Llwyngwril holiday cottages are a stroll away from a beautiful pebble beach, and surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Llwyngwril is a village on the West Wales coast, in the county of Gwynedd. Nestled between the hills and the ocean, it is a spectacular location for a holiday in Snowdonia National Park. The village consists of a scattering of homes, most of which are near the road and railway track which run east and west, along the coast. Take a stroll from your Llwyngwril holiday cottage and you will discover a peaceful community, with fine stone architecture. By the Afon Gwril, which flows through the village on its way to the ocean, Riverside Stores is a small grocery selling all the essentials. On the opposite side of the river, the Garthangharad is a lovely pub, serving local ales and hearty dishes, including burgers and fish and chips. 


A quiet, charming rural holiday getaway in Llwyngwril on the Gwynedd coast in Snowdonia, Brynteg Cottage is only minutes from the sea. This bright, welcoming, and spacious holiday cottage in North Wales sleeps six guests. A great base for exploring a gorgeous coastal area.

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On the western edge of Llwyngwril, there is a village hall and a railway station, with trains running northeast towards Friog, Fairbourne and Arthog, and southwest toward Llangelynin and Tonfanau. There are a number of interesting historic landmarks to look out for in and around the village, including the parish church, and Salem Chapel, which features a lavish Gothic-style interior. Self-catering holidays in Llwyngwril would be incomplete without a day on the beach, a short walk along the riverbank from the centre of the village. 

Llwyngwril Beach is a vast stretch of rocky and sandy shore, backed by a pebble bank. Swimming and surfing are popular, and dolphins are often spotted as they pass by in Cardigan Bay. Just east of Llwyngwril, Fairbourne is a slightly larger village, with a few places to eat and drink, and a long, pebbly shore. On the opposite side of the River Mawddach, Barmouth is a charming resort with a sandy beach and a spectacular, mountainous backdrop.