£499 - £1285 per week
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 Abersoch,a bustling seaside town,  a short drive from Aberdaron thumb-1
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Grepach near Aberdaron, Lleyn Peninsula

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Dogs
  • Reference 888
Why we recommend Grepach...

Lleyn Peninsula seaside cottage and stunning coastal views near Aberdaron - sleeps 6

About Grepach
Coastal holiday cottage near Aberdaron Lleyn Peninsula, Wales
  • Stunning coastal views - a location to be relished with breathtaking views (fabulous sunrises and sunsets) across rolling farmland to the bay and 2 tiny islets.
  • The small village of Aberdaron is minutes drive away from this charming coastal holiday cottage - white washed cottages, pubs, cafes and shops. Visit the ancient church on the headland and enjoy the lovely sandy beach. Nearby for good food is Pen Bryn Bach Restaurant (booking advisable).
  • Abersoch 12 miles away has a bank, a village shop, Spar supermarket and a chemist.
Mediterranean ambience at this Lleyn Peninsula coastal holiday cottage near Aberdaron
  • Escape the stresses and strains of modern living and enjoy a relaxing holiday in this beautifully restored coastal holiday cottage (on several levels) with a Mediterranean ambience and multi fuel stove for cosy evenings in.
  • The warm sitting room has a large inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove as well as modern storage heating throughout (new 2015).
  • There are magnificent views from the small conservatory and off the main sitting room is a beautiful bedroom - all the bedrooms are stunning and stylishly furnished with superb views of the bay and tiny islands.
Eating Out in Aberdaron
  • Choose from The Ship Hotel, Ty Newydd Cafe, Sblash Fish Bar and Y Gegin Fawr once a communal kitchen for 13th century pilgrims traveling to Bardsey Island. Becws Islyn Bakery is a lovely little place to stock up on freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries, ideal for picnics. 
Lleyn Peninsula, Lleyn Adventure Activities & Welsh Castles
  • The energetic members of your party will love Lleyn Adventure Activities for all ages such as coasteering, canyoning,climbing, abseiling and more all with the guidance of experienced instructors.
  • The three magnificent castles of Harlech, Criccieth and Caernarfon are all within easy distance. They were built by Edward 1 as part of his ring of steel intended to subdue the Welsh. They are each well worth a visit.
Oriel Glyn y Weddw (gallery) & adjoining tea room, Llanbedrog near seside cottage, Lleyn Peninsula
  • Oriel Glyn y Weddw at Llanbedrog is a thriving arts centre with its own print and picture collection and important Welsh porcelain. New exhibitions are held throughout the year.with excellent elegant tea room
Bardsey Island
  • A haven for nature lovers where only 18 people live. Enlli Sea Safaris run trips to the island from Pwllheli and Porth Meudwy close to this Aberdaron coastal holiday cottage to see historic Abbey ruins, the Bird Observatory and a wide variety of flora and forna.
Glasfryn Ten Pin Bowling
  • Glasfryn Parc Ten Pin Bowling at Pwllheli is good family fun. There are 8 lanes, a fully licensed bar and a dining area.
Lleyn Peninsula Beaches a short drive from this remote coastal holiday cottage near Aberdaron
  • Porth Neigwl or Hell's Mouth so called because of the fabulous huge rolling waves that crash onto the beach in certain wind conditions. A popular place for surfers and thrilling for spectators. Wonderful for beach combing too. Hunt for treasures washed in by the sea.
Porth Oer or Whistling Sands
  • and Yes! They do whistle - something to do with the unique shape of the grains of sand causing them to whistle as the breeze blows across them.
Porth Ceiriad
  • Arguably the most beautiful beach in the area only accessed by walking and well worth every step! Sand, shingle, surf and sun!
Abersoch
  • The popular seaside town of Abersoch on the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula, with 2 sandy beaches, boutique shopping, chic cafe culture and plenty of watersports is always worth a visit.

Ffestiniog Railway, Porthmadog
  • This unique narrow gauge railway runs from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Time your journey to allow time to visit the fascinating Lechwedd Slate Caverns where you can take an underground tour, visit the old sweet shop and have a pint in the Miner's Arms.
Twnti Seafood Restaurant, Rhyd y Clafdy
  • Twnti Seafood Restaurant in Rhyd y Clafdy is an 20 year old business specialising in fresh fish, local crabs and lobster. Book to avoid disappointment.
The Sun, Llanengan
  • The Sun is an inviting pub with open fire, beer garden & patio. Real ales and traditional pub food are available. Dogs are welcome in the bar.
Bodnant Garden, Tal y Cafn
  • Bodnant is a world famous National Trust garden with botanical collection, laburnum arch and garden shop selling garden and household accessories as well as plants.
Glasfryn Parc Multi Activity Centre, Y Ffor
  • A thrilling day out for the whole family. Choose from ten pin bowling, fishing, wakeboarding, karting, kids zone and more. There are two restaurants and a farm shop stocked with delicious local produce.
Seaside cottage with cosy multi fuel stove Lleyn Peninsula and National Trust headland 'Uwch Mynydd'.
  • There is much more to enjoy when staying at this coastal holiday cottage with a multi fuel stove near Aberdaron on the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula. National Trust headland 'Uwch Mynydd' nearby offers spectacular coastal scenery, picnic sites & exhilerating walking. The small local village offers a choice of several pubs, hotel, cafe & shops.
Property Layout

Accommodation not all on one level.

3 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 6, plus cot. Master with king size bed & flatscreen tv with Sky, 1 double, 1 twin with flat screen tv with Sky,video.

Bathroom near master bedroom with bath, toilet, washbasin.

Shower Room near twin and double bedrooms with walk in shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin. All on ground floor

Please bring your own towels

Kitchen country style fitted units with gas cooker, microwave, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, fridge/freezer in cupboard opposite bathroom Large pine table under window with window seat and chairs seating 6. Highchair. Washing machine and tumble dryer in green barn at side of house.

Sitting Room inglenook fireplace, multi fuel stove, large sofas, 2 wing chairs, flatscreen tv with Sky, video, cd/cassette player. French doors leading into:

Conservatory with armchairs, tapestry cushions, wicker chair, table.

Fuel efficient storage heaters, multi-fuel stove, fan heaters in bathroom inclusive May - September, £30 per week outside these dates. Starter pack of coal and logs supplied October - April.

WiFi Internet

Grounds medium size enclosed garden (please note toddlers must be supervised) on several levels with steps, patio, lawns, mature borders, garden furniture, barbecue & gas barbecue - breathtaking views.

Ample Parking.

Welcomes: 1 dog free and 2nd at £25 per week.

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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Why you love Grepach
We returned from one of the best holidays that as a family we had ever had the cottage was outstanding and the views yes the views was out of this world waking up in the morning to see the sun rising over the sea was just outstanding!!! we arrived home on Friday afternoon and rebooked for next year !!!! Thank you sharing you holiday cottage
Mr Oughton
Amazing views! My mum doesn't want me to submit this review! We had such a brilliant time staying at Grepach over the Easter break that she wants to keep it a secret! As a family, we have been going on holidays to Wales for years and love Aberdaron. The cottage at Grepach was perfect for us as the children could play outside in the large garden which was surrounded by absolutely beautiful views! Every morning, we sat outside gazing at the sea and the countryside- it is truly idyllic. I was also allowed to have the master bedroom which was gorgeous and really comfortable. We were very lucky with the weather and definitely hope to stay again another year- if the owners will let us. Thank you for letting us stay in your beautiful home.
Mrs B. Wainwright
Property Layout

Accommodation not all on one level.

3 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 6, plus cot. Master with king size bed & flatscreen tv with Sky, 1 double, 1 twin with flat screen tv with Sky,video.

Bathroom near master bedroom with bath, toilet, washbasin.

Shower Room near twin and double bedrooms with walk in shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin. All on ground floor

Please bring your own towels

Kitchen country style fitted units with gas cooker, microwave, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, fridge/freezer in cupboard opposite bathroom Large pine table under window with window seat and chairs seating 6. Highchair. Washing machine and tumble dryer in green barn at side of house.

Sitting Room inglenook fireplace, multi fuel stove, large sofas, 2 wing chairs, flatscreen tv with Sky, video, cd/cassette player. French doors leading into:

Conservatory with armchairs, tapestry cushions, wicker chair, table.

Fuel efficient storage heaters, multi-fuel stove, fan heaters in bathroom inclusive May - September, £30 per week outside these dates. Starter pack of coal and logs supplied October - April.

WiFi Internet

Grounds medium size enclosed garden (please note toddlers must be supervised) on several levels with steps, patio, lawns, mature borders, garden furniture, barbecue & gas barbecue - breathtaking views.

Ample Parking.

Welcomes: 1 dog free and 2nd at £25 per week.

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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