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8 Marine Crescent Criccieth. (01766)-523570) Email

Centre of Excellence for the Arts




Chwilog   Criccieth  Gwynedd  LL53 6SZ  (01766)-810247

Contacts: Gillian and Roger Good.

Talhenbont Hall, built in 1607, was once the home of William Vaughan. During the Civil War, the Hall was used as a garrison for Cromwell’s soldiers and it now harbours its fair share of more friendly ghosts!   It is now the home of Roger and Gillian Good.

River and Nature Trails, The River Dwyfach which tumbles over a series of waterfalls through the estate is a ‘Designated Natural Habitat’ for otters.  The Quackery, large collection of ducks.

Adventure Play ground, a paradise for the most adventurous children!  The Woodworm, a shop with a difference!

To find us, from the Criccieth direction heading towards Pwllheli , continue along the A497 Llanystumdwy by-pass and turn right towards Rhoslan. Take the first left turn and after about 50 yards turn left again and follow the road inland, approximately 1 mile, till you reach the elegant gates at the entrance to the estate.  Disabled visitors welcome with access to the gardens and toilets.  Pets on leads welcome.



Criccieth (01766)-523512 or 523287

Spend a day at one of the BEST fisheries in North Wales at Criccieth.   Situated in the heart of 40 acres of mature woodland less than a mile from Criccieth, truly a peaceful and tranquil setting. Both lakes are stocked to capacity with hard fighting Rainbow and Brown trout.  One lake is restricted to fly fishermen whilst the other provides a choice of fishing with either bait or Fly. Families of anglers are welcome and during the summer months this quiet spot provides a good place for picnics – where tea, coffee and soft drinks may be purchased.

Directions: From Criccieth , turn into Caernarfon road ( A4411) and turn first left after Regent Garage.



Wern Newydd, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli. (01758)-740810

Proprietor: Bob Valentine  - Come Clay Shooting on the Lleyn Peninsula  -

Whether you are an experienced shot or a complete novice, come enjoy the thrills of shooting clay targets.   Set in 30 acres of superb natural surroundings we offer an enviable variety of sporting clays.  Professional coaching within a safe, friendly environment ensures the beginner success .  Come along as an individual or form a party if you wish, relax in the atmosphere and enjoy the scenery of the Lleyn Peninsula.

To Book please telephone (01758)-740810

Directions: Turn right off the B4413 in Llanbedrog village centre. The grounds are located 700 yards on the right.

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