Call us: 01348 837 871 (Lines open 8.30am - 8.30pm) 01348 837 871 (8.30am - 8.30pm)
Almost 60 years of experience
Book with a 30% Deposit
Independently Rated
Over 80% of properties accept pets
  • Tir a Mor

  • Morfa Nefyn
  • Ref: 1329
  • 7
  • 3
  • 3
  • 2
Add to Shortlist

Tir a Mor

  • 7
  • 3
  • 3
  • 2
  • Ref: 1329
Property Highlights:

This luxury hideaway cottage with WiFi and hot tub has been given a 5 star rating from Visit Wales. Tir a Mor is an enchanting home with fabulous views of Nefyn and Porthdinllaen bays. Well behaved small/medium dogs welcome.

Property Location
Calculate Drive Time
Use my current location
Please note, "current location" is more accurate on mobile devices.
Guest Book Comments

Lovely cottage. Could have done with clean windows and some cobwebs cleaned! But location and comfort made up for that!

Ann Hemming-Ash - 18th November 2018

Lovely, well equipped and comfortable home - it felt more like a home than a holiday let - with fantastic views from all rooms and the sunsets were amazing. It is exactly as per the photographs, or actually better. Every comfort was provided, even electric blankets on the beds if needed; fortunately not the case during our stay but nice to know the facility was available. Only reason this is not a 5 star review was due to the distance from the parking area to the property as this is through a gate and then up a path with some shallow steps which for 4 pensioners, 3 of whom are in their 70's taking luggage in and out was an effort and one we were not mentally prepared for as there was no mention in the description of the property. Having said that, it would certainly not stop us considering staying here again the next time we think about visiting the area.

C Billington - 12th October 2018

This was a lovely cottage with terrific views of the north Lleyn Peninsular coast. It was furnished and equipped to a very high standard, both in terms of attractiveness and functionality. The master bedroom was wonderful, with a extremely comfortable bed and a great sheltered balcony with a sea view. The gardens were well kept and attractive, with seating areas overlooking the coast - west facing for great sunset watching. The lower lawn is shared with the neighbouring cottage; this did not affect us as we saw nobody, but may be an issue if, for example, there were lively children in that cottage. We had a couple of technical problems with external lighting and a cool hot tub, but these were sorted immediately by the housekeeper and handyman - who were also really nice people. We have already decided to return for a week in spring 2019.

Derek Jones - 24th September 2018

The path leading to the property was awful, extremely overgrown shrubbery, it's not a difficult job to maintain this. Then we were told by the owner that the garden was shared....WHAT!!!!!! I booked this property because of the garden, I was bitterly disappointed. It's extremely wrong for this couple not to mention this on their website, considering the money they charged me and of course our neighbours next to us (literally) were a young couple with children!!! So no, I didn't use the garden. The properties are too close together, you can only sit in the back lounge not to be overlooked. The BBQ was horrendous, filthy and didn't work. The house wasn't that clean either, there were crumbs on the kitchen worktops, and fluff everywhere from the rugs downstairs. A random visit from the owners checking the Jacuzzi and doing some gardening was strange, pity they didn't do the pathway! Hugely disappointing holiday, the fact it cost so much has left me angry.

Replies from Quality Cottages
A trusted customer - 31st August 2018

Tir A Mor is a beautifully presented house, perched up above Nefyn. The owners have achieved great atmosphere both inside and out with extensive and well maintained gardens. The views across the bay and towards Angelsey are fab and the sunsets are to die for! Thank you to Linda and Peter for their wonderful attention to detail and charming company.

S Llewellyn - 16th May 2018

Lovely cottage. The views are beautiful. Very clean. Everything you need. No expense spared. Comfy beds. Quiet. Everywhere you look in the cottage you spot another nice picture or quirky ornament, It has been furnished with love and care, Lovely furniture different certainly not bog standard, With the hot tub and two jacuzzi baths and everything else this is certainly value for money.

Angela Wilson - 10th May 2018

Fantastic cottage in the most wonderful location. Very well equipped with all services and items that could possibly be needed and really spoiled with the amount of cutlery and china ware in the cupboards. All the rooms are generously sized and the whole place is furnished to the very best standard. Plenty of room for a family to stay, without feeling that you're tripping over one another. Bright, light and airy and a hot tub, nothing was lacking. And the service level from Gill, the owners' housekeeper, was excellent. She was extremely helpful and she presented the cottage in the most beautiful condition. We have been taking self-catering holidays for nearly 40 years and this is one of the very best we have ever experienced. We'd love to return!

A trusted customer - 20th April 2018

Lovely property with great views.

A trusted customer - 17th April 2018
1 of 8
Property Description

Prepare to be enchanted as you drive down to this charming luxury hideaway cottage in Nefyn! Can be rented with Ty Gan y Mor (House by the Sea) 1478.
  • Recently sympathetically renovated and enlarged to maximise enjoyment of this truly special property.
  • The location is fantastic with stunning views of the 2 magnificent bays of Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn. Spot the famous Ty Coch pub at the water's edge in the old smugglers cove of Porthdinllaen - voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world!
  • A trellis of climbing roses clings to the entrance of this luxury hideaway cottage that opens onto large patio areas with dining table and chairs - perfect for al fresco meals and magical at night with subdued lighting.
  • A second patio area is where you will find the large Hot Tub – while away romantic evening as the sun sets over the sea.
  • Effortlessly stylish, Ty a Mor boasts beautifully furnished interiors. The large yet cosy comfortable sitting room has a wood burning stove - perfect for snuggling down in front of the fire after a long walk on the Coastal Path.
  • There are two lovely bedrooms on the ground floor and a wide spiral staircase sweeps up to the main large en-suite bedroom - with french doors opening onto the balcony, with seating and a telescope to admire the views.
  • Landscaped gardens (shared with other cottage) surround the cottage with terrace, lawns, patios and rockery. Children will love playing on the large lower lawn beside which is a climbing frame with swing and slide. There are 2 small lakes on the driveway - one with decking and circular table and benches.
About the Area

Coastal Path

  • Join the public footpath near the driveway entrance which goes down to the village of Nefyn and links up with the Coastal Path. This is one of the highlights of the Path with the rocky promontory of Porthdinllaen and fine views to east and west. Look out for curious grey seals coming close to the shore to watch any activity!

Beaches

  • There are a wealth of stunning beaches on the Peninsula. Just below is Nefyn beach, a lovely safe haven for children to enjoy, and beyond is Morfa Nefyn beach - another wide sweeping sandy bay with the added advantage of Porthdinllaen and Ty Coch at one end. Explore the Coastal Path and discover other smaller coves such as Porth Ysgair and Porth Towyn accessed over pretty flower meadows before dipping down to these tiny coves. Visit Whistling sands near Aberdaron children will love to realise that the sands do whistle!

Abersoch and Aberdaron

  • Two popular villages on the Peninsula. Abersoch is a popular sailing centre with plenty of shops such as Fat Face and Crew, good restaurants and pubs. There is always a lively atmosphere in summer with holiday makers spilling out onto the street. There are many festivals in the summer which include a jazz festival, regattas and even sandcastle building! Aberdaron, the Lands End of the peninsula, is remote with white washed stone cottages and an ancient church precariously situated above the water. Eat out on the balcony of Ty Newydd Hotel and look across the water.- Uwchmynydd, above the village, is the best location to get a view of Bardsey Island and you can look back along the Lleyn all the way to Snowdonia.

Nefyn Golf Club

  • Is set on the dramatic headland above Porthdinllaen with spectacular views of the Rival Mountains and sublime bays, undoubtedly it is Wales's most photographed course. Quirky it may be but a round here is a must for any golf lover.
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.

    Places to eat 

    • The Bryncynan Arms nearby is ideal for pub grub and the gastro pub at Edern The Ship is highly recommended. Try Twnti Lobster Restaurant at Rhydyclafdy for locally caught seafood and the newly opened Italian restaurant at Pwllheli, Enricos. For a special treat Plas Bodegroes near Pwllheli is a restaurant with rooms. The delightful grade 11 listed Georgian manor house has one of Wales's best chefs. If you want to shop locally Nefyn has an excellent SPAR which supplies locally sourced meat, fish and vegetables.
    Days away
    • Take a drive into the glorious Snowdonia National Park. Discover stunning coastal and countryside scenery, dramatic mountains and breathtaking walks. Experience thrilling adventure activities at Surf Snowdonia, Zip World's Zip Wire, Bounce Below, Treetop Adventures and Fforest Coaster. Eat great local produce. Visit castles haunted houses and fascinating industrial heritage sites.

    Cottage hideaway with hot tub for luxury holidays in the seaside village of Nefyn on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula

    Interior

    3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 7. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and en suite (toilet, washbasin and shower cubicle) and 1 Bunk bedroom with extra truckle bed, both on ground floor. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and en suite (Jacuzzi bath, toilet, washbasin and shower cubicle) on the 1st floor.

    Bathroom with full suite and Jacuzzi corner bath on ground floor.

    Open Plan Lounge/Diner/KitchenKitchen with fully fitted cream units with electric hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge. Dining with dining table and chairs seating 6/8, cream sideboard, antique chest, large TV.
    Lounge with 2 white couches with red throws, 2 children's chairs, 2 side tables/lamps, pine chest as coffee table, modern standard lamp.

    Sitting Room with large sandstone fireplace and wood burning stove, 2 large sofas, 2 easy chairs, TV, iPod docking station, chest coffee table, antique corner cupboard, cream sideboard, patio doors onto terrace.

    Utility Room fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble drier.

    Grounds large unenclosed with extensive gardens, patio areas, garden furniture, barbecue, children's climbing frame, hot tub and exterior shower.

    Hot Tub inclusive.

    NB: Care with small children. There are 2 small lakes on either side of driveway near the parking area.


    Additional Information

     

    Short breaks - yes, minimum 4 nights during Winter

    WiFi - Yes

    Changeover - Friday

    Towels - Yes

    Parking - Yes ample

    Fuel - Gas central heating with under floor electric heating and a starter pack of logs inclusive

    Dogs -Small/Medium dogs only. 1 welcome free, 2nd at £25 p/w

    Travel cot - Yes on request

    Highchair - Yes on request

    Eat & Drink
    Activities & Attractions
    FROM £884 PER WEEK
    AVG COST PER WEEK £1,398
    Number of Adults
    1 Adult

    Adults (18 years +)

    1 Adult
    Number of Children
    0 Children

    Children (under 18 years)

    0 Children
    Number of Dogs
    0 Dogs

    Dogs

    0 Dogs
    * 1 free dog then £25 per dog.
    Duration
    7 Nights

    Duration

    7 Nights

    *What is Changeover Day?

    For stays of 7 nights or more, this property requires you start your holiday on the changeover day highlighted.

    Night Stay
    Booking Fee
    Discount
    Fuel
    Dog Charge

    Total

    Pay Just 1/3rd today

    Bookings 8 weeks or more in advance only require a deposit to be secured.

    Hide


    Arrival
    Sat 22nd September 2018
    Duration
    nights
    Total
    £0
    Due Today
    £0

    A full summary of your holiday will be available when you continue.

    Prices from £884

    Why Choose Quality Cottages?

    Since 1961 we've been Wales' leading cottage agency, serving thousands of happy guests each year.

    Rated on Feefo.

    Quality Assessed

    Independently assessed cottages ensure they’re quality before you check-in.

    Dog Friendly

    Over 80% of our properties accept pets, we have 4,000 dogs staying with us annually.

    Secure Payment

    Our secure website means your visit to our site and your payments are in safe hands.

    Chat with us