We are ideally situated just 200m off the Wales Coast Path and the North Wales Pilgrim Way and are surrounded by mountains on two sides that offer stunning views from the top. The Snowdonia National Park is but a stones throw away with Mount Snowdon, the second highest peak in the UK only a 30 minute drive away.
The farm has a private access to a quiet beach that offers a great area to go sea kayaking, paddling and rock-pooling.
Some of Wales best surf beaches can be found within 40 minutes drives with Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth) offering a 5 mile long beach which is perfect for beginner and advanced surfers alike.
The area is also very popular for kite boarding and windsurfing.
There are many places to visit in the area, below are just a few:
- Pwllheli- a small seaside market town - 15 minute drive
- Caernarfon - home of Caernarfon Castle a World Heritage Site - 20 minute drive
- Abersoch - nice seaside town with pubs and bistros, also home of North Wales surfing - 30 minute drive
- Porthmadog - some good shopping. Ffestiniog Railway a narrow gauge railway runs through the middle - 30 minute drive
- Beddgelert - 'Gelerts Grave' a hub of many walks around Snowdonia with great places to eat. Can be accessed by the Welsh Highland Railway - 30 minute drive
- Portmeirion - a tourist village based on an Italian Village. A real gem designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis - 40 minute drive
- Betws-y-Coed - The centre of walking in the national park with lots of places to eat and a lot of outdoor shops - 50 minute drive