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Plas yn Rhiw, Pwllheli

(4.2/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Yn eistedd yn uchel uwchben Bae Ceredigion a Phorth Neigwl. Achubwyd y tŷ rhag dadfeilio gan y chwiorydd Keating yn ystod y 30au. Roedd ei leoliad hardd a'r ardd ogoneddus yn ysbrydoliaeth i baentiadau tirlun enwog Honor Keating.

Sitting high above Cardigan Bay and Hell's Mouth. The house was rescued from dereliction by the Keating sisters during the 1930s. Its beautiful setting and glorious garden provided the inspiration for Honor Keating's renowned landscape paintings.
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  • Went for a drive out for a look. Horrible windy roads to get there and one car park. Can imagine it is heaving in summer. Was up a hill not well signed for the walks we ended up on the coastal path. B...  more »
  • If you're driving watch out for the narrow and twisting lanes and the drivers who don't slow down but once you found it, it's worth the effort. This is an 17th century manor house which was donated to...  more »
  • Your trip starts as soon as you plan your route to Plas yn Rhiw, stunning views in all directions. Once there it's like another world, quiet, calm and so charming. There is a small shop, car park and ...  more »
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  • Lovely place to visit, not cheap to go into the house if your not a national trust member. House and grounds are beautiful and a fascinating snap shot into how the wealthy used to live. There are a couple of short circular walks around the grounds. Entrance to the grounds and new cafe is free. The cafe is nice with very nice home made cakes and reasonable attempt at a period interior. Great tea selection, only gripe, not impressed with the instant coffee machine.
  • Beautiful and evocative National Trust property overlooking the sea with lovely gardens
  • No photography allowed in the house!? Why not?
  • Stunning scenery.
  • Beautiful peaceful place, off the beaten track. Idyllic.