(Abersoch) - A traditional seaside self catering holiday cottage in Abersoch, sleeping up to 6.
Located on the outskirts of Abersoch on a working welsh farm, Granar-March is the perfect location for a traditional seaside holiday. This impressive stone building, which sleeps up to 6 people, commands spectacular views over the bay and is the perfect base from which to explore the ever popular Llyn Peninsula.
Walking across the sunny patio and through the front door brings you to a large comfortable lounge. Solid wood floors, leather sofas, large flat screen TV and an attractive central fireplace are typical of the high standards noticeable throughout the cottage.
The separate kitchen diner is of a similar high spec. Dishwasher, microwave, fan oven etc. are all included, with a large dining table overlooking the bay at the other end of the room. The washing machine is located in an external laundry building next door and is shared with another holiday cottage on the farm.
There are three gorgeous bedrooms upstairs, all with wonderful sea views. One double room has an en-suite shower room. The other two rooms, a second double and a twin room, share a bathroom that has a shower over bath arrangement. Again, character features such as the exposed ceiling beams are complimented by tasteful furniture and fittings ensure the cottage lives up to its 5 star rating.
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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