Mur Cwpwl Cottage Accommodation

Abersoch Holidays

Mur Cwpwl Cottage Accommodation

Wildlife Cruises

Wildlife cruises run from Abersoch daily throughout the  day during the summer, depending on the weather and numbers. There are also Fishing trips available.

Jenny II and her skipper are licensed to operate by the MCA (Maritime Coastguard Agency) The traditional fishing vessel design means that Jenny II is less of a threat to the wildlife than some vessels. The experienced crew are accredited members of the National Wildlife Safe Operators Organisation which aims to maximise passenger enjoyment and not compromise the wildlife.

Jenny II operates in the calm sheltered waters off Abersoch with the magnificent backdrop of the St Tudwals islands and Snowdonia. These waters contain a wide variety of wonderful wildlife which you can enjoy during your visit to Pen Llyn, plenty of birds, seals and you may be lucky and see the dolphins in the bay.  A wildlife trip on Jenny II is a great way to enjoy the wildlife in its natural environment.

Email: info@abersochangling.co.uk or phone: 01758712646 for availability and current prices.

Please note:

Safety is paramount, adverse weather may cause rescheduling or cancellation.

You must book in advance, payment is required in full with booking. There is a booking charge on top of the trip price of £1 for a cash payment and £1.50 for a credit card. These booking charges are not refundable under any circumstances.  Trip fees are ONLY refunded if the skipper has to cancel the trip.  Places are limited to 10 on each trip. All trips leave from a designated meeting point at the Abersoch end of the Main beach (accessed by the road between the Natwest bank and the petrol pumps in the centre of Abersoch)  You need to arrive early on the beach for your trip, having checked beforehand by calling 01758712646 to check the trip is going ahead. Please wear appropriate clothing to the weather conditions (stout shoes, warm and waterproof clothing, and maybe sunscreen and hat)Allow plenty of time to park