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Edge Holidays would like to invite Friends and Family to stay at our Holiday Cottage in Pwllheli.






Escape unwind forget time and enjoy life and character of a bygone age at a charming typical small Welsh stone cottage set in the most beautiful part of north Wales.

Pwllheli is an old market town and gateway to the Llyn Peninsula – the jewel in the Welsh scenic crown.   Llyn starts at Pwllheli and stretches out to Bardsey Island ,

forming an area of outstanding beauty.   Many areas are protected by the national Trust .Pwllheli itself means, “Salt water pool” and enjoys spectacular Snowdon Mountains as a backdrop.

Breathtaking views can be seen of Tremadog and Cardigan Bays , The Cambrian coast and St. Tudwal's island from Y Garn.




The town is full of character with narrow streets,   shops and cafes and has an excellent leisure center.

                                         A superb golf course.




Every Wednesday there is a open-air market,
which attracts visitors from neighboring towns.

Pwllheli is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area.




Visit the costal villages of Porthmadog ,   Criccieth, Abersoch Aberdaron and Llandbedrog , discover the warm sheltered sandy bays of Llandbedrog,   Porthdor (whistling sands),   Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn, Portdinllaen.   Dinas Dinlle.  


Take a pleasure flight or flying lesson from Caernarfon Airport or just visit the café or Aviation Museum and watch the various aircraft for a fascinating days outing.   View a helicopter flight on the youtube


Dinas Dinlle only a mile from the Airport.


Hafan Pwllheli Marina is one of the finest yachting venues in Britain with easy access to sailing waters of Tremadog bay attracting internationally renowned events Celtic race week and the One Ton cup,

Anglers can enjoy sea fishing off the coast or fly fishing on local rivers.   In 1908 a 7ft 6ins turtle weighing over half a tone was caught in the harbor.   

  Cruise the beautiful coves, cliffs and islands of the LLeyn Peninsula aboard the luxury motor cruiser   “Shearwater”.  Departing from Pwllheli Marina.  “

Shearwater ” Visits seal and seabird colonies and is regularly joined by playful Dolphins.

The whole area is renowned for its varied leisure pursuits- try clay pigeon shooting ,   rally karting, rafting, off road driving, archery or simply explore the many costal paths along a rugged coastline that has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty

west coast railways
During the summer of 2009 West Coast Railways ran a steam train the Cambrian from Pwllheli to Porthmadog and over the famous Barmouth Bridge with magnificent views historic castles. Discovering some of the Great Little Trains of Wales, all against the backdrop of the majestic Snowdonian Mountains in the distance.

The romance of the steam train with magnificent views..
A day for all the family to relax and discover the magical Cambrian Coast.

The holiday home is a small one bedroom inner terraced cottage situated 100 yards from the main High Street   shops cafes, pubs, restaurants and cinema .    Convenient for buses , railway station and 10 minutes walk to a fine sandy beach.  




Parking is available almost adjacent to the cottage.  Five minute walk to the new Asda store.

The cottage is fully modernized with full central heating by gas combi boiler,

double glazed windows.

The lounge diner has exposed wooden beams the modern gas fire is recessed in a natural stone wall with inglenook housing a colour television, dvd, Hi Fi, and Free to view digital decoder.The natural stone wall is highlighted with the halogen ceiling spot lamps.

All the woodwork is finished in antique pine.   A large craftsman made pine bench seat under the window provides comfortable seating with lots of storage space.


The kitchen is equipped with a cooker, fridge and microwave oven.  From the kitchen a door leads to a private walled back yard with table and chairs.




The bedroom has a double bed and built in antique pine wardrobe .   Colour TV.   The shower room has a shower cabinet with instant electric hot water.

A floor to ceiling pine cabinet with built in linen cupboard gives ample storage.



From the landing a steep metal ladder leads to an upstairs attic. Unsuitable for the very young old or infirm. Young children should be supervised at all times. For those agile seeking a new experience the loft gives a sense of adventure with two single beds with pillows and duvets.   Velux window, halogen spot lamps and a large central heated radiator.

TV with DVD and Freeview .


Email the owners Tony & Glenys: bookings(at)edge-holidays(dot)co(dot)uk

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