The Llyn (Lleyn) Peninsula Cottages

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    A character country lodge with open fire and woodburning stove. Woodland gardens. Ideal tranquil retreat all year round. Close to sandy beaches. Morfa Nefyn 3 miles. (Ref. 5025)

    7 nights from £299

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    Lovely semi-detached cottage, in rural setting with countryside views, woodburning stove, near Nefyn. Ample off road parking, pet-friendly. Plenty of places to visit nearby. Nefyn 2 miles. (Ref. 952309)

    • £39 off - Sat 29th Apr to 6th May 2017

    7 nights from £279

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    Delightful former mariner's cottage with character beams and woodburner. Excellent for all outdoor activities. Large sandy beach 15 mins walk. Pwllheli 7 miles. (Ref. 936228)

    • £39 off - Sat 22nd Apr to 20th May 2017

    7 nights from £294

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    Beautiful luxury cottage with some wonderful features, offering quality accommodation, perfect for a couple. Superb kitchen and bathroom. King-size bedroom. Woodburner. Garden. Parking. WiFi. Shops and pub 3 mins walk. Beach 10 mins walk. Pwllheli 7 miles (Ref. 933742)

    7 nights from £299

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    Homely cottage in seaside village of Nefyn. Open fire. Garden. Off road parking. Family accommodation. Close to coast and beaches. Pub and shops 2 mins walk. Beach 15 mins walk. (Ref. 927106)

    • £39 off - Sat 29th Apr to 6th May 2017

    7 nights from £265

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    A spacious duplex apartment in the heart of the seaside village of Nefyn. With miles of sandy beaches less than 2 minutes' walk from thedoo,r this is a delightful, family holiday cottage. (Ref. 14700)

    7 nights from £270

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    Charming semi-detached cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Penrhos, nestled on the Llyn Peninsula. Ground floor bedroom and bathroom. Inglenook fireplace with woodburner. WiFi. Dog-friendly. Ample parking. Beach 1 mile. Pwllheli 2 miles. (Ref. 938657)

    • £39 off - Fri 21st Apr to 19th May 2017

    7 nights from £317

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    Superb detached church conversion between Pwllheli and Abersoch in North Wales. Double height beamed ceiling. Open plan accommodation, modern mezzanine bedroom with sea views. Pwllheli 2 miles. (Ref. 17499)

    7 nights from £362

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    Superb views from this semi-detached, character cottage. Nearby beaches, doorstep walks, playground and football posts. Great for families. Abersoch 3 miles. (Ref. 31045)

    7 nights from £278

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    Wonderful barn conversion, one of four set around a courtyard, on the owners' smallholding. Character features. En-suite. Shared use of a fruit and veg garden. Rural location. Pwllheli 5 miles. (Ref. 921647)

    7 nights from £274

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Book a Llyn (Lleyn) Peninsula cottage holiday and enjoy the unrivalled natural splendour of 'Snowdon's arm', accredited as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for over fifty years. Whether you gaze inland to the rolling green countryside dotted with whitewashed farms and grazing animals, or out to the calm blue waters of the surrounding seas, the views will take your breath away.

Some twenty-five miles long and eight miles wide, discover the Llyn's plethora of gorgeous beaches, dramatic headlands and hidden coves by tracing the footsteps of early pilgrims along the Llyn Coastal Path - you may complete their route across to Bardsey Island, a National Nature Reserve and wildlife haven. Indeed, the fauna is incredible here, with the chance to spot dolphins, grey seals and puffins on the islands.

There's quite a list of things to see and do! Sample fish 'n chips in the sleepy little fishing village of Aberdaron. Soak up the cosmopolitan ambience of Abersoch, known as the 'Welsh Riviera'. Enjoy sailing? Pwllheli is a great hit with its world-class marina. Surf at Hell's Mouth. Walk along the sweeping sands of Nefyn to the picture-postcard settlement of Porthdinllaen, with its famous waterside pub. Explore the imposing 13th Century castle at Criccieth. Join a nostalgic rail journey by steam from Porthmadog. Browse the extraordinary village and gardens of Portmeirion. And lots more besides!

And wherever your Llyn (Lleyn) Peninsula cottage happens to be, a truly relaxing holiday is guaranteed, with a good measure of Celtic charm thrown in! No wonder people come back here so much!