Lleyn Peninsula Self Catering cottage, Lon Goch Cottage, Abersoch, sleeps 3
Areas: Lleyn Peninsula
01244 352 197
Sleeps a maximum of: 3
Pricing From: £279.00
This rural retreat is located amidst open countryside and offers a modern kitchen with dining table, a cosy bedroom and a fantastic garden with stunning, scenic views.
This lovely semi detached cottage occupies a tranquil, quiet position within the owner's grounds and is very close to the tiny village of Sarn Meyllteyrn, only six miles from Abersoch. The cottage provides warm, comfortable and charming accommodation for a couple looking for a break in the countryside and combines modern convenience with traditional charm. The village itself offers a local store and pub whilst nearby Abersoch provides an array of shops and eateries as well as unrivalled water sports facilities.
The surrounding countryside offers great opportunities for walking, cycling and bird watching whilst the spectacular Lleyn Peninsula offers golf links, fishing, horse riding and seal watching.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
First 'Lleyn' Holiday.
When we arrived at the cottage we were met by Carol,( and her lovely collie 'Cady'), who showed us in, and explained where things were and how everything worked. It was a beautiful cottage.Tastefully furnished and decorated all through, and very spacious and clean. The garden area was enclosed, which was wonderful for our dog, as she spent most of her days (in between excursions), lying in the sun. We also met Carol's husband Steve, who invited us to meet his lovely animals, and chickens, who supplied eggs that could be purchased. We could not fault the cottage, or the area, as we absolutely loved the peace and quiet with no main roads, just the sounds of the countryside.....absolute bliss! Through the week, (although not intrusive at all) we found Carol and Steve to be wonderful hosts, and so kind and helpful, even drawing us maps explaining how to get to different places. We would rate this holiday very highly...one of the best,and hope to return again very soon. Thank you so much Carol and Steve.
Lon Goch Cottage was lovely and in a beautiful location. The owners could not have been more helpful and kind. The enclosed garden was wonderful for our dog as we didn't have to worry about her when we let her out. We had everything we needed to make it feel like a home from home, and everywhere we wanted to visit was not too far away. We will definitely be returning in the near future, as it was such a peaceful and relaxing holiday, and in such a beautiful part of Wales.
Very well presented in a quiet location
This fairly modern cottage is attached to the owners home. There is a separated garden area with picnic table. A small courtyard immediately to the rear of the house provides opportunity for barbecues (weather permitting). On the ground floor is a fairly large lounge, with leather three-piece suite and flat screen TV with Freeview channels. Separated from the lounge is a kitchen/diner, well equipped with fridge, freezer, microwave oven and washing machine. Ample work spaces and a four seater table complete the equipment. It is not unknown for us to wash all crockery and cutlery before use but clearly the owners have high standards and I suspect everything went through their own dishwasher between guests. Off the kitchen is an enclosed staircase to the only bedroom upstairs, which has a double and single bed. A "walk-in" style wardrobe gives plenty of room for clothing and suitcases etc. Off the bedroom is a very modern shower-room, with a spacious shower enclosure. Upstairs is the only caution we would mention for two features. It is a dormer style bedroom, with low ceilings, velux window and dormer window. You may not have a problem but there was more than one occasion when we banged our heads! Not seriously, but we joked that cycle helmets would come in handy! The other mention is actually a very minor thing, the floor slopes towards the staircase as it lands at the first floor and that can be a little disconcerting when starting to descend. You do get used to it though. All in all, this was a beautifully presented cottage in a particularly quiet part of the peninsula. You definitely need your own transport, whilst the local lanes are very quiet and suitable for dog walking, the village of Sarn is around 1 mile away and offers just a small general store and a couple of pubs (not used by us). Larger shops can be found in Abersoch and the nearest supermarket (ASDA) in Pwllheli.
Excellent accommodation and a friendly owner. It is in a quiet location but with lots of nice places within easy reach. Everything that you need was in the cottage.
We had a very comfortable stay, peaceful and a nice garden for our dog. Owners were very friendly and helpful. We shall return in the future.
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Nearest AttractionsHeritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Castell Carn Fadrun - 2.2 miles (Castle)
Plas-yn-Rhiw - 3 miles (Historic House)
Llanfaelrhys, St Maelrhys Church - 4.5 miles (Historic Church)
Llanengan, St Engan's Church - 4.5 miles (Historic Church)
Porth Oer (Whistling Sands) - 5.7 miles (Countryside)
Aberdaron, St Hywyn's Church - 6.3 miles (Historic Church)
Tre'r Ceiri Hillfort - 10.1 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Penarth Fawr - 10.7 miles (Historic House)
St Cybi's Well - 12 miles (Historic Church)
Clynnog Fawr, St Beuno - 14.5 miles (Historic Church)
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