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Craig Y Glyn 4 Stars

Abersoch Road, Pwllheli, LL53 7UB Show on map  3.29 miles from Pwllheli
Craig Y Glyn
Phone: +44 (0)1758 740352Online booking and availability
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£75.00per room per night
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The Victoria Hotel 3 Stars

Embankment Road, s/n/c, Pwllheli, LL53 5AA Show on map  0.61 miles from Pwllheli
The Victoria Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1758 612834Online booking and availability
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Pwllheli, located in Gwynedd, is a traditional market town that is situated on the Lleyn Peninsula in Wales. The town itself is right on the coast and offers two beautiful beaches. In addition to the two beaches that are in Pwllheli, there are also several other beaches in the immediate area. There is also a marina near the town where numerous sailing regattas are held throughout the year. Visitors will find there are numerous shops as well as cafes in the town to enjoy. In addition, there are also several accommodation options in Pwllheli as well as in the surrounding area.

The Welsh town of Pwllheli holds two distinctions. It is the major market town of Gwynedd, and equally has a very large Welsh-speaking population. Quite similar to all major British towns Pwllheli enjoys festivals throughout the year and it is home of many splendid castles. Wakestock is a native festival that the town hosts each year and one could easily see the popularity it is gaining over the years. Camping is now more organized than the previous years and the artists who are playing are well known. Anyone who really is looking for an authentic Welsh town then this is a very genuine festival to begin with.

Criccieth Castle which lies in the closest suburbs is a treat to watch. What makes it quite different from other castles is its location. It is standing between two beaches which surely offer a lot more to the tourist other than the usual grandeur of the castle. It truly is considered an important north Wales attraction.

Within half an hours drive one could enjoy one of its kinds Anglesey Sea Zoo which is the largest marine aquarium in Wales. Hundreds of species at one single place is surely a life time experience for anyone who is the least inclination towards marine life. The zoo offers all the opportunities of information and pleasure that a marine enthusiast could only imagine.

The phenomenon of global warming demands the use of eco-friendly energy and the Centre of Alternative Technology is a pioneering effort is this regard. The centre is full of working prototypes and examples of eco-friendly buildings and appliances.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Pwllheli hotels, mid range or luxury Pwllheli hotels.
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