Marchros – which is the Southern end of Abersoch main beach.
The self contained accommodation is all ground floor and has been completely refurbished. It consists of two bedrooms – a pretty floral twin room and a nautical style double  room with lovely views. There is a fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, modern shower room and comfortable lounge with a seaside feel.
The cottage has its own garden area and a small decked patio with French windows.
There is secure dry storage for outdoor clothing, bicycles, fishing equipment etc.
The views from the property are spectacular – across to Hells mouth, around the coast to Abersoch, and Pwllheli then beyond across to Snowdon and the mountain range.
It is within easy reach of the Llyn Coastal path which winds its way around this stunning coastline enabling visitors to delight in the breathtaking variety of scenery along their way.

Abersoch Area Information

Situated on the Llyn peninsula the village of Abersoch lies in a region of Wales renowned for its outstanding scenery and spectacular landscapes. Situated between two glorious bays, Abersoch is one of the most popular sailing venues in North Wales and many sailing events are held there throughout the summer months. There are plenty of activities around the area and some excellent fishing venues. Numerous shops cater for  tourists as well as pubs, excellent restaurants and cafes. Watersports enthusiasts are particularly well catered for, especially windsurfing, waterskiing and dinghy sailing. There are many beaches to choose from – the long sandy Warren beach, sheltered Porth Bach, sandy Porth Ceriad a National Trust beach with its high cliffs and Hells Mouth (Porth Neigwl) which is well known for its surf.  There are also lots of remote bays, sandy beaches and cliffs, around the peninsula as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island to exploreMany events are held in and around Abersoch throughout the year – look at www.abersoch.co.uk for a list of events that are well worth a trip to the area.

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Accommodation

  • Great location
  • Spectacular views
  • Close to Llyn Coastal Path
  • Beach hut on Abersoch beach
  • Two bedrooms
  • Central heating
  • Newly refurbished
  • Internet access
  • Pets welcome