We have several holiday cottages in southern Llyn Peninsula making up a
vast majority of the properties we have available in the Llyn Peninsula
region. Our selection of southern Llyn Peninsula holiday cottages includes modern
or traditional cottages, townhouses, country homes, barn conversions, chalet
lodges and holiday apartments, meaning there is something to suit
everyone’s requirements and tastes.
Many of our properties in the southern
part of the Llyn Peninsula feature luxuries such as hot tubs and log fires,
and more! Additionally, many of the listed properties are dog-friendly,
meaning the whole family can explore this fantastic area.
Our holiday lettings sleep groups of 2 or more, making them the wonderful
options for couples, families and groups looking for a holiday to this popular
part of Wales.
Guide To Southern Lleyn Peninsula:
The Llyn Peninsula begins at the north-west part of Wales and extends 30
miles to the south-west Isle of Anglesey. This part of Wales has an extensive
history, with many pilgrims travelling across the Llyn Peninsula on their way
to Bardsey Island. The Lleyn Peninsula is renowned for its unspoilt
landscapes, and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
(AONB), meaning that it is popular amongst tourists and locals alike.
The Llyn Peninsula is made up of harbours, coves and sandy beaches.
Visitors to the southern part of this region can enjoy fresh seafood at one of
the many pubs and restaurants in the area, or even catch your own from the
shores of Porth Oer or Llanbedrog. Areas that make up the southern part of
the region include Criccieth, Black Rock Sands, Llanbedrog Abersoch and
Things To Do In Southern Llyn Peninsula:
· Boat trip to Bardsey Island
· Sample fresh seafood
· Festivals- including Wakestock and the Abersoch Jazz festival