About the property
- Separate WC's1
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6/8 + Cot
Nefyn Holidays Ref. No.201827
Approximately two miles from the sandy beaches at Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn, this charming, whitewashed stone cottage enjoys views across undulating farmland and out to sea. Set within its own spacious, enclosed grounds and surrounded by unspolit countryside, it is in a truly delightful rural setting. With a lawned garden ideal for ball games, and a sunny rear patio with charcoal barbecue and patio furniture, it is well-suited for families or couples alike.
Tastefully decorated and furnished, the accommodation comprises: comfortable lounge/diner with Freeview TV, DVD player, and an open fire (first basket of logs provided); fitted kitchen with electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, washing machine; bathroom/toilet with overbath shower; and a separate shower room.
There are 2 bedrooms on the groundfloor - a double room and the other with a set of full-sized bunks. Upstairs, there are 2 further bedrooms, one with a king-size double, the other a twin-bedded room; plus a newly-fitted toilet/handbasin. Duvets provided - no bed linen or towels. Two cots (one wooden, one travel) and stairgate available.
Electricity included in the rental. Gas central heating throughout, available by prior arrangement at £20 per week. Ample off-road parking. No smoking. Two well-behaved dogs accepted.
The usual changeover day for this property is a Saturday.
N.B. Although the property is capable of sleeping 8 people, the seating and dining area is better suited for 6, therefore please bear this in mind when booking for the larger number.
In price Bands B, C and D we are pleased to offer a Couples Discount of £50 per week (excluding any half term or school holiday weeks). To claim this discount please contact us BEFORE you make a booking.
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- English, Welsh
- Calendar last updated:
- May 12, 2018
About Nefyn Holidays
Nefyn Holidays are a small, independent, local business and have been specialising in the letting of self-catering holiday accommodation in north Wales since 1971. Whether you are looking for a coastal cottage with a spectacular sea views; a hideaway cottage for a romantic break; a dog friendly cottage; a chalet, caravan or luxury mobile home; a large rustic farmhouse, or a converted barn, you'll find it here. Over 60% of our hirers return!
Cosy comfy charming.
When approaching, the cottage looked tiny. How are 8 going to fit in that? was my first nervous reaction. However, it is a true "Tardis" , and a hidden extention at the back, plus loft conversion, all was well. The kitchen is adequate, the dining area a little tight. Living area around fire lovely to crash after a day hiking. Bedrooms large and airy. It was clean and comfortable. Not so posh that you can't relax for fear of damaging something, which is important with children, Central heating and hot water excellent. Some minor negatives: No WiFi or mobile signal was a hassle, as having to drive around for a signal in order to research or book activities was an inconvenience. Half an hour drive to Porthmadog, an hour to Pen Y Pas. A welcome pack Eg instruction for heating, keys, shed, local amenities etc would be useful. The front entrance porch gets very muddy as it is straight off the drive, and drive could do with some gravel.
Biggest question, Would we stay again? Definitely.
Family Holiday WC 11th July 2015
Charming cottage in a lovely quiet setting. Ideal for 4-6 people and dog friendly. Quaint interior and comfortable beds. Local pub (which was great) 15mins walk away. Great location for exploring the Llyn Peninsular. Would definitely stay here again.
DISCOVER HIDDEN WALES IN 2018
Never heard of the Lleyn (or Llyn) Peninsula? Little-known and totally unspoilt, it is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a coastline influenced by the Gulf Stream, which encourages a mild Atlantic climate all year round!
The Lleyn Peninsula is the long finger of land, that thrusts out towards Ireland, forming the northern arm of Cardigan Bay, as Pembrokeshire does the southern. At its very point lies Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli), burial place of 20,000 saints, which has drawn pilgrims to its now ruined monastery, along the pilgrims’ road, ever since the 6th century.
With its unique and diverse blend of scenery; rocky coves; sandy beaches; mountains; open countryside and wooded valleys, it provides the ideal setting for a varied holiday. There is also the added touch of “foreignness” with its unusual place-names and the Welsh language spoken around you, which makes the holiday that little different.
Lleyn is approximately 35 miles long by 10 miles at its widest, so where ever you stay on this narrow strip of land you are never far from the clear blue seas of Lleyn.
Well-served by many excellent pubs and restaurants with a good standard of fare, Lleyn can cater for the full range of tastes – and still provide value for money.
Be you a walker, water-skier, yachtsman, ponytrekker, golfer, fisherman, wakboarder, archer, or just someone who wants to lie on the beach all day, the Lleyn Peninsula offers something for everyone and whatever time of year you visit, you will be spoilt for choice.
The Peninsula also serves as an ideal base for exploring the rolling green hills and the many attractions of the Snowdonia National Park: the slate mines at Blaenau Ffestiniog, the unique Italianate village of Portmeirion (the location for the TV series the Prisoner) and numerous castles - Criccieth, Caernarfon and Harlech.