Yr Hen Felin - The Old Mill, B &B is within easy reach of Tŷ Coch - the pub at Porthdinllaen that has been voted the 'third best beach pub in the world' , the dramatic coastline of the Llŷn Peninsula, the old market town of Pwllheli and the varied and memorable delights of Snowdonia.
The castles of the bygone Welsh Princes and Portmeirion village of the renowned 'Prisoner' cult series and wonderful Italianate architecture are only a short drive away. These can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
There are numerous coves and beaches, either to sunbathe, swim or explore, within close proximity.
Good restaurants, pubs and the local wine bar 'The Ship' @ Edern is only 100 metres away. Leave your car and walk to and from the Ship.
Your hosts are more than happy to suggest great walks, where to visit and where to enjoy the tastiest local meal.
They have substantial local knowledge and information, and are pleased to offer guidance to help and enjoy either the local area or the National Park.
There are ample good restaurants, pubs and teahouses in the area.
The area also offers a wide variety of attractions, including, briefly:-Nantgwtheyrn
(National Welsh Language Centre)Bardsey Island
(National Trust)Caernarfon, Harlech and Cricieth CastlesPortmeirion VillageFfestiniog RailwaySnowdon RailwayLlechwedd Slate Caverns
Golf courses - Nefyn (nearest), Pwllheli
Whatever the time of year it's easy to find something to fill your time on the Llŷn, be it swimming, sailing, archery, quad biking, ten pin bowling, clay shooting, winter and summer walking, horse riding, sailing, golfing and visiting various places of historical interest.
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