Our peaceful caravan site, self catering static caravan & farmhouse is the perfect destination for really getting away from it all. Set in a secluded rural position on the outskirts of the hamlet of Llangwnadl, within walking distance of the idylic cove of Porth Colmon, easy reach of beaches at Penllech, Towyn and Whistling Sands (Porth Oer), we are well placed for taking in the best that the coastal paths have to offer, including breathtaking views and rare wildlife.
Glanrafon Fawr has been in the family for 3 generations. Myra and the family now work together to run the business, with the whole family helping out. The holiday business is set on the family run farm with Myra’s son, Meurig and daughter in law, Linda and their family running that side of the business.
On the farm you will often see them tending to the Lleyn and Texel Sheep as well as their Pedigree British Simmental Cattle. The Farm is on the North coast of the Llŷn Peninsula with plenty of beaches to stroll along. We are in a great location to take advantage of the Costal Path and take a walk down to the beautiful Aberdaron, or go along the coast to Tŷ Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen.
The Llŷn Peninsula offers some of the best scenery in the UK, and yet is relatively undiscovered. There are many sandy beaches within easy reach which are the perfect ingredient for any family holiday – with one of the nearest being the famous Whistling Sands of Porth Oer. Or if you’re a little more adventurous, why not walk up one of our local hills? On a clear day views stretch as far as Ireland in the west – with the majestic mountains of Snowdonia to the east, Cardigan Bay to the south and Anglesey to the north. The Llyn Coastal Path is right on your doorstep. This footpath follows the coast of the peninsula and is nearly 100 miles in total, from Caernarfon in the north to Porthmadog in the south. Much of the coast is now owned by the National Trust, allowing access to the spectacular clifftops and headlands – ideal vantage points for observing the vast array of
Aberdaron offers shops, cafes and pubs, as well as it’s own fine sandy beach. Mynydd Mawr at the tip of the peninsula enjoys beautiful views across to Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), some two miles offshore. There is a boat service to the island when the weather is fine – well worth a trip to appreciate the island’s facinating heritage and wildlife. Also on the peninsula are the popular resorts of Abersoch, Pwllheli and Nefyn. Abersoch is famous as a centre for all kinds of watersports, whilst Pwllheli offers a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as it’s award winning marina and beaches. Nefyn also has a sandy beach, and nearby Morfa Nefyn can go one better with a pub on the top of the beach at the small fishing hamlet of Porthdinllaen.