Travel to Pwllheli by road
Pwllheli is best reached via the motorway network, the M6 is accessible from both the North and the South of England. Travelling South or North connects the M6 with the M56. This takes travellers into the Snowdonia National Park on the A494, before branching off towards Pwllheli on the A470 which leads to the A487.
We do recommend using AA Route Planner to map your route and for details on any delays and traffic problems before you set out, visit theaa.com/traffic-news/index.jsp.
Travel to Pwllheli by railway
Pwllheli has its own station right on the main North Coast line with regular connections through to Crewe. This connects to most of England’s main towns.
The rail journey displays coast and mountain scenery, you are sure to arrive in Pwllheli refreshed and relaxed. A typical rail journey from the Midlands would take around five hours.
You can find more rail travel information at nationalrail.co.uk.
Travel to Pwllheli by plane
Both Manchester and Liverpool airports are within a reasonable driving distance of the town. Dependent upon your location, air travel may offer a viable transportation option.
Visitors planning to make their way from the airport to the town should factor in the cost and time variables of their onward travel.
You can find more flight information at manchesterairport.co.uk and liverpoolairport.com.