Abersoch Sgubor Unnos, Fferm Tanrallt Farm, Llangian, Abersoch, Gwynedd, LL53 7LN
Call Phil or Meinir on 01758 713527
OverviewCroeso/Welcome! Sgubor Unnos provides 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 Llyn Coast Path, surfing, cycling, golf, fishing, running 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 bunkhouse offers three bedrooms ideal for individuals or groups. There is a fully equipped kitchen/lounge, disabled facilities, covered BBQ area, secure storage, private parking and free WiFi.
There is a traditional village shop and phone box 500m away. Spinning and knitting courses using the farm's own wool are available. For details on area see hostel's own website. Photos taken by Tony Jones www.llynlight.co.uk
Beds & Rooms:14: 2x4, 1x6
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:£20 (adult), £10 (under 10 years), including a light breakfast and bed linen. Discount for 3+ nights.
Booking:Not essential but recommended.
Directions: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.
Public Transport:Nearest train station is Pwllheli (7 miles). Good local bus and taxi service to Llangian. Public transport details on hostel's own website.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Wales Coast Path
By the Sea Accommodation for Cyclists Helping others during the Corona Virus pandemic Camping Available to Individuals IHUK Signage
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Sgubor Unos Bunkhouse on Tanrallt Farm is staying closed for summer 2020
August 14th 2020
Keep checking back to see when we will re-open.
At the moment we are playing it by ear, but unlikely to open this Summer
June 23rd 2020
Find accommodation that is re-opening here.
The first key workers cap in North Wales was knitted for our postman, Ianto
May 29th 2020
As well as volunteering as a First Responder, Meinir from Sgubor Unnos Bunkhouse on Tanrallt Farm has been masterminding a community effort to knit caps for key workers.
The caps are knitted by volunteers from wool grown on the farms Shetland and Romney Sheep, hand dyed and spun on the farm.
Fferm Tanrallt is close to the coast and the many beaches of the Llyn Peninsular. Normally an ideal location for holiday makers, the bunkhouse is empty right now. When the time is right it is a great location for holidays makers who like exploring the local beaches and castles. and learning about spinning wool.