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  • Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn and Porth Dinllaen

    Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn and Porth Dinllaen

    This book, which tells the story of Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn and Porth Dinllaen from 1880 to the present day, is the sequel to Nefyn - The Story of an Ancient Gwynedd Town and Parish.


  • Llyn Best Walks

    Llyn Best Walks

    Classic Walks covering all aspects of what the Llyn peninsula offers.


  • How Well Do You Know Llyn and Eifionydd?

    How Well Do You Know Llyn and Eifionydd?

    A Llyn Quiz Book. Where is 'Y Gegin Fawr'? Who was inspired by Portofino? When did Llyn last experience an earthquake? In which town will you see 'Dublin Street' and 'London Street'? A delightful book of questions and extended answers, including a section of colour images.


  • Llyn


    A highly interesting introduction to the rich diversity of the Llyn peninsula, comprising information about the area from prehistoric to present times including detailed notes on religion and wildlife, placenames and personalities.


  • Llyn Anthology, A

    Llyn Anthology, A

    This book is intended as a celebration of one of the most beautiful parts of the British Isles, the Llyn peninsula. The poet and the prose writer can throw a fresh and unexpected perspective on a landscape and its people and also illuminate historical facets.


  • Llyn, The Peninsula's Story

    Llyn, The Peninsula

    An illustrated booklet portraying the history of Llŷn through the ages, in six chapters. Including colour photographs.


  • This Valley was Ours

    This Valley was Ours

    Personal reminiscences of childhood during the 1930s in the remote village of Nant Gwrtheyrn on the northern coastline of the Llyn Peninsula.


  • Tomos o Enlli / Tomos the Islandman

    Tomos o Enlli / Tomos the Islandman

    A new edition of the story of Tomos Jones, born on Bardsey Island at the close of the 19th century who spent 60 years of hardship and solace there, together with a parallel English translation by Gwen Robson and a new introduction by John Rees Jones.


  • Welcome to Aberdaron - Nefyn

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    A guide (including full colour photographs) to the rich heritage and many hidden attractions of the area around Aberdaron - Nefyn.

    £1.50 Ar Sêl! | On Sale!

    Prīs Gwreiddiol | R.R.P.: £3.50

  • Women of Plas yn Rhiw, The

    Women of Plas yn Rhiw, The

    The story of Mrs. Constance Keating and her three daughters Lorna, Eileen and Honora, who bought a ruinous manor-house in Llŷn and set about its restoration and eventual transfer to the National Trust.