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Highlights in Aberdovey
- Spectacular sceneries to great outdoor activities
- The best golf courses in the area
- Great routes to walk and bike
- Beachside rentals
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You have come to the perfect spot for an escape in peace and tranquillity. This coastal location has the best properties in idyllic places with easy access to those areas you want to enjoy. Cottages or cottages a few meters from the beach, or in front of the river mouth. There are also houses, with stunning views across the Dyfi Estuary and out to the Irish Sea, and surrounded by open fields.Renovated and spacious properties with Victorian and modern styles
The accommodations offer the best amenities, you feel at home. Modern and comfortable furniture. Terrace with barbecue, wood burning stove and slate fireplace, private garage, underfloor heating, family area for building sand castles, water sports or a place to fish crabs on the ever popular jetty, private garage and more. Ideal accommodations for groups of friends and families.
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The area and getting around
At 2 hours from your destination, in August, you have the opportunity to discover more about the Welsh culture and language at The National Eisteddfod. It is an annual event that includes a different part of the country and lasts a week when you can find the best stands, shops, food, music, dance, theatre, crafts, design, architecture, and many events for the whole family.Visit the best shopping centres in the area
If you are looking for something special to give or for yourself, come to the Victoria Shopping Center. Two hours away, located on the north coast of Llandudno. Here you can find everything from a bathing suit to a special jewel. In addition to food and entertainment. If you prefer to go south, discover the Trago store next to Swansea Road and opposite the Cyfarthfa Retail Park in Merthyr Tydfil. It has 23,200 square meters and more than 180,000 products such as carpets, clothing, DIY, furniture, built-in kitchens, toys, household items and furniture.
Travellers and activities
This town is ideal for lovers of water sports. You have the best scenery to enjoy that sport that you are passionate about. Snowdonia Park is home to the best lakes, beaches for surfing, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, and cycling among others. There are 20 golf courses available to golfers, including the top 3 in the UK. Walks and cycling have their place in the beautiful mountains of the park and in the coastal area.Aberdovey for families
This beautiful coastal town offers you a great variety of options to have a luxury holiday. Relax on the award-winning beaches. Enjoy a Victorian boardwalk. For more action, go on a hike through the impressive hills that these lands provide you. Enjoy the interesting festivals and events that take place here.
Joe Doherty went to the South Pole as a skier. For 61 days, he transported food and life-saving equipment in temperatures below -28C in the Antarctic desert. In January 2019, he managed to complete his expedition. Now he is a local hero.
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Practice in the best courses in this town. It's quite a tradition dating back to 1892 when the world-famous Aberdovey Golf Club was founded. You can also witness the tournaments that this club has programmed for this year: Seniors ’Betterball Open, Men’s Individual Stableford Open, Men’s Am-Am Open, Mixed Greensomes Open. There are more quality courses: Abersoch Golf Club, Bangor St. Deiniol Golf Club, Caernarfon Golf Club, Nefyn, District Golf Club and more.2. Explore the best settings for your favourite Water sport.
If you love sailing, canoeing and windsurfing, the appointment is in the majestic Llyn Tegid Bala, the largest natural lake in Wales. If you want more adrenaline, experiment with Afon Conwy, Afon Glaslyn and Afon Llugwy. Surfers are looking for action at Porth Neigwl or Hell’s Mouth, and Wakeboarding fans prefer to go to Abersoch. In summer, you will find yachting regattas, rowing regattas, sailboarding competitions and more family entertainment. Snowdonia's lakes and coastal waters await you.3. Enjoy the famous food festival.
Delight the best gastronomy. Food and drink demonstrations. Share with Gareth Ward, the Michelin-starred celebrity chef and UK's # 1 chef, now a TV celebrity. Here you will find the best Welsh artisan products such as seafood, award-winning cheeses, local meat, Snowdonia honey, beers, and wine among others.4. Discover the off-road routes for families.
Travel 10 miles (ca. 16 km) of the route from Bangor to Lake Llyn Ogwen, following the Afon Cegin Valley. For beginners, just do the first 4 miles (6.44 km) to Tregarth. On the tour you will find historical sites such as Penrhyn Castle and its quarry considered the largest in the world. Other world-class mountain bike routes are Coed's 8 and Brenin Forest Park, recognized as the largest in the UK. See Gwynedd Recreational Routes for more information on routes.5. Adventure day in the best walks of the park.
Take on the challenge and dive into the highest mountain in Wales and one of the wildest sites. It is a 12 km / 7.5 miles (ca. 12 km) ride, approximately 5 hours and while admiring the extraordinary views of the deep green valleys and sparkling lakes. In addition, to appreciate the sheep, goats, cows, and birds of prey, you will see in the mountains the alpine flowers that bloom there and the peculiar Snowdon that abounds in May. Prepare your wardrobe and come live this exciting adventure.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Aberdovey
How much does it cost to book a holiday rental in Aberdovey?
Aberdovey is one of the most expensive cities in the United Kingdom! For a stay here you will pay around £154.38 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Aberdovey are March, January, and February, with average prices of £128.82, £132.13 and £134.78, respectively.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Aberdovey?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£185.05), November (£164.04), and October (£162.81).
Is Aberdovey a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
When going on holiday to Aberdovey, it is necessary to think ahead, as 66% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Aberdovey were December, May, and November with average availabilities of 63.5%, 56.2% and 56%, respectively.
When are fewer lettings available?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 0.6% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (2.5%), and July (14.25%).
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