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  • Anya

  • Morfa Nefyn
  • Ref: 1610
  • 8
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
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Anya

  • 8
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • Ref: 1610
Property Highlights:

Exquisite and luxurious Edwardian villa in the middle of Morfa Nefyn sleeping 8 ideal for gatherings of family and friends and only a short walk to the lovely sandy beach. This lovely bay former stomping ground of mariners, fishermen and smugglers. Stroll along the beach at low tide to the famous Ty Coch pub at Porthdinllaen (NT) voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world. Sit on the pub wall and enjoy a pint of the local brew!

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Property Description

Just a short walk from the sandy beach at Morfa Nefyn, sleeping 8 with wifi. Perfect for making happy holiday memories. This is a warm and welcoming house with coastal light spilling through the large Edwardian windows.

  • Renovated to perfection without losing its Edwardian personality.
  • Painted throughout in pale grey and white making a perfect backdrop for the textures and fabrics. The matt pale grey furnishings give a Scandinavian undertone which enhance the warmth of the muted aquamarine, yellow and blue cushions and throws.
  • The cosy and comfortable sitting room has a wood burning stove, deep leather couches and vibrant pictures of the locality.
  • Enjoy fun and laughter over long indulgent meals in the cosy dining room with the fire crackling in the wood burning stove.
  • The dining room opens out onto the large white kitchen convenient for keeping an eye on the designated chef!
  • An extremely well-equipped kitchen with plenty of worktop areas to please the most discerning gourmet cook, This spacious room is flooded with light from the floor to ceiling patio doors which lead out into the garden.
  • Just off the kitchen is the cloakroom which has a special doggie/children shower to wash off muddy little toes and paws after a busy day in the sand.
  • Original Edwardian staircase leads up to sumptuous bedrooms with hugely comfortable king size beds with crisp white linen bedding  enlivened with colourful cushions and throws. 2 bedrooms with luxury en suite both with large walk in showers and a family bathroom with walk in shower and freestanding bath to unwind and escape with a glass of wine and a good book.
  • Open wide the patio doors in the kitchen and step out into the garden enjoy breakfast here and dinner in the late evening sunshine. Alternatively, give the cook a rest and walk to the Cliffs Hotel set at the entrance to the beach and eat out here and enjoy the magnificent views. 1 mile away at the village of Edern is The Ship an excellent gastro pub well worth the short drive (for more food info look further down this page)
  • There are a wealth of lovely beaches and coves to discover along this sublime coastline one of the journeys gems the rocky promontory of Porthdinllaen is right here on your doorstep. Admire the views from east to west and see the remains of Iron Age forts and on quiet days look out for curious little seals coming close to shore to watch any activity.
  • Only a short drive to the Llyn hot spot of Abersoch the playground of 'the Cheshire set' and right at the end of the peninsula Aberdaron the whitewashed little village with its rocky clifftops and heather covered hilltops.

A getaway from it all destination for family and friend to enjoy in a unique unspoilt part of North Wales.

About the Area

Morfa Nefyn 

  • Buy all your provisions locally at the newly opened Truck Stop  - it stocks locally sourced meat, fish and fresh vegetables as does the SPAR at Nefyn. 
  • Close by is Porthdinallaen cafe - stroll over for Fisherman's Breakfast and children's favourite American Breakfast of pancakes, bacon and maple syrup. 
  • Highly recommended also is the gastro pub The Ship at Edern, 1 mile away, and the newly refurbished - Cliffs Inn just a short stroll away from Captain's House.

Morfa Nefyn Beach and Porthdinllaen

  • This is one of the 'gems' of the Peninsula, a long sandy bay and at low tide Porthdinllaen is a short walk along the beach. 
  • Porthdinllaen is a perfect little harbour hamlet (all NT) - an idyllic cove with the added bonus of a cracking pub 'The Ty Coch', voted the third most popular beach bar in the world!

Family Fun

  • From petting cuddly animals to riding quad bikes through the countryside there is something for all on the Llyn Peninsula. Visit Dwyfor Rabbit Farm and Glasfryn Parc for quad biking, fishing, watersports, ten pin bowling, soft play, archery, shooting and so much more.

Boat Trips

  • Visit Beaumaris or Menai Bridge to embark on thrilling boat trips for exceptional coastal scenery, fascinating points of historic interest and flourishing wildlife.

Aberdaron

  • The 'Lands End' of North Wales this beautiful timeless village is a cluster of whitewashed houses at the water's edge and with excellent hostelries serving award-winning seafood. 
  • The National Trust has purchased a large chunk of the coastline to preserve the unique beauty of this region. A new Visitors Centre has recently been opened serving as a focal point from which to promote the area.
  • There are daily trips from Aberdaron across to Bardsey where there are ruins of an Augustinian Abbey considered a Holy place of pilgrimage in Medieval time.

Uwchmynydd and Bardsey Island

  • High above the village is Uwchmynydd, a heather covered headland from which to walk and enjoy the spectacular views across to Bardsey Island and back along the arm of the Llyn Peninsula to the mighty Snowdonia mountain range.

Abersoch

  • This is the polar opposite of Aberdaron, buzzing in high season with cafes and pubs all spilling out onto the street making for a great atmosphere. 
  • This is also a serious sailing centre and there are regattas throughout July and August
  • The world-renowned Wakestock Festival in July boasts the best wakeboarders from all over the world plus great bands and DJs. 
  • In September there is a jazz festival with bands playing along the street - a lively spectacle!

Glyn y Weddw Art Gallery

  • This is the oldest art gallery in Wales set in an imposing Victorian Gothic manor house it exhibits art work by renowned local artists and is a cultural focal point for the region
  • There is a conservatory restaurant at the side of the gallery with lovely food - eat out on the lawns when the weather is good.

Days Away

  • Visit the Snowdonia National Park for stunning coastal and mountain scenery, numerous beautiful beaches, steam train rides, fascinating industrial heritage, thriling adventure activities, historic sites, great local produce and so much more.
Interior

4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8 plus travel cot. King size bedroom with en suite shower room and 1 King size bedroom 1st floor. King size bedroom with en suite shower room and twin bedroom 2nd floor.

Bathroom with walk in shower, freestanding bath toilet and washbasin 1st floor.
Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin 1st floor.
Downstairs Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin plus child/doggie shower.
Hallway with Edwardian tiles, sideboard, mirror, table lamp and coat hanging hooks.
Kitchen fully fitted white units split level electric ovens (2) electric hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, 1 small 2 seater wooden couch, round coffee table, cupboard, standard lamp patio doors to garden.
Dining Area with long dining table seating 8 plus highchair, wood burning stove, 2 mirrors, sideboard. antique style French chair.
Sitting Room with wood burning stove,  3 large 2 seater leather couches, tv/cd radio, captain's chest used as coffee table, standard lamp, bright colourful pictures of locality.
Grounds Medium size with tiled patio, garden furniture and lawn.fully enclosed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Short Breaks Yes, from 3-nights, apart from Summer & Peak weeks.
Towels Yes
Fuel Underfloor heating inclusive May-September, outside of these dates £50 per week and starter baskets of logs provided. 
WiFi Yes
Parking Ample, 3 cars
Changeover day Friday
Dogs Yes, 2 @ £10 each. To be kept on the ground floor only.
 
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FROM £739 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £1,126
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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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