Rhoshirwaun is a small, rural community on the spectacular Llyn Peninsula. This rugged arm of land juts into the ocean, in North Wales. It is an enchanting place to explore, with vast, sandy beaches, soaring cliffs and ancient fishing villages. There are no shops or pubs in the village – only a family-run garage – making it an ideal base if you want to relax in an authentic rural community and make the most of the surrounding countryside. The fields and woods on the doorstep of your Rhoshirwaun holiday cottage Gwynedd are crisscrossed by footpaths where you will often walk for miles with only the sound of birds singing in the hedgerows for company.
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The village is three miles northeast of Aberdaron, and 27 miles southwest of Porthmadog. Holiday cottages in Rhoshirwaun are close to some of the peninsula’s most dramatic scenery, and a short drive from wild bays such as Porthor and Porth Iago. Nearby, Porth Neigwl is another stunning beach where surfing and swimming are popular. Near the beach, the Sun Inn serves a variety of classic pub dishes and local ales. To the south of Rhoshirwaun, the former fishing village of Aberdaron lies on the coast, at the western end of the peninsula, and is sometimes called the Land’s End of Wales. It is a charming, lowkey resort where a pretty church overlooks a sandy shore. Visitors who need to stock up on supplies on self-catering holidays in Rhoshirwaun will find several family-run shops here. There are range of cafes, a bakery and a fish and chip shop. Near the beach, the Ship is a friendly pub with a reputation for serving excellent food. Rhoshirwaun is close enough to the the misty mountains and glistening lakes of Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey for day trips.