Bach Wen is an ideal base for many local attractions on the Lleyn Peninsula. Along with Caernarfon Castle and Snowdonia National Park there are also many other places of interest. There is the quaint village of Aberdaron at the end of the peninsula. Trefor (5 minutes drive) has a quiet sandy beach and offers offshore and deep sea fishing trips (boats can also be launched for a fee). Alternatively, there is the Blue Flag accredited beach at Dinas Dingle, which is 10 minutes drive.
Golfers can enjoy the splendid links golf course at Nefyn (10 minutes drive), go-karting at Glasfryn, pony-trekking on Cader Idris and Abersoch is famed for its surfing and water sports community. Portmeirion (the classical Italian designed village on the coast) is within 25 minutes drive. There is the Welsh Slate Museum and Lake Railway at Llanberis and the moving and tragic tale of Beddgelert (30 minutes drive).
You may wish to explore the unique landscape by enjoying one of the many coastal walks (longest coastal walk in the UK is from Clynnog Fawr to Bardsey Point). There are also many historical features within walking distance from the farm: ancient burial chambers and the historical church in Clynnog Fawr.
Alternatively, our site is a registered Environmentally Sensitive Area where you can sit and relax amongst the ancient hedgerows and streams and listen to the waves crashing on the shore.