Y Granar Coch is a charming, rustic, two bedroom converted old granary house which is part of a 17th Century traditional Welsh longhouse in the hills not far from Pwllheli. 


Our jolly bright red door welcomes you on arrival with masses of flowers tumbling across the walls, which change through the seasons.  The open plan living room with original stone walls, squashy sofas and a log burner is perfect for relaxing after a day’s exploring or beach combing.  Our bijou kitchen, with electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine has everything that you could possibly need and the dining area with farmhouse table is perfect for planning your next day’s activities.


French Windows lead onto the cottage garden with breath-taking views across the rural landscape towards Cardigan Bay.


The two bedrooms are upstairs and nestle under the eaves. Bedroom one has a King size bed and pretty furniture, whereas Bedroom two has single beds with velux windows - perfect for star gazing.  Welsh Blankets and colourful rugs add to the charm.  The bathroom with cast iron bath, hand-held shower, sink and loo is downstairs.


There is garden furniture and a BBQ. With walks from the doorstep or lazy afternoons on the lawn, whether you are looking for a romantic break or a family holiday, Y Granar Coch won’t disappoint.  

This is the gateway from which to enjoy the very best that the Llyn Peninsula has to offer. The mountains of Snowdonia; the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways; Glorious Castles; Walking, Sailing and Fishing.  With the beaches at Llanbedrog (with its row of colourful beach huts) and Pwllheli only minutes away and chic Abersoch with its trendy shops, marina and gastro pubs just ½ hour away, you wont have to venture very far…..and then it’s back to the charm of Y Granar Coch.

Y Granar Coch changeover day is Saturday


For commission free booking and to pay by BACS

Call 07903 864357 / 01636 650081 for payment details

Dates marked black are still available.




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