Bwthyn at BrynhyfrydPwllheli, Llŷn Peninsula
A cottage set in the grounds of Brynhyfryd, a mansion built by William Jones, shipbuilder ca 1842 and standing in well kept grounds of almost an acre. Pwllheli translates to 'salt water pool' and was, at one time, one of the main ship building centres in North Wales with a long maritime history. Today, the Marina is considered one of the best in the country and is a European Centre of Excellence in sailing and the LLeyn Coastal Path.
Pwllheli translates to 'salt water pool' and was, at one time, one of the main ship building centres in North Wales with a long maritime history. Today, the Marina is considered one of the best in the country and is a European Centre of Excellence in sailing.
'A tranquil haven within easy walking distance of the beach, marina, and all this bustling little town has on offer'
Bwthyn is just on the outskirts of this bustling coastal town that has a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants in addition to the two main beaches, South Beach and Glandon and no more than an easy ten minute walk from the National Sailing Centre of Wales and the LLeyn Coastal Path. This compact north west corner of North Wales makes it easy to access the attractions of the area - the majestic mountains of Snowdonia, the castles and mines of Gwynedd, water sports, golf, horse riding and so much more.
Bwthyn is a peaceful haven to return to after exploring the many delights of the area. The owner is happy for you to relax and enjoy the lovely well kept grounds and will even provide garden games such as croquet for your enjoyment.
More than 4 in your party? Brynbach, which sleeps 2, is also located within the grounds of Brynhyfryd.
- High chair
- Travel Cot (no linen)
- Off road parking
- Garden furniture
- Garden & Balcony Furniture
- Heating and Electricity included
- Central Heating
- Books and games
- Washing machine
- Bed Linen and Towels Provided (not swimming towels)
- Easy walking distance to local amenities
- Sea Views