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Croeso i Lanbedrog  Welcome to Llanbedrog

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Llanbedrog is a village of two halves. The lower half, below the A499 is quiet and has access to the beach, as well as walks all over the headland which dominates the village. A recent toposcope outlines all of the main peaks of Snowdonia that are visible from the summit. On the north east side of the headland is a statue, "the weary traveller" which was originally a wooden figurehead off a ship that sank in the bay. The current statue is the second replacement and because of it's construction is said to sing in the wind.

St. Pedrog's Church is one of the most picturesque churches on the peninsula and it's neighbouring church hall is home to many interesting exhibitions throughout the season. The beach at Llanbedrog is owned by the National Trust and there is a large car park on the cliff tops directly behind the beach. The beach itself is probably one of the most photographed in the area, surrounded by trees and dominated by Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd headland. There is a cafe on top of the beach selling ice cream in the summer.

The second part of the village is that above the A499 which stretches along the B4413 towards Mynytho, gaining height as it does so. The village has two pubs, a shop, pharmacy as well as a petrol station.

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Llanbedrog Beach
Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd Hill
Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd Walk
Quarry/Warren Beach

 
 
Abersoch
Mynytho
Penrhos

 
Local Businesses  External Links

Plas Glyn-y-Weddw
Tremfan Hall
Wern Fawr Manor Farm

 

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