Castellmarch, a traditional family run beef and sheep farm, lies one mile from the village of Abersoch and 10 minutes walk from the nearest sandy beach. Castellmarch, according to a legend lost in the mists of time, was the home of 'March ap Meirchion' - a prince with horse's ears. In 1180 'Meirion Coch' a Chieftan of Edeyrnion infamous for his treachery in delivering Prince Griffith ap Cynan to the English lived here. The present house (probably unfinished) was built in 1628 by Sir William ]ones, MP for Beaumaris and Caernarfon, and chief Justice of Ireland - many tales have been passed on over the centuries about his connection with smugglers in the bay. Castellmarch is conveneiently situated off the main Pwllheli to Abersoch road, and is within close proximity of several amenities - golf courses at Abersoch, Pwllheli and Morfa Nefyn, horse riding, shooting/archery, water sports.
Snowdonia and Anglesey are within an hour's drive. Shops, Restaurants and Pubs are within 1 - 6 miles. Accommodation comprises of 4 self contained properties.
All beds are made up on arrival. Cots and high chairs are available in all 4 properties. All prices are inclusive of electricity and central heating (from October until April). A laundry room is available with washing/drying facilities, iron etc. There is a children's play area with picnic benches, barbecues and garden furniture. All 4 properties are verified and inspected annually by the Wales Tourist Board.
Address: Castellmarch, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 7UE | Tel/Fax: +44(0)1758 712242 |
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