In order to protect our Guests, Ourselves and the local communities that we all live in, we have decided to close our facilities until further notice. We will not be taking any new bookings for our B&B or Self catering Cottage until further notice. We will review this situation on a regular basis and await better/further information before we make the decision to re-open. We apologise profusely for any inconvenience caused and hope that normal service will be resumed sometime in 2020; and let’s all look forward to a better 2021. Take care.
Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering on the Llŷn Peninsula in North Wales
We are located at the centre of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Llŷn Peninsula in North West Wales, and are central to the seaside villages of Morfa Nefyn, Nefyn, Abersoch, and Aberdaron and our local market town of Pwllheli.
At either location, you can enjoy the freedom, peace and quiet and tranquillity that the area boasts with stunning coastal and mountain scenery and ample fresh air to refresh those tired bodies and minds. Walk stretches of the Llŷn/Wales coastal path, made easy to organise with the aid of a personal shuttle service, or in the Snowdonia National Park. You truly can get away from it all in an area yet to be spoilt by the busy lifestyles of the 21st century.
Based on our customer reviews, and our 5* rating from Visit Wales, we can safely say that we are one of the best accommodation providers in the area. We make sure that your stay on The Llŷn Peninsula and in the Snowdonia National Park is filled with pleasant memories and experiences that will make sure that you will return home thoroughly refreshed.
Stay for a short break of two or three days or a longer more leisurely holiday; we are here to welcome you to this truly beautiful unspoilt part of Wales.
Cewch groeso cynnes Cymreig yma bob tro felli dewch am dro i Benrhyn Llŷn lle y cewch heddwch, harddwch a hen hen hanes.
Heulwen ar hyd y glennydd – a haul hwyr
A’i lyw ar y mynydd;
Felly Llŷn ar derfyn dydd,
Lle i enaid gael llonydd.
(Englyn trawiadol iawn o waith J Glyn Davies.)