Many guests never get back into their cars from when they arrive until when they leave
Within the hotel grounds there is a sheltered heated outdoor swimming pool which is open from the Spring Bank Holiday until mid September. There is also a tennis court within a well tended series of gardens.
From the front door of the hotel you can walk to the beach in five minutes and from the front of the hotel you can now walk up onto the Welsh Coastal Foot Path in no more than ten minutes. For those who want adventure the Llyn Peninsular offers a multitude of activities to suite all tastes. Abersoch offers fantastic beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters, surfing, breath taking scenery, a number of annual events and a pleasant climate.
For those who like to take in the views, the Llyn Peninsular offers the perfect opportunity to stretch those legs. The Wales Coastal Footpath was formally opened in May 2012. Wales is the first country to have a formal trail right round its coast and you can get onto a stunetch right in front of the hotel. For further information go to www.walescoastpath.govb.uk. Great walks do not stop with the coastal path. We also recommend the walks up to great historic Celtic hill forts like Tre'r Ceiri and Garn Fadryn.
If you want to get off the beaten track what better way than on horse back. Local centres offer the unique opportunity to experience the peninsula. We recommend Cilan Riding Centre (tel. (01758)713276 ) and the Llanbedrog Riding Centre (07967331620). But do also check out the Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud & Riding Centre for some stylish horses!
Clay Pigeon Shooting
If a round of golf is 18 holes... 100 clays make a round of Sporting! The local centre caters for the beginner and more expert shot. Contact Bob Valentine at the Llanbedrog Shooting School on (01758)740810 www.theshootingschool.com.
Abersoch and the Llyn Peninsula is an ideal spot for water sports enthusiasts. National and also international Regattas are often hosted in Abersoch and Pwllheli area. Whether you're looking to sail, surf, windsurf or water-ski there are a number of organisations which can teach you the ropes. The South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club is based in Abersoch. (tel.(01758)712338 ) www.scyc.co.uk. The Abersoch Sailing School or ASS as it is known runs sailing tuition off the beach. Contact at www.abersochsailingschool.com and if you want to try out wakeboarding or surfing do contact Offaxis on (01758)713407. They are very good indeed. These are just some leads but there are many other options which you can follow up with their experience!
There are a multitude of alternative attractions for visitors to enjoy both on wet or sunny days. Whether it be an historic trip to Criccieth, Caernarfon or Harlech Castle or a journey by steam on the Ffestiniog or the Welsh Highland Railway, National Trust properties like Plas yn Rhiw; Portmeirion; the Lloyd George Museum or the lovely art gallery at Plas Glyn y Weddw there are days out for everyone to enjoy.
Preferred method of contact:
01758 713 303
07789 994 942
Conde Nast 2013 Wine List of the Year Award
Winner - Wine List of The Year 2013
Most Excellent Value Hotel
Winner 2008, Conde Nast Johansens
Finalist 2008, Conde Nast Johansens
Two Rosette Award
Awarded 2 Rosettes for Quality Food
Best Coastal Hotel Johansens