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Stylish and Spacious Three Bed Holiday Home in Llanbedrog | Llwyn Y Maen

Near BeachNear PubReal FireEV Charger

Tucked away on a quiet cul de sac, Llwyn y Maen is a stylish and spacious three bedroom holiday home in Llanbedrog, within walking distance of the beach and two village pubs. With plenty of space both inside and out, including a large games room and parking for several cars, with an EV charger, this contemporary property makes an excellent choice for families sharing.

Located on the southern coast of Pen Llyn, Llanbedrog is an attractive little village, roughly halfway between the market town of Pwllheli and the popular village of Abersoch. With two pubs, a well regarded restaurant, an art gallery, stunning National Trust beach and pleasant walking routes, Llanbedrog is a lovely place to visit.

Laid out mainly on one floor, Llwyn y Maen sleeps six guests in three bedrooms (plus travel cot and trundle bed) The property is bright and airy throughout, with contemporary coastal decor creating a lovely, calm atmosphere.

On the ground floor enter into a useful utility/ boot room that's ideal for wellies, walking boots or beach paraphernalia. This leads into the spacious, well equipped kithcen-diner with ample space for keen cooks to prepare meals.

Off the kitchen is a bright and spacious lounge, with a contemporary log-burner and dual aspect patio doors which open onto a large wraparound veranda with glass balcony. Also off the kitchen a conservatory opens onto the upper garden, offering a comfortable alternative space to relax.

Accessed via either the lounge or the kitchen, the generous hallway with a desk offers a remote workspace, for any essential emails (with excellent WiFi) ; in this area you will also find a useful selection of local guides and walking books to help you plan your holiday activities. Off the hallway is a bathroom with separate bath and shower and two bedrooms; a superking, which can be adapted into two singles, with an additional pull out trundle bed suitable for a small child, and a king, which can also be adapted to make two singles.

Downstairs a third bedroom is decorated in a calming natural colour scheme with a king sized bed and views over the lower garden. Also on the lower ground is a bathroom and a large games room. A great addition that's sure to keep the family occupied no matter the weather, the games room is well equipped with quirky seating, a pool table, air hockey, table tennis and table football as well as a selection of indoor and outdoor games.

The outdoor space of this stylish and spacious three bedroom holiday home in Llanbedrog is a real bonus and has been well thought out to make the most of the lovely private garden. A hot and cold outdoor shower is ideal for washing sandy toes, while the sizeable wraparound balcony provides plenty of space for outdoor dining. Garden loungers provide a welcome place to enjoy the beautiful rural views, with Wyddfa (Snowdon) visible in the distance, while a hammock offers the ultimate spot for holiday relaxation. In the evening, light the BBQ, gather round the fire pit and enjoy a sociable evening of good food and good company.

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Cottage Type
Near Beach
Near Pub
Real Fire
EV Charger
Welcome Pack
Cot (cot-linen not provided)
High Chair
Central Heating
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First Aid kit
Fire extinguisher or blanket
No Pets
Freezer (not icebox)
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Iron and ironing board
Smart TV
Toys/ Games/ Books
Mobile phone reception
Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests
Security Deposit Required
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking
Bike Storage
Additional Information
Hot Outdoor Shower

***Please note a £300 security deposit will be pre-authorised on your card. This will be released in full after a post-departure inspection (usually within 15 working days).***

Floor Plans




This stylish and spacious three bedroom holiday home in Llanbedrog is located on the southern coast of Pen Llyn, roughly halfway between the market town of Pwllheli and the well known village of Abersoch.

Llanbedrog itself is an attractive little village, popular with returning visitors. There are two pubs within walking distance, Y Llong / The Ship in upper Llanbedrog and the Glyn y Weddw Arms in lower Llanbedrog. Just along the lane from Llwyn y Maen is Tremfan Hall restaurant, ideal for Sunday lunch or an evening out.

The National Trust beach, with its iconic colourful beach huts, is within easy walking distance. This sandy beach is a great choice for families with shallow waters and no strong currents. The cafe/ bar on the beach offers lunch, drinks, ice creams and evening meals and is open daily during the summer months.

At the top of the beach road Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw, Wales oldest art gallery, is a great place to visit with free art exhibitions, a shop, cafe, and an outdoor theatre that hosts regular events during the summer season. From the Plas you can take various trails up Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd (Llanbedrog Headland) towards the ‘Tin Man’ sculpture to enjoy fantastic panoramic views of Cardigan Bay; retrace your steps back to Oriel Plas, or join the Wales Coast Path to walk towards nearby Abersoch.

With its many shops, cafes and restaurants Abersoch is well worth a visit, particularly for watersports enthusiasts, as are the villages along the north coast of Pen Llyn ; Nefyn has a lovely beach, along with several pubs and the Llyn Maritime Museum; a few miles away in Morfa Nefyn you can enjoy lunch at The Cliffs before walking the length of the beach to the National Trust owned hamlet of Porthdinllaen. The Wales Coast path will take you past several other delightful beaches and hidden coves, this walking route is a great way to explore and enjoy the spectacular coastal scenery of Pen Llyn.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Abersoch

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Guest Reviews

Ann Bowman

Beautiful very well equipped house. Kids loved the games room. Very handy for several beaches. Very quiet and peaceful setting but not remote so good if you need to nip to the shops.

We didn’t think the photos did justice to the stunning view of the mountains!

Highly recommended and we would gladly return.


Thank you Lucy for making us feel so welcome in your fabulous home. We wanted for nothing and although the weather was not always kind we couldn’t have been more comfortable. Llwyn y Maen was the perfect place to celebrate our babies first birthday – we’ve had a blast this week and we all thank you once again.


Thank you Lucy for providing such a wonderful stay at your love holiday home.
Brilliant location! Fantastic communication! Thank you Again!


Thank you for another wonderful stay, we have had lovely weather and could not find a more peaceful and perfect spot. Lucy is so kind and attentive. A great host.
We hope to come back in 2024!


This was the perfect place to stay to explore the Llyn Peninsula. An absolutely lovely house with a great games room and beautiful views! You’d provided everything we could possibly need, so thank you!
I think we wouldn’t hesitate to book again in the future 🙂

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