Welcome to the Llyn Peninsula

Croeso i Llyn Penrhyn

Hidden past the craggy peaks of Snowdonia the Llyn Peninsula is a stunning coastline region that has been attracting intrepid walkers for decades. With the Irish sea on one side and Cardigan Bay on the other, the Llyn Peninsula has slotted beautifully between them creating their own unique character. With postcard picture beaches and old seaside towns, the Llyn Peninsula is the perfect place to get away with the family and enjoy the outdoors away from the crowds. 

The seaside towns of Criccieth, Pwllheli or Abersoch are perfect for these family-friendly getaways once you visit once you will back year after year to enjoy the tranquil coastlines of the Llyn Peninsula. If you're looking for something more lively every July Wakestock festival descends upon the coastline, a huge youth-oriented festival combining wakeboarding and live music.  

If you are looking for a more historical visit many areas of the Llyn Peninsula have been unspoilt for centuries giving you an insight into the past. The Wales Coast Path runs through the Llyn Peninsula giving you the perfect base to explore a wide range of walking and cycling routes, letting you explore the area at your own pace.

If all these reasons have not already sold you on visiting the Llyn Peninsula, why not combine it with a stay in a pub for the perfect trip. With pubs now offering accommodation as luxurious and comfortable as many hotels and B&B's pubs have become a wonderful alternative with everything you need under one roof. So sit back and enjoy a pint of ale and a home cooked meal after your day exploring the Llyn Peninsula before the short trip to your room.  

Our Recommended Pubs & Inns