We have been coming to Morfa Nefyn since we were children. We love the village and surrounding area. We hope you do too!
James purchased this Villa in 2007
Why James chose Pwllheli
Beautiful original features. We had a fun two years restoring the property. Loads of space for larger groups, bit still feels cosy if only a small group.
What makes this Villa unique
Great property for families and friends. Super location, near the beach and local shops and pubs; Cliffs Inn and particularly the Ty Coch. Lovely cliff top walks. Private back garden for drinks and barbeque.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
An imposing Edwardian house which is furnished in a New England style with large outdoor dining area
A party of six stayed for a week in July and we spent most of the time outdoors as the weather was excellent. The Ty Coch has to be the best situated pub in Britain, the food and views from the Cliffs pub are excellent also the Ship at Edern is very good. We walked along the beach at Porth Dinllaen and visited the Art gallery and beautiful beach at Llanbedrog, visited Aberdaron and took the ferry to Bardsey Island. Didn’t play any golf but the course looks a real challenge in a fabulous setting. The house is superbly appointed, in fact the most comfortable any of us had ever stayed in! The house is about 400 metres from the beach which is very family friendly full of children making sand castles and running in and out of the sea which is shallow for quite a long way out. Two of us climbed up the Rivals mountains nearby to see the Iron Age village of about 50 huts. Worth the effort as we could see the Wicklow Hills in Ireland. We also went to some beaches unknown outside the local area which are amazing, Newborough, Aberfraw and Rhosneigr. So many places we didn’t visit Snowdon and Caernarfon and Conwy castles, so a return next year is a must. I would recommend the unexplored Llyn peninsula in North Wales to everyone and the Captain’s House Morfa Nefyn in particular.
Very comfortable homely property, warm and well equipped.
Seven adults, four children, one baby, and a Springer Spaniel - we all had a very enjoyable stay at Trigfan, despite the wet and stormy weather. The house had all we needed, and we felt very much at home immediately. The beach was close by, there were handy local shops for the occasions when we ran out of provisions! The children loved the attic bedrooms, and the house was so spacious that there was plenty of room to spread out. On the whole the house and kitchen in particular was very well equipped, the only thing lacking was a coat peg rack - so many coats, and nowhere to hang them up! But we had a great week, loved the beach, and would recommend Trigfan for family groups or reunions.
Clean and well equipped
We had a great week in a clean, spacious and very well equipped house.
Thank you for your kind words here and in the comments book. We are glad you had a lovely time.