Set in the grounds of Bwlchtocyn Farm Abersoch the Cottage was an old farm pigsty barn converted into holiday accommodation some years ago. A characterful Welsh Cottage stone with Slate Roof, in an idyllic setting between Abersoch and Hells Mouth bays. One bedroom on ground floor with open plan sitting room kitchen and dining area and shower room and upstairs a Crog Loft with study and a second double bedroom.
Surfs Up! Welcome to Porth Ceiriad.
Discover an idyllic sandy beach in Llyn. Porth Ceiriad is a pot of Welsh gold, popular with walkers, surfers and geologists alike.
South facing and very sheltered, it's a good beach for sunbathing and popular for most water sports, especially surfing, bodyboarding, kayaking and sailing. Surf conditions at Porth Ceiriad can be excellent and are best around mid to high tide. Big swell days are not for beginners.
Dogs are allowed all year round and the beach can be accessed from the Wales Coast Path, south of Abersoch near Bwlchtocyn.
Explore beautiful landscapes
A short walk along Porth Ceiriad beach will reveal a fascinating insight into the formation of this part of the peninsula. Look away from the sea for a moment, back towards land, and you will see millions of years of geological evolution in front of you.
As you walk along take note of the angle of the rock layers. They are not horizontal. Millions of years of forces have ‘folded’ these rocks and tilted them into the shapes and angles we see today.