With the sea just there why not pursue watersports?
Not too long ago I walked a section of the Llyn Coastal Path. It was glorious weather with heather and bilberries on this side and sandy and rocky beaches on that. I was enchanted by the lure of rounding the next headland. Out at sea countless small pleasure craft or windsurfers skipped and darted over the waves like terns. I reached Pwllheli but did not get as far as Aberdaron, home of the Aberdaron Farm Bunkhouse. If you make it further than I did then you’ll find a lovely well modernised bunkhouse with underfloor heating (very welcome!) and accommodation across a big bunk room of 8 and two smaller en-suites of 4 and 3 bunks each. The bunkhouse can also provide bike hire and simple breakfast is included.
But with the sea just there why not pursue watersports? There is sailing at Pwllheli Marina, waterskiing, powerboating or windsurfing at Abersoch or wakeboarding at Glasfryn Parc. You could join those adventurous souls I saw from my coastal route.