Gwynfryn Farm

Gwynedd

Space to run around on an organic dairy farm at the Llŷn Peninsula, Wales

Ideal for

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From £225/week
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With so much fun to be had on this working, organic dairy farm near Pwllheli, there’s little need to venture beyond! But if and when you do, there’s 50 miles of heritage coastline, marinas, water sports, Snowdonia, Anglesey and Caernarfona to discover.

  • Units

    13

  • Sleeps

    2-8

  • Bedrooms

    1-4

  • Pets

    Yes

  • Mobility

    Yes

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About this place

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment

Rooms

Eating at Gwynfryn Farm

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Eating at Gwynfryn Farm

Activities

Eating at Gwynfryn Farm

Accessibility

One of the cottages is suitable for those with limited mobility it has a ground floor double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite facilities with walk in shower. This property does have wheelchair access.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

With services to Birmingham International, Pwllheli train station is closest, just a five minute drive away or 30 minute walk to the cottages.

By road

After leaving the motorway head on to the A55 and follow signs either for A499 or A497 towards Pwllheli and follow detailed directions to the farm - available on booking.

By air

Chester, Shrewsbury, Manchester and Liverpool airports are between two and two and a half hours away.

About the owners

Sharon

The farm was bought in 1967 with the first two cottages opening in 1979. All the cottages have been renovated from the original farm buildings and are all named after lakes in Snowdonia.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • Boat lovers will be in heaven at Pwllheli’s blue flag marina and Abersoch Bay.

  • Feel the drama of the mighty Caernarfon Castle, reachable in under 40 minutes by car.

  • Anglesey Sea Zoo is only an hour away, and worth stopping off at historic Bangor on the way home.

  • Get artistic at Piggery Pottery near Caernarfon where you can paint - or even throw - your own pot.

  • Jump in the car for 15 minutes and you can be GoKarting, Segway-ing, Wakeboarding and Ten Pin Bowling at Glasfryn Parc Activity Centre.