We are in Rhyd this week, and the fantastic weather continues in North Wales. Today we climbed the highest point on the Llyn Peninsula, Yr Eifl.. At 564 metres, this is a challenging, but not too strenuous climb -just a little scrambling and boulder hopping near the top. The views back to the Snowdonia mountains are stunning, and on a really good day (there was a slight haze today) you can see the Wicklow mountains in Ireland and the Isle of Man.
We then walked down to Nant Gwrtheyrn - this is a heritage centre site below Yr Eifl, where the historic mining village of Port Nant has been restored and is now used as a conference and visitor centre - it is in a stunning location on the Llyn Peninsula north coast and well worth a visit.
Peter and Lorraine, owners of Ty Uchaf since 2011. We will post occasionally items that may be of interest to our guests, past, present and future !