Former guests would agree that the mystique and romance of the beautiful North Wales landscape is best experienced on the Llyn Peninsula. It's an area dotted with lovely beaches and abundant with wildlife - and home to four wonderfully cosy cottages at Gwyliau Rhydolion. Formed around a courtyard, these stone period dwellings have been refurbished to tip top standard – think four posters or canopy beds, spa baths, games rooms and kids' play areas.
What makes a stay at Rhydolion unique?
Since the 1980s the self-catering properties are constantly being built and have ensured that guests are accepted in a comfortable, high quality, welcoming and relaxing environment. This is expressed in the 5-star excellence rating that acknowledges every year by Visit Wales, each cottage, therefore, praised as 'exceptional with a degree of luxury.' The modernised properties preserve their original quality, fitted with traditional furniture and high standard decoration.
What is the capacity for Rhydolion?
Sugbor (sleeps 2 – 7) is all beams, exposed stone walls and features original slate flooring in the kitchen; Rhydolion Farmhouse (sleeps 2 – 7) retains plenty of its 16th century charm including the inglenook fireplace; Hoewal (sleeps 2 – 6) is great for young kids and promises barbecues with long country views; and Llofft yr Yd (sleeps 2 – 7), is a 19th century barn that allows groups to socialise in style within the beamed open plan living area.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Pwllheli area?
Rhydolion is a fantastic base for all holiday plans, just over 1⁄2 mile from Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth)'s famous surfing and bodyboarding sand beach, the historic picturesque villages of Llangian and Llanengan just a mile away; and only two and a half miles from the popular village of Abersoch, which is well known for its numberous watersport activities, good eateries and streetwise clothes shops.