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Gwynedd - Pwllheli

Pwllheli is a community and the main market town of the Llŷn Peninsula (Welsh: Penrhyn Llŷn) in Gwynedd, north-western Wales. It had a population of 3,861 in 2001 of which a large proportion, 81 per cent, are Welsh speaking. Pwllheli is the place where Plaid Cymru was founded. It is the birthplace of Albert Evans-Jones - Cynan - the Welsh poet.
The town grew around the shipbuilding and fishing industries, and the granite quarry at Gimlet Rock
During the 1890s, the town was developed by Solomon Andrews, a Cardiff businessman. This work included the Promenade, roads and houses at West End. A tramway was built linking the town to Llanbedrog. The trams ran until 1927 when the section of track between Carreg-y-Defaid and Tyddyn-Caled was seriously damaged by a storm. Andrews ran the Cardiff Road section in 1928, and offered to sell the tramway to Pwllheli Corporation at the end of the season, but they did not take up his offer. He then sold the assets, and the Corporation removed the tracks during the winter of 1928/29.

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Dwyfach Cottages

Tel: 01766 810208

We offer a choice of holiday cottages, a single storey on our dairy farm, a renovated farmhouse nearby and a modern house near the beach in Criccieth. All are within about 3 miles of each other.

All cottages have FREE ACCESS to the INTERNET.

Bwthyn is a single storey cottage in a beautiful location on our dairy farm. Our land stretches down to the peaceful banks of the river Dwyfach and is crossed by Y Lon Goed, an avenue of hardwood trees and a paradise for walkers. Bwthyn enjoys breathtaking views of Cardigan Bay and the mountains of Snowdonia.

Min y Traeth we offer quality accommodation for a family holiday in a quiet location 100 yards from the beach at Criccieth.

Prys Mawr has been renovated to a very high standard. It is in a rural location with countryside views.


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Gorwel Holiday Cottage with Hot Tub

Tel: 01758 612805

A warm and inviting 5 star self catering cottage with amazing views over Cardigan Bay. Ideally positioned on the Llyn Peninsula, for exploring all the attractions of North Wales.

Comfortably sleeps up to eight people in four bedrooms (+ another 2 in a separate en suite annexe, by arrangement). Set in its own 2 acre grounds with large car park, safe gardens and play areas well away from main roads

NEW furnished log cabin summer house, with TV & DVD player, drinks fridge and toys - the children love it! Free WiFi & internet access + smart TV.

New Hydropool luxury HOT TUB / Jacuzzi /SPA with sunbathing deck, overlooking the sea and hills.

 Gorwel (which means ‘Horizon’ in Welsh), is a stone built cottage which was converted from farm buildings in the 1950’s. It was acquired by the present owners in 2001 and has been dramatically upgraded and improved over the years, achieving 5 star status from the Welsh Tourist Board in 2007, after the addition of a new kitchen extension and new  luxury bathroom.

It is set in 2 acres, with a large private car park for up to 7 cars, and has a very large safe garden - ideal for children, and with a fabulous fully furnished summer house, which has amazing views over the bay.

It has been continually maintained in first class condition, and has recently had a complete makeover of the lounge, with new furniture and curtains.

Sleeping 8 in 4 bedrooms, Gorwel is ideal for one or two families, or a group of friends.

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Tel: 01758 712570

Llawrdref is a working 17 century farm and our self catering accommodation is situated in the south facing wing of the farmhouse.

This part of the Peninsula is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is ideal setting for anyone seeking the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Whilst only being a short drive away from various tourist attractions in the prestigious yachting village of ABERSOCH with its two safe sandy beaches, shops and night-life. On the doorstep is the famous 3 mile strip of beach known as Porth Neigwl [Hell's Mouth] which is popular with surfers and sight seers alike.

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