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Llanbedrog beach huts hire

Dog walking at Llanbedrog beach, Llŷn Peninsula, Wales
Visit the colourful beach huts at Llanbedrog Beach | © National Trust Images/ James Dobson

Llanbedrog beach has been a popular destination with visitors flocking here since 1890, when a tramway was built connecting the village to Pwllheli. The tramway has since gone, but the tradition of beach huts, linked to those early Victorian tourists, remains.

How do I book a beach hut for 2024?

The application window for a beach hut in 2024 has now closed and the beach huts have been fully allocated. All unsuccessful applications will be added to the waiting list automatically.

When will the beach huts be ready?

We are unable to provide exact dates for the licence start and end dates at the present time but anticipate that the beach huts will be available between Easter and the first week in September 2024. We will confirm the dates with successful applicants by 29 February 2024.

How much does it cost to book a beach hut for the season?

The cost for beach huts in 2024 will be £450 for the season. Due to the costs associated with maintenance, moving the beach huts and administration of licences, the fee is non-refundable.

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