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Tir Bedw

Self-Catering Holiday Cottage




Features of the property at a glance

 Cot available Cot available
 Highchair available Highchair available
 Linen included Linen included
 No pets One pet Only
 Parking available Parking available
 Pub nearby Pub nearby
 Shower Shower over bath
 Summer short breaks  Short breaks available
 Television Television Free View
 Washing machine Washing machine
Washing machine Dishwasher Free Wi-Fi
Television Dvd Player  

    Wi-Fi Available


                 Tir Bedw is a delightful three bedroom semi-detached welsh cottage set in Edern Village with wonderful views of Garn Fadryn mountain in the back ground. Edern is near Morfa Nefyn, Nefyn, Tudweiliog, Aberdaron and Pwllheli on the Lleyn Peninsular in North Wales.

                 The peaceful village of Edern is  about 5 minute drive away from Morfa Nefyn. Morfa Nefyn has wonderful sandy beaches and is home to the famous Ty Coch pub on the Porthdinllaen beach. In Morfa Nefyn there s a 27-hole links golf course. Other beaches available in the area are Tudweiliog about 3 miles away and  Whistling sands which is about 7 miles away. Llanbedrog and Abersoch are about 20 to 25 minutes away by car (9 to 12 miles away). Pwllheli is our main town, it's about 15 to 20 minutes away by car (7 miles from Edern). Every Wednesday through out the year we have an open air market. Pwllheli has many shops from souvenirs shops to well known supermarkets.

 In the area we have many mountains for you to climb. We have Garn Fadryn which is about 7 miles by car. You can walk from the road to the summit, it  would take around an hour and fifteen minutes. From the top you would be able to see Pwllheli  on the south coast of Lleyn Peninsular, round to the west point of Lleyn you'd see Aberdaron and Uwch Mynydd, then round again to the North west coast you'd be able to see The Rivals mountain and Nefyn area.

                We have The Rivals Mountain for you to climb,  which is about 6 miles away. This mountain would take about an hour and a half for you to climb. From the summit you'd be able to see Anglesey, Caernarfon Bay and Merionethshire. After the clime maybe you could go down to Nant Gwrtheryn. In Nant Gwrtheryn there's a cafe. Views from here are stunning as you are surrounded by mountains and disused quarries.





All around the Lleyn Peninsular there are costal paths which would take many hours for you to walk. These paths have many starting locations all around the Lleyn Peninsular. If your lucky you might see seals and dolphins swimming in the sea.










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