The Llŷn, Peninsula stretches out 30 miles from the peaks of Snowdonia into the Irish Sea off north-west Wales. Llŷn has been the heartland of the Welsh language since its popularity began to wane in other areas, particularly to the east. Welsh has recently begun to re-establish itself though; throughout most of Wales as tradition and heritage are once again honoured so too is the beauty of this ancient language. Here on Llŷn, over 75% of the population speak Welsh.

 

Fairway Country Hotel
Morfa Nefyn
Pwllheli
Gwynedd
North Wales
LL53 6AD

Tel: 01758 721888
Email: enquiries@fairwaycountryhotel.co.uk

How to get here
From the northeast, the easiest route to the Llŷn Peninsula is along the A55 to Bangor, then to Caernarfon on the A487. From Caernarfon, the A499 takes you towards Pwllheli and is well signposted for Morfa Nefyn.
 
From the Midlands, take the A5 at Shrewsbury, follow along until you are two miles west of Corwen. Take the A494 to Bala and from there, head towards Trawsfynydd and Porthmadog. Follow the signs to Porthmadog and from there get onto the A497 for Pwllheli, where sign posts will easily direct you to Morfa Nefyn.
 

The train operator running to Pwllheli is Wales and Border Trains. Trains can only really be used to get to Llŷn from the Midlands (Birmingham). From Birmingham, the train runs through Wolverhampton, Telford, Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Newtown to Machynlleth. The Machynlleth to Pwllheli line runs through Aberdyfi (Aberdovey), Tywyn, Abermaw (Barmouth) and Porthmadog. From the north you need to go through Crewe. Pwllheli is the end of the line and local public transport will take you the rest of the way.


 
 
The splendour and magnificence of the wondrous Welsh coast here on the Llyn peninsula will take your breath away. Savour the moment atop a craggy cliff overlooking golden, sandy beaches and know you are in the gift that is...... Wales.
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