With a strong maritime tradition, Pwllheli at the gateway to the stunningly beautiful Lleyn Peninsula exudes delightful sense of community and love for this little Welsh town which offers a collection of attractive holiday homes all year round. North Wales sports a fine collection of mighty castles built by Edward I presenting plenty of opportunities to visit and explore their historic ruins, as well as stately homes and majestic estates.
Glanrafon Fawr is a warm and welcoming semi-detached cottage within walking distance of Porth Colmon. The pet-friendly farm cottage lies just outside the charming hamlet of Llangwnnadl in North Wales and promises a cosy space in which to relax after exploring the wonderful North Wales coast.
Maesoglan is a former farmhouse set on a farm in Ceidio, Gwynedd. The coastal cottage enjoys views over a nature reserve and lies within easy reach of beautiful beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. The cottage features two open fires, exposed beams, spacious grounds, seclusion and contemporary comforts.
This quintessential Welsh country cottage in Gwynedd with magnificent rural and sea views nestles in a secluded location in the hamlet of Garnfadryn in the Llyn Peninsula.
Groesffordd Bach is a detached, whitewashed stone cottage surrounded by countryside and close to the coast. The pet-friendly coastal cottage is situated in Ceidio, Gwynedd. It boasts tradition and modernity, with an open fire, contemporary comforts, spacious interior and charming rural views.
When visiting Pwllheli, lose yourself in Greenwood Forest Park and find your child-side for the day as you enjoy the rides at this fantastic adventure park. Admire the conservation project of the Welsh Mountain Zoo, filled with breath taking scenery and panoramic views all around. Towards the coast there is an amazing harbour with beautiful boats and views out to sea. Beside it lies a long beach, perfect for lazy days in the sun. Pwllheli provides so much to build such a wonderful family holiday.