Bryn Cytun Cottage Morfa Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula

£410 - £885 per week

Why We Reccommend Bryn Cytun Cottage

Charming dog friendly, whitewashed detached cottage near the Lleyn Coast Path and Morfa Nefyn beach. Nestled down a quiet lane, the cottage is a peaceful retreat for 4.


Pretty detached cottage near Morfa Nefyn and just 15 minutes walk from Morfa Nefyn Beach.

  • Bryn Cytun Cottage nestles down a quiet lane just a short walk from the centre of the village of Morfa Nefyn. 
  • A long detached cottage, with colourful plant holders, it is comfortably furnished and has a wood burning stove in the lounge, a small, well equipped kitchen and 2 comfortable bedrooms. 
  • The main bedroom has a kingsize bed and French doors leading out onto a small patio area with garden furniture surrounded by shrubs - breakfast outdoors and enjoy the morning burst of birdsong. 
  • High vaulted ceilings in the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom give a sense of space.
  • From the cottage it is a short walk to join the Coastal Path at the entrance to the beach in the village of Morfa Nefyn - look out to catch a glimpse of sea birds and dolphins. 


Porth  Dinllaen (NT) & the Ty Coch Pub
  • Take the lovely cliff walk to Porth Dinllaen, with stunning views of the bays and mountains - drop down into Porth Dinllaen, sit outside the famous Ty Coch pub and soak up the convivial atmosphere whilst dipping your toes into the water from the pub wall. Ty Coch has been voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world!

The Pilgrims' Way & Coastal Path

  • This remote part of Wales has been designated an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and is renowned for its beaches and pretty, tiny coves.   
  • The Lleyn Coastal Path forms part of the Pilgrims Way which passes near to the cottage - a quiet walk between fields and woods - and weaves its way to Bardsey Island - explore the small churches which are dotted near the path. 
Nefyn Golf Course
  • Nefyn Golf Course, perched on the headland just above Morfa Nefyn beach, is undoubtedly the finest and most photographed course in Wales and with fabulous views of the bay and Rival Mountains, its dramatic location makes it easy to see why!  A challenging course and a must for serious golfers!

Morfa Nefyn, Edern, Abersoch and Aberdaron Restaurants & Shops

  • The General Stores in Morfa Nefyn supply locally sourced meat and freshly caught fish and seafood and the small café/restaurant on Golf Road comes highly recommended.
  • A mile away the gastro-pub, The Ship at Edern is also popular. 
  • Abersoch has a wealth of restaurants and the Porth Tocyn Hotel is an Abersoch institution which has featured  in The Good Food Guide since the 1950's - a perfect location for Sunday lunch.
  • Aberdaron, at the tip of the Peninsula, also has good restaurants and cafés - The Ship and Ty Newydd hotels specialise in seafood caught by award winning local fishermen;
  • Eat out on the balcony at the Ty Newydd, just above the beach, to enjoy stunning views of the two tiny islands in the bay called the Isle of Gulls.

Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery

  • Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery, just above the beach at Llanbedrog, is Wales's oldest art gallery  and is an ideal venue for displaying the work of renowned Welsh artists.
  • The Victorian Gothic manor house housing the Gallery is surrounded by beautiful lawns dotted with sculptures and seating areas for eating the food provided by their excellent conservatory restaurant.

Aberdaron & Bardsey Island

  • This lovely remote village, sometimes referred to as the "Land's End of Wales", is within an easy drive of the cottage.  The area was designated a Heritage Coast in 1974. Enjoy hours of fun on the beautiful sandy beach, refreshments in the village cafes, pubs and restaurants and learn about the history and culture of the area at Porth y Swnt, the National Trust visitor centre in the village.
Bardsey Island
  • During the summertime do take a boat trip from Porth Meudwy near Aberdaron to Bardsey Island (the legendary "island of 20,000 saints") - it is an unforgettable experience. 

Plas yn Rhiw (National Trust)

  • This is a small 16th Century manor house with 18th Century additions, restored to reflect a rural life long lost from the Lleyn. The gardens are delightful with interesting flowering trees and shrubs and brilliant displays in Spring of snowdrops and bluebells in the woods above the house. 
  • Enjoy stunning views of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth) and Snowdonia and on clear days Strumble Head can be seen dimly in the distance.
Family Fun
  • From the numerous glorious beaches to petting cuddly animals and all manner of adventure activities the Lleyn Peninsula has something for everyone. Visit Dwyfor Petting Farm and Glasfryn Parc for fishing, watersports, country pursuits, quad biking, archery, go karting, ten pin bowling and so much more.
Days away
  • Visit the spectacular Snowdonia National Park for breathtaking mountain and coastal scenery, nostalgic steam train rides, thrilling adventure activities, ancient castles, fascinating industrial heritage and delicious local produce.Experience Zip World's Zip Wire, Fforest Coaster, Bounce Below and Treetop Adventures and Surf Snowdonia inland at the foot of the mountain.

The popular seaside village and sandy beach of Morfa Nefyn is close to this charming holiday cottage on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula.


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and 1 Twin.   

Lounge/diner cosy comfortable room with inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove, 3 seater sofa and electric reclining chair.  Free view digital TV/DVD and CD/radio. 

Small Kitchen well appointed and fully fitted with halogen hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine. Tall guests take care - mind your head on the door through to the lounge.

Garage with tumble dryer 

Bath/Shower Room with bath, separate shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.

Grounds small enclosed patio bordered by shrubs and with garden furniture - reached through French doors from main bedroom.

Additional Information


Short breaks - No

WiFi - No

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes for 2 cars

Fuel - Inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes on request


Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? No

Is there a gate to open? Yes

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

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

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

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