(Abersoch) - Beudy-March is a single story barn conversion on a farm just on the outskirts of the ever-popular seaside village of Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula.
Beudy-March is a single story barn conversion on a farm just on the outskirts of the ever-popular seaside village of Abersoch. Graded at the highest 5* rating by the welsh tourist board you can be confident that all the facilities you might need are included. Fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher etc. But more importantly it’s a lovely cottage in a fantastic location.
The big kitchen diner has a fully fitted kitchen and overlooks fields of sheep including spring lambs when we visited in the spring. The sumptuous lounge next door is also spacious and has been furnished to a high standard with leather sofas and wood flooring. But best of all are the patio doors leading out onto the private patio area outside. The perfect location to sit with a glass of wine and enjoy sea views whilst your curious white woolly neighbours look on.
The bathroom has a powerful shower set over the bath. Two bedrooms. One family room with a double plus a single bed and one twin room. Like the rest of the cottage, the linen is spotlessly clean and crisp. Farm owners Helen and Wyn have obviously put a lot of thought into the conversion and take great care to ensure their guests have an enjoyable and comfortable stay.
The sheltered sandy beaches of Abersoch have long been a favorite of many visitors to North Wales. They offer the perfect location for that traditional family seaside holiday with the added luxury of some exclusive shops and restaurants if you’re that way inclined.
All the trendy kids however, go round the peninsula a little to the more exposed beaches of Porth Neigwl and Porth Oer. These are perfect for guests who like surfing and kite surfing. In contrast the calmer seas towards Pwllheli are more suitable for sailing, wakeboarding and water skiing.
You don’t have to get wet of course. There are a couple of riding stables nearby and some wonderful picturesque golf courses. Other attractions long associated with North Wales include a scattering of medieval castles and narrow gage steam railways. But don’t forget, you’re in the heart of the countryside at Beudy-March so there’s plenty of opportunity to get away from it all as well.
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