Llyn Peninsula
Local Restaurants

Delicious local dining experiences

Perched on the edge of the spectacular Irish Sea and overlooking the Nefyn coastline, our coastal cottages are naturally just a hop and a skip from some of Wales' most succulent seafood, fresh lamb and homegrown treats. Whether searching for a casual pint and a hearty snack on the soft sands or planning a memorable sea-view meal with someone special, there are a smorgasbord of incredible restaurants within a 30-minute radius of our holiday homes. 

Here are some of our favourites...
 

TY COCH INN, Morfa Nefyn
The Ty Coch Inn is arguably the best pub in Wales and OFFICIALLY in the top ten beach bars in the world... according to a recent survey. It is situated in the village of Porthdinllaen near Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd, on the north coast of the Lleyn Peninsular. With views across the Irish Sea to The Rivals and a sandy beach on its doorstep what better way to while away the hours. FIND OUT MORE


SHIP INN, Edern
Serving a selection of modern pub food, The Ship Inn, in Edern, serves a selction of tasty gastro pub dishes. No children under the age of 10 are permitted in the evenings, but families are welcome for Sunday Lunch. Well behaved dogs are also welcome. FIND OUT MORE


THE CLIFFS, Morfa Nefyn
Just 10 minutes from our coastal cottages on the Llyn, find this contemporary bar and restaurant on the beautiful Nefyn coast, where they focus on providing outstanding pub style food, drink and service! FIND OUT MORE
 

CAFFI PORTHDINLLAEN, Morfa Nefyn
Luscious lattes, creamy cappuccinos, gorgeous hot chocolate, naughty but very nice ice-vreams, creamy milkshakes, afternoon teas, seafood, jacket potatoes, and much, much more! Caffi Porthdinllaen is the place to go with a menu of classic favourite dishes. You can bring your own wine and beer for during the day, or with a group in the evenings! FIND OUT MORE


NEFYN GOLF CLUB, Morfa Nefyn
Nefyn’s clubhouse has a spacious lounge and bar area and a 120-seater restaurant, both of which enjoy magnificent views of the course and its surroundings. There’s also a Spike Bar and a snooker room. FIND OUT MORE

 

PLAS BODEGROES, Pwlhelli
"In the 30 years since we first opened Plas Bodegroes, the food, wine and service in our elegant and romantic restaurant have gained the highest awards from all of the leading guides, including Good Food Guide UK Restaurant of the Year 2003, and a Michelin star, which we held between 1991 and 2008. Our reputation has been based upon the modern interpretation of traditional dishes, concentrating upon the superb local ingredients, and Hugh and James bring exactly that same passion for ingredients to their very accomplished dishes." FIND OUT MORE
 

THE SHIP, Llandbedrog
"The Ship Inn look forward to welcoming you whether for a relaxing drink or for a delicious home made meal in our dining area (where we have extensive dining facilities to cater for all your needs) or in our impact garden area (alfresco!). The specials board, which changes weekly, has locally sourced food and vegetables to tickle your taste buds. With Ed's team in the kitchen making the majority of desserts and breads - truly home made. Our snug bar is inviting with our log burning stove in the winter months. Our menu varies weekly with pub classics and our specials, which changes from day to day depending on local fresh produce. All our food is freshly prepared using locally sourced produce where possible, home cooked and prepared with care and attention." FIND OUT MORE


PONTOON, Pwlhelli
Pontoon is set within the Outer Harbour of Pwllheli with unbeatable views of Pwllheli Marina and Snowdonia. Chris (chef) and sister Anna have spent three years turning Pontoon into a getaway for locals and visitors, bringing their passion for food and drink from different cultures around the world (especially Mexico) all the way back to their home, the Lleyn Peninsula. With everything down to the coffee tables and decor being salvaged/ made by hand, Pontoon has a unique, relaxed feel which many find fascinating and endearing! The food and cocktail menu's change almost every week! Taking inspiration from travels to Mexico, cultures they've been influenced by and the seasons, keeping the menu's fresh and tasty! FIND OUT MORE

DYLAN'S, Criccieth
Dylan's waterside restaurants are dotted along the North Wales coastline, serving fresh local produce in beautiful locations. We are informal, family-friendly restaurants, serving pizza, seafood and a number of other sesonal dishes. We source ingredients locally where we can, and make the most of the menu on our premises daily. FIND OUT MORE
 

THE SHIP HOTEL, Aberdaron
The chefs at the Ship Restaurant use committed to using locally sourced fresh ingredients to create delicious dishes. They regularly serve award winning fresh locally caught Crab and Lobster. FIND OUT MORE

 

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