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Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn – Borth y Gest

Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn are ideally situated in the picturesque coastal Victorian village of Borth-y-Gest. Directly to the rear of the properties is Parc-y-Borth nature reserve. They are located in an elevated position on a small hillside providing fabulous views of Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia Mountains. Guests can enjoy the stunning views from the garden, balcony, lounge, kitchen/ diner and two front bedrooms. Borth-y-Gest village teashop, shop and bistro are reached from the cottages by a short, 2 minute walk along the village sea front.

Borth-y-Gest is a picturesque coastal village, located to the east of the popular Llyn Peninsular and adjacent west of the Snowdonia National Park.This pretty, unspoilt village located one mile west Porthmadog has retained its Victorian charm with colourful terraced houses fronting onto a horseshoe-shaped promenade that skirts the perimeter of this sheltered bay where small boats are moored. Amenities in the village include a shop, tea room, petrol station and bistro restaurant all of which overlook the harbour. A short 10 minute walk along the coastal path to the east takes you to the popular tourist town of Porthmadog where there is a extensive range of cafes, shops and pubs.

Several beautiful beaches are within easy walking distance along the well maintained coastal path, which leads directly from Borth-y-Gest village centre.Further affield Black Rock Sands is located approximately two miles from Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn. Black Rock Sands is 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 Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). When the tide recedes there are rock pools, exposed caverns and multi coloured rock faces

Parc-y-Borth woods (located to the rear of Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn) is a local nature reserve long popular with walkers and ornithologists, and among the birdlife you might be lucky to spot green woodpeckers, tawny owls and pied flycatchers. Parc-y-Borth is set in deciduous woodland dominated by ancient Welsh oaks. An extensive network of paths will lead you from a public footpath running alongside Tegfryn through the woods to the top of a crag with extensive views of the Glaslyn and Dwyryd estuaries.

Address & Map

Bryn Gwyn,
LL49 9TP.

LL49 9TP.

Bryn Gwyn & Tegfryn