Aberdaron Village Coastal Cottages & Seaside Rentals

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Cottage in Aberdaron

Bryn Dôl Cottage

Advert ID No:  95
(12 Photos)

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Sleeps:  7      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £500     (High Season):  £1000

Commanding panoramic views across the Llyn peninsula's stunning scenery towards the coast and Bardsey island, this spacious and contemporary cottage offers a delightful haven for beach lovers, bird watchers and walkers alike. Enjoying its own fully enclosed garden, it adjoins the owners' home on a quiet country lane just 10 minutes' walk from a gorgeous beach (access via steps) and 3 miles from...

Bungalow in Aberdaron

Manaros, 1 Dolfor

Advert ID No:  92
(15 Photos)

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Sleeps:  8      No of Bedrooms:  4     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £595     (High Season):  £1155

The House Manaros is a spacious modern house in the beautiful village of Aberdaron. This is an ideal house for big families that can sleep up to 8 people in 4 en suite bedrooms. Each bedroom can be configured as either a twin or king-size double bedded room depending on your preference. The property is also well suited for people with mobility issues as the main bedroom has a wheelchair...

 

Aberdaron Tourist Information

Aberdaron is known as “The Land’s End of Wales”

Aberdaron is a beautiful seaside village located at the Western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula, the village lies six miles from Sarn Meyllteyrn and just under eleven miles from Abersoch.

The village has a couple of hotels that serve food and drink along with a few small shops. Aberdaron can be reached via the B4413 road and there are regular bus services which stop off in the village.

In the summer months, visitors flock to this picturesque little fishing village to spend time on its beautiful sandy beach (Aberdaron beach), it is a fairly sheltered stretch of sandiness which makes it ideal for families and watersports enthusiasts alike.

Aberdaron Seaside Holiday Cottages
The stunning landscape which surrounds Aberdaron offers a variety of interesting walking routes, The Llyn Coastal Path provides walkers with a scenic way to visit other settlements and beaches along its route. Cyclists will find the country lanes are ideal for both short distance and long distance bike rides.

Anglers will find several great spots for fishing in the area, the Southern side of Aberdaron beach is ideal for anglers looking to land bass, mackerel and pollack. There is also the opportunity to head out on a boat for a spot of sea fishing.

Aberdaron is home to Porth y Swnt, a truly unique National Trust owned visitor centre. Porth y Swnt is designed to provide an insight into the Llŷn's unique features and rich cultural heritage through audio, videos, sculptures and artwork.

Bardsey Island
Located about two miles off shore is Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), a place of relative remoteness and where many have made a pilgrimage to since the early years of Christianity. Today Bardsey Island still attracts pilgrims looking to enrich their spiritual life, along with the many thousands of visitors who come to view its wildlife and rugged scenery as well as the preserved ruins of the thirteenth-century abbey. There are a number of boat trips which travel to this fascinating island which has been designated a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the boat trips set off from Porth Meurdw near Aberdaron and Pwllheli

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2 Rentals Found

Bryn Dôl Cottage

Cottage in Rhiw (12 Photos)
Bryn Dôl Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 7
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £500
High Season: £1000

Manaros, 1 Dolfor

Bungalow in Aberdaron (15 Photos)
Manaros, 1 Dolfor

No Reviews

Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Low Season: £595
High Season: £1155

Aberdaron tourist information

Aberdaron is known as “The Land’s End of Wales”

Aberdaron is a beautiful seaside village located at the Western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula, the village lies six miles from Sarn Meyllteyrn and just under eleven miles from Abersoch.

The village has a couple of hotels that serve food and drink along with a few small shops. Aberdaron can be reached via the B4413 road and there are regular bus services which stop off in the village.

In the summer months, visitors flock to this picturesque little fishing village to spend time on its beautiful sandy beach (Aberdaron beach), it is a fairly sheltered stretch of sandiness which makes it ideal for families and watersports enthusiasts alike.

Aberdaron Seaside Holiday Cottages
The stunning landscape which surrounds Aberdaron offers a variety of interesting walking routes, The Llyn Coastal Path provides walkers with a scenic way to visit other settlements and beaches along its route. Cyclists will find the country lanes are ideal for both short distance and long distance bike rides.

Anglers will find several great spots for fishing in the area, the Southern side of Aberdaron beach is ideal for anglers looking to land bass, mackerel and pollack. There is also the opportunity to head out on a boat for a spot of sea fishing.

Aberdaron is home to Porth y Swnt, a truly unique National Trust owned visitor centre. Porth y Swnt is designed to provide an insight into the Llŷn's unique features and rich cultural heritage through audio, videos, sculptures and artwork.

Bardsey Island
Located about two miles off shore is Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), a place of relative remoteness and where many have made a pilgrimage to since the early years of Christianity. Today Bardsey Island still attracts pilgrims looking to enrich their spiritual life, along with the many thousands of visitors who come to view its wildlife and rugged scenery as well as the preserved ruins of the thirteenth-century abbey. There are a number of boat trips which travel to this fascinating island which has been designated a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the boat trips set off from Porth Meurdw near Aberdaron and Pwllheli

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