Pwllheli Sailing Club
|420 CurraDinghy 420 Winter Championships
|42 Boats||Mar 2014|
|Topper Craftinsure National Series 4
|119 Boats||Jul 2013|
|Topper Sailing Solutions Topper 4.2 NS 1 13/14
|11 Boats||Jul 2013|
|Topper ITCA NW Traveller Pwllheli 2013
|29 Boats||June 2013|
|29ER 29er Grand Prix Round 8
|32 Boats||Oct 2012|
|St Tudwal's Island||Info|
|Nefyn Golf Course|
|Snowdonia National Park|
|2||Y Castell||Pwllheli||Pwllheli is the unofficial capital town of the Llyn Peninsula on the north west corner of Wales. Fro... More..|
Pwllheli is the unofficial capital town of the Llyn Peninsula on the north west corner of Wales. From the Snowdonia National Park to the many stunning sandy beaches, the Peninsula has something for everyone and The Castle is the ideal base to explore the region. Abersoch is just to the west of Pwlhelli with international recognised sailing and miles of sandy beaches. The waters are perfect for wake boarding, surfing and water skiing. Porthdinllaen is well worth a visit with the walk across the bay to the Ty Coch Inn. The golf course at Nefyn is not for the fainthearted - but the views (and the challenge) are well worth it! The town of Pwllheli has twice weekly markets, an award winning marina, two beaches and an array of small individual shops. Here at the Castle Pwllheli, we can offer a variety of accommodation - our en-suite rooms start at £55 per room per night - so have a look to see which style suits you best! If you are looking for some great accommodation in Pwllheli, you can be sure of high standards and a warm welcome from the team at Y Castell!
|3||Goslings||Abersoch||Goslings is situated close to the centre of the village of Abersoch with stunning views across Cardi... More..|
Goslings is situated close to the centre of the village of Abersoch with stunning views across Cardigan Bay and St Tudwal's Islands. Good food and service is our aim. . With seven air conditioned bedrooms, most having sea view. We are ideally situated for sailing and beach holidays. The area has some outstanding countryside with local footpaths being developed all the time. The coastal footpath being just one of them. A range of golf courses are available including our own Abersoch course and Nefyn which is a short drive. We are able to offer discounted rates at most courses in the North Wales area. The Llyn being an area of outstanding natural beauty is an ideal location for long or short breaks.
|4||Awel Mor||Criccieth||The Awel Môr is a large victorian terraced house with accommodation set over four floors. Situa... More..|
The Awel Môr is a large victorian terraced house with accommodation set over four floors. Situated directly on the sea front in the delightful seaside town of Criccieth the Awel Mor is to the west of Criccieth Castle and looks directly over Cardigan Bay, to Harlech Castle and to the mountains beyond. We offer a range of relaxing en-suite rooms (8 rooms in total), with some having spectacular sea views. Our south facing Guest Lounge is an ideal place to sit and read the newspapers or to chat to friends old and new. Whether you chose the healthy or hearty option, we offer a good quality breakfast using local produce in our comfortable dining room; the perfect way to start the day. The town centre with its variety of small shops, pubs and excellent restaurants is but a short stroll from the Awel Môr as is the historic castle. We are ideally situated for touring the Lleyn Peninsula, exploring the surrounding coastal villages, visiting the famous Portmeirion and riding the Ffestiniog or Welsh Highland Railways, to name but a few . The Snowdonia National Park is just a short drive away making it a superb location for walkers, climbers, cyclists, families and the many other outdoor enthusiasts.
|5||Caerwylan Hotel||Criccieth||The Caerwylan probably enjoys some of the best coastal views in North Wales. The hotel faces south w... More..|
The Caerwylan probably enjoys some of the best coastal views in North Wales. The hotel faces south with stunning views over the main beach, Tremadog Bay and towards the ruins of Criccieth Castle. We are a small, friendly hotel with 24 clean and comfortable, individually designed en-suite bedrooms, many with lovely sea views. Our prices include full Welsh Breakfast. On the ground floor we have created a tranquil, sea facing Lounge, serving morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas, (during the summer months you can also enjoy snacks in our south facing garden). A contemporary Bar stocks a wide range of spirits, wines, lagers and locally brewed beers. Our elegant, fine dining Tonnau Restaurant with views of the sea, castle and garden is open to residents and non residents, from Easter until early November, for dinner seven days a week. During the quieter winter months the opening periods vary. Advance booking is recommended. Our Chefs use good, local suppliers and regularly change the menu. There is one family bedroom (Room 21 - minimum age for children 12). Apart from Room 21, please note it is not our policy to have 2 adults and a baby/child in any of our double bedrooms. The Caerwylan is the ideal base to explore Criccieth (a gentle stroll takes you to all the town amenities), the beautiful beaches of the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia and the many famous steam railways, castles and golf courses of North Wales. Nick and Fiona look forward to welcoming you to the Caerwylan in 2014.