We are located towards the Western end of the Llyn/Lleyn Peninsula in North West Wales, an area known as Pen Llyn; and are therefore central for the villages of Abersoch, Aberdaron, Nefyn and the local market town of Pwllheli and on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
Bed and Breakfast
We provide Bed and Breakfast at our home which is at
Gwel Yr Ynys, Lon Fudur, in the village of Dinas, near Pwllheli, Gwynedd
LL53 8SR. (See us on Google Maps)
We are roughly 4 miles from Nefyn and Porth Oer and 6 miles from Pwllheli or Aberdaron or Abersoch and at the foot of Carn Fadryn.
Please see this image to get a feel for the type of countryside in which you will be staying, with this view of our “village” from the top of Carn Fadryn; our home being roughly located in the centre of the village.
This picture was taken on the 9th June 2011, and the views from the top were stunning.
Self catering cottage
Self catering accommodation is provided at the quarryman’s cottage in Trefor, a picturesque traditional quarrying village with most of the cottages built from the local granite.
It is located on the caost just off the main route between Caernarfon and our local market town of Pwllheli and again close to the villages of Nefyn and Abersoch and the many attractions of the Snowdonia National Park.
Below is an image of the village from the top of Tre’r Ceiri looking towards Anglesey.
There are also stunning views across to Snowdonia, Cardigan Bay and down to the far end of the LLyn/Lleyn Peninsula and if the weather is clear, across the Irish Sea to the Wicklow Mountains. .
We provide accommodation throughout the year, and have had great reviews so far for both places so we are very pleased that people love what we offer.
Our charges for Bed and Breakfast vary from £65 to £90 per room per night at Gwel yr Ynys, depending on the time of the year with a £10 reduction for single occupancy.
Self catering in Trefor is charged at rates between £55 and £90 a night for the cottage depending on the time of the year with the 7th night free if you stay for the whole week.
Background heating is included in the price, while any additional usage of electricity is controlled through a coin operated meter; roughly £2 a day, which acts as a deterrent against wasting energy.
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