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These old stone stables have been renovated using local materials to transform them into charming holiday cottages. With breathtaking views of the mountains, river and Cardigan Bay in the distance, this is the perfect retreat to unwind.

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Rooms: 4 cottages, sleeps from 4 - 6 people

From £495 for a week stay

Meals: Self catering
Open: Year round
Address: Carnguwch, Llithfaen, Pwllheli, Gwynedd , LL53 6NH
Tel: +44 (0)1758 750000

Why we've chosen Organig Parc

The former stables of this family farm have been lovingly converted into four adjoining holiday homes, using local materials. Carpets are made from Snowdonia wool, lintels from beams salvaged from a disused water mill, kitchen floors from Welsh slate or local wood and while the stylish patio furniture is not Welsh but Romanian, at least it’s sustainably harvested and the owners realise that this is important. The family has, after all, been farming their 300-acres for centuries and have Soil Association accreditation. If you start to take the serene views of river, mountains and distant Cardigan bay for granted, you can always hike up the family’s own 1,000 ft high heather-clad mountain.

Top eco features at Organig Parc

  • The cottages were renovated using sustainable or locally sourced materials

  • The private heather covered mountain is "organically managed"

  • The gardens are watered using natural spring water from the surrounding mountains

  • Organic cotton towels and bed sheets are provided

  • The surrounding farm is Soil Association certified

  • The interiors use low toxicity materials such as sheep's wool insulation and organic paint

  • The fridges, dishwashers and washing machines all have low energy rating

  • The Aga-Rayburns are both stylish cookers and provide the hot water

  • Environmentally friendly soaps, detergents and other cleaning products are provided for guests

  • Recycling facilities are provided

  • The stoves are fuelled from fallen trees from the farm

  • Waste food is recycled and composted to fertilise the farm



Organig Parc, Carnguwch, Wales
Nearest train station: Pwllheli

Directions from station:
The bus journey takes about 40 minutes from Pwllheli train station. From Pwllheli bus station (next to the train station) get the number 27 towards Pistyll and get off at the Post Office. Parc Organic is a 15 minute walk away. Alternatively, a taxi takes 20 minutes.

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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