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Ty'n Y Parc Farmhouse

The exterior of Tyn y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The exterior of Tyn y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd | © National Trust Images / John Miller
The sitting room at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The kitchen at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse and Barn, Gwynedd, Wales

Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse

Nestling at the foot of Rhiw mountain, this wonderful Welsh stone farmhouse offers invigorating coastal rambles from its doorstep.

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The sitting room at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The kitchen at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse and Barn, Gwynedd, Wales
The exterior of Tyn y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The sitting room at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The double bedroom at Tyn y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The first twin bedroom at Tyn y Parc Farmhouse, Gwynedd, Wales
The shared garden at Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse and Barn, Gwynedd, Wales

© National Trust Images / John Miller

Nestling at the foot of Rhiw mountain, this wonderful Welsh stone farmhouse offers invigorating coastal rambles from its doorstep.

At a glance

Guests
6
Bedrooms
3
Number of dogs welcome
2
Reference
008049
Acorn rating

About Ty'n y Parc Farmhouse

Brilliant for larger families or groups of friends, this pretty farmhouse makes a great base for exploring the Llŷn Peninsula and is within walking distance to Plas yn Rhiw manor house and garden. Next door is Ty’n y Parc Barn, so the two properties can be booked together.

The glazed porch opens into the dining room and beyond that is the cosy living room. Also downstairs, you’ll find the kitchen with a utility and drying room, perfect if you’ve come back to dry off after a day at the beach. Upstairs, there are the two twin bedrooms and the master bedroom, with mountain and field views. Outside, the large garden is shared with Ty’n y Parc Barn next door, but each cottage has its own outdoor seating and glorious views of the surrounding Welsh countryside. 

The parking for the beach is four miles away at Llanengan. From here you can enjoy the beach at Porth Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth) which is four miles of sand and pebble shore backed by sandy cliffs and craggy headlands, perfect for walking and surfing. You’ll find the nearest pub and shops four miles away at Aberdaron or it’s a little bit further to Abersoch where you’ll find plenty of watersports happening. The bustling market town of Pwllheli is home to the closest supermarket, as well as providing more shops, cafés and pubs, perfect for an afternoon stroll.

Immerse yourself in this special corner of Wales. Head to Mynydd Mawr at Uwchmynydd to enjoy spectacular 360 views, visit one of the many beautiful beaches and coves or explore iron age hillforts. The Wales Coast Path provides plenty of wildlife watching opportunities from the red billed chough to bottle nose dolphins.  When you stay with us the funds from your holiday go towards caring for special landscapes and places like the unique Llŷn Peninsula and its incredible coastline. 

Features and facilities

  • Cot & high chair, available
  • Fridge, available
  • Dishwasher, available
  • Tumble dryer, available
  • Television, available
  • WiFi, not available
  • Garden, available
  • Microwave, available
  • Freezer, available
  • Washing machine, available
  • Telephone, not available
  • DVD, available
  • Open fire / wood burner, not available
  • BBQ, not available

Location

Accessibility

Not accessible

Read our accessibility guide 

Layout

Ground floor layout

Dining room, sitting room, kitchen and utility/drying room.

First floor layout

Two twin bedrooms, one double bedroom and family bathroom.

More information

Access: The accessibility guide is for guidance only. For up to date information, please call the team on 0344 800 2070.

Garden: There is an enclosed garden at the rear and an open garden at the front.

Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.