A simple yet beautiful three-bedroom coastal cottage on the edge of the cliff overlooking the beach and sea in the picturesque village of Aberdaron close to the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula. The generous lawned gardens offer 360 degree views overlooking Aberdaron Bay, and then out to sea as far as the horizon with nothing between you and the sea but the beach! The cottage has 3 double bedrooms, 2 with king size beds and a third with 2 single beds.
“We had such a lovely time at this very special little cottage. We arrived on the 27th Dec and the cottage looked so Christmassy with all the Christmas decorations and fairy lights, it was very cosy. Thank you to the owners who were very responsive and helped us with local info in advance of our stay. The welcome basket was also a lovely treat thank you. The area is fantastic and I would highly recommend and would love to return. A Lovely beach just down the road which we all thoroughly enjoyed even on a windy December day. The bakery is also a must, we visited most days! We had a great week and what a fabulous New Year’s treat for our family. We will definitely return soon.”
This charming detached bungalow with sea views is located in the the beautiful village of Aberdaron at the western tip of the Llyn Peninsular. Being just a short stroll away from the beach, fine selection of cafes, restaurants and shops makes it a wonderful location for a family seaside holiday. The lively resorts of Abersoch and Pwllheli are a short drive away and Snowdonia National Park which offers a wealth of exhilarating outdoor pursuits and family attractions is also within easy reach.
“We have just returned from a half term stay at Bryn Bach in our very special place, Aberdaron. Tracy was a wonderful host with really prompt and friendly communication prior to our stay. The house is spotlessly clean and kitted out with you all need and more! The view from the living room is just mesmerising and the location is perfect- just a minutes stroll down the hill and you are in the centre of the village which has all you need for a relaxing and happy holiday- the best bakery, Spar, 2 pubs serving great food, cafes and of course the beach!! Thank you Tracy for being such a fabulous host. We hope to be back again soon.”
The roundhouse is a beautifully crafted, cosy hideaway with simple, basic comforts. You sleep under a thick thatch roof on a comfortable double bed with storage drawers beneath, there's a small wood fired earth oven - fireplace for the colder months, there's a reading light and an electrical socket.Its small and cosy inside and full of character. You'll hear the sound of a trickling stream beneath the balcony , the soft hooting of owls in the night and the birdsong in the thickets about you.
“Wonderful time here! Basic but a much-loved respite from the big city, with some gorgeous star gazing on a clear night. It was an impressive roundhouse in traditional design, and comfortable and cozy once we got the fire going. There was electricity, including a kettle and a desk lamp, and the roundhouse is otherwise lit up by cute tea lights and the oven fire. Firewood is provided for the first night, which was much appreciated as we arrived late in the dark! As there is no shower in the roundhouse or in the main house, I had a squat-shower using the bathtub sink in the main farmhouse, which was fine and give us a nice chance to chat to some of the volunteers and other visitors. Everything was easy to find and very clearly labelled/sign-posted. This is not for you if: you want a convenient hot shower, you can't stand bugs (we had a couple spiders appear), you don't want to risk walking a few minutes in the dark to the toilet at night (as the outhouse is down a semi-forested path). This is for you if: you want a peaceful stay out in the country, you want a bit of adventure and can deal with semi-roughing it up with basic facilities, particularly if you have a car and want to explore the surrounding areas (my favourite was walking up to the lookout on the far end of Llyn peninsula).”