Stay in Style on the Llŷn

Places to Visit

  • Plas Glyn y Weddw - gallery and arts centre with tea shop in Grade II Victorian Gothic mansion, Llanbedrog
  • Abersoch Lifeboat Station - open to the public every Thursday from 6.30pm
  • For a great variety of fun activities for all the family head to Glasfryn Parc 
  • Portmeirion Village and Gardens - classic Italian village and gardens designed by Clough Williams-Ellis, used as setting for "The Prisoner"
  • Totally Abersoch - photographic studio and gallery situated on the outskirts of Abersoch. The gallery displays stunning images of Abersoch and the surrounding areas by award winning local photographer John Wormald
  • Welsh Mountain Zoo - above Colwyn Bay, amazing views together with snow leopards, chimpanzees, red pandas and tigers
  • Anglesey Sea Zoo - sea water wildlife in specially constructed viewing tanks
  • Llechwedd Slate Caverns - underground rides through the caverns
  • Inigo Jones slateworks & workshop
  • Steam Railways - many narrow gauge railways including world famous route from the sea at Porthmadog into the mountains at Blaenau Ffestiniog and the Llanberis Lake Railway
  • Plas Yn Rhiw - National Trust part 16th century Manor House with ornamental gardens down to the sea & fantastic views across Cardigan Bay
  • Castles - Conwy, Harlech, Beaumaris, Criccieth and Caernarvon - magnificent buildings with great views
  • Snowdonia National Park- home to the highest mountain in Wales with its own mountain railway - 2009 saw the formal opening of Hafod Eryri, the new visitor centre on the summit of Snowdon with panoramic views from a "window on the world" wall of glass, as well as act as the terminus for Snowdon Mountain Railway
  • Popular children's adventure and discovery centre Greenwood Forest Park
  • Horse Riding at Cilan Fawr, ideally suited for experienced and novice riders as well as children, all rides are escorted and totally road free, magnificent panoramic views of Hell's Mouth Bay (Porth Neigwl), Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli, Isle of the Saints), Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay
  • Many stunning walking and moutain bike routes around the Llŷn including the magnificent Llŷn Coastal Path
  • Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm a popular attraction with home to farm animals including rabbits, puppies, pigs, ponies and lambs
  • Bodnant Garden (National Trust) -  amazingly beautiful gardens covering 80 acres above the River Conwy, especially stunning May and June.