Click on the picture to see how to prepare for mackerel fishing
Fishing isn’t a matter of life or death.
As Mike from Abersoch Angling will tell you -
It’s much more important than that!
Watch this film of Mike explaining How to catch Mackerel .
Book a Lleyn Peninsula holiday cottage and visit Mike at Abersoch Angling for fishing supplies, fishing tuition, fishing charters and wildlife boat trips.
Just when you thought that Wales was already jam-packed enough with attractions and things to do for visitors staying in Snowdonia holiday cottages and other popular areas it has become even more appealing with news that the world’s first artificial wave pool is coming to the Conwy Valley, Wales.
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Ty Coch Inn on the beach at Porthdinllaen
The Ty Coch Inn is a celebrated waterside pub in the beautiful fishing village of Porthdinllaen close to Morfa Nefyn on the Lleyn Peninsula. Porthdinllaen has belonged to the National Trust since 1994. Continue reading “Enjoy a drink with some healthy vitamin sea!” »
Click on the photo to see a film on how to make Pad Thai
Co owners Preechaya and Paul welcomed our film maker Polly V. into The Coconut Kitchen, their delightful harbourside restaurant in Abersoch.
Preechaya trained as a chef in Thailand and was taught many different recipes by her mother who was a cookery teacher. She then spent 4 years as a Chef de Partie in a top London gastro pub where the menu centred on European and Asian fusion cuisine.
Watch Polly’s film of Preechaya demonstrating how to cook delicious Pad Thai. When you visit the Lleyn Peninsiula you can compare notes with Preechaya at The Coconut Kitchen.
Are you tempted? Take a look at a selection of Lleyn Peninsula holiday cottages in an area of outstanding natural beauty and make sure you book a table at The Coconut Kitchen. You won’t be disappointed.
Portmeirion Italianate village in Snowdonia
Portmeirion was the brain child of Sir Clough Williams Ellis developed between 1925 -1976. He wanted to show how a naturally beautiful landscape could be developed without spoiling it. The result is his unique and charming pastel coloured Italianate village along the southern shores of Snowdonia surrounded by 70 acres of sub tropical gardens, wonderful woodlands and lakes with miles of enchanting pathways to explore. The village now belongs to a charitable trust and is open daily to the public. There are shops, cafes and restaurants, a stone boat, an observatory, a gothic pavillion, a Bristol colonnade, a beach, a spa, a gallery and lots more to discover.
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Click on the photo to see a film about Welsh Clog Maker Trefor Owen
Trefor Owen is one of only a handful of clog makers left in Britain and probably the only one left in Wales. He works just outside Criccieth. Guests in Lleyn Peninsula holiday cottages may enjoy a visit to his fascinating workshop at
To avoid disappointment please give a call first on 07712 822 453
Polly V. our roving film maker went to visit. Take a look at her film here.
A Hollywood mega-star may be tempted to visit our coastal cottages in Pembrokeshire this summer if his comments at the Welsh premiere of his latest film are anything to go by.
Australian star Russell Crowe spoke fondly of his memories of spending time on the Pembrokeshire coast when he appeared in Cardiff this week at the first showing of Noah – a film inspired by the biblical tale of the same name.
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This charming Grade II listed, four star cottage in the heart of the Brecon Beacons was once the village Post Office. Guests are sure to be thrilled by the traditional character, cosy comforts, spectacular views and wonderful location just over 3 miles from the market town of Llandovery and perfect for exploring the foothills of the Black Mountains and the National Park.
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Check out this slide show of fabulous Lleyn Peninsula holiday cottages in An Area of Outstading Natural Beauty.
Lleyn Peninsula An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Lleyn Peninsula stretches 30 miles into the Irish Sea. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with 91 miles of coast path and numerous beautiful beaches. Choose from a selection of holiday cottages Lleyn Peninsula or pet friendly cottages and start exploring. Most beaches welcome dogs all year round although some in restricted areas only during summer months.
“ I’d rather be at the beach. What about you?” Continue reading “An Essential Guide to Lleyn Peninsula Beaches” »