Experience the stunning Llyn Peninsula coastline with our unique collection of luxury cottages and modern apartments in North Wales. Nature's Point offers a range of beautiful self-catering holiday homes, including converted, characterful barns, a traditional Welsh farmhouse, as well as contemporary cottages and apartments. We have the perfect properties for couples, families and larger groups, with all the sea views and coastal charm to create the dream staycation.
Accommodation in Llyn Peninsula, North Wales
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Perched on a cliff-top where the rolling hills of the beautiful, Welsh countryside meet the sparkling waters of the Irish Sea, our North Wales holiday homes prove the ideal starting point to explore the dramatic landscapes found in North Wales. Situated on the edge of Nefyn Bay within a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, activities are plentiful, and adventures are legendary. Bracing walks along the coastal paths, digging your toes into the soft sands of deserted beaches, picnicking in secluded coves and testing your handicap on internationally renowned golf courses - all can be found within a short jaunt of our coastal cottages, with circumnavigation of the entire Llŷn taking just a couple of hours!
A short drive from Natures Point, takes you to one of several starting points for an enjoyable and dramatic clifftop walk down to Porth Dinllaen beach, where you will find the iconic Ty Coch Inn, arguably one of the most famous pubs in Wales, (once featured in the top ten list of the best beach bars in the world!) and a great spot for a relaxing drink whilst watching the fishing boats pulling in their catch at the end of the day.
Head in the opposite direction from Natures Point to the nearby Nant Gwrytheyrn and visit this contemporary centre dedicated to showcasing the history of the Welsh language and mining heritage, both synonymous with this corner of North Wales. The very steep descent to "The Nant" is spectacular but not for the faint hearted, so if you prefer an invigorating walk pack the boots and park at the summit and explore one of the many trails.
With nearly 100 miles of coastline encompassing the Llŷn Peninsula, you’re never too far from a glorious stretch of sand. Whistling Sands is just along the coast and is simply stunning, perfect for a wonderful stroll or a day in the sun. The picturesque seaside villages in the area are also a joy to explore, with Abersoch just 20 minutes' drive, and the brightly coloured beach huts of Llanbedrog found along the journey (make sure to hunt out the famous Tin Man!). For die-hard surfers, Porth Neigwl (or Hell's Mouth) offers epic conditions and miles of shoreline, and for the little ones, there are more than enough surf-schools to teach the basics of bodyboarding!
Further afield, the wild beauty of the Snowdonia National Park is also within driving distance, where a climb to the iconic Mt. Snowdon summit needn't be hard work; the popular Snowdon Mountain Railway is without a doubt one of the most incredible railway journeys and a must for any visitor to the area. There is also a myriad of outdoor adventures to be found here, including everything from lake surfing, the world's longest Zipline, alpine forest coasters and zip safaris to get stuck into.
Located in a truly enviable position on the Llyn Peninsula coast, these properties are ideal for gathering the family and relaxing into an indulgent holiday break. With a contemporary yet homely finish, these timeless holiday cottages offer both spectacular sea views and access to the exciting adventures that border Snowdonia.
For full details of all our top recommendations for rainy days, to beautiful beaches and great places to eat and drink; look no further than our Llyn Peninsula Activity Guide
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