Lovely location with a fabulous view. Easy walk to the beach and village. Family really enjoyed Abersoch, shame house was disappointing.
A comfortable and spacious big bungalow that suited the three generations in our party. The views from the decking were amazing and the garden great for barbecues. Everything we needed was there - except we couldn't gain access to the garage to find the barbecue.
All was clean, tidy and in good working order.
everything you expect from a holiday in abersoch , quaint village , beautiful beach, the property is like home from home in quiet area , safe for children , the property has a lot to offer already booked next years holiday direct with the owner ..highly recommended
The good points were both the location and size of plot. The bad bits were the dated appearance of the bungalow inside and out ,the fact file greeted us with things to do in 2011 so that paints a picture!
Whilst advertised for 9 guests there was insufficient space and chairs in the lounge for all to be seated. Cutlery , crockery and saucepans left much to be desired.
The staircase to the upper floor was positively dangerous because of the steep pitch so much so a family member is still nursing bruises having slipped down the stairs.
Garden furniture was tired and the metal chairs rusty and there was no useable barbeque.
It was an expensive rental and really more was expected of it. Perhaps the owners could take heed as there is so much potential in the property---sadly not realised for us though for our stay in 2015.
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Abersoch is a lovely destination for a quiet weekend away. There a bunch of small towns and walking trails and the beach. For NYE, there were fireworks all along the coast. The house itself was fine, but it's not suitable for anyone coming from outside the country. You have to provide towels and sheets and a there's no close grocery store, so you need to bring a lot of stuff with you. There's no Wi-Fi, which was also inconvenient considering we are all professionals who needed to have some level of connectivity to our workplace. There is also only space heaters for heating a house in Wales in the Winter, which you should turn off when you leave, so the heating situation gets tenuous in the Winter.
That being said, we had a great time and were comfortable because we brought three cars worth of stuff with us.