The Llŷn Peninsula is one of Britain's first designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With mile upon mile of open sandy beach, glorious gulf stream light, tranquil seclusion and a coastal path edging the whole peninsula, this is a wonderful, unspoilt region well worth a visit - browse this page to see why, then come and see for yourselves!
In the 25 years since we first opened Plas Bodegroes, our restaurant has gained top awards from all of the leading guides, including (for 14 years) Michelin star, Egon Ronay star, and UK Restaurant of the Year in the Good Food Guide.
Our reputation is based upon the modern interpretation of traditional dishes, concentrating upon the superb local ingredients. In addition, we try to source our fish as sustainably as possible, and do not use endangered wild species.
As a result some of our fish is now farmed from sustainable sources. These include Icelandic cod, Norwegian halibut and Shetland organic salmon and sea trout. We ensure that wherever possible the wild fish we do use is either line or pot caught.
Plas Bodegroes, Pwllheli
Gwynedd, North Wales, LL53 5TH
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One of Wales' most picturesque & oldest art venues. A gothic styled mansion built in 1857. Exhibition changes every 6-8 weeks. Tea room + craft shop on site. Adult +kids art workshops,
Penarth Fawr Medieval Hall
“… that we have become as one, deep rooted in the soil of Life and tangled in the sweet growth.” Tolkien. Concealed within the village of Chwilog,