Abersoch Sgubor Unnos, Fferm Tanrallt Farm, Llangian, Abersoch, Gwynedd, LL53 7LN
Croeso/Welcome! Sgubor Unnos provides luxury bunkhouse accommodation on a Welsh speaking, traditionally run, family farm in the village of Llangian, one mile from Abersoch. Abersoch is famous for its watersports and there are great surfing beaches at Hell’s Mouth and Porth Ceiriad. Centrally located, the bunkhouse is the ideal base for outdoor activities including walking the newly opened Llyn Coast Path, surfing, cycling, golf, fishing and sailing. A few miles from Llangian, at the tip of the Peninsula lies Bardsey Island where 20,000 saints are buried! Why not pay them a visit? Trips around the island can be arranged. The modern bunkhouse offers three bedrooms ideal for individuals or groups. There is a fully equipped kitchen/lounge, disabled facilities, covered BBQ area, secure storage and private parking and free WiFi. There is a traditional village shop and phone box 500m away. For details on area see website. Photos taken by Tony Jones http://www.llynlight.co.ukThis accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
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14: 2 x 4, 1 x 6
All year, all day.
£20 (adult), £10 (under 10 years), including a light breakfast and bed linen. Discount for 3+ nights.
Not essential but recommended.
Phil or Meinir
GR 296 288 On entering Abersoch from Pwllheli, take the right hand turning up the hill signed to Llangian (follow brown signs). On left on leaving village.
Nearest train station is Pwllheli (7 miles). Good local bus and taxi service to Llangian. Public transport details on website.
This accommodation is available to individuals.
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Close to great surfing beaches, ideal for Summer.
Abersoch Sgubor Unos Bunkhouse provides luxury bunkhouse accommodation on a family farm, one mile from the stunning Abersoch. Abersoch is famous for its water sports and there are great surfing beaches, ideal for this Summer. As well as water sports, Abersoch is great for walking the newly opened Llyn Coast Path, surfing, cycling, golf, fishing and sailing. After a busy day you can come back to the Bunkhouse and have BBQ whilst watching the sun set, perfect!
Do you feel you need to learn something new in 2017 ?
Do you feel you need to learn something new in 2017. Come to Wales and learn how to spin. Fferm Tanrallt Farm, located on the outskirts of Llangian village one mile from Abersoch, will be running one or two day spinning courses on their traditional sheep farm. The courses will be using home grown wool and you can meet the Shetland and Romney Sheep who grew it for you. The wool can be a natural colour or hand dyed on the farm. You can take away the knitting yarn you produce.
Fferm Tanrallt Farm is situated close to the coast and the many beaches of the Llyn Peninsular. An ideal location for those who would like to mix a walking and spinning holiday. Or who would like to take some time exploring the local beaches and castles whilst learning about spinning wool. We can mix and match walking, exploring and spinning days to suit you. There are also opportunities to see and perhaps learn felting from a local felting artist.
The spinning courses cost £60 per person for a day including all materials, instruction, breakfast and lunch. Accommodation is available in the home of Sgubor Unos Bunkhouse on the farm for £20 a night. The bunkhouse has self catering facilities, or you can visit one of the many pubs and restaurants in the nearby harbor town on Abersoch for your evening meals.
The course are limited to four people per day, so will be bespoke to you needs. Courses will be run monthly throughout the year starting in January. Please get in touch with Meinir Roberts on 01758 713527 or email Sgubor Unos Bunkhouse, to chat about your course and available dates.
Meinir and Phil will be running learn to spin and knit courses on the Llyn Peninsular.
Meinir and Phill at Tanrallt Farm will be running courses in how to spin wool and knitting next year. Here’s a photo of a Christening Shawl by Meinir, it’s knitted in one ply alpaca from a nieghbour’s flock