Places to see, things to do
Bryn Bach is on a smallholding on the outskirts of Mynydd Nefyn. It is in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by farmland, overlooking the yr Eifl mountain range. It is situated on the Llyn peninsula known for it wild and unspoilt countryside, rugged mountains and surrounded by spectacular coastline and beaches. Outdoor activities for people of all ages and interests are easily accessible, some from right outside your door. There are range of places to visit in the immediate area and within a day trips distance. We hope you find these links of interest.
Links to local places of interest
Nant Gwrtheyrn used to be known as "the lost village", it lay abandoned and uninhabited for years. Now a Welsh language centre with a heritage centre, Quarryman's cottage and cafe in an unrivalled location. A truly spectacular and dramatic valley. A must for posh coffee and ice cream. http://www.nantgwrtheyrn.org/
Snowdon Mountain Railway
Glasfryn parc go-karting, quad biking, cable wake boarding, soft play, bowling, farm shop and more http://www.glasfryn.co.uk/
Plas yn Rhiw
National trust properties
Penarth Farw Medieval House
Eco centre, heritage building skills, organic gardening
Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery
Events, exhibitions and cafe
Nefyn and District Golf Club
Walks on the Llyn
Pwllheli Sailing Club
Tel :01758 721 247
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