Want to explore a hidden gem of North Wales? If so, why not take a look at
our holiday cottages in Trefor? Located along the popular Llyn Peninsula, this
quaint village offers a glimpse into an authentic Welsh lifestyle, away from
the bustling crowds of popular holiday destinations in the area; yet, its
location is perfectly situated to still enjoy all the renowned attractions.
variety of stylish homes on offer with Quality Cottages, some even complete
with luxury finishes such as hot tubs and log fires, we are sure to have the
holiday accommodation of your dreams, with barn conversions; traditional
cottages; country homes; townhouses and apartments to choose from.
With such a varied portfolio of properties, there is bound to be a holiday
abode that meets both your tastes and requirements. Many of our holiday
cottages are also wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly which means that
every member of the family can enjoy a relaxing vacation. So, regardless if
you are looking for a romantic escape, a family-friendly get-away or planning
a group gathering, our holiday cottages will be ideal for your party of two or
Guide to Trefor:
Perhaps the most treasured quality of this unusual village is its extraordinary views
of the renowned Llyn Peninsula. Travelers are spoilt with a number of sheltered
beaches, made up of sand and pebbles, and, of course, those idyllic coastal
landscapes Gwynedd is famous for.
The village's origins began from the local granite quarries, which turned the small
harbour into a busy hub for shipping granite across the entirety of Europe. During
this time of increased activity, the grand pier, which stretches to around 200m into
the sea, was built.
Nowadays, this spot is particularly liked by fishermen, whilst the
inner harbour is decorated with a little boat or two.
Close to the village is the Clynnog Fawr, an ancient Church which is credited as a
major site along the Pilgrim Route to Bardsey Island.