When we found Ty Coch it seemed to us to be the perfect place to get away from it all and relax with friends and family in complete privacy in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning views and its own beach.
We also felt that it was just too good to keep it to ourselves so we have created a sustainable rural retreat that is available for groups of friends or extended families holidaying together or celebrating a special occasion or for group retreats/workshops.

The former Cottage, Barn (barn/bothy/pigsty) and Dairy have been converted for sustainable holiday use. Each building has its own bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, dining and lounge areas but each performs a different ‘main’ function; The Cottage has a large lounge area with log fire. The Barn has a TV and selection of DVD’s. The Dairy has the main dining room which seats up to 20 (in case someone calls in for dinner).

The total site covers 11 acres, 5 acres including two wildlife ponds, a stream, a games field and picnic area are for the exclusive use of our guests. The remaining 6 acres are available to hire at an additional cost for weddings and events.

Red-welly has a very secluded coastal position in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Llyn Peninsula. Close to the Wales Coastal Path and cycle route and within easy reach of Snowdonia, Anglesey and south Llyn beaches. The property has uninterrupted views across Caernarfon Bay to Anglesey and Holy Island. There are no neighbouring properties.
The village of Clynnog Fawr, St Beuno's stunning medieval church and local garage shop are within easy walking. The Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia and Anglesey offer beaches, mountains, picturesque villages, lively towns and much more, however many of our guests spend their whole stay enjoying the relaxation and privacy of Red Welly.

Ty Coch is set within eleven acres of land, bordered by a beach and a stream, guests have the use of 5 acres around the cottages and down to the beach on which to run wild, maybe make camp, shoot the breeze with a beer and barbecue beneath the stars. The main road is at the end of the long, gated track, so children can dash around in safety. There are ponds and streams to be aware of so young children will of course need to be supervised.