Opening times for 11 December 2023
Asset Opening time Countryside | Cefn gwlad Dawn - Dusk Car park | Maes parcio Open all day
Parking costs: £5 all day from 1 April - 1 Oct, £2.50 all day from 1 October - 31 March. £1.50 after 4pm all year round. The pay and display machines accept coins only. You can also pay online using PayByPhone. Free for members - please scan your membership card. Please note that overnight camping is not permitted.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Cafe at Oriel Glyn y Weddw - not National Trust owned.
Electric vehicle charging point
The pay & display machine only accepts coins.
Between 1 April - 30 September dog should be kept on a lead until beyond the beach huts.
Public toilets owned by Cyngor Gwynedd. Open 1 April until the end of October.
Level, gravelled car park with 3 Blue Badge spaces and some pot holes. Steps and steep tarmac track to beach (200 metres).
Sloped hill down to the beach from the car park.
from Pwllheli, follow A499 to Llanbedrog and turn left by service station. Car park entrance is opposite Plas Glyn y Weddw.
Parking: at beach
Reach Llanbedrog via services from Pwllheli to Aberdaron and Abersoch
Parking is free for members of the National Trust. Please note the pay and display machines accept coins only. You can pay online using PayByPhone. We recommend you download the app beforehand.
Here in Llŷn we’ve got a range of walks to please you and your four-legged companion, from the beautiful Porthdinllaen to the rugged coastline of Porthor.
A sheltered sandy beach with colourful beach huts overlooking Cardigan Bay.
A beautifully restored 19th century cottage with panoramic sea views outside the front door.
Take in the views across Hell’s Mouth Bay from this cottage on the Plas-yn-Rhiw estate.
A bright, two-storey apartment in lovely Aberdaron, with a sandy beach on the doorstep and nearby trails for walking and cycling.
A bright, spacious apartment in the heart of lovely fishing village, Aberdaron, close to the wide, sandy bay.
Best known for its colourful beach huts, this wonderful stretch of sand has been enjoyed by generations. Its sheltered waters, fantastic views over Cardigan Bay and adjacent wooded and craggy landscape make this a real gem of Llŷn.
The beach huts at Llanbedrog are part of a long-standing tradition, bringing some colour and joy to visitors on the beach. Here's a guide with more information about the beach huts.