Gwesty Ty Newydd

Luxury Accommodation in Aberdaron

Gwesty Ty Newydd is situated in the picturesque and historic village of Aberdaron, at the furthest tip of the stunning Llyn Peninsula, close to both Pwllheli and Abersoch.
Sea views, disabled access and rooms plus internet connectivity.

Iain, Wilma and the staff at the inn will offer you the warmest of welcomes to help ensure your stay at our accommodation is a most memorable one.

Sit and relax overlooking the sandy beach and beautiful bay out towards Bardsey Island whilst enjoying a freshly caught crab or lobster.

In the evening enjoy the sea breeze with a drink on our newly extended beachside terrace, as the sun sets over the bay.

Aberdaron and the Llyn Peninsula are fringed by some of the most beautiful and cleanest beaches in the whole of Britain and have something to offer all their visitors.

Spend some time researching the history of the ancient Celts; follow the pilgrims trail with a trip over to Bardsey Island, the burial place for over 20,000 saints.
Walk the rugged coastline and sandy beaches or take to the water swimming, sailing or surfing. Enjoy a round of golf or cycle the country there is just so much to see and do.
Or just sit back and take in the spectular views afforded by this area of outstanding natural beauty.

Gwesty Ty Newydd is a real alternative to a guesthouse or bed and breakfast. Go, treat yourself.

Picturesque Setting At The Furthest Tip Of The Llyn Peninsular

Useful Information

Gwesty Ty Newydd
Aberdaron Gwynedd LL53 8BE Wales
phone: 01758 760207 fax:

News & Special Offers

Totally refurbished over the past three years thye accommodation at Gwesty Ty Newydd comprises 11 rooms with sea views. If you are looking for a guesthouse or a bed and breakfast right on the beach try a room at the Inn.
Excellent food available throughout the day.
Ideal base for walking and geocaching in North wales.


All photographs, Tony Jones website link


Grading and Awards

Grading Wales 4 StarInn


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