Plas yn Rhiw
It’s a small, perfectly formed Tudor/Georgian manor house in the care of the National Trust, dating from the early 17th century. Plas yn Rhiw stands in a truly spectacular spot on the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula, with far-reaching views from Porth Neigwl across Cardigan Bay (Porth Neigwl’s English name, Hell’s Mouth, might give you a clue to its savage beauty). Even closer to home, Plas yn Rhiw’s delightful ornamental garden contains many flowering trees and shrubs, with beds framed by box hedges and grass paths. A gem!
- Wales Coast Path nearby
- Wales Coast Path circular route nearby
- Cafe/restaurant on site
- Historical building/monument nearby
- Electric vehicle charging point