We consider ourselves very lucky to live in such a beautiful area, and we want to share it with you! 

With so many special sites to see and so much to do, from extreme sports to easy rambling to farm animal petting, the area truly has something for everyone.

We are happy to provide you with inspiration during your stay although with an area so rich in wonders we doubt you'll need any! See below for a few of our suggestions and feel free to contact us for more.


As you may know the area is famous for it's beautiful and varied landscapes, all who visit find a beach (or several) to love and return to again and again. 

Ty Cynan Caravan and Camping is within close distance to most local beaches, only 5 minutes drive away is Llanbedrog beach, famous for its history and colourful beach huts. Within 10 minutes drive are the beaches of Pwllheli and Abersoch, all with convenient parking and well worth a visit. 

Further along the peninsula we would recommend visiting Aberdaron beach, Porth Neigwl (known to surfers as Hell's Mouth), Porth Oer (the famous Whistling Sands), Porth Dinllaen (with its world famous Ty Coch Inn) and so many more.

Remember to bring your towel and flip flops!



There is plenty of choice when it comes to shopping in the local area, from food to unique souvenirs to clothing, you can find all you need. If you're not sure where to find something don't hesitate to ask, we would be happy to point you in the right direction.



If you get a chance to visit the island during your stay we would recommend you do. A perfect day trip to enjoy; the sea, local wildlife, local history and unbelievable views.

Further information on visiting Bardsey can be found at:




There are so many routes to walk in the area that narrowing it down is difficult! The coastal path is famous and runs around the complete peninsula and beyond. There is a vast network of public footpaths all worth exploring within the area and within easy distance of the village. We are happy to provide recommendations should you require any.


It's truly difficult to narrow down, but a few suggestions from many include:

Dwyfor Rabbit Farm - a perfect visit for families with young children.

The National Trust - have properties such as Plas yn Rhiw and Porth y Swnt locally which are well worth a visit.

Dragon Raiders Paintballing - based in Llanystumdwy this is a fun day out!

Plas Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog - an art gallery with a delightful cafe, serving the perfect slice of cake.

Llyn Maritime Museum - if visiting Nefyn, we would highly recommend visiting this museum.

Cwrw Llyn - also based in Nefyn, this local brewery are masters of beer and ale.​


The sleepy village of Rhydyclafdy can be found at the heart of the Lleyn Peninsula. Within the village we are lucky to have a pub/restaurant within walking distance.