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Formerly a milking parlour, cowshed and stables, these spacious cottages are situated on the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula. From Nintendo Wii's to scenic coastal walks this peaceful sanctuary is ideal for families.

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Rooms: 3 cottages, sleeps 2 - 18

From £280 per week

Meals: Self catered, nearest restaurant 2 miles
Open: Year round
Address: Carrog, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8NL
Tel: +44 (0)1758 730670

Why we've chosen Carrog Farm

Three old stone buildings, once the milking parlour and stables of this working family farm, have been converted into comfortable, airy accommodation for four, six or eight people. Original stone walls, large beams, 19th century graffiti, rooms big enough for a horse and cart and crogloffts – where barley was stored - remind us of the past, while underfloor heating, spacious bathrooms and sleek kitchens bring us, luxuriously, into the present. Sit outside on your patio, with a slice of bara brith from the welcome hamper and count yourself lucky. On clear days you can see across the fields and sea to Ireland.


Carrog Farm Cottages, Pwllheli, Wales
Nearest train station: Pwllheli

Directions from station:
The bus takes half an hour. From Pwllheli bus station (behind the train station), get the 17B towards Aberdaron. Get off at Plas Farm and Carrog Farm is a 3 minute walk away.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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