Lleyn Peninsula

Trefor

Trefor Looking for accomodation in Trefor? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room The steep hills that make up Yr Eifl tumble sharply down to the sea near the village of Trefor (Sea Town). The deep scars upon the north face of the hill bear evidence of granite quarrying, probably …

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Pwllheli

Pwllheli Looking for accomodation in Pwllheli? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Regarded by many as the capital of the Lleyn Peninsula, Pwllheli is an attractive seaside town with a modern marina, small harbour and two beaches. A meeting place for Lleyn folk, Pwllheli boasts a bustling weekly market, …

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Porthdinllaen

Porthdinllaen Looking for accomodation near Porthdinllaen? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Inextricably linked to Morfa Nefyn, is the village of Porthdinllaen, an eighteenth century fishing village, a cluster of houses and a waterside pub, nestled at the base of its own narrow headland and protected by the National …

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Nefyn

Nefyn Looking for accomodation in Nefyn? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Set at the base of the Twin Mountains, Garn Boduan and Mynydd Nefyn, this small, quiet village provides a good base for visitors to the north Lleyn coast. The biggest draw, deservedly so, is the long stretch …

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Morfa Nefyn

Morfa Nefyn Looking for accomodation in Morfa Nefyn? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Morfa Nefyn is situated midway along the north coast of the Lleyn Peninsula, just over a mile away from its sister village Nefyn. The main attraction of the village is the long sheltered sandy beach, …

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Llanystumdwy

Llanystumdwy Looking for accomodation in Llanystumdwy? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room (Avon Dwyfor) Photo credit © Allan Harris Just off the A497, between Pwllheli and Criccieth, stands the attractive grey stone village of Llanystumdwy. The fast moving River Dwyfor tumbles through the village, over which straddles the 18th …

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Llanbedrog

Llanbedrog Looking for accomodation in Llanbedrog? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Situated halfway between Pwllheli and Abersoch, connected to the former, by a long stretch of sand and shingle beach and tucked away beneath its headland, in a sylvan environment, sits the delightful village of Llanbedrog. Owned by …

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Criccieth

Criccieth Looking for accomodation in Criccieth? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room Criccieth is a popular, unspoilt, historic little town facing south over Cardigan Bay, effectively split in two by a rocky promontory, upon which stands Criccieth Castle. Ideally situated for exploring both the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia, Criccieth …

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Clynnog Fawr

Clynnog Fawr Looking for accomodation in Clynnog Fawr? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room The attractive small village of Clynnog Fawr, noted for its spiritual connections and appealing atmosphere, nestles midway between Caernarfon and Pwllheli. Firmly rooted on the Pilgrims Trail, Clynnog Fawr village, is an appealing cluster of …

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Abersoch

Abersoch Looking for accomodation in Abersoch? Get the lowest rate for your Hotel from booking.com Book Your Room On a fine day with the sun shining, the sea glittering and yachts moored in the bay, it is easy to see why this area has been dubbed The Welsh Riviera. A picturesque harbour, several sandy beaches …

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