The new site owner of the former Whitehouse Hotel in Abersoch has announced that construction work on the £ 30million development is expected to begin in March 2022.
PGGH has secured an agreement to redevelop the site and is ready to bring the hotel and apartment program to life.
The site will include 42 luxury rooms and suites, a destination restaurant, a bar with terraces with sea views, reception facilities, a gym, a spa with swimming pool, treatment rooms and a thermal suite.
Charlie Openshaw, Director of Development at PGGH, said: “We are delighted to start working on this very exciting development. It will bring much needed hotel accommodation to the Llyn Peninsula and open up the destination and Wales to an international audience.
Eighteen apartments will be spread over the top two floors above the hotel.
“It is no secret that the demand for holiday accommodation is at an all time high in Abersoch,” Openshaw added. “This substantial new development builds on the footprint of the old Whitehouse hotel and has the advantage of meeting some of that demand without moving or converting residential properties in the city.”
PGGH, which will retain ownership of the site, is partnering with Bespoke Hotels.
Gwynedd County Councilor Dewi Wynn Roberts said: “If the peninsula is to reap the economic benefits and jobs that luxury tourism brings, without dislodging local communities, then this is exactly the kind of development. new high quality and friendly construction that is going to be needed.
“The impact on the local economy, both during construction and afterwards, when jobs and tourism spending are more tangible, will be of great benefit to the community.
“There will be high quality employment opportunities for local youth in the hospitality industry in conjunction with local colleges and apprenticeship programs.”