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All reviews park and ride beautiful beach coastal path low tide limited parking free car park fish and chip shop rnli lifeguards small beach beach front ice cream parlour stream running body boarding on duty steep hill right hand side public toilets
Stayed in Llangrannog on a family holiday. This is one of the best beaches we have ever visited. Very clean great scenery. When the tide is out you can walk round to the next cove. There is also a coastal path which gives great views...More
We first found this beach in 1979 and have made many visits since. Nothing much has changed. There is something magical about it. We visit out of season these days with our dogs. Lovely walk up to the headland of Ynys Lochtyn, great views and...More
Another lovely trip to Llangrannog beach, adults & children alike love exploring here. The sand is golden & although it was October & cold we had a great time. We ate at the restaurant next to the chip shop - lovely homemade food & dog...More
We never cease to be surprised by the many excellent beaches to be found in the UK, yet many you will probably never have heard of. Llangrannog is certainly to be added to the list; a natural beach (not commercially over-developed) with some of the...More
Llangrannog beach is found at the end of a long single track road, down a steep hill. Passing can be difficult in places but out of season, does not pose much of a problem. The beach itself is served by a reasonably sized car park...More
We visited this lovely out of the way beach earlier this week. The car park is near the beach but the road to it single file so it can be hairy getting there. The beach is set in a lovely cove. It is clean with...More
One of the best beaches we have ever visited, it is an outstanding hidden gem./ We had never heard of the place , we just stumbled onto it whilst doing a coastal drive. Looks like there was plenty of places to stay, well worth the...More
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other trip advisors have answered your question, I hope you get to eat in the ship and enjoy the meal as we did, whilst you are staying in the area, If you fancy a pleasant afternoon wandering round a lovely garden and craft... More
other trip advisors have answered your question, I hope you get to eat in the ship and enjoy the meal as we did, whilst you are staying in the area, If you fancy a pleasant afternoon wandering round a lovely garden and craft shop look up Sculpture Heaven, delicious little cakes and tea in the tea rooms, and no cost to look round gardens, run by a delightful couple, well worth a visit, its about 2 miles from Rhydlewis.