A peninsula of sheltered coves, sweeping beaches and rich culture.

Places to visit

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Important information 

We have reopened our gardens, outdoor areas, holiday cottages, shops and outdoor seating at our tea-rooms in Wales. Over the coming weeks we will also be reopening some of our houses and castles, as well as indoor seating at some of our tea-rooms. Information about how to book your visit is available on property web pages and we ask everyone to please adhere to Welsh Government Regulations. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Our places

People in the garden at Plas yn Rhiw, Llŷn Peninsula

Plas yn Rhiw

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.

Walk the Wales Coastal Path to Porth Meudwy

Top coastal walks in Llŷn

Whether you wrap up warm and blow away the cobwebs or take a leisurely stroll on a warm summers day, you're bound to feel refreshed and invigorated by one of our coastal walks. 

What makes Llŷn so special
Our work
View west from Penrhyn Mawr, towards Braich-y-Pwll and Mynydd Anelog, Llyn Peninsula, North Wales

Farming for the Future on Llŷn - Payments for Outcomes project 

We're working closely with out tenants to develop and trial a new approach to nature friendly farming.

Cosy cottages
Reception Room at Moryn cottage Porthdinllaen, Llŷn Peninsula

Stay with us on Llŷn  

A dazzling jewel of a place with sparkling seas, sandy beaches and vast skies await you on the Llŷn Peninsula. Stay with us at one our holiday cottages and take your time exploring this special place.