£740 - £2375 per week
Cottage by the sea Wales - exterior Cottage by the sea Wales - exterior
 Coastal cottage Wales - lounge  Coastal cottage Wales - lounge
Welsh coastal cottage - dining room Welsh coastal cottage - dining room
 Llyn Peninsula cottage - lounge  Llyn Peninsula cottage - lounge
Welsh cottage by the sea - lounge Welsh cottage by the sea - lounge
 Cottage on the Welsh coast - dining  Cottage on the Welsh coast - dining
Nefyn Holiday house - sitting room Nefyn Holiday house - sitting room
Big holiday house North Wales - kitchen Big holiday house North Wales - kitchen
 Holiday cottage Wales - sitting room  Holiday cottage Wales - sitting room
Nefyn holiday house - dining room Nefyn holiday house - dining room
Welsh coastal holiday cottage - kitchen Welsh coastal holiday cottage - kitchen
Big holiday house North Wales coast - hall Big holiday house North Wales coast - hall
 Large holiday house North Wales - garden  Large holiday house North Wales - garden
Porthdinllaen holiday house - garden Porthdinllaen holiday house - garden
Cottage by the sea Wales - exterior Cottage by the sea Wales - exterior
Llyn Peninsula holiday cottage - bedroom Llyn Peninsula holiday cottage - bedroom
Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bedroom Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bedroom
 Nefyn holiday house - bedroom  Nefyn holiday house - bedroom
Llyn holiday cottage - bedroom Llyn holiday cottage - bedroom
 Llyn Peninsula coastal cottage - bedroom  Llyn Peninsula coastal cottage - bedroom
Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bedroom Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bedroom
Nefyn holiday house - bedroom Nefyn holiday house - bedroom
Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bathroom Morfa Nefyn holiday house - bathroom
Lleyn Peninsula holiday home to rent - shower room Lleyn Peninsula holiday home to rent - shower room
Porthdinllaen (N.T), have lunch at the Ty Coch Inn - practically on the beach! thumb-1
Ty Coch Inn on the sandy bay at Porthdinllaen thumb-1
Porthdinllaen waterside village (National Trust) can be reached by a walk along the beach from Morfa Nefyn at low tide thumb-1
Beach at Morfa Nefyn with Porth Dinllaen in the distance thumb-1
The Cliffs Inn just near the beach in Morfa Nefyn thumb-1
Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh language centre with cafe and heritage centre a short drive from Nefyn thumb-1
Fabulous views from the Visitor centre at Nant Gwertheyrn on the Llyn Peninsula thumb-1
100 miles of Llyn Peninsula coastline and mountains of Snowdonia on the doorstep thumb-1
Lon Goed, Chwilog, a tree lined avenue, popular with walkers thumb-1
 Llyn Coastal Path at Tudweilliog thumb-1
National Trust visitor centre in Aberdaron on the tip of the Llyn Peninsula thumb-1
Pwllheli beach on the Llyn Peninsula thumb-1
Cycling on the Llyn Peninsula coastline thumb-1
 Views from the Llyn Coastal Path at Llanbedrog thumb-1
 Newborough Warren and Llanddwyn beach on the Isle of Anglesey thumb-1

Captain's House Morfa Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula.

  • Sleeps 11
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 1 Dog
  • Reference 1309
Why we recommend Captain's House...

Morfa Nefyn holiday house. Lleyn Peninsula. Pet welcome free. Imposing house close to beach at Porthdinallen (NT)

About Captain's House

Morfa Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula, Holiday House.

  • This large Edwardian villa close to the beach (one of a pair) in the heart of Morfa Nefyn village can accommodate 2 families with ease.
  • A gentle stroll from possibly the most loved beach on the Peninsula, the villa has been beautifully restored with many original features. It has a cosy lounge with an imposing Edwardian fireplace for lovely open fires,  lots of sail ship pictures give a nautical theme  - TV in this room has Sky plus Sky movies. 
  • The 2nd sitting room, known as The Games Room, has a log burning stove and as the name suggests a large library of DVD's, Play station and games - so no need to feel bored on a wet day!
  • French doors lead on to the stylish dining room with a long table perfect for family meals. A large range cooker in the white kitchen has all the equipment for those who want to impress with their culinary skills - even on holiday! 
  • There are 6 bedrooms - 3 on the 1st floor and 3 on the 2nd floor, all beautifully appointed with masses of throws and cushions to sink into after all that fresh sea air. 
  • A long rear garden catches the sunshine throughout the day - lovely for al fresco dining. 
  • 5 night Short Breaks are available in Winter months.

About The Area
Morfa Nefyn 
  • Buy all your provisions locally at the newly opened Truck Stop  - it stocks locally sourced meat, fish and fresh vegetables as does the SPAR at Nefyn. 
  • Close by is Porthdinallaen cafe - stroll over for Fisherman's Breakfast and children's favourite American Breakfast of pancakes, bacon and maple syrup. 
  • Highly recommended also is the gastro pub The Ship at Edern,1 mile away, and the newly refurbished - Cliffs Inn just a short stroll away from Captain's House.
Morfa Nefyn Beach and Porthdinllaen
  • This is one of the 'gems' of the Peninsula, a long sandy bay and at low tide Porthdinllaen is a short walk along the beach. 
  • Porthdinllaen is a perfect little harbour hamlet (all NT) - an idyllic cove with the added bonus of a cracking pub 'The Ty Coch', voted the third most popular beach bar in the world!

Aberdaron

  • The 'Lands End' of North Wales this beautiful timeless village is a cluster of white washed houses at the water's edge and with excellent hostelries serving award winning seafood. 
  • The National Trust has purchased a large chunk of the coastline to preserve the unique beauty of this region. A new Visitors Centre has recently been opened serving as a focal point from which to promote the area.
  • There are daily trips from Aberdaron across to Bardsey where there are ruins of an Augustinian Abbey considered a Holy place of pilgrimage in Medieval time.
Uwchmynydd and Bardsey Island
  • High above the village is Uwchmynydd, a heather covered headland from which to walk and enjoy the spectacular views across to Bardsey Island and back along the arm of the Lleyn Peninsula to the mighty Snowdonia mountain range.

Abersoch

  • This is the polar opposite of Aberdaron, buzzing in high season with cafes and pubs all spilling out onto the street making for a great atmosphere. 
  • This is also a serious sailing centre and there are regattas throughout July and August
  • The world renowned Wakestock Festival in July boasts the best wakeboarders from all over the world plus great bands and DJs. 
  • In September there is a jazz festival with bands playing along the street - a lively spectacle!

Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery

  • This is the oldest art gallery in Wales set in an imposing Victorian Gothic manor house it exhibits art work by renowned local artists and is a cultural focal point for the region
  • There is a conservatory restaurant at the side of the gallery with lovely food - eat out on the lawns when the weather is good.


Property Layout

6 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 11.  2 Doubles and 1 Single all 1st floor. 2 Twins (linked beds) and 1 Double with Kingsize bed on 2nd floor. 

Bathroom full suite with shower over bath. Shower Room with shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin, both on 1st floor. Outside Toilet in rear garden. 

Kitchen fully fitted with electric range cooker  microwave, dishwasher,larder fridge, freezer, washing machine. 

Dining Room dining table and chairs seating 6 plus folding table with extra chairs, glass fronted sideboard small fridge for drinks, red Rayburn (not in use).

Lounge Edwardian fireplace (in use), 1 x 3 and 1 x 2  seater sofas,  coffee table, TV/DVD with Sky and Sky movies, internet connected. 

Games Room with log burning stove, 1 x 2 seater sofa, 1 easy chair with footstool, library of DVD's, Play station and games, board games and books.

Grounds long garden at rear with garden furniture, barbecue, lawn enclosed here but care with children at front of house.

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Yes, minimum 5 night stay - £630 per short break November to March

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 1 car inside front gate and 1 off road

Fuel - Central heating inclusive.

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - Yes, and stair gate

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Discover more
Hide this description
Why you love Captain's House
Thank you for our welcome presents. It set the scene for our 55th wedding anniversary celebrations. Accommodation excellent for 3 families of 11 adults and dogs. Enjoyed our walks, cycling ad sight seeing. Weather was kinder than original forecast. Would recommend property to friends.
Hill & Dixon families
We have had a lovely week in this great house. There was everything that we could wish for. We would love to come again. PS Thank you for the delicious cake.
The Lambie family, Shropshire & Powys
Another great holiday on the Llyn. And a great holiday in a lovely house. Plenty of space, all amenities and equipment. Men out golfing and fishing, ladies walking with our boxer dogs on the beach (or shopping!) Thanks for the 'goodies' – appreciated! We have had a lovely time. Will be back!!
The Whitehalls, Tindsleys & Evans
Lovely clean and comfortable for all 11 of us. Ideal for 2 familie, a home from home. We had several meals outside. Good access to beaches & shops. We had good barbecues too. Thank you to you all.
The Carters & Pughes
We have really enjoyed our 1st stay in this beautiful house. So much so, we have already booked again for next year! The location is ideal for the shop and beaches, and the house is fitted out to the highest standard. We hope to spend many future May Bank Holidays here.
The Schofield family
Dear Captain's House, What a lovely house you are! You welcomed us with cake and bubbles; this was a good sign. We split up to explore with happy voices and we each wanted every room we saw. I will be copying some of your finer touches – I have taken photos to be sure I get the right note. This was the perfect setting for my mum's 60'th and nephew's 6th birthdays. We ate together, took walks, sailed kites and spent all day barbecuing on the beach. The house is well equipped and exudes happy vibes. Thank you with all our hearts.
Cashens, Waters & Pevihes
Had a lovely week in this house - thank you for the cake, butter and fizz! Visited a few of the beaches in the area & the weather permitted a couple of bbq's in the garden. Beautiful house & well equipped - everything we could have hoped for. Thank you.
The Littlers
Lovely cake, fizz and butter on arrival. Thank you. We were lucky to get such good weather at the weekend – should've been prepared knowing how the weather changes but... burnt red faces amongst us! We enjoyed a buttie at the Golf Course (open to all) cheap, cheerful and delicious. Cliffs Inn all done up very nice. The chippy down the road is really good. Must do! Found places we've never been to. Got a guide book. You must go to the old slate village now a Welsh Language Centre, Nant Gwrtheyrn. Lovely walk, lovely views.
Tindsley family
Property Layout

6 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 11.  2 Doubles and 1 Single all 1st floor. 2 Twins (linked beds) and 1 Double with Kingsize bed on 2nd floor. 

Bathroom full suite with shower over bath. Shower Room with shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin, both on 1st floor. Outside Toilet in rear garden. 

Kitchen fully fitted with electric range cooker  microwave, dishwasher,larder fridge, freezer, washing machine. 

Dining Room dining table and chairs seating 6 plus folding table with extra chairs, glass fronted sideboard small fridge for drinks, red Rayburn (not in use).

Lounge Edwardian fireplace (in use), 1 x 3 and 1 x 2  seater sofas,  coffee table, TV/DVD with Sky and Sky movies, internet connected. 

Games Room with log burning stove, 1 x 2 seater sofa, 1 easy chair with footstool, library of DVD's, Play station and games, board games and books.

Grounds long garden at rear with garden furniture, barbecue, lawn enclosed here but care with children at front of house.

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Yes, minimum 5 night stay - £630 per short break November to March

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 1 car inside front gate and 1 off road

Fuel - Central heating inclusive.

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - Yes, and stair gate

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Availability & Book

Please wait while we find you a quote for your next holiday in Wales...

Step 1. Your Party Details
Step 2. Length of stay
Step 3. Choose your start date
Change Over
Available
Unavailable
Your Holiday

Things to do whilst visiting Captain's House

Where to find Captain's House

Looking at things to do in the area? Simply click one of the items below and we'll show you all the great activities of that type on our map in relation to your cottage.