Sandbar beach restaurant features Accoya windows and doors by RJ Parry Joinery



Sandbar at the Warren Resort and Spa

Sandbar at the Warren Resort and Spa

Located on The Warren beach in Abersoch, Wales this sweeping timber building beautifully sits within the stunning landscape of the bay.

Sandbar at the Warren Resort and Spa, owned by the Haulfryn Group, is the perfect place to relax and unwind and enjoy delicious food and drink, next to the sea.

No expense has been spared on the quality of the design and the execution of the construction of this stunning beach bar restaurant.  With a natural roof, a vast outside deck and Accoya timber windows and doors, handmade by Parry Joinery it’s not hard to see the venue becoming an all year round favourite.

30 years in the joinery industry RJ Parry Joinery has a highly skilled workforce and the ability to manufacture and deliver large scale contracts such as the Sandbar beach bar. RJ Parry works with the wood distributor, James Latham, to gain stock of Accoya.

Recommended by RJ Parry, Accoya wooden windows and doors were the only choice for this project.  Coated with a Remmers translucent stain Accoya is not only easy to work but thanks to its stability coatings last longer. Added benefits include superior thermal insulation, meaning heat lost through timber windows and external doors is reduced, keeping this restaurant cosy all year round.

Whatever the weather you are guaranteed stunning views with the sound of the sea next to you.

RJ Parry is a family run company and approved manufacturer of Accoya wood.

For more information on Accoya wooden windows please see

Applications used in this project:Windows Windows Doors Doors

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