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Holiday Cottage
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

Beudy Mawr is a beautifully renovated fully furnished cottage comprising an open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with a large wood burning stove for that cosy feeling. 

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Bunkhouse
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

There is a large dining area / socialising room with dining tables, chairs, beanbags, tv, nintento wii and boardgames and a small basic kitchen consisting of a hob, microwave, George, kettle and toaster.

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Caravans & Camping
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

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Caravans

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Camping

Places to visit
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

aberdaron

Aberdaron village with its white-painted fishermen’s houses and cottages is only two miles away.The famous poet R S Thomas was the vicar of St Hywyn's Church that lies at the water's edge.

whistling_sands

Whistling Sands is only 1.5 miles away. The BBC Countryfile programme visited the beach to find out why the sands 'whistle' - can you make it whistle too?

felin uchaf

The Felin Uchaf Project in Rhoshirwaun was set up to conserve and enhance the habitats and biodiversity of the surrounding area. The farmland is home to a number of rare plants and animals such as barn owls, hares and otters. They have revived the oral tradition of storytelling and music in the community and they hold regular events in and around the centre.

plas yn rhiw

Plas yn Rhiw is an attractive 16th-century manor house with Georgian additions, and the garden contains many beautiful flowering trees and shrubs. There are spectacular views from the grounds and gardens across Cardigan Bay.

enlli

Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli) lies across the Sound about two miles (about 3km) off the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula. Bardsey has been a place of pilgrimage since the early years of Christianity and there are boat trips available from Aberdaron. It's worth going just to see the seals!

nant_gwrtheyrn

Nant Gwrtheyrn is a former Victorian quarrying village which has undergone a £5m renovation in recent years including the construction of a new access road. The Heritage Centre has information about the history of the village and the unique wildlife which can be discovered in this remote coastal valley and beach.

portmeirion

Portmeirion has over 250,000 visitors every year to see the distinctive buildings designed by Clough Williams-Ellis. There are complimentary guided tours and an audio visual show, six cafes and restaurants, half a dozen shops, gardens and beaches. The Prisoner, ( 1960s TV series), was filmed there.

caernarfon

There is more than one castle you can visit ! Caernarfon Castle on the left is an imposing reminder of the reign of Edward 1, while Criccieth and Harlech castles are more modest.