Nefyn Bay Nefyn, Lleyn Peninsula.

£635 - £1775 per week

Why We Reccommend Nefyn Bay

Lleyn Peninsula holiday house, yards from Nefyn's lovely beach, effortlessly stylish with beautifully furnished interiors. Close to Coastal Path, 1 dog welcome.


Stylish, large detached Nefyn holiday house with WiFi close to Nefyn beach on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula
    • Nefyn Bay is a gorgeous detached house less than 2 minute walk downhill from lovely Nefyn beach and Coastal Path.
    • Effortlessly stylish with beautifully furnished interiors, there is a gentle nautical theme which pervades throughout. The owners have gone to great lengths to create a ‘home from home’ that is both cosy and tranquil.
    • The large smart living room has a wood burning stove incorporated into the wall and huge L shaped couch for cosy nights in.
    • The open kitchen and dining room area is well-equipped, elegant and stylish. The fabulous kitchen is a perfect setting for the domestic god or goddess within.
    • There are four 1st floor bedrooms at Nefyn Bay which can accommodate 8 guests very comfortably.
    • After a day at the beach, relax on the well-tended lawn with planted border. The patio area provides the perfect setting for meals in the sun and an outside shower means you are all set for freshening up after a surf/boogie board session on the beach.
    • A 'Just for Two' rate applies outside of peak holidays.


    Nefyn Beach & Coastal Path
    • Less than 2 minutes walk brings you to the popular lovely beach of Nefyn - a safe haven for children to enjoy with pretty beach huts to admire.
    • Join the Coastal Path and enjoy the dramatic cliff top views before descending to Morfa Nefyn beach and the popular ancient smugglers' cove of Porthdinllaen (NT).
    • Porthdinllaen is the stunning location for the famous ‘Ty Coch’ pub, voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world! There is a terrific atmosphere in high season and in the spring and autumn months it is quiet and peaceful. Enjoy a pint while sitting on the pub wall dipping your feet in the water – just perfect!
    Cwrw Llyn (Local Micro Brewery) Parc Eithin, Nefyn
    • Enjoy a fascinating brewery tour, taste delicious ales and learn how this micro brewery has developed steadily since its start 2011. A variety of ales and exclusive Welsh 'Peint Glasses' are available to buy in the brewery shop. The brewery shop and tap room are open (free entry) and guided tours are available (please book) 12-5 Mon- Sat.

     Nefyn Golf Club

    • Just above the beach is this popular course, its clifftop location and dramatic views enhancing the enjoyment of a round or two. Nefyn Golf Club offers a quirky, challenging course and is a must for any serious golfer – it is probably the most photographed course in Wales!
    Family Day Pass for Hafan y Mor
    • Enjoy a day of exciting and fulfilling family fun. Try high rise exploits, the swimming pool (newly refurbished 2016/2017), climbing wall, zip wires across the river, a giant swing, rope bridges, spiders webs and lots more.
    Lleyn Adventures
    • Experience rock climbing, coasteering, surfing, kayaking and year round adventures with experienced guides. Make holiday memories with friends and family you'll never forget.
    Cricieth Castle
    • Visit the atmospheric ruins of Criccieth Castle standing on its lofty perch overlooking the town and the beach. Would be knights and princesses with have a ball. Complete your day out with a romp on one of Criccieth's beaches and something to eat at stylish informal waterside restaurant Dylan's.

    Places to eat and local shops

    • Within walking distance is the friendly Nanhoron Arms, with a restaurant and 2 bars. The Bryn Cynan Arms is only 1 mile away – a busy, lively pub that is great for pub grub.
    • The Ship at Edern is a popular gastro pub.
    • Further afield the Porth Tocyn Hotel at Abersoch is well recommended and has been in The Good Food Guide since the 1950's. Recently opened in Pwllheli is a good Italian, Enricos and on the marina an excellent new restaurant called Venue with really great food, balcony views and parking. Booking is advisable. 
    • In Nefyn there is an excellent SPAR with locally sourced meat and fish - all your other requirements can be found here. Nefyn also has a well-stocked chemist shop with medical advice available.

    The Lleyn Peninsula

    • There are many small coves and tiny beaches to be discovered such as Porth Ysgar and Porth Towyn accessed over pretty flower meadows.
    • The Whistling Sands (NT) near Aberdaron offers easy access from clifftop car park - children will love that the sands really do whistle!
    • Drive inland and follow meandering lanes with hidden villages, tiny churches and pretty pubs. Visit Aberdaron at the end of the Peninsula with its ethereal beauty. Admire its white washed cottages, ancient church, and enjoy the good food at the eateries here - eat out on the balcony at the Ty Newydd Hotel and soak up the views of two tiny islands - the Isles of the Gulls'. Visit the National Trust Centre to find out more about this area and buy bread and cakes in the delightful thatched roof bakery.
    • Abersoch, the polar opposite of Aberdaron, is full of lively pubs, restaurants, and good shops such as Fat Face and Crew Clothing. This is a popular sailing centre with regattas held during the main season and a Jazz Festival in September.

     Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery

    • Situated just above Llanbedrog Beach, this is the oldest art gallery in Wales. This imposing Victorian manor house hosts exhibitions throughout the year by renowned Welsh artists, as well as concerts and lectures (some of which are held in the outside theatre in Summer).
    • There is also good food in their conservatory - perfect for light lunches and afternoon tea.
    Glasfryn Parc
    • A fulfilling day out for the whole familyTry quad biking, go karting, ten pin bowling, archery, fishing, wake boarding, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, soft play for little ones and lots more. There really is something for everyone at Glasfryn.
    Dragon Raiders Activity Park
    • Not for the faint hearted. Bear Gryll's Survival Academy will keep would be adventurers on their toes. Also try Paintball Games and Segway.
    Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal Park
    • Who doesn't love a cuddly furry animal? At the animal park you can get up close and personal. Children will love holding the puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs. They can hand feed lots of other animals too.
    Ffestniog and Welsh Highland Railways
    • Hop aboard one of these great little heritage steam trains in Porthmadog for an unforgettable trip through the stunning Snowdonia National Park. This treat will surely appeal to all ages.
    Days away...
    • Take a trip to Snowdonia National Park, a place of great beauty with a magnificent coast line and majestic mountains. Experience thrilling adventure activities such as Zip World's Zip Wire, Fforest Coaster, Bounce Below and Treetop Adventures. Discover industrial heritage, mountain farms, steam railways, great local produce, historic buidings, mighty castles and much more.

    Convenient and comfortable dog friendly holiday house for large groups in the popular seaside village of Nefyn on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula.


    4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8. 1 Double with Kingsize bed with TV, 1 Double, 1 Bunk bedroom and 1 Twin with TV. All on 1st floor.

    Shower Room
    with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor. Cloakroom toilet and washbasin on ground floor.

    Kitchen/Dining Room
    stylish glass dining table with 8 chairs, mirror fronted furniture, large picture mural of Nefyn beach. Kitchen area luxury fitted units with split level electric oven and hob, microwave, larder fridge, breakfast bar with 2 stools. 

    Utility Room
    drinks fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher.

    Sitting Room
    wood burning stove incorporated into wall, large L shaped sofa, 2 seater chair, window seat and cushions, matching ottoman, large flat screen TV, 2 glass coffee tables.

    enclosed garden with lawns at front and back, colourful borders, patio area with garden furniture, outdoor shower at the back for 'just off the beach'.

    NB: A refundable security deposit of £300 is required per booking.

    Additional Information


    Short breaks - Winter, minimum 4 nights

    WiFi - Yes

    Changeover - Friday

    Towels - Yes

    Parking - Yes, ample

    Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £50 p/w. Starter pack of logs free

    Dogs - 1 at £25 p/w

    Travel cot - Yes

    Highchair - Yes


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

    Is there a gate to open? Yes

    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? No

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