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Located in Pwllheli, The Victoria Hotel provides a bar. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi. At the hotel, all rooms are equipped with a wardrobe and a TV. The breakfast which was brought to our room was excellent. The lovely couple who ran the hotel were friendly and helpful. They even brought us a pot of coffee when we returned at night which was a lovely gesture. Would definitely stay again.
Rooms at Martha Jones is are set in the heart of Pwllheli. Guests can make use of the free unlimited BT infinity Wi-Fi. We liked everything: the comfort, the decoration, the kitchenette, the breakfast, the cleanliness and the kindness of the cleaning lady every morning.
Located in Llanbedrog in the Llŷn peninsula of Gwynedd, Craig Y Glyn is 5 minutes' walk from the beach. The famous Snowdonia National Park is 35 miles away. Comfiest bed i’ve ever slept in. Lovely lovely staff. Very clean room and excellent location very close to the sea.
Featuring sea views, Stunning Beach Front house has accommodations with a garden and a terrace, around 17 miles from Portmeirion. The 5-star vacation home is 28 miles from Snowdon Mountain Railway. great beach front location, close to the shops and the sailing academy.
Glascoed, Pwllheli, a property with a garden, is located in Pwllheli, 24 miles from Portmeirion, 30 miles from Snowdon Mountain Railway, as well as 1.8 miles from Nefyn & District Golf Club. Brilliant cottage in nice rural location. Very relaxing stay
Located in Pwllheli in the Gwynedd region, 6 West End Point is a 3-star property featuring free WiFi. The 3-star apartment has sea views and is 17 miles from Portmeirion. Great location with easy accessibility to everything we needed during our stay. Great beach for dog walks
A compact town with no frills but everything you need for a pleasant stay. A few supermarkets, a decent selection of bars and cafes, a nice Wetherspoons, a harbour, a long beach and views of Snowdon, friendly locals.
The views from living room was breathing all rooms were spotless, everything you need in a kitchen is there ,tha garden needs a spruce up the artificial turf needs replacing, the two table lamps in living didnt work ,the celing lights were very bright mabey a dimmer switch wold benefit, and part of the stair rail could do with tightening but apart from them small issues everything else was fine , pwllheli is a short walk away with plenty of shops and places to eat , criccieth,Aberdaron, porthmadoc,Llanbedrog nd abersoch are all a short drive away with plenty to do and most have stunning beaches we carnt wait to go back to this accommodation in the very near future, i highly recommend it they have a weatherspoons as well as the whitehall wich is a lovely pub friendly staff and tastey food,waterfront bar,and plenty more to choose from to suit everyone
Everything there to make a holiday good. Great beaches and nature walks. Three easy to get at supermarkets. Very large public leisure swimming pool. Chip shops, Indian and Chinese takeaways. Every kind of shops available to cater for your needs. Great for the kids.
Pwllheli is a lovely friendly place, lots of food shops, Wetherspoons. It is a busy bustling town, not many places to eat with dogs, just one place who welcomes dogs is The Witches Brew. There is a leisure centre , also lots of lovely places to visit in the surrounding area.
The town is far more 'buzzy' than I'd realised it would be. Good selection of places to eat. Pretty parts for good walking both near the town, and at a small distance. Great for dogs. Very friendly area. Lots of places to visit nearby (eg Port Meirion, Abersoch nice town, etc. A couple of grottier parts, mainly on the main road, but easily avoided. Not good as a beach resort: nearby beaches good for peace and solitude. but there are few amenities along the front (cafes, loos, etc)
Old school Welsh seaside resort. Small funfair and arcade. Great beaches. Good range of pubs, cafes, takeaways and restaurants. Excellent selection of supermarkets. Not many wet weather options. Good base for a wide range of N Wales attractions.
Location was excellent and the property was a very good standard the proximity to the beach was great and the views from the upper floors spectacular. Having a bathroom on the ground floor was a great bonus we had not expected handy for older guests and ground floor bedroom. Good amenities in Pwllheli town centre within walking distance
Michelle is an amazing host that over steps the boundaries to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible, rooms are spotless but the bed is the big seller, home from home. Location is between Abersoch and Pwllheli 5mins by car, beach 5 min walk and 2 local friendly pubs. We will be staying there again no doubt
Lots of facilities like washing machine, great heating all recently replaced, just perfect, great garden too although we didn’t use due to it being April. Good TV and more importantly Wifi. Even space for my so to revise for his GCSE’s as we were her for his sailing at Pwllheli.
The cottage was spotlessly clean and the beds were very comfortable. The milk, tea bags, Welsh cakes and Prosecco were a lovely additional treat. We loved the location. Beautiful view of the marina and less than 10 minutes stroll to Pwllheli town centre.
Sited on a hill, looking out over the cardigan bay area, snowdon in the distance. Such a peaceful retreat for 2 people. Close to Pwllheli for amenities. The owners are very accommodating and friendly. Well worth a visit.
We loved the hotel it was fantastic, and pub was lovely and we enjoyed an delicious Indian next door, definitely book again.
We really appreciated the breakfast provided in the room, the cleanliness throughout and the central location in Pwllheli.
Properties in the Pwllheli area are expensive but Lliwedd was very good value by comparison
Great Location for all areas of Pwllheli plus great view of the Harbour