Llyn Peninsula Holidays |

Choose from a variety of accommodation to suit your stay

The Llyn Peninsula is a stretch of land 30miles long that sticks out from the north of Wales into the Irish Sea. It is a unique area of outstanding beauty with remote hamlets, friendly communities, copious amounts of wildlife and many secret hidden coves and beauty spots waiting to be discovered.

Accommodation can be found throughout the Peninsula in many forms; we can provide small and cosy self-catering cottages, larger but personal bed and breakfast houses and luxury hotels to wash stress away. A quick browse of our site will reveal a place to stay to suit any type of Llyn Peninsula holiday.

So why visit the Llyn Peninsula when the whole of Wales sits between it and the English border? Quite simply, the Peninsula is more remote, more spectacular, and a more jaw dropping place than anywhere else in Wales.

The coastline is 100miles long and surrounds three sides of the Peninsula. A visit here means never being too far from the sea, where water sport thrives, and of course reveals many glorious beaches. The north and western coasts are rugged with cliffs, longs bays, hidden coves and islands. The south coast, or the Welsh Riviera, has long sandy beaches and calm seas. Diversity is the key word, there is guaranteed to be a beach to match exactly what you want on a holiday.

Inland hills and mountains dominate the landscape, providing an unlimited amount of walks and sightseeing opportunities. Yr Eifl is on the north of the Peninsula and is the highest point in the area. Three peaks mean days of exploring and taking in the stunning views. Whilst possible to drive and then casually walk most of the way up and around these peaks, it is advised that the final treks to the summits can be difficult with loose rocks and sometimes hard to see paths. Just to the east of Llyn Peninsula lies the Snowdonia National Park, which, like all of the Peninsula, is perfect for sightseeing, family picnics and photos of stunning scenery.

For young children and families looking for things to see and do, Llyn Peninsula has a number of days out and places to visit to keep everyone happy. Glasfryn Parc has karting, quad bikes, ten pin bowling, archery, an indoor play area plus much more to keep excited children (and childish adults) amused in dry and wet weather. Llwyndyrus Farm Spa is set in a log cabin, where couples and parents can get pampered. Plus there are two steam trains that can take the whole family on many sightseeing adventures around the Peninsula and out to Snowdonia.

Finally, throughout the summer months the Peninsula holds many festivals. The biggest is Wakestock, which attracts thousands of people in early July for a weekend long music and water sports spectacular. The atmosphere is always said to be calm and friendly, as is the Llyn peninsula way, so it is perfect for children and those wishing just to enjoy the local vibe. Small events are also held that incorporate food and history, these can often be found hidden in village centres and are nice to stumble upon whilst holidaying in this beautiful place.

For couples retreats, family holidays or dog walking vacations, the Llyn Peninsula is the ultimate holiday destination.

Quite simply, the Peninsula is more remote, more spectacular, and a more jaw dropping place than anywhere else in Wales.

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