Ty Coch

Clynnog Fawr, Gwynedd
+44 (0)7866 467979
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£357 - £657
per night
£2500 - £4600
per week

Private beach, acres of land to explore and a welcome hamper of dreams. Perfect for large groups to explore the scenic Welsh coastline


12 beds


5 bedrooms


Sleeps 14

Children welcome
Pets welcome
Babies welcome

£357 - £657 per night

£2500 - £4600 per week

The Experience

The welcome hamper will make you feel just that; local eggs, fresh bread, Welsh cakes and Poblado Coffi – ethical coffee roasted nearby.

Plan your explorations from the sofas around the log burner – there’s room for all. Walk the pilgrim’s route, cycle the welsh landscape or exert yourself in the sea! If you’re looking for quiet time head to the garden reading room or the private beach for a bit of sea fret to blow away those cobwebs.

The cottages have private kitchens but The Dairy will fit all of you for sharing stories and big pots of something delicious. Crack open the huge windows and the views of the sea (and the neighbouring farm’s sheep) are the perfect accompaniment to any meal. Or assemble around the BBQ for sizzling feasts and ubiquitous marshmallows on the firepit. Play hide and seek among the little pathways down to the beach and spot frogs and newts in the pond. All the usual to-do lists can be left firmly at the door.

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We think you'll love

  • Spending the evening around the BBQ and firepit after a walk along the private beach
  • Losing track of time watching birds and wildlife on the beach and the pond
  • Exploring the coastal towns and villages around you with your favourite people
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You should know

  • Little ones will need to be watched around the pond
  • This is a group site and the cottages should be booked together


  • EV charger
  • Self check-in
  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming


Nightly price
from £357
Weekly price
from £2500
Damage deposit
1 Estate for 14
From £35712 beds5 bedrooms


Booking information

Check in
From 4pm
Check out
By 10am
Other details
Minimum stay: 2 nights. 4 nights on weekdays. 2 nights at weekends. 7 nights in high season. Short breaks available.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Pubs/restaurants 15-minute drive.


It's no real understatement to say that I am feeling bereft following our departure from Ty Coch. Perhaps I am missing the views out over the sea, the stunning sunsets, the evenings by the fire pit, family games of cricket, morning dips in the sea or the big communal dinners. What I do know with certainty is that this is an incredibly special place. We have all come home feeling infinitely more relaxed and rejuvenated, and know that we will absolutely return. We'll need to get in quick though - there's a (actually, plenty more than just the one) reason this place books up way in advance!

Ellen, Bristol

Simply the most wonderful place to visit. The beautiful gardens, the lovely cottages, the wonderful sea views and the peace and quiet made for an idyllic break, for all our group. Proximity to Snowdonia and other beautiful locations is great too. We have visited some fantastic places around the world, but have rarely been as sad to leave, as when we left Ty Coch.

Christian, Horsham

The generous locally sourced hamper set the tone for our super stay. Views of the sea, sunsets and Anglesey coast from the property were very special and we loved walking in the landscaped private grounds with stream and shore. There is something magical about the site that entranced us all young and old. The Dairy easily accommodated our large family celebration and all the buildings were warm and very comfortable. Even in Welsh winter weather, there was lots to do outdoors in the area! We will be back. Thank you to the hosts for making all this possible.

Linda, Liverpool

Arrive at Ty Coch and be instantly thrilled at the chance of spending time with close friends or family in such an amazing setting. The cottages are all beautifully presented, and environmentally sound to boot! Particularly in good weather, I think I'd just want to spend my time wandering in the grounds or on the beach looking out at the sea.

Karen, Sawday's inspector

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The neighbourhood

Ten minutes off the main road and there are sea, field and tree views - only disturbed by the striking hill of Bwlch Mawr. You’re close to the ancient pilgrim’s route to Bardsey Island - three pilgrimages to Bardsey were said to be equal to one to Rome. Caernarfon is a 15-minute drive. Stock up on picnic supplies at Hooton's Homegrown Farm Shop or (surprisingly) the award-winning local Spar known for its local meats, crab and lobster!

Local points of interest from Julie Falkingham

  • The ancient village of Clynnog Fawr is a ten minute walk (or twenty via the green lane from the end of the beach). Home to the distinctive Tudor church tower of St Beuno, the largest and most impressive of the pilgrim churches of the Llyn Peninsula.
  • Ty Coch is on the Wales Coastal Path and within easy reach of all Gwynedd's highlights including Anglesey, Holy Island and the Menai Straits, the Snowdonia National Park and the coastal towns and beaches of the Llyn Peninsula.
  • This is a great place for everything outdoors, walking, cycling, kayaking, trekking, coasteering, surfing, yachting and wild swimming which are all well provided for with excellent local guides and companies, see contacts on our website.
  • The Iron Age forts of Dinas Dinlle and Tre'r Ceiri are a short distance from Ty Coch, there are ancient churches to many to name, many on the pilgrims route to Bardsey Island, and impressive medieval castles at Caernarfon, Criccieth, Harlech.
  • The Michelin starred Sospan, Marram Grass and Lord Snowdon's country retreat at Plas Dinas are recommended. There are many characterful old pubs including our namesake Ty Coch Inn, voted best pub in Wales, whose front door is on the beach Porthdinlaen.
  • There are fabulous sandy beaches in every direction, great coastal walks at Newborough, South Stack, Llanbedrog and Aberdaron and twenty minutes drive takes you into the heart of Snowdonia National Park.


Julie Falkingham

Jules and Miles fell in love with Ty Coch (Red House in English) and have sensitively renovated the house and rewilded the land. A potter and an architect, their artistic flair can be found throughout the property - Miles designed the Welsh love spoons and jellyfish on the wallpaper. Local friend Ann lives nearby and is on hand should you need anything.