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  • Ty'n y Mynydd

  • Morfa Nefyn
  • Ref: 732
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Ty'n y Mynydd

  • 6
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  • Ref: 732
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Charming Nefyn Bay holiday cottage with sea views on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. This dog friendly period coastal cottage is an ideal choice for large families or friends sharing.

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A beautiful old cottage in a stunning location. Approached via a narrow country lane climbing to over 270 feet, but worth it for the views across the bay to Nefyn & Morfa Nefyn. The cottage is well furnished and comfortable with central heating and a log-burner (which we didn't need to use). Kitchen is small but well equipped with additional facilities in the adjoining washroom. The location right on the Coastal Path is relatively secluded and very peaceful. A great place to spend a holiday on this beautiful peninsula.

Graham Elliot - 14 May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Excellent

A trusted customer - 5th October 2018

We have 2 little dogs and it was the beaches that catered for them that pulled us to the area. When looking for cottages we could not ask for anything more with beautiful scenic views a burning log stove and comfortable environment. The shower was unbelievable!!!!

A trusted customer - 15th September 2018

Ty'n y Mynydd cottage is; Clean, tidy, dog friendly, good garden which is brilliant if the weather is good. On the down side I felt it was small, not sure how 6 people would cope especially in the kitchen and with the one bathroom. The cottage also felt damp, it wasn't but it just felt chilly. Whilst there is a wash room with a freezer and washing machine separate to the cottage there are no real drying facilities which in North Wales I think you need. A tumble dryer would of made life just a bit easier. 1 basket of logs and kindling supplied but then you have to buy your own. As the weather was wet and damp we ended up having a fire most evenings to brighten the cottage up, to stop the damp feeling and to help dry us all out. Brilliant area to explore. It is a good walk downhill to the local beach (uphill on the return) and with all the beach gear and children was only done once. We went through the marked 'private' caravan park to access this beach, not sure if this is allowed. The rest of the time we went in the car to other beaches.Snowdon and Anglesey about an hrs drive and well worth a visit. A week is not long enough to explore this lovely part of Wales and next time I would spend 2 weeks at 2 different locations. We spent a lot of valuable time travelling to places, although the roads are brilliant.As a reminder If you wish to see the bird wildlife then visit before August.

A trusted customer - 29th August 2018

,Not up to your usual standard. Fantastic views from cottage. Nice cottage but kitchen poorly equipped would have found it difficult to cope with 6 people. Some equipment rusty (sieve) and iron did not work. could not have made any Welsh cakes if weather had been poor - lack of equipment. Needs more kitchen equipment. Would be nice to have some relaxing chairs on patio area to take in view. Very few cottages seem to have them. In a few words not value for money.

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Sarah Blaydon - 16th August 2018

Fantastic views from the cottage which was clean & comfortable although the garden furniture needs replacing. Pet owners should be advised that there is no secure area in the garden. Also getting to and from the cottage via a very narrow single track road was difficult in a large vehicle.

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A trusted customer - 17th June 2018

Die 5 Sterne scheitern einzig an der Austattung der Küche. Da schienen uns die Töpfe und Pfannen doch etwas lange im Gebrauch. Im Schlafzimmer ist eine Wand feucht und es hat sich etwas Schimmel gebildet. Ansonsten ist man, was wir gesucht hatten, herrlich allein, es ist phantastisch ruhig und der Blick von der Terrasse und die Sonnenuntergänge sind nicht zu toppen.

Joerg - 6th May 2018
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Property Description
Family and dog friendly Nefyn Bay holiday cottage on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula
  • This charming white-washed stone cottage near Nefyn beach is tucked into the hillside above the village.
  • The Nefyn & Morfa Nefyn holiday cottage has breathtaking views of two bays. It has recently been renovated to the highest standards - slate floors, handmade painted kitchen furniture and tiny windows with Roman blinds, all perfectly complementing the exposed stonework.
  • Modern and uncluttered cottage within walking distance of the beach it has a red wood burning stove, large comfortable sofas and stairs to the 'crog' loft. French doors open onto a patio with spectacular views and stylish garden dining furniture. Pet friendly.
  • The neighbouring villages of Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn just 1 mile apart, between them have a range of amenities including bank, post office, library with internet facilities, supermarket, grocery shop with butchers counter, fresh fruit & vegetables, chemist, doctor and a filling station.
About the Area
Llyn Peninsula, Coastal Path and surrounding area
  • The Coastal Path can be joined in Nefyn where there is a good tea shop and wine bar. Close by is the rocky promontory of Porthdinllaen, one of the Coastal Path's many gems and Morfa Nefyn and Porthdinllaen Bay (NT) are a short drive away from this cottage within walking distance of the beach .
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.
Morfa Nefyn Golf
  • Morfa Nefyn is also home to a stunning links golf course - one of the most impressive in Wales if not the whole of the UK.
Criccieth
  • Stroll around Criccieth on a fascinating heritage walk, visiting places of historic interest on route.
Llanstumdwy
  • Visit the picturesque village of Llanstumdwy the boy hood home and now museum of Britain's great 20th C statesman Lloyd George. Call in to Tafarn y Plu on the opposite side of the road, a traditional family friendly pub serving real ales and good pub food.
Caernarfon Castle
  • Architecturally one of the most impressive castles in Wales. Built by Edward I as part of his 'ring of steel' intended to subdue the Welsh. Open to the public daily except 24th, 25th & 26th December.
Galeri Theatre & Welsh Arts Centre
  • Enjoy an evening out at the Galeri Theatre in Caernarfon an exciting venue including theatre, cinema, art space and cafe.
Llanbedrog & Sandy Beach
  • Llanbedrog, with its beautiful sheltered sandy beach nestling under a steep rocky headland, is a short drive away and a walk to the top of the Headland the site of the 'New Tin Man' sculpture, rewards with stunning panoramic views.
  • This pet friendly holiday cottage near Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn Beach with sea views along the Llyn Peninsula is well-situated for exploring North Wales.
Abersoch & Pwllheli
  • Further afield is Abersoch, the largest yachting centre in Wales and Pwllheli with its new Marina and bustling weekly open air market.
Bardsey Island Boat Trips
  • Take a boat trip from Meudwy on the tip of the Llyn Peninsula to visit Bardsey Island home to myriad sea birds, the Bardsey Birds & Field Observatory, an ancient lighthouse, tranquil walks and probably the oldest apple tree in Britain. If you are lucky you will see seals, harbour porpoises and dolphins around the shore line.
Beacon Indoor Climbing Centre
  • The adventurous in your party might enjoy time at the Beacon Indoor Climbing Centre in Ceunant. The centre is the most popular indoor climbing venue in north Wales.
The Ship Hotel, Aberdaron, Poachers Restaurant, Criccieth & The Ship at Edern
  • Enjoy a meal at this Good Food Guide recommended original inn with restaurant, public bar and lounge bar.
  • Poachers has an a la carte menu which changes seasonally making good use of fresh fish. Vegetarian dishes are a speciality.
  • The Ship at Edern is a 'must visit' contemporary gastro pub.
Welsh Highlands & Ffestiniog Railways, Porthmadog
  • Choose a nostalgic train ride through the scenic Snowdonia countryside or up to the mountain village of Ffestiniog.
Glasfryn Park, Y Ffor
  • A multi activity centre perfect - family entertainment. Choose from ten pin bowling, fishing, karting, quad bikes, wakeboarding and more. There are two restaurants and a farm shop selling delicious local produce.
Days away
  • Take a day to tour the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. It is packed with places of interest and thrilling activities. Try Bounce Below, Zip Wire, Treetop Adventures and Surf Snowdonia. Explore fascinating industrial heritage and historic sites. Eat local produce, Ride steam trains and the Snowdonia Mountain Railway. Discover dune backed sandy beaches and accessible mountains.
Guests with dogs can enjoy fulfilling coastal holidays in this characterful holiday cottage on Nefyn Bay on the lovely Llyn Peninsula



Interior

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 61 Double (in crog loft with sloping ceiling and low doorway.) 1 Bedroom with Kingsize bed and 1 Bedroom with adult Bunk beds on ground floor. Bed linen provided.

Bathroom with full suite and power shower over bath on ground floor.

Kitchen luxury fully fitted, country style, cooker with electric hob and 2 electric ovens, dishwasher, microwave, fridge with ice box, table and chairs seating 6.

Lounge exposed stone work on gable end with red wood burning stove, 2 large 2 seater sofas, easy chair, Sky Free view TV/DVD (lots of DVD's to enjoy) CD/radio, stairs to crog loft. French doors to patio with garden furniture.

Barn with washing machine and freezer.

Grounds medium sized garden opening onto fields, garden furniture.

 

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £35 p/w. Starter pack of logs free

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w. There is a secure and sheltered dog run

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes on request

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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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