Weeks in June available for £220 per week. Bwlchgwyn Caravan is situated on private land in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB) and is less than a mile from the picturesque seaside village of Aberdaron.
This clean and comfortable haven gives far-reaching views across the Llyn Peninsula and is in an ideal location for a relaxing break in wonderful countryside surroundings with plenty of activities on offer for a more active holiday.
A leisurely stroll /short drive of less than a mile takes you to Aberdaron, with its sheltered, sandy, award-winning beach (awarded the Blue Flag again in 2018). Amenities at the village include a bakery, 2 popular pubs/restaurants offering lunchtime and evening meals, grocery store, newsagents, fish and chip shop and several cafes.
Enjoy leisurely walks as well as more challenging hikes along the miles of coastal path - part of the National Coastal Path. Join the Llyn Coastal Path directly from the caravan and walk up Anelog Mountain, from where panoramic views of the peninsula in its entirety and beyond can be enjoyed.
Pre-book the Coastal Bus to pick you up directly from the caravan to transport you to/from different points on the coastal path.
Approximately half a mile from the caravan is Porth Meudwy (hermits cove), a little fishermans cove from where a four-mile trip by boat will take you to Ynys Enlli /Bardsey Island.
The market town of Pwllheli and the hustle and bustle of Abersoch are approximately 20 minutes drive away.
Sleeping facilities consist of 1 double bed and a twin bedroom.
The caravan itself boasts a fully equipped kitchen with crockery, cooking utensils and cutlery, gas cooker with oven and grill, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster.
There is a television in the lounge area of the caravan.
Outside there is a lawned area offering privacy and a set of garden furniture for your use.
No extra charge for gas and electricity.
Bedding is provided.
No pets are allowed.
Strictly no smoking allowed in the caravan.