Rural Accommodation

Hendy Farm

B&B
£28.00
 -  £35.00
Notes : per person per night
Hendy Farm
Hendy, Llanbedr
Merioneth
LL45 2LT
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Owner Information
Eirian Williams
Gwynedd
Phone : +44 (0)7799 315631
We offer 3 Star bed and breakfast accomodation in our farmhouse, or try our self-catering accomodation in both 4 and 5 Star facilities.

Set midway between Harlech and Barmouth with spectacular views of the sea.

Only 10 minutes drive from four excellent beaches and the Royal St David’s Golf Course.

With the mountains of Snowdonia National Park on our doorstep it’s an ideal place to walk, climb or bike ride.

Or just enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area.

For a short or long holiday break in North Wales

Hendy offers bed and breakfast in our interesting farmhouse stable conversion. We also offer self-catering in our recently renovated eighteenth century Victorian farm cottage with inglenook fireplace, original slate floors and a wealth of exposed beams. Plus our recently converted Bakehouse. All in a superbly elevated position, overlooking Cardigan Bay and its fabulous beaches, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park with its magnificent mountain scenery.
Accept Children 
Pets Accepted 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 
Garden Patio 
Cycle Storage 
Parking On-Site 

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Things to see and do in Gwynedd

Caernarfon Castle
Caernarfon Castle

King Edward intended this castle to be a royal residence and seat of government for north Wales. The castle's symbolic status was emphasized when Edward made sure that his son, the first English Prince of Wales, was born here in 1284.
Lloyd George Museum
Lloyd George Museum

'The aim of the Lloyd George Museum and Highgate his boyhood home is to interpret the life and times of David Lloyd George 1863-1945 by collecting, caring for and displaying items relating to him and to develop the Museum and Highgate as a worthy centre to commemorate one of the greatest statesmen of the twentieth century and as a focus for information and research that will promote world wide awareness of his achievements.' Discover the life and times of David Lloyd George in the Museum and Highgate, his boyhood home. Lloyd George was one of the greatest statesmen of the twentieth century - he introduced the old age pension, he led the country as Prime Minister during World War I and he gave women the vote - but failed to solve the Irish question.
Snowdonia
Snowdonia

Snowdonia is a region in north Wales and a national park of 838 square miles in area. It was the first to be designated of the three National Parks in Wales, in 1951. If you like to hike, don't mind a little scrambling, and are not afraid of sheer drops, you must hike Crib Goch up to Mount Snowdon. This is a memorable hike. Highest mountain in Wales.
Snowdon Mountain Railway
Snowdon Mountain Railway

Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Mount Snowdon, at 3,560 ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Claim this mountain peak, the highest Wales, as a lifetime’s achievement. With stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views its all part of a great day out for you and your family in North Wales.
Royal St. Davids Golf Club
Royal St. Davids Golf Club

Nationally and internationally renowned, Royal St David's is one of Wales' premier golf courses. It provides a challenging test of golf in a breathtaking setting in the most beautiful and scenic part of the Principality. Established in 1894, Royal St David's Golf Club is the home of one of the finest traditional links courses in the world. The undulating fairways and fast true greens are all that would be expected of a championship links course.
Penrhyn Castle
Penrhyn Castle

This enormous 19th-century neo-Norman castle sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. It is crammed with fascinating items, such as a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria, elaborate carvings, plasterwork and mock-Norman furniture, in addition it has an outstanding collection of paintings. The restored kitchens are a delight and the stable block houses a fascinating industrial railway museum, a model railway museum and a superb dolls' museum. The 24.3 hectares (60 acres) of grounds include parkland, an exotic tree and shrub collection as well as a Victorian walled garden.
Plas Brondanw Gardens
Plas Brondanw Gardens

The Brondanw Estate lies within the Snowdonia National Park, between Snowdon and the sea. Plas Brondanw is the principal house on the estate. The estate was enlarged when Clough bought two adjoining mountainous properties threatened by mining.The Brondanw Estate has never been bought or sold and is now owned by a charitable trust for its protection The gardens are open to the public.
Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery
Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery

An art gallery has existed at this location since 1963, and the museum was relocated to the building from the University at Upper Bangor in 1974. It is a unique collection because it reflects the history of North Wales. The gallery has a variable and changing programme of arts and crafts by mainly professional artists, exhibiting for 6 to 8 weeks. These exhibits include local works, touring exhibitions (some with an overseas connection), and historical exhibitions in turn. There is also a craft shop with wheelchair access to the gallery and shop. Join the enthusiastic and supportive Friends of the Museum and Art Gallery. The gallery's objective is to attract a wide range of visitors to appreciate the area's history and heritage through the museum's collections and to extend interest and enjoyment of the visual arts.
Faenol Festival
Faenol Festival

The Faenol Festival is a music festival organised by Welsh singer Bryn Terfel and held annually on the Faenol Estate, near Y Felinheli in Gwynedd, north Wales. The festival was launched in 2000 and traditionally takes place on August Bank Holiday weekend. It includes both classical and Welsh popular music.
Portmeirion
Portmeirion

Portmeirion is an Italianate resort village in Gwynedd, on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales. The village is located in the community of Penrhyndeudraeth, on the estuary of the River Dwyryd, 2 miles south east of Porthmadog, and 1 mile from the railway station at Minffordd, which is served by both the narrow gauge Ffestiniog Railway and Arriva Trains Wales (Cambrian Line). Portmeirion has served as a location for films and television shows, most famously serving as the Village in The Prisoner.