Easter 2021

Afallon is now reopening following government guidelines, and welcoming visitors:  first of all single households, and then hopefully two households from 10th May.
Rules (taken from the government website) :  People from England can come to Wales from 12th April, if they are one household, or one household that has formed a support bubble, that bubble being with
  • a household with an adult living alone
  • a household with a single responsible adult
  • a household with one or more children under the age of 1 year old
The plan is to allow 2 households to mix from 10th May, (but there can be an extra support bubble within each household). This will be confirmed closer to the date, but as long as the figures remain on the decrease then we should be fine.
 Any holiday that has to be cancelled as a direct result of Covid-19 restrictions will be refunded in full.
We are committed to providing a safe and thoroughly clean environment for your holiday.  Certain items which normally decorate the house will have been removed (bedspreads, scatter cushions etc) for the time being. Bedding has additional protectors which are changed for every visitor. We will be focusing on the cleaning of high-traffic areas and frequently-used items (handles, key safe, switches, remote controls etc) which will be wiped over with a recommended product.  We trust that this will reassure all visitors that your safety and health are our priority.
We ask everyone to observe social distancing when out and about in the village.

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Afallon is a substantial stone-built farmhouse dating from 1871, and commands uninterrupted panoramic views over the village of Aberdaron and towards the southwest over Cardigan Bay.

It is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in one of the most picturesque locations on the North Wales coastline, and offers modern and comfortable family accommodation.

The house is set within its own enclosed hedged garden about ten minutes walk from Aberdaron village, with its safe sandy beach, shops, cafes and pubs, and there is excellent walking all around, particularly along the North Wales Coastal Path.

The house can accommodate comfortably up to 14 people in six bedrooms (plus 2 infants, if they are in cots). Please visit the Accommodation tab to find out more, or visit the Facilities tab for details about the house and what is available.