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The Edge of Wales Walk team have 15 years of experience in providing self guided walking holidays, with accommodation and luggage transfer, to visitors from all over the world.
This beach’s dramatic English name is based not just on its semicircular shape resembling a wide, open mouth. Its hellish dimension comes from a savage, south-westerly aspect that offers precious little shelter to sailors.
Llanengan, Gwynedd, LL53 7LG
Step inside this hidden gem to discover a medieval hall house built to impress. Within thick stone walls lie high ceilings and beautifully carved timberwork.
Plas Brondanw was given to Sir Clough Williams-Ellis by his father in 1902. The gardens at Plas Brondanw are the finest example of Sir Clough’s talent for creative landscape design.
This small, picturesque National Trust beach, backed by steep grassy cliffs, is on the Llŷn Heritage Coast. It’s famously known as ‘Whistling Sands’, a nickname based on the sound the granules make underfoot when you walk over its gleaming sand.
Aberdaron, LL53 8LH