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Delightful manor house with ornamental garden and wonderful views

The house was rescued from neglect and lovingly restored by the three Keating sisters, who bought it in 1938.

The views from the grounds and gardens across Cardigan Bay are among the most spectacular in Britain.

The house is 16th-century with Georgian additions, and the garden contains many beautiful flowering trees and shrubs, with beds framed by box hedges and grass paths. It is stunning whatever the season.

Stay with us - The gardener's cottage

The gardener’s cottage in the grounds at Plas yn Rhiw © National Trust

The gardener’s cottage in the grounds at Plas yn Rhiw

This is a former gardener's cottage, adjoining a small manor house set in extensive grounds on the Llyn Peninsula. Visitors to this welcoming cottage enjoy the freedom of the gardens throughout the year and of the house when it is open.

Stay with us - Pant Rhiw cottage

Pant Rhiw, near Pwllheli, Gwynedd © National Trust

Pant Rhiw, near Pwllheli, Gwynedd

For those looking for the ultimate get-away, this 19th century cottage is the perfect choice. Leave your car and walk down the grassy footpath to Pant Rhiw Cottage, where the spectacular views across Hell’s Mouth Bay make the walk worthwhile.

Tea-room now open

Welsh venacular decor at tea-room in Plas yn Rhiw

Serving a range of drinks, light bites and cakes including Battenberg - the Keating sisters' favourite.

Enjoy a relaxing 'panad' (Welsh for 'cuppa') with coastal views.