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We offer FIVE exceptional Self Catering Holiday Cottages and Country House Bed & Breakfast (B&B) accommodation near Abersoch in a delightful and unique setting, with every attention paid to your comfort and enjoyment for your vacation or holiday. Our holiday cottages are in Llanbedrog, which is a short distance from Abersoch and Pwllheli, in the heart of the Lleyn / Llŷn Peninsula. Wern Fawr Manor Farm is a quiet haven, yet Llanbedrog beach, owned by the National Trust, is only 1.5 miles away; Abersoch, a lively boating village, 3 miles away and Pwllheli with a wide range of shops is 5 miles away. Savour the freedom of our cottages or experience the luxury of the farmhouse. We have ample parking for your cars and boats.
Wern Fawr Manor Farm, North Wales, is a Grade II * - 16th Century Country House, which has been extensively restored by the current owners. Situated in approximately 75 acres of its own grounds, 21 acres of gardens and fields and 54 acres of woodlands, where we are gradually creating nature trails and woodlands walks in for our guests to enjoy, all this is surrounded by open countryside, it is on the outskirts of Llanbedrog, close enough to enjoy what Abersoch has to offer, we are right in the heart of the Lleyn / Llŷn Peninsula, an area designated as one of outstanding natural beauty.
Location - We are situated in the heart of the Lleyn Peninsula (Pen Llyn)- which is the recognisable arm of North Wales that points towards Ireland. Llyn is approximately 35 miles long by 10 miles at its widest. The hills are rich in prehistoric remains with holy wells and a pilgrimage route to Bardsey Island. Even today no main road penetrates to the tip of the peninsula. Guarded by Caernarfon Castle in the North and Harlech in the South. The area is now designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Between both coastlines, the mountains offering walking opportunities and magnificent views as they plunge down to the sea, allowing coastal villages to nestle in the coves. On a clear day look across Caernarfon Bay to Anglesey or Ireland and to the south Cardigan Bay. This area retains the Welshness of Wales, the language being used during daily transactions by young and old alike. Well served by many excellent pubs and restaurants with a good standard of fare. Lleyn can cater for a full range of tastes and still provide value for money be you a walker, water-skier, yachtsman, pony trekker, golfer, scuba diver or just someone who wants to lie on the beach.