Holiday Cottage
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

Beudy Mawr is a beautifully renovated fully furnished cottage comprising an open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with a large wood burning stove for that cosy feeling. 

Holiday Cottage

Aberdaron Farm Holidays

There is a large dining area / socialising room with dining tables, chairs, beanbags, tv, nintento wii and boardgames and a small basic kitchen consisting of a hob, microwave, George, kettle and toaster.

Closed until further notice.


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Things to Do
Aberdaron Farm Holidays

coastal walk Aberdaron

Click here for a circular walk starting from Beudy Mawr which incorporates the coastal path


A day at the beach is good for the soul ! You will be spoilt for choice on the Llyn Peninsula. On the left is Ty Coch beach with its distinctive red pub. Other popular beaches are Abersoch and Nefyn, and there are plenty of secluded quiet coves for exploring.


Nefyn Golf Course is on a narrow peninsula and it can be enjoyed by golfers of every standard. Other courses are found at Abersoch, Pwllheli and Criccieth.


For those who like walking, the Llŷn Coastal Path is 148km or 91 miles in length and extends from Caernarfon along the north coast of Llŷn to Uwchmynydd and then follows the south coast to Porthmadog. There are small coves and long sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and wild heathland along the way.


There is plenty to offer watersports enthusiasts in the area - sailing at Pwllheli Marina, waterskiing, powerboating or windsurfing at Abersoch or wakeboarding at Glasfryn Parc.

llyn fishing

If you enjoy fishing then you will enjoy a day at Llyn Lakes in Rhoshirwaun. Both lakes have well-kept natural grassy banks with lovely views of the surrounding countryside. The lakes incorporate bays, controlled weed beds, rushes and islands and are large, safe and comfortable for a full day’s fishing.


Everyone enjoys a ride on a steam train! The Ffestiniog Railway takes you on a 13½-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.


Birdwatching: Cormorant; Heron - crossing from North to South; Choughs; Greylag Goose - flying in a V formation; Mallard; Buzzard; Partridge; Pheasant; Moorhen;
Oystercatcher; Lapwing; Curlew; Snipe; Common Gull; Kittiwake; Woodpigeon; Jay; Cuckoo; Swallow; Barn Owl; Little Owl; Kingfisher; Woodpecker; Pied Wagtail; Wren; Starling; Blackbird; Songthrush; Blue Tit; Great Tit; Robin; Sparrow


There are plenty of things to do to keep the children entertained when they want a break from the beach.

The Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal Park lets you interact with a wide range of animals; Glasfryn Parc has a Go-Karting circuit, a Quad Bike Safari and wakeboarding as well as Ten-Pin Bowling and Archery; pony trekking with Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud and Riding Centre can take you up Garn Fadryn mountain to experience the magnificent panoramic views from Snowdonia to Hell's Mouth.

A little further afield is GreenWood - an all-weather family experience with rides and activities, magicians and pirates, face painting and craft making. Or perhaps Pili Palas with meerkats and butterflies, or Anglesey Sea Zoo with amazing marine life is more to your taste.