2 Bedroom Traditional Cottage Close To Village And Beaches
About John Booth
The cottage has been owned by our family for more than forty years.
John Booth purchased this Cottage in 1970
Why John Booth chose Abersoch
Ceiriad Bach is one of the few remaining old welsh cottages in the village.The layout is traditional and includes a crogloft bedroom in the roofspace which is very popular with children and adults alike. South facing it enjoys the sun for much of the day-yet it's thick stone walls help to regulate the temperature inside. It is essentially a cosy family cottage and has provided many families with an enjoyable seaside holiday.This is reflected in the many complimentary reviews which we have received over the years.Several of our visiting families have returned to the cottage year after year.
What makes this Cottage unique
Ceiriad Bach is unusual in being a detached country cottage and garden within easy walking distance of the village shops,hotels,restaurants and other facilities, also several beaches,the harbour,golf course and the Welsh coastal path.Indeed many of our visitors are able to have an action packed holiday whilst leaving the car parked on the driveway. This range of facilities ensures that there are activities of interest to all ages within close proximity to the cottage.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Cute little cottage
Great little cottage. Just a short walk into Abersoch. Lovely garden.
The location was great fantastic walks to the beach and great beaches nearby. Short car journeys to other great places
I was a little dissappointed with the accomodation. A little dated inside the cleaners didnt seem to notice the cobwebs in the bedroom and around the rest of the place. When cooking the smoke alarm continued to go off even when there were booked eggs on a back ring. This is very annoying. Slightly hair raising when you had to drive out onto the road only on one occasion did a car come flying round the bend as I was coming out. Garden was nice fuchias could do with a trim as they are well into the drive overall wirth 4 stars could easily be a 5 .
Small but comfortable
Quaint but cosy.
Good value well located
Lovely garden tight drive but we followed their advice about the gate and it helped. Kitchen and bathroom compact but modern and well equipped. The conservatory made a good addition to the space and was light and bright where the main room and bedroom were quite traditional . Good value and well located.
Quaint cosy cottage
We have returned to this cottage as it is perfect for us. It is a lovely walk into the centre of Abersoch and the enclosed garden is an ideal space for the kids to have a run around. The property was clean on arrival and the owner (John) is a pleasure to deal with - I have no doubt that we will be back!
This was a last minute break my son booked for me so I didn't anticipate too much. Just needed a break. This cottage is idyllic! Complete with roses around the door. Lovely safe garden that my dogs enjoyed. Everything spotless. Pleasure to keep clean. Loved it so much I wanted to book again immediately. John Booth professional, helpful and approachable.
Thank you so much! Definitely be back!
The county of Gwynedd is renowned for the contrasting beauty of historic villages and castles,sandy beaches,and rocky headlands all set against the backdrop of the Snowdonian mountains.
Abersoch is an unspoilt village best known for its natural beauty, sunshine, mild climate and miles of sandy beaches.The beaches provide large expanses of safe bathing and there are surfing and sailing activities throughout the summer season.
The coastline and hinterland provide extensive footpaths and cycle ways in and around Abersoch and its neighbouring villages.This includes access to the newly created Welsh Coastal Path.
Abersoch village provides a wide selection of hotels,pubs and restaurants and has a thriving evening life.
In addition to surfing and sailing activities the village has an 18 hole golf course which borders one of the main beaches.
For those interested in marine life there are off shore boat trips to the nearby St Tudwals and Bardsey islands continuing down the coastline towards the village of Aberdaron.
Other Activities: Jet Skiing, Boat Trips, Music Festivals, Quad Biking, Karting, Wakeboarding, Body Boarding,Surfing,Horse riding,Power boating,Sailing,Walking,Fishing,Golf,Visiting castles,Ffestiniog Railway trips,Visiting Portmeirion.