Organig Parc, Gwynedd, Wales

Organig Parc at UK FishermanOrganig Parc offers fly fishing holidays for rainbow trout on a 2½ acre, spring water fed lake at the foot of Yr Eifl mountains on the Llyn peninsula in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales. Organig Parc is a working organic farm and 5-star eco-friendly holiday cottage complex, and the lake is stocked with organic rainbow trout from organically certified sources free from GMOs.

The lake has been specifically designed so that mobility impaired anglers have access via use of purpose built platforms, and a path on the north bank of the lake. The lakeside fisherman’s hut (complete with water, electricity, kettle, & scales), and toilets are also wheelchair accessible.

The 5 star holiday cottages lie in a superb elevated and secluded position ideally placed for exploring miles of magnificent Heritage Coastline and the spectacular mountains of Eryri / Snowdonia.

Address: Organig Parc, Carnguwch, Llithfaen, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL53 6NH, UK
Species: rainbow trout
Tel: 01758 750 000
Prices: visit website for holiday packages and prices


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