At the entrance to the site you can catch a bus to take you through the countryside to the market town of Pwllheli (more information about Pwllheli below).
Nefyn has shops, post office, hairdresser, chemist, fish and chips shop, Indian Restaurant and a hotel with a public bar and restaurant. Nefyn has a lovely beach and is less than 5 minutes by car. Join the Wales Coast Path from here and enjoy the spectaclular views. Alternatively vist the Llyn Maritime Museum and learn about the long maritime tradition of the area.
|The Bryncynan Inn
Just up the road from the farm with good food and an outdoor play area for children. Every May, on the field opposite the Bryncynan, the Llyn Agricultural Show is held and is a great day out for the family.
There are public footpaths on our farm which will take you through the fields to Morfa Nefyn where the famous Nefyn and District Golf Club is situated. (Alternatively take the car - less than 5 mins away.) A walk across the golf course on top of the headland, or along the beach, will take you to the famous Ty Coch Inn which was voted one of the Top Ten Beach Bars in the world. Meals and snacks are served here - sit outside and enjoy the view with a glass of wine! Morfa Nefyn has Fuel Pumps, Groceries, Fish and Chip Shop, Post Office, News Papers, Clothes shop + haberdasher, cafes, and DIY shop.
Edern is a small village with a butcher's shop/grocery store and a gastro pub called The Ship Inn. The Woodlands Hall Hotel serves food and has an outdoor and an indoor play area for children. You can walk through the countryside back to our site if it's not gone dark.
|Garn Boduan and Garn Fadryn
Walk to the top of either of these and be rewarded with marvellous views of the surrounding countryside and coast. The paths are quite steep and rocky in parts.
Nant Gwrtheyrn is an isolated, magical place. This former quarrying village has numerous nature walks and plenty to see as well as having a good cafe. You can walk down the steep hill or drive down the new access road.
This is the village at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula. Visit the new Porth y Swnt National Trust attraction which showcases the history, culture and environment of Llyn. An alternative is to take a day trip over to Bardsey Island (weather permitting). Take a picnic with you, walk around the island and watch the seals in their natural habitat. About five minutes from Aberdaron is Plas yn Rhiw, a National Trust owned 16th Century manor house with spectacular views and stunning grounds.
|Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli)
Why not take a 3/4 hour drive into Aberdaron and take a boat ride to Bardsey Island and explore.
Pwllheli is about twenty minutes away and the town hosts a popular open-air market on Wednesdays and Sundays. It's narrow streets are full of independent shops, bars and restaurants. Plas Heli, the Welsh National Sailing Academy Centre has recently opened by the marina, and is open to the public with a bar/cafe/restaurant where people can sit on an outside terrace and look out towards Snowdonia.
|Criccieth and Pentrefelin
Half an hour away is Criccieth with its familiar castle overlooking the waves. There are lots of little shops here as well as plenty of places to eat. At Pentrefelin, just beyond Criccieth, you will find three different lakes where you can hire a rod and buy bait for fishing. On the site there is a new cafe where they serve meals all day.
About 20 minutes in the car will take you to Glasfryn Park and a fun day out for all the family. There is Go Karting, Quad Biking, Wakeboarding, Ten Pin Bowling, a Soft Play Area and much more. You will also find a well stocked Farm Shop, cafe and bar on the site.
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