This superb self-catering small-holding is situated in a peaceful, rural, location on the headland with magnificent views. The cottage sleeps up to six, in three bedrooms.

The cottage has recently been renovated to a very high standard.  All plaster has been stripped and replaced with lime-plaster, or exposed stonework pointed with lime-mortar.  The kitchen and bathroom have recently been re-fitted.  A gas boiler provides hot water and central heating in every room.  The cottage has porches to front, and rear, and is double-glazed throughout. There is a large kitchen, with dining area, including electric cooker, with ceramic hob, and fan-assisted oven, plus microwave oven, dishwasher, and large fridge freezer etc. A washing machine and tumble-dryer, are in an out-building. The bathroom is situated on the ground floor with hand basin, toilet, bath, and electric shower.

The lounge has a wood burning stove with two sofas, arm chair, LCD TV with integral DVD player, and also CD player/radio. The main bedroom is also on the ground floor, with double bed, wardrobe, and dressing table, with mirror. Stairs take you directly into the second bedroom, with a double bed, chest of drawers with dressing mirror, and gives access to the third bedroom. This is a small bedroom, with two full size single beds. The ceilings in these two bedrooms are low. The cottage is very well equipped, and tastefully furnished, including some period Victorian, and Edwardian, pieces. 

Outside there is a Mediterranean style, masonry, Landmann BBQ with chimney. A hardwood picnic table, and benches, are provided, plus sun loungers, together with some outdoor games. There is an outbuilding for storage of sports equipment etc.  The cottage contains a selection of books on subjects including local interest, and history, together with local maps, and games etc.


This property is situated on Mynydd Cilan, and is bordered by National Trust land, and Porth Ceiriad Site of Special Scientific Interest. The listing comments…….. "This coastal site is designated for its botanical, ornithological, and geological interest". The cottage is part of a small-holding, which includes fields which can be used for the storage of boats etc., by prior arrangement. Views are to the west, across Hell's Mouth, Mynydd Rhiw, and Bardsey Island; and to the north, to Mynytho, and Llanbedrog, and are truly outstanding. This is a working small holding, and the surrounding common land is grazed, so children will see the country at work.


The recently completed Wales Coast Path runs nearby and the immediate location is well known for walking, bird watching, star-gazing, and fishing off the rocks. Horse riding is also popular with pony trekking stables nearby. Within a few minutes there is an 18 hole golf course, hover-crafting, go-karting, quad bikes, archery, falconry, coarse fishing, beach fishing, game fishing, game shooting, and clay pigeon shooting.

Abersoch is famous for its water-sports, including sailing, power-boating, water-skiing, wake-boarding, wind-surfing, surfing, and sub-aqua diving. You can also take boat trips for sea fishing, and pleasure trips to places such as St Tudwals Islands, Half Tide Rocks, and even Bardsey Island. Thanks to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, dolphins, and porpoises may even join you.

Don't make the mistake of thinking that this location is only for the high summer. Each season brings new aspects to this area of outstanding natural beauty.

Parc y Brenin is situated south of Abersoch, on Cilan Headland. The full address is:

2 Parc y Brenin
Nr Pwllelli
LL53 7DD

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Available throughout the year.
Prices from £400.00, to £550.00, per week (Saturday to Saturday).

Notes for visitors:

Fuel, and electricity costs included
Complementary bottle of wine, and milk, provided on arrival
Duvets on all beds
All bedding provided
Guests must provide their own towels
Cot available
Arrival after 3pm, departure time 10am
All weekly bookings Saturday, to Saturday
Parking plentiful


For prices, availability, and literature please contact:

Sally, or David
Telephone 01625 523391
Mobile 07930 002204