Yr Hen Felin Bed and Breakfast

400-year-old charming accommodation Pwllheli.

A warm and personal welcome awaits you in three luxury individually styled suites on a B & B accommodation basis within an old converted water Mill at Edern, Pwllheli on the picturesque Llyn Peninsula.

Nestling in a quiet hamlet on the Llyn Peninsula, Yr Hen Felin (The Old Mill) offers supremely comfortable accommodation. Warm neutral colours enhance the many period features of this converted old mill and touches of luxury ensure a memorable stay. Each stylish room, with bathing facilities, has its own character with sumptuous beds, fine linen and furniture. Your accommodation will always be chosen for its homely welcome, comfort and great food. You can be sure that you'll arrive to a warm, clean and well-prepared room.

With a high level of personal service, the seclusion and tranquillity of Yr Hen Felin offers the perfect location for a relaxing country and coast retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It is an ideal base for walkers, cyclists, golfers, sailors and sea and country pursuits. There is ample well-lit private parking space for guests use.

It is essentially a family home, which the owners and your hosts, Paul and Carys, feel privileged to share with you; they place great emphasis on guest care and comfort in a welcoming Welsh and English speaking environment.

This 400-year-old charming accommodation offers three luxurious suites, each with peaceful country views; it is ideal for romantic or leisure breaks.

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Siaradir Gymraeg yma hefyd. ..... Gwasanaeth a Phleser / Service with Pleasure ........

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Yr Hen Felin Bed and Breakfast
Lon Goch Pwllheli Gwynedd LL53 6JD Wales
phone: 01758 720195 fax:

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