Pwllheli is the traditional market-town of the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula (Welsh: Pen Llŷn) in Wales.

Pwllheli Harbour
Pwllheli Town

The town is on the coast, with two sandy beaches (though the better beaches lie further down the peninsula, for example; Quarry a busy sandy beach, Porth Neigwl a famous surfing beach and remote tranquil beaches like Porth Ysgo which has a 20' waterfall), a marina host to many Sailing regattas and as the market town has shops and cafés.

Get inEdit

By trainEdit

  • 1 Pwllheli railway station. terminus of the Cambrian Coast Railway from Shrewsbury via Dovey Junction and Machynlleth    

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By carEdit

On the A499 Llandwrog/Llanwnda - Abersoch and A497 Porthmadog - Nefyn roads.

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  • 1 Carreg yr Imbill (Gimlet Rock). remains of a large granite outcrop and quarry    

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  • 1 Gorwel Self Catering Holiday Cottage (Tyddyn hunan-arlwyo Gorwel), Broom Hall Road, +44 1758614735, . Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 10:00. 5-star self catering accommodation with views over Cardigan Bay & Pwllheli Harbour. £650-£1,100.
  • 2 The Studio, 7 Innes Estate, Pwllheli.LL53 5RP (Next door to the Golf Club, Pwllheli.), +44 7729625570, . The Studio a self catering holiday let for 2 persons and is just a stride over the Sand Dunes of Pwllheli Beach. £45 per night for two people.
  • 3 Hafan y Môr. Haven Holidays camp. Formerly the site of Butlin's Pwllheli    
  • 4 Old Rectory, Boduan LL53 6DT, +44 1758 721519. Excellent B&B in Georgian rectory. Only assistance dogs allowed. B&B double £100.

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