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Plas Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog

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  • I went here with my Hubby on the morning of St. David's Day (Wednesday, 1st March). We have been here several times before because it is FREE entry (donations appreciated). There is a small car park o...  more »
  • Always a joy and always perfect Lovely people lovely place can't wait to sit outside again in the nicer weather  more »
  • We heard good things about the nice little cafe in here so we decided it would be a great place to go for lunch today. Upon seating ourselves at a nice table by the window, we browsed the menu and pic...  more »
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  • We went to a great live performance of 'A Midsummers Night dream' on their outdoor stage. Seating is first come first serve so for future performances make sure you get there at a reasonable time. They do serve drinks and snacks but you can take your own (including wine etc). Car parking is also available on the adjacent large National Trust car park and you can then walk up to the gallery.
  • Nice calm atmosphere, interesting exhibition, and the cafe was hugely popular. Enough to see to make it worth a visit.
  • Great place for coffee and cake.lovely gallery and grounds with woodland walks up to the headland and the tin man sculpture overlooking the bay.The walks and gounds are Dog freindly too even providing poop bags for your dog.
  • Situated in a lovely victorian mansion house and woodland setting overlooking Llanbedrog Bay. There are three gallery floors (lift access provided) plus a gift shop and cafe on the ground floor. There has always been a good mix of exhibits from local artists and artisans when I've visited. You will find paintings, sculptures, wood turned pieces, jewellery and pottery. The bookshop has books on local and welsh history, gifts, cards and tourist information etc. I have always enjoyed my visits here and never miss out on the chance of eating a slice of bara brith with a coffee from the light and airy cafe. Afterwards a walk through the cliff hugging woods is well worthwhile for the views afforded.
  • Beautiful building, nice gallery, nice cafe. Substantial afternoon tea combination, reasonably priced. Now has starry night cinema. A must do lovely cliff side walk. A magnet for arty types, and any family campers when it's raining.