About Abersoch

Trem Tudwall is a self catering dorma bungalow in Abersoch, a lovely seaside village situated on the east-facing south coast of the Lleyn Peninsula, in Tremadog Bay, Gwynedd, North Wales.

The Lleyn Peninsula area of coastline has outstanding natural beauty, stretching for 100 miles around all 3 sides.

It has great beaches making for a lovely family holiday location and at the same time appeals to walkers, cyclists, golfers and sailing enthusthiasts alike.

Historically Abersoch was a fishing port but over the last 60 years has become well known as an important British sailing centre, providing access to numerous specialist watersport activities e.g. Dinghy sailing, windsurfing, jet-skiing and wakeboarding.

Abersoch has a delightful harbour and 3 fantastic sandy beaches (click to read more).

Town Beach (by the harbour)

Quarry Beach / Glanymor Ty’n Towyn (North East of the town)

Main Beach (South of the Town)

Abersoch Golf Club

June 23, 2010

Trem Tudwall is just 1km away from one of Abersoch’s activity gems. If you’re a golfer, hidden behind the sand dunes, Abersoch’s fabulous Golf Course, will provide you with 18 holes of challenging links and parkland golf. The course was designed by Harry Vardon in 1907 and thanks to a mild climate and fast draining […]

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Providing Access To 3 Fantastic Sandy Abersoch Beaches

June 10, 2010

Abersoch has 3 fantastic sandy beaches, with activities to suit everyone from families and couples to thrill seekers, especially watersports enthusiasts: Main Beach (South of the Town) – Calm waters / considered ‘Safe’ – Perfect for building sandcastles – Has a motor boat exclusion zone – Spectacular views as it faces moutains of West Wales […]

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