Here at Gwynfryn Farm, our emphasis is on family fun and a holiday that brings all ages together. We're parents ourselves, so we understand the importance of a holiday that satisfies everyone. We've created our holiday accommodation with parents and children in mind, and we've included a whole host of excellent facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, a gym, a jacuzzi and a sauna. We have outdoor tennis courts for guests who like to keep fit, and a football pitch and trampoline the teenagers are sure to love.
Our toy ride-on tractors and our indoor soft play centre are ideal for younger children, and our outdoor adventure playground is popular with older kids. Our games room includes a 58-inch flatscreen TV with a PS2 console and games alongside giant chess, table football, table tennis, pool, darts and air hockey facilities, and on our working farm the whole family are also welcome to meet our animals and get involved in feeding time. Ogwen Cottage in Pwllheli is just a short drive from the beach, ideal for your family of four.
Perfect for your family holiday, Ogwen Cottage includes ample on-site parking and access to a shared PC with an internet connection. Our daughter Elin will be happy to show your family around the farm and get involved in playtime, whilst Gwenllian offers her babysitting services for guests who'd prefer a quiet night to themselves. We host Monday BBQ events, weather permitting, inviting all guests for a free meal and the chance to meet new people. If you'd like a BBQ on any other day, you're welcome to use our equipment.
Weekly booking start day is usually a Friday and short breaks are available.
The farm is 1.5 miles from Pwllheli on the Lleyn Peninsula, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with 50 miles of heritage coastline to explore. Sandy beaches and watersports are widely available on the coast and Caernarfon, Snowdon and Anglesey are all within easy reach.
Premier 18 hole golf courses are at Abersoch, Pwllheli and Nefyn, and Pwllheli's Blue Flag marina and Abersoch bay are meccas for boating enthusiasts hosting top international and national events. The Snowdonia National Park is only 13 miles away.
Travelling from Caernarfon, on arrival in Pwllheli on the A499, continue past the BP garage on the right and down hill to the roundabout. Go staight through the roundabout and follow the road around, bearing right. Ignore the traffic light sign up the High Street, and at the end of the High Street with Lloyds Bank on the left, take a right (ignore through traffic sign) and bear left, going up the hill with Salem Chapel on your right.
At the top of the hill stay left at the Y junction, and go down hill pass terrace on the left, across a small bridge and 2 white cottages on either side of the hill. At a sharp left bend Gwynfryn Farm is the first turning on the left which has a public footpath sign pointing down the lane.
From Criccieth/Porthmadog - at Pwllheli from the A497 continue along Abererch Road until you get to the roundabout. Take a left at the roundabout and follow the road round, bearing right up the High Street. Ignore the through traffic sign, and then follow instructions as above.