The Old Boat Store Morfa Nefyn, Lleyn Peninusla

£435 - £1155 per week

Why We Reccommend The Old Boat Store

Characterful Morfa Nefyn holiday apartment, 2 minute walk to one of the Lleyn Peninsula's most popular beaches. Stroll across the sands to Porth Dinllaen and the Ty Coch Inn voted one of the top three beach bars in the world!

Description

Chic holiday apartment in the popular seaside village of Morfa Nefyn on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula.
  • A fantastic location only a 2-minute walk from Morfa Nefyn beach and Coastal Path. This is a very special and much-loved beach with the N.T. harbour of Porthdinllaen at one end. Stroll along the beach for a drink at the famous Ty Coch pub voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world! Play a round of golf at Nefyn Golf Club on the clifftop with spectacular views of the Rivals Mountains and rugged coastline.
  • This delightful ground floor apartment has floor to ceiling windows to maximize the light which emphasizes the nautical blue and white decor. Eye-catching paintings and prints adorn the walls, furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and vintage painted furniture.
  • The Open plan living area is a great space to relax. The well-equipped kitchen area is perfectly stocked for all your holiday needs. Cosy nights are guaranteed in the lounge area with an electric wood burning style fire surrounded by comfy sofa and chairs. 
  • The main double bedroom (The Captain's Room)  is striking with white French style double bed and patio doors opening out onto the Mediterranean themed seating area. Romantic on hot summer nights with the door open to gather the breeze.
  • The nautical theme continues in the twin bedroom (The Crew's Room) with large comfortable 3ft beds and an all white shower room across the passageway.

Location

Beaches 
  • As well as the lovely beach on the doorstep the Peninsula has a wealth of stunning bays and coves to enjoy. Llanbedrog Beach (NT) is only a short drive away with its brightly painted beach huts with Abersoch Beach as a rival close by. Whistling Sands (NT) further up towards the tip of the Peninsula is a delight and children will love to see that the sands really do whistle! Walk the Coastal Path and spot a quiet cove that you can make your own.
Aberdaron 
  • This lovely whitewashed village is right at the tip of the Peninsula a resting place for - pilgrims in Medieval times before the hazardous crossing to Bardsey Island their destination. Visit the National Trust visiting centre to find out more about this area. High above the village is Uwchmynydd from this heather covered headland the views are breathtaking with Bardsey Island clearly seen across the water and views back along the arm of the Peninsula all the way to the Snowdonia Mountain Range.

Plas yn Rhiw (NT) 
  • A sweet little Georgian mansion tucked into the hillside above Aberdaron, Surrounded by lovely gardens which delight throughout the seasons, enjoy a walk in their woods before having a hot chocolate in the cafe and study the stunning views of Hell's Mouth Bay and many bays beyond on clear days Stumble Head can be seen in the distance.

Abersoch 
  • Lively and fun a great yachting centre and favourite holiday destination for the 'Cheshire set'. Many activities throughout the season from regatta week in August to a jazz weekend in September. Loads of good places to eat try The Dining Room booking advisable or enjoy a drink at Fresh Abersoch or coffee at Blades Cafe.

Places to eat 
  • Close by the apartment almost at the beach entrance is The Cliffs Hotel. Stroll over for dinner instead of cooking. Just outside the village is The Bryn Cynan Arms an olde worlde pub with roaring fires and good food. The Ship at Edern a village 1 mile away is a good gastropub and for special occasions. Plas Bodegroes is very special a perfect Georgian mansion set in woodlands and surrounded by lovely gardens, heavenly with food to match!
Relax and enjoy this stunning area from a stylish comfortable holiday apartment perfect for family or friends.

Layout

2 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double (The Captain's Room) with patio doors to garden. 1 Twin (The Crew Room). 
Shower Room
Open Plan Living Area: 
Kitchen with electric oven/hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer.
Lounge with electric wood burning style stove in fireplace, 2 seater brown leather sofa, 2 easy chairs, freeview tv/dvd, dining table and 4 chairs, vintage painted desk up turned boat style shelving, small tables, lamps and bookcase with book games and DVDs plus ipod docking station. Floor to ceiling windows.
Grounds small enclosed grounds with Mediterranean style plants, garden furniture and colourful beach hut for storing.

Additional Information
Short breaks - Winter
WiFi
– Yes 
Changeover
- Friday
Towels
- Yes, also beach towels provided.
Parking
– for 2 cars
Fuel
– electric heating inclusive May - September. £30 per week outside these dates.
Dogs
– Sorry no pets
Travel cot
– bedrooms to small to accommodate travel cot but owners can bring their own and put up in living area at night
Highchair
– Yes

Accessibility

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? No

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? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No


Where to find The Old Boat Store

Book Your Stay at The Old Boat Store

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