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Ty Coch, a former coastal farm in an area of outstanding natural beauty, is the perfect place for families or groups of friends to unwind. It is purpose-designed for sharing and within 5 acres of grounds running down to a private beach.

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Rooms: 5: 3 twin/double, 2 family (double + bunks, 2 doubles/twins)

Sleeps 10+4 - High Season: £2650 week (£189pp) - Mid Season: £1750 week (£125pp), £1250 weekend (£89pp)- Low Season £1250 week (£89pp), £960 weekend (£69pp)

Meals: The village pub and restaurant, Y Beuno, is half a mile away in Clynnog Fawr.
Open: Year round
Address: Ty Coch, Clynnog Fawr, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 5PD

Why we've chosent Ty Coch:

Ty Coch is a former coastal farm in the Lleyn Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its varied coastline on the fringe of the rugged Snowdonia National Park. Seven miles west of Caernarfon in the historic village of Clynnog Fawr, within easy reach of south Lleyn beaches, Anglesey and Snowdonia. On the Lleyn Coastal Path and an excellent base for walking, cycling, fishing, there's lots to do around and about but most guests find it easy just to hang out

The rundown cluster of former farm buildings were refurbished in 2009, designed for families and friends holidaying together, with an optimum balance of personal space and communal living and exclusive use of five acres of coastal nature-reserve-in-the-making including a playing field, seaside camp, picnic area, stream, wildlife pond and secluded beach. Seals are regular visitors to the beach, porpoises pass offshore, numerous seabirds and seacreatures populate the beach and rockpools, its well worth bringing binoculars and a bucket and net.

Aside from total privacy and natural beauty there is another good reason to stay at Ty Coch, the ground source heat pumps powered with 100% renewables makes Ty Coch a carbon-neutral holiday choice.

Ty Coch has 3 buildings, 5 bedrooms, 5 acres, sleep 10-14, seats 20, free camping for kids. Pets by arrangment.

What makes Ty Coch a green accommodation?

  • Powered by 100% renewable energy

  • Highly insulated so heat is not lost

  • Heat pumps used for underfloor heating & hot water

  • Constructed using local & sustainable materials



Ty Coch, Llyn Peninsula, North Wales
Nearest train station: Bangor

Directions from station:
There is a regular bus link from Bangor to Phwelli stopping at Clynnog Fawr

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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