Plas yn Rhiw (Gwynedd)
Plas yn Rhiw Manor house (Tudor and Georgian additions) with ornamental garden and views across Cardigan Bay. Woodland walk with picnic area.
- 7 Day Weather Forecast
Our weather forecast for Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd is split into two widgets. The first shows a timeline containing temperature, wind, sunrise/sunset and chance of rain, whilst the second shows the forecast for the week ahead including severe weather alerts when available.
- You may also like ...
In this 'you may also like' section we attempt to answer what else can I do? Here you have a list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- Aberdaron beach is a sandy west facing beach at the picturesque village of Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula. The beach is large and gently shelving with relatively safe and clean bathing water. Overlooking the northern part of Cardigan Bay this area has numerous footpaths and scenic routes to explore. Facilities include car park, cafes, pubs and gift shops.
- Penllech beach is an unspoilt wide sandy beach and at high tide it all but disappears whilst at low tide you have rock pools to explore. The beach is unspoilt and not very busy in part due to the lack of facilities, and can be popular with surfers when conditions are right. You have a choice of parking either set back from the middle of the beach and a short walk to the sea or to head for Porth Colman (has a slipway) and walk along the coast back to the beach. You can click street view on our interactive map and explore the options. Be careful as the tide comes in and as the beach disappears you can get cut-off.
- Whistling Sands is a crescent-shaped sandy beach backed by grassy cliffs located at Porth Oer on the Llyn Peninsula. The beach is looked after by the National Trust and is a good family beach also providing rock pools to explore. The beach gets it’s name from the sound made by the sand as you walk on it. The beach can be very busy and crowded when we have good summer weather, although you do have a smaller secluded cove to the North of the beach. Facilities include seasonal cafe and toilets, and a National Trust Car Park short walk to the beach.
- Porth Ferin beach is a nice small sandy and pebble north facing beach hidden away on the Llyn Peninsula. Depending on the wind direction it is well worth also visiting it’s southerly neighbour Porth Iago. This is remote and there are no facilities at Porth Ferin beach.
- Porth Iago beach is a beautiful small sandy beach hidden away on the Llyn Peninsula. The cove faces south-west and sits between the headlands of Graig Ddu and Dinas. Whilst you are here or if the wind direction dictates it is worth a short walk to Porth Ferin beach which is north facing although not as sandy. No facilities at this beach so bring everything with you, parking and access are through a farm with a fee for access and parking. Access from the car park is down a short steep sandy path. You can camp in the car park above the beach, great opportunity for wild camping away from it all.
- The main beach at Abersoch is in a sheltered position that makes it ideal for traditional beach visitors and watersports lovers alike. This is a large, relatively sheltered sandy beach, on the south east facing side of the Llyn Peninsula with colourful beach huts.
- Where can I stay ...
Booking.com interactive map
- What do others think ...