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The large expanse of pale golden sand framed by cliffs and sand dunes offers both space and seclusion. The hamlet of Mawgan Porth is situated in a lush green valley, where the discerning walker can go inland here, picking up the Vale of Lanherne trail leading to the pretty village of St Mawgan and on through Carnanton Woods to the historic market town of St Columb.
At Porth Dining in Gwynedd we have a long established family tradition of quality service, recognised by the Good Food Guide in whose pages the hotel restaurant has been continuously listed longer than any other restaurant outside London.
Mawgan Porth Holiday Park
Visit Mawgan Porth Holiday Park in Mawgan Porth
Porth Veor Manor Hotel
Enjoying an elevated position with terraced lawned gardens overlooking the beach at Porth, this charming mid-19th century Manor is now complemented by the modern day comforts of a well-appointed hotel.
Porth Neigwl, is a broad bay with big waves making it a popular destination for surfing and sailboarding. Known as Hells Mouth because of the craggy headlands with cliffs descending into the sea, it is said to be like a broad open mouth in the relief of south Llyn, making it dangerous to sailors in times of storms. Porth Neigwl features a long straight beach, and the area is a site of special scientific interest.
Porth Tocyn Hotel
Porth Tocyn Hotel, Gwynedd, is very well established country house situated in its own farmland 2 miles south of the popular sailing village of Abersoch, looking across Cardigan Bay to the mountains of Snowdownia.
The Malmar Hotel
Visit The Malmar Hotel in Mawgan Porth
King Surf School
Visit King Surf School in Mawgan Porth
Watermark at Porth Beach
Visit Watermark at Porth Beach in Newquay
Welcome to the Pendeen Hotel, Porth, Nr Newquay, Cornwall.