A Luxury B&B In the Heart of Abersoch Village
Jonathan realised that although self-catering was in abundant supply in Abersoch, Bed and Breakfast accommodation was not, so he began to look for a suitable property and feels he found it here at Hafod with its position close to the village and beaches and its lovely sea views. It needed complete back to bare bone renovation but this made it possible to bring it back up to the modern high standards expected these days from this type of accommodation.
This room is double aspect with sea view. It’s one of our larger rooms and has a super king-size, zip and link bed so that it can be adapted as a twin if required. Space can be made in this room to fit a cot or bed for a child. En-suite shower room.
This room is on the ground floor and has a king-size bed and a bathroom/wet room. It has been designed to be disabled-friendly though not exclusively. (Please ring to see if it meets your needs). It has a sea view and vinyl wood flooring.
Amenities & Services
In room TVs
Tea & Coffee Facilities
Guide to Abersoch
Outdoor & Adventure
Sailing School. Water Sports . Yacht Club . Golf. Bike Hire. Paddle Boarding, SPA at the Warren. Fabulous Walking just ask for recommendations:
Plas y Rhiw (small NT Property)
Castles at Criccieth, Harlech and Caernarfon
Nant Gwrtheyrn , Llithfaen Old Welsh Village founded on mining with a fascinating history now a Welsh Language centre and Cafe.
Golf, famous Nefyn Golf Course and the beautiful Porthmadog course as well as local golf in Abersoch and Pwllheli. Penrhos has a small 9 hole and foot golf course as well as a driving range. Lavender House Soft Furnishing and Clothing shop worth a visit whilst you are here.
Glasfryn Park outside Pwllheli activity park including ten pin bowling, quad biking, go karting, archery and wakeboarding
Various beautiful beaches surround the LLyn, including Ceriad, Whistling Sands (Cafe) and Hells Mouth are just a few which are worth a visit.
Boat trips to Bardsey Island 07971 769895
Portmeirion – Italianate village where The Prisoner was filmed
Porthmadog – Steam Trains, Ffestinog and Welsh Highland Railway 01766 516024
Beddgelert – a pretty, unspoilt village famous for its Gelert Hound story, lovely riverside walk, shops and cafes. Walking and cycling in Beddgelert forest
Snowdon Mountain Railway from Llanberis – 01286 870223
David LLoyd George Prime Minister 1916 to 1922, small museum at LLANYSTUMDWY near Cricieth also near to this village is The Rabbit Farm, a petting farm for children. Two nice walks from here.
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How to Find Us
Hafod, Lon Gwydryn, Abersoch LL53 7EA
Hafod is the yellow house, very near to the centre of the village, less than 5 minutes walk with its shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. Hafod is situated on Lon Gwyndryn on the one way system around the village 2/3 down on the left opposite the public car park. The beaches and harbour are an easy stroll away.