Bryn Teg lies on the outskirts of the hilltop village of Mynytho, 2.5 miles from the popular holiday resort of Abersoch with its miles of sandy beaches and calm seas which are suitable for almost any water sport. To the west is Porth Neigwl/Hell's Mouth which attracts many surfers with its exposure to most south westerly swell. Even further to the west is the pretty village of Aberdaron which appears to have changed very little over the years. Here, again there is a fine beach and the "lands end of Wales", right at the tip of the peninsula is only a couple of miles away. Off the tip of Llŷn is Ynys Enlli/Bardsey Island, where 20,000 saints are said to be buried. Boat trips run to the island on most days during the summer, weather permitting.

Only a mile or so from Bryn Teg is Llanbedrog with its sheltered beach and historic church. Plas Glyn-y-Weddw is nestled beneath Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd, a large headland that points out into Cardigan Bay. Steps up the headland from the beach lead to the "weary traveller" statue on the top.

Pwllheli is about 5 miles to the east of Bryn Teg and is the unofficial capital town of the peninsula with a wide variety of shops and services. The town boasts one of the best marinas in Britain and has two sandy beaches. The rest of the peninsula is a mix of rolling, green countryside and high peaks like Garn Fadryn and Yr Eifl. Along the north coast of the peninsula are dotted many small coves and sweeping sandy bays. The small fishing hamlet of Porth Dinllaen is famous for it's pub, the Ty Coch, which stands at the top of the beach.
      Location - The Llŷn Peninsula

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Bryn Teg Self Catering Accommodation
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