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Portmeirion voucher at Grade II* Listed Farmhouse on the Llyn Peninsula

Published on 22 Nov 2019 by Gwion Llwyd

Stay at the stunning Grade II* Listed Farmhouse on the Llyn Peninsula in December and receive a voucher for the famous Portmeirion! Enjoy a relaxing hot tub after exploring the beautiful nearby town of Pwllheli, whilst taking in the idyllic scenery….just before the Christmas mayhem! Valid on stays in December 2019, min. 3 nights. This voucher is valid for use at the Portmeirion Hotel, Castell Deudraeth and all Portmeirion Village Shops and Portmeirion Shops in Porthmadog.

16th Century Farmhouse With a Modern Twist | Plas-Ffor

Stunning Grade II* Listed Farmhouse On The Beautiful Llyn Peninsula | PLAS-FFOR

Price £700 – £1390 / week

Sleeps 5 + cot | Farm Stay| Hot Tub | WiFi | Real Fire

Plas Ffor is a magnificent Grade II* listed 16th century farmhouse near Pwllheli on the Llŷn Peninsula. Idyllic rural setting, hot tub, sleeps 5.

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