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Llanystumdwy Attractions Tafarn y Plu Public House - Visit the Tafarn Y Plu Public House, (English: the Feathers Inn), and enjoy a traditional warm Welsh welcome in this Grade II listed inn. Or choos Lloyd George Museum - The aim of the Lloyd George Museum and Highgate (the old cobbler's workshop and his boyhood home) is to interpret the life and times of David Ll Llanystumdwy St John The Baptist Church - Llanystumdwy Parish Church is dedicated to St John The Baptist, and stands in the picturesque village of Llanystumdwy on the Llyn peninsula, Nor Criccieth Gallery Antiques - Small family run, general antiques, over 30 years in the trade. Criccieth Railway Station - Criccieth Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the c Bryn Hir Arms - Basement Bistro & Beer Garden - *Superb Meals Available Daily*, Including Saturday & Sunday - Food Served All Day 12pm Till 9.30pm - Establis Trefor Owen Clogmaker - The only Full time Professional Hand Maker of Traditional Clogs in Wales. All produced using trational tools and methods. Individual, bespoke, custom Criccieth Memorial Hall - Listed building in the centre of town used for theatrical/musical performances Open days/Antique /craft fairs etc/wedding receptions/birthday celebr Criccieth Castle - Owain Glyn Dŵr sealed Criccieth’s fate when his troops captured and burnt the castle in the early years of the 15th century. This was to be the l Criccieth Golf Club - Criccieth is a small attractive holiday resort situated on Tremadog Bay. The town was originally an ancient borough granted a Charter in 1284. It's c Criccieth Beach - Angling is a popular sport on both beaches and the ever growing sport of sea kayaking attracts a lot of visitors to the town. But the old traditio Tafarn Madryn Arms - Just outside the all time great family resort of Pwllheli is the small village of Chwilog and, at the Tafarn Madryn Arms (Tavern House!), a great Wel Pwllheli Hafan Beach - The beach at Hafan y Mor, Pwllheli, is a lovely beach in a small cove close to the Hafan-y-Mor Caravan Park. The Goat Inn - Pub located in Glandwyfach, near Criccieth. St Cybi's Well - St Cybis well, which is close to Llangybi Church, is famous as a place where people came to in the past to seek healing. St Cybi's Well is situated i Penarth Fawr Medieval House - Penarth Fawr Medieval House is located to the south of Llangybi and also to the east of Pwlleli. This Fifteenth-century hall-house has and impressive The Cross Foxes Inn - Come and enjoy good food, drink and a friendly family atmosphere at this traditional 19th century village Inn in Garndolbenmaen, Gwynedd. Relax i Black Rock Sands Beach - Black Rock Sands, a popular wide sandy beach with a rocky headland at the western end of the beach and a backdrop of sand dunes that are a site of spe Tafarn Glanaber - Pub situated in Morfa Bychan, east of Criccieth in North Wales. Morfa Bychan Beach - The beach at Morfa Bychan is known as Black Rock Sands, a popular wide sandy beach with a rocky headland at the western end of the beach and a backdro Tremadog Bay - Tremadog Bay is an inlet of Cardigan Bay in the North West of Wales. It sits between the Llyn Peninsula to the north west and the coastline of souther Porthmadog Golf Club - Porthmadog and Borth-y-Gest Golf Club, as it was originally called, was opened in the very early 1900's probably being played by 1905. Numerous chang Moel-y-Gest - Moel-y-Gest is a hill located to the west of Porthmadog in Gwynedd, North Wales. Although Moel-y-Gest is only 262m the hill offers spectacular views Abererch Railway Station - Black Rock Llama Trekking - Llamas are renowned for their ability as a pack animal and will happily carry your provisions. They are gentle, affectionate and intelligent which tog
Attractions near Llanystumdwy
Tafarn y Plu Public House
Lloyd George Museum
Llanystumdwy St John The Baptist Church
Criccieth Gallery Antiques
Criccieth Railway Station
Bryn Hir Arms
Trefor Owen Clogmaker
Criccieth Memorial Hall
Criccieth Castle
Criccieth Golf Club
Criccieth Beach
Tafarn Madryn Arms
Pwllheli Hafan Beach
The Goat Inn
St Cybi's Well
Penarth Fawr Medieval House
The Cross Foxes Inn
Black Rock Sands Beach
Tafarn Glanaber
Morfa Bychan Beach
Tremadog Bay
Porthmadog Golf Club
Abererch Railway Station
Black Rock Llama Trekking
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