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  • Goleufryn

  • Abersoch
  • Ref: 1162
  • 10
  • 4
  • 2
  • 5
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Goleufryn

  • 10
  • 4
  • 2
  • 5
  • Ref: 1162
Property Highlights:

Dog and family friendly large Abersoch holiday house just 10 min walk to the sandy beach, village, pubs & restaurants - sleeps 10. Extra accommodation available in 2 barns. 1 sleeps 6, at £200 per night, the smaller one sleeps 4, at £150 per night. Perfect for family get-togethers or for large groups of friends.

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Price reduction of £200 for 1 to 2 guests.
Price reduction of £100 for 3 to 4 guests.
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Guest Book Comments

Great family accommodation...loved it. We were delighted to stay in this property. It was clean and well maintained. The owner met us on arrival, she was extremely friendly and helpful and we were very impressed with the great customer service. This property was ideal for our extended family holiday comfortably accommodating our two families . We would well recommend it. There are some beautiful beaches and walks in the area and the local village offers a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops again all highly recommended.

Pauline S - 27 May 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Great property in lovely location. This is a lovely property in a great location for doing Welsh Coastal Path. The kitchen was was very well equipped. The house was really clean and well maintained. We would love to stay again. Thanks for making us so welcome.

Deirdre - 29 April 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We booked this cottage for my family and our four dogs. The cottage is absolutely gorgeous, plenty of space for everybody. Lesley was there to greet us on arrival. She was very friendly and hospitable. She had even arranged for there to be Easter Eggs on arrival for each of the children in our group, together with some Prosecco for the grown ups!

The house itself is in an ideal location, only 10 minutes walk away from a dog friendly beach. Lovely views from the bedroom windows across the fields. We had the log fire lit for a couple of the nights which was really lovely. I would highly recommend this cottage to anybody wanting to stay in a large group.

Abersoch is beautiful, plenty of bars and restaurants if you want to try them, although we quite enjoyed having a few bottles of wine in the cottage during the evenings and big family meals together. We all had a really lovely time and would highly recommend this place to anybody. Lesley was always available if we had any problems (not that we had any!).

Gayle J - 13 May 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We had a lovely week at Goleufryn for my mother in law's 70th birthday party. We had lots of space. The kids spent many happy hours in the games room playing table football and outside in the courtyard having swing ball battles!

The property was clean and well presented. The house has a large living area which provided plenty of room for all of us to relax and play games in the evenings. The kitchen area is incredibly well stocked. The outdoor seating area was lovely and secluded with a great BBQ which we were lucky enough to use one night.

Lesley was extremely helpful and accommodating. She was there to welcome us and show us round and ensure that we had everything we needed. Thank-you for a wonderful week!

Guest - 14 August 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

There's no place like home.... but Goleufryn comes a close second.

This was our first ever holiday as a family with ages spanning between 16 and 70. It was just like home with large tv, sky, games, books and we all had a few games of pool. The BBQ was put to much use over our weeks stay and the large living space was put to much use in the evenings by all.

We all had a great time and would definitely recommend.

Michaela R. - 26 August 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

I booked this to share my 60th birthday celebrations with family.

There was more than plenty of space for everyone and the games room was well used. Table football, pool and table tennis proved popular with all ages. Unfortunately we never got chance to use the bikes....always too much else to see and do.Weather was mild for time of year but we did light the log burner on our last evening.

Lesley and her husband were very friendly and helpful. The house is set in a beautiful area and we explored several places. Kids enjoyed a visit to Dwyford rabbit farm, crabbing off Abersoch jetty and the amusements at Pwllhei. We had a lovely walk along the beach at Nefyn watching a seal in the sea and enjoyed refreshments in the sun at Ty Coch Inn. Aberdaron is a nice little place with lovely coffee shops. The whole of the Llyn Peninsula is so beautiful.

The house is very well equipped and we had several family meals together in the dining area, including a fish and chip supper as well as a visit to Weatherspoons in Pwllhei. Overall a great place to stay. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Goleufryn.

Nigel Kimbley - 7 October 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Lovely welcome house was lovely and comfortable. Location beautiful peaceful and just right to relax in. Garden great for dogs.

A trusted customer - 18th November 2018

When we booked the holiday, we were expecting a 'Premium Cottage' standard. In the event, it was very average - verging on poor. Particular points of irritation were: the shower on the top floor was very tight, in terms of space, and difficult to use; the DVD player was sub-standard - and stopped working on two occasions; the dishwasher was difficult to use; numerous pieces of crockery were chipped; the layout of the kitchen made it very cramped and difficult to use; the dining room (with ten chairs) was very cramped; the external recycling bins were all full on our arrival - recyclable items had to be placed in the games room (as instructed on arrival). Although we loved the area, we doubt if we would be returning to this particular house.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your review, we are sorry that there were several issues with the property, we are glad that you loved the area.

Ruth Parson - 20th April 2018
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Property Description
Large Abersoch holiday house 10 min walk from Abersoch Beach (NT) Llyn Peninsula, Wales, up to 5 well behaved dogs welcome and excellent games room.
  • An imposing Edwardian house for holidays (sleeps 10) just 10 minutes walk (2 mins by car) to the centre of this bustling small seaside resort and sandy beach of Abersoch.
  • Large and spacious interiors with an open plan ground floor, luxury kitchen and comfortable lounge. The dining area is in the light and airy conservatory.
  • The master bedroom has an en-suite with a freestanding bath and steam/massage shower with radio.
  • Goleufryn has a delightful playroom that will please children of all ages.
  • When you are ready to explore Goleufryn is 3 miles from Llanbedrog Beach (NT) and Hell's Mouth beach.
  • This large handsome Abersoch holiday house (sleeps 10) is surrounded by a mature garden with paved patio and barbecue, a small annex has a games room - ideal for wet days with snooker table, dart board, table football and there are 3 bicycles that guests are welcome to use.�One well behaved dog is welcome too (more by arrangement).
  • Welcome tray & bottle of wine on arrival.
  • The gardens of this large Abersoch holiday home are full of interesting flowering trees and shrubs and there are fabulous panoramic views of the Peninsula and the mountains of Snowdonia.




Interior

4 Bedrooms sleeping 10. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and en-suite (freestanding bath, shower cubicle with steam/massage & radio) and 1 Twin on 1st floor. Family room with Kingsize bed a Single and a pull out bed. 1 Twin on 2nd floor.

Shower Room on 2nd floor with shower cubicle.

Cloakroom on 2nd floor with toilet & washbasin.

Cloakroom on 1st floor with toilet & washbasin.

Kitchen luxury fully fitted kitchen with Range electric cooker (2 ovens, separate grill, ceramic hob), dishwasher, microwave, fridge with ice box, freezer,

Utility Room with top loader industrial strength washing machine, central heating boiler.

Lounge log burning stove, wall mounted flat screen Sky TV with record and Sky On-demand. 3 large leather sofas, leather footrest, 1 leather easy chair. 

Conservatory Extendable Oak Table with 8 chairs and 2 oak benches, 1 large leather sofa, small flat screen TV. Patio doors to garden.

Study writing desk and chair, bookcase and games.

Grounds medium sized garden with mature shrubs, with barbecue, patio with garden furniture, lawns.

Games Room Annex table tennis table, snooker table, darts. Table football, 2 bikes for guests use. Bed with shower basin and toilet.

Barn Additional accommodation available to sleep 6 in larger barn, @ £200 per night & 4 in a smaller barn @ £150 per night.

Additional Information

 Short breaks - All year during Summer & Peak weeks

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday, for short breaks a Friday.

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £50 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free. 4 more by arrangement @ £25 p/w, please call.

Travel cot - Yes, 3 on request

Highchair - Yes, 2 highchairs and 1 booster seat on request

About the Area
Abersoch Seaside Town
  • Abersoch, with its beautiful sandy bay is renowned for sailing and all water sports and with its cafes and restaurants spilling out on to the streets has all the atmosphere of a popular seaside resort with lots of cafes & restaurants spilling out onto the streets. Beautiful beaches abound including the Nattional Trust beach at Llanbedrog and only a short drive away is the spectacular bay of Porth Neigwl.
  • Lots to see and do here - a walking festival in May, jazz festival in June, wake board and water sports competitions in July.
Golf Courses
  • For golfers there is Abersoch Golf Course (18 holes) in a superb setting amongst ancient sand dunes overlooking Abersoch Bay, a challenging championship course at Nefyn and nearby Pwllheli.

Llyn Peninsula Beaches

  • Llanbedrog beach, impeccably maintained by the National Trust is popular with families. The sheltered shore is nestled between dramatic cliff tops dotted with heather and lush pine trees and backed by a colourful row of beach huts available to rent from the National Trust.
  • A short drive away is the spectacular bay of Porth Neigwl.
Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path
  • Join the Coastal Path to enjoy the splendours of the rugged coastline. 
  • The path goes inland briefly passing through the timeless little hamlets of Llanegan and Llangian with their country pubs and ancient churches - look out for the granite pillar with its Latin inscription in the graveyard.
Turtle Photograhy, Abersoch
  • One of the leading sources of marine photography in the area. Prints, canvases, postcards, greeting cards, gift vouchers and sculptures all hand made and signed, for sale.
Abersoch Jazz Festival
  • If you are a jazz musician or jazz lover then book your holiday in June. The annual Jazz Festival is a wonderful event playing host to national and international artists. Buskers are welcome too. 2011's musical festivities will take place June 10th - 12th
Welsh Clog Maker, Heol Henbont, Criccieth
  • The only full time maker of Welsh clogs from the hide and log to the finished article. Trefor Owen makes clogs (not only Welsh) in many designs and colours for customers all over the country.
Glasfryn Activities, Y Ffor
  • Choose from any number of exciting activities. There is something for everyone to enjoy at Glasfryn from bowling, archery, quad bikes and fishing to karting, canoeing and shopping. There is even a Farmers Market held on the first Saturday of each month.
West Highland Railway & Ffestiniog Railway
  • Take a nostalgic and scenic train journey either up Snowdonia to the fascinating slate village of Blaenau Ffestiniog or through Snowdonia on a return journey visiting the engine sheds on route where enthusiasts can climb aboard the engines.
Plas yn Rhiw Georgian Manor (NT)
  • Climbing upwards from the bay is Plas yn Rhiw (NT), a small Georgian manor house which preserves the memory of a way of life which has long disappeared from the Peninsula countryside. There are panoramic views from here of the Peninsula and the mountains of Snowdonia.
Cilan Riding Centre, Abersoch
  • Exhilarating riding for novice or experienced riders along a scenic headland 3 miles from Abersoch.
Enlli Sea Safaris & Shearwater Cruises, Pwllheli Marina & Bardsey Island
  • Enjoy the coastline from the sea by taking a boat from Pwllheli or Aberdaron in the summer months. The most memorable trip is to Bardsey Island - watch the gulls dive bomb around you and look out for the colony of grey seals that swim in these waters.
  • Bardsey Island is the burial place of 20 thousand saints (according to legend) and there are the ruins of a 13th Century Augustinian Priory here and a wildlife observatory - no cars, no pylons, no mobile phones just peace and quiet!
Rabbit & Animal Park, Llanystumdwy
  • A delightful day out whatever the weather. Many of the animals are housed in farm buildings. Children will love holding baby rabbits, guinea pigs and puppies. There is an outside play area and a picnic spot.
Lloyd George Museum, Llanstumdwy
  • Once boyhood home of the great 20th century statesman Lloyd George now a museum dedicated to his life and work including a collection of memorabillia and the first world war treaty.
Criccieth - A Heritage Walk
  • Copies of the book Criccieth A Heritage Walk can be bought at Tourist offices in Porthmadog and Pwllheli for less than £2. Walk around Criccieth exploring interesting historic sites on route.
Days away...
  • Enjoy a day trip to Snowdonia National Park for spectacular mountain scenery, steam train rides, historic hot spots, epic adventures and more. Bounce Below on neon lit trampolines in subterranean caves, fly 100mph along Europe's longest Zip Wire at Zip World, learn new skills or improve your style in state of the art wave garden of Surf Snowdonia just to mention a few.
Large holiday house in Abersoch ideal for extended families or friends sharing and their well behaved dogs (up to 5) to enjoy exploring the beautiful Llyn Peninsula with days away in the Snowdonia National Park.
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Duration
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