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The Sanctuary luxury lodge park is situated on the stunning Llŷn Peninsula, which is ‘Snowdon’s arm’, a wildly beautiful peninsula that wraps you in a strong embrace. Llŷn’s mix of culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads and little ports, beaches, bays and sea-cliffs is quite unlike anything else you’ll find in Wales – or elsewhere, for that matter. Little wonder, then, that the coast is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.

Llŷn Peninsula is perfectly placed in North Wales’ undisputed activity capital, crammed full of all kinds of outdoor activities like sailing, walking, cycling, climbing, horse riding, golfing, bird watching, caving and watersports… and much more. It's the perfect location to own your holiday home.

The Llŷn Peninsula extends 30 miles into the Irish Sea from north west Wales, south west of the Isle of Anglesey. It is part of the historic county of Caernarfonshire, and historic region and local authority area of Gwynedd.

The Sanctuary is perfectly positioned right in the centre of the Peninsula, surrounded by the sea on both sides, just between Pwllheli Harbour (10 mins drive) and Porth Nefyn (6 minutes drive).

Whichever way you travel from The Sanctuary you’ll find wonders of Wales that will amaze and delight you! Journey north to Caernarfon and discover one of the country’s finest castles; from here, you’re within reach of Anglesey - and Holyhead for a quick and easy trip to Ireland.

Further along the coast are the celebrated resort of Llandudno - whilst if it’s wide- open spaces you’re after, westwards of The Sanctuary lies the mountainous massif of Snowdonia, where there’s walking, climbing and mountain-biking to complement or challenge every ability.

If you follow the wide southward curve of Cardigan Bay, you’ll find yet more magnificent castles at Criccieth and Harlech, as well as the bustling town of Porthmadog, and some of the most unpopulated upland landscapes in the whole country, where getting away from it all couldn’t be easier!

Nefyn Golf Course

Beaches and Coastline

The Sanctuary is on the Llyn Peninsula and surrounded from both sides with the sea, beaches and bays as well as rocky peaks, hills and forests. We’re home to 200 miles of coast and more than 45 beaches, as well as one of the most spectacular stretches of the pioneering Wales Coast Path, a world’s first.

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Adventure and Active

Crave a little excitement? Try something new or indulge in your favourite pasttime. Our local area has become a hub for outdoor adventure activities. Some are unique, others are record-breaking; the longest, fastest, best in the world.

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Harveys New York Bar & Grill

Harvey's Bar and Grill Harvey’s Bar & Grill is a fantastic place to come eat. With a friendly atmosphere and great food, Grilled Steak, Burgers and much more in typical style of a New York Bar & Grill. With restaurants in Bangor, Rhuddlan, Llandudno and down in the Harbour of Pwllheli.

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Mostyn Gallery

Arts and Culture

A diverse mix of places and events are waiting to inspire you, from contemporary art galleries, heritage museums to historic cultural festivals. Amazing insight into Welsh art and culture are on our doorstep.

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Local wildlife

The Llyn Peninsula is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and we have lots of stunning coastlines, full of birds, aquatic mammals, and over 870 miles of stunning walks across the Irish Sea. The Park is also boasts a fully stocked 2.5 acre fishing lake - our angler-friendly fishing lake is stocked with a wide range of fish including bream, carp, eels and roach.

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Ty Goch Inn

Food and Drink

The local food and drink scene is certainly up and coming. No matter what you're looking for, from seafood to soul food, you'll find the perfect restaurant. A recent surge in breweries and distilleries has led to a competitive quality now being appreciated throughout the brewery and distillery world.

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Harlech Castle

Castles and Historic Places

Discover some of the worlds best preserved castles by exploring their ramparts, turrets and dungeons filled with centuries of history. For those wanting to go further back in time there are awe-inspiring Iron Age hill-forts.

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