Bryn Tirion

Morfa Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales

Morfa Nefyn Beach 15 mins walk from charming Victorian house set in a quiet country lane. Pet dog welcome free.

Reference   1061
Sleeps   6
Bedrooms   3

Charming Victorian holiday home 15 mins walk from Morfa Nefyn Beach Lleyn Peninsula Dog welcome
  • Morfa Nefyn Beach, one of the gems of the Lleyn Peninsula, is a 15 minute walk away from this substantial 18th century holiday home with a Victorian wing.
  • Set in a quiet country lane and surrounded by a mature garden (pet dog welcome), this handsome Victorian holiday home is covered in a profusion of clematis, honeysuckle and climbing roses. There is a specially built barbecue, a croquet set to play with or why not try Badminton on the lawn?
  • There is a comfortable lounge with an open fire (in use) and attractive dining room with an interesting old stereogram - lots of old L.P. records to enjoy.
  • The pretty white bedrooms have luxurious candy coloured throws and windows overlooking the garden and countryside beyond.
Charming Victorian holiday home in Lleyn Peninsula coastal village of Morfa Nefyn
  • The neighbouring villages of Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn between them have a range of amenities including bank, post office, library with internet access, Londis supermarket, grocery shop with proper butchers counter, fresh fruit & vegetables, chemist, doctor and a filling station.
Morfa Nefyn Golf Course
  • From the house take a peaceful walk along the Pilgrims Way or across Morfa Nefyn's renowned golf course to the bay and relax on the beach or sample the food and drink at the award winning Ty Coch pub set at the water's edge.
Plas Bodegroes, Pwllheli & Blue China Cafe, Criccieth
  • Are you celebrating a very special occasion? Plas Bodegroes was rated by the Sunday Times as one of the top ten gourmet retreats in the world.
  • Blue China Cafe in Criccieth is a seasonal day time cafe with patio and tea garden
Anglesey Model Village & Gardens
  • This delightful model village features Anglesey landmarks in miniature set in fabulous landscaped gardens with water features. Appealing to children and adults alike.
Lleyn Peninsula Coastal Path
  • The Lleyn Peninsula Coastal Path can be joined at Morfa Nefyn and within an easy drive is lively Abersoch with music festivals and water sports extravaganza or Llanbedrog with its art gallery just above the National Trust Beach - delicious food to enjoy in the conservatory.
Rabbit Farm & Animal Park, Llanystumdwy
  • Family fun whatever the weather. Many of the animals are housed in farm buildings. Children will love handling the baby rabbits, guinea pigs and puppies. There is an outdoor play area and a picnic spot.
Lloyd George Museum, Llanystumdwy
  • Patriots, politicians and social historians will enjoy a visit to boyhood home of Lloyd George now a museum dedicated to his life and work.
Plas yn Rhiw Garden, Pwllheli
  • Plas yn Rhiw is a delightful 16th C manor house with ornamental gardens and wonderful coastal views.
Welsh Castles
  • There are four magnificent castles, each with its own story to tell within easy reach - Beaumaris, Caernarfon, Criccieth and Harlech
West Coast Antiques, Caernarfon
  • The magpies in your party may enjoy a visit to West Coast Antiques, a vast range of antiques and collectable.
Snowdonia Riding Stables & Lleyn Peninsula Beaches
  • See Snowdonia from the saddle. Book a trekk with Snowdonia Riding stables at Waunfawr. You will be thrilled by the magnificent scenery and extensive mountain views.
  • The Lleyn Peninsula has a number of beautiful beaches within easy driving distance of Bryn Tirion; Morfa Nefyn, Criccieth has two, Porth Dinllaen, Foryd Bay, Nefyn, Black Rock , Aberffraw, Marian de Beach and lots more.
Enlli Sea Safaris and Shearwater Luxury Boat Charters.
  • Both trip boats leave from Pwllheli Marina to cruise the beautiful waters of the Lleyn Peninsua. Enjoy the spectacular coastal scenery and marine wildlife including seals, dolphins and seabirds.
Morfa Nefyn Beach 15 min walk from this charming Victorian house for holidays
  • There is much to enjoy at this charming 18th C holiday home near Morfa Nefyn Beach. One well behaved dog is welcome too.

3 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 6 plus travel cot. 1 en-suite (with low beams, shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin) double, 1 double and 1 twin, all on 1st floor.

Bathroom on 1st floor with full suite and shower over bath.

Kitchen fitted units, Aga, electric cooker, microwave,

Larder/Utility Room with dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine.

Dining Room with dining table seating 6/8. High chair, 2 seater wicker couch. French door to garden.

Lounge with open fireplace, dark brown leather sofa & chair & 2 seater fabric sofa, flat screen digital tv. Views of garden.

Fuel oil central heating inclusive May - September, £40 per week outside these dates.

WiFi Internet

Grounds lovely enclosed mature garden with fruit trees, wooden garden furniture, built in barbecue, terrace, lawn.

Welcome FREE 1 dog (ground floor only please)

Please do not smoke indoors.

FRIDAY CHANGEOVER.


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Customer Reviews

It isn't often in life you get the opportunity to stqte "this was a real treat". The house and surrounding area has been a delight. (Whispering Sands) truly inspiring and restful. We look forward to an early return.

2013-06-27

Dave and Noelle, Manchester

One of the most beautiful places I have ever stayed. The house is so welcoming and homely. It has seriously made us think about buying a place down here. Thank you so much.

2013-06-27

Phil, Cheshire

We have been really impressed by this cottage. It's been very homely, well looked after and an excellent holiday retreat. The kids have enjoyed exploring and playing in the back garden, whilst the weather has allowed Mum and Dad to appreciate the great sunsets with a bottle of wine. The surrounding area is lovely and tranquil, some great walks along the cliffs and beach and the locals really friendly

2013-06-27

The Martin family

Lovely, comfortable cottage. Warm, cozy and we loved the AGA. Coastal scenery lovely, recommend the walk locally to Ty Coch and beyond over the cliffs to golf course, spotting seals and cormerants en route. Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newyd are well worth a visit, as are Whistling Sands an Criccieth Beaches.

2013-06-27

Liz, Denise, Wenndy and June

Another brilliant week at your beautiful cottage, lost count of how many times we've stayed here. Think the kids think it's their holiday home! Definitely home from home. Also can't believe how lucky we always are with the weather. Think it must be about the micro climate around here.

2013-06-27

The Tofts, Altrincham, Cheshire.

This our fourth stay at this lovely cottage. We have had a great holiday. The weather has been good and we have had trips out to Abersoch beach, Morfa Nefyn beach and the Ffestiniog railway. The girls have enjoyed playing in your beautiful garden. We find the cottage ideal for families. Hope we shall be back next year.

2013-06-27

Mike & Sue, Chester

Thank you for wonderful week at your fabulous cottage. All three generations loved the home comforts; fabulous books, great range of children and adult toys/games. Lovely showers, very comfortable beds etc. Fabulous garden and lots of games in the shed. Spent all week on 7 great beaches, Whistling Sands was our favourite. We will definitely recommend to all our friends. Thank you, Jane, Neil, Dominic, Hannah Sasha and Grace from Chorlton, Manchester.

2013-06-27

Jane & Neil, Chorlton, Manchester

Only just over two hours from Stockport. Great drive down and welcomed by a lovely cottage set in a tranquil village. Mature, well established garden to the rear, with an abundance of colourful bushes and shrubbery, including a lovely terrace and bbq area. The bedrooms are beautiful with comfy beds and modern bathrooms. Stereogram and eclectic mix of records sent us right back down the years- was great to sit at the table chatting over several bottles of wine listening to music we'd long forgotten about. Lots of books, games and DVDs to keep occupied with also. We have travelled all around the penninsula during our stay and have been very impressed with it all, from beaches to tiny villages to pubs and pubs. Bedgellert is definitely worth a visit.

2013-06-27

Mr & Mrs Grimes, Stockport

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