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  • House On The Corner

  • Morfa Nefyn
  • Ref: 1275
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House On The Corner

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  • Ref: 1275
Property Highlights:

  • Morfa Nefyn cottage literally on the corner of Beach Road
  • 2-minute stroll to the sandy beach
  • Walk to Ty Coch & Porthdinallen
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Quirky vintage style
  • Well equipped retro kitchen

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Guest Book Comments

Because they come out when we need them!

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your 5 star review.

T Holmes - 3rd March 2019

A very comfortable and clean cottage in a superb location very near the beach and with general stores nearby. It was ideal for children and dogs with a large lawn, though this was not fenced. It was a nice touch to have a welcome bottle of proseco but we would have preferred more toilet rolls! I would recommend this as an ideal from which to explore the beaches and hills of the LLeyn Peninsula.

Michael Collins - 12th November 2018

Good location for beach and walks. Pretty house. No need for family photographs although I appreciate why they are there “Retro 70s look” was a bit shabby although very pretty. Large bed in en-suite bedroom was very squeaky and unstable. Other bedrooms fine for adults. Would not have like to leave younger children up stairs. Very precarious and narrow steps.

Janet Spence - 14th October 2018

The pictures do not do it justice, the home is stunning, the family loved it and it was dog friendly. There is a garage with a ping pong table, chalk boards and games if you get any rain. It is right next to the beach which was great, would recommend to anyone

Kerry Veevers - 27th August 2018

Super gelegen, in direkter Nähe des Strands. Frische, moderne Einrichtung. Zimmer gut aufgeteilt. Die Küchenschränke sind etwas überfüllt mit unnutzem Kram (z.B. 4 Käsereiben!). Dafür gab es keine Knoblauchpresse, und nur einen altmodischen Korkenzieher, der ziemlich schwer zu bedienen war. Ich hätte mir auch gewünscht, dass alle Töpfe und Gläser bei unserem Ankunft schon sauber sind - zumal eine gut funktionierende Spülmaschine vorhanden ist.

A trusted customer - 13th August 2018

Could do with a bit of Maintanance - floor in conservatory had cracks and tiles didn't match. Kitchen cupboards obviously originals could do with renewing and not just reprinting. Seating in the lounge not very comfortable felt I was sitting on the floor and had to almost lie down if I wanted to watch TV, my mother sat in a deck chair as all chairs very low. Family bathroom could also have done with an update. Not all pictures on website matched rooms on arrival.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your comments which will be passed to the owner, we will look to updating/improving the photos on the website. We are glad that the location and outside amenities were better than expected

J Wisedale - 6th July 2018

Fabulous location, quirky vintage style which we loved, though I worried about the melamine surface of kitchen. The ground floor front bedroom did not live up to the standard of the rest of house. Drawer space was insufficient for longer stays and the dressing table was to low down to be fit for purpose and they had to use bathroom mirror for getting ready . Loved the sunny living room , lovely warm house . Needed to keep eye on dog as no front gate and lovely and daffodils bedecked but low boundary. Garage with extra fridge freezer and games room was fantastic would visit again certainly

Elizabeth Davy - 7th April 2018

Epic house in a gorgeous place.

Lucinda France-Hayhurst - 30th June 2017

A lovely homely, comfortable and welcoming house in an amazing spot. There are 2 generous double bedrooms downstairs with lively.linens and pillows and mattresses so very comfortable. Kitchen has everything you can think of!! And although a little smaller that it looks on the photographs is plenty big enough for what is needed. We did not use the 2 twin bedrooms upstairs as we were a party of 4 adults, but my children would have loved these rooms when they were younger. We have booked again for 2 weeks next year so obviously we all loved it here. The garden wraps all the way around the house so constant sun if you want it, but lovely shady spots for when it gets a bit hot. For younger families the garage has a table tennis table, and lots of other games and things to keep children happy. We were blessed with great weather so spent most of our time outside or in the sun lounge, but there is a DVD player and some dvds which looked good if the weather was not great

Deborah Ball - 2015-Jun-2
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Morfa Nefyn Holiday Cottage Llyn Peninsula Pet welcome

  • This beautiful beach, one of the most loved on the Llyn Peninsula, is just a 2 minute stroll from The House on the Corner, a holiday cottage literally on the corner of Beach Road.
  • Newly renovated and decorated with a coastal inspired theme throughout the living room features a huge 'L' shaped duck egg blue sofa and dining table for 8 and leads out onto a sunny conservatory.
  • The master ground floor bedroom with en suite bedroom is light and airy with a modern whitewashed four poster bed.There is an additional ground floor double bedroom with floral curtains and throws.
  • The well equipped retro kitchen with food hatch into lounge and pantry emphasises the early1 960's origins of the house and the ground floor family bathroom features an large enamel bath with shower over.
  • There are two loft bedrooms (reached via a very steep open staircase - may not be suitable for all. Stair gates provided). One decorated with a red, white and blue nautical theme and the other with a restful soft grey d cor.
  • Surrounded by large well tended lawns, the house gets sun all day. An extra hidden lawn through an entrance in the hedge is a secret garden that children and pets will delight in. The rear of the house is a perfect secluded spot to enjoy a barbecue in the evening sun.
  • A short walk away is Morfa Nefyn general stores which sells everything from locally sourced meat and fish to fresh vegetables and for eating out there are lots of choice - just around the corner is a small highly recommended caf and a mile away is a gastro pub 'The Ship at Edern'. Just down the road is the newly refurbished Cliffs Inn.


4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8. Master Bedroom with Superking bed (size 4 poster) and ensuite shower room and 1 Double. Both on ground floor. Narrow, steep open tread staircase (may not be suitable for all - stair gates provided) to 1 Twin (open to landing) and 1 Twin on 1st floor.

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

Lounge/diner stylish L shaped sofa seating 6, easy chair and armchair, fireplace with living flame gas fire, dining suite seating 8 in bay window. French door to small Conservatory with easy chair.

Kitchen fully fitted 1960's retro style, small electric range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge, hatch to lounge/diner.

Utility Room (outside) with fridge/freezer and washing machine.

Grounds large well tended lawns with patio and garden furniture.

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample. Please take care with toddlers, parking area not enclosed

Fuel - Central heating inclusive

Dogs - 2 welcome free, ground floor only please

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Morfa Nefyn & Beach Pubs, Llyn Peninsula

  • Newly refurbished, the Cliffs Inn is equidistant between House on the Corner and Morfa Nefyn beach. It's hillside location offers stunning views while you enjoy the relaxed informal ambience, good food and drink.
  • Stroll to this beautiful sandy bay, walk along the water's edge at low tide to the Ty Coch pub at Porthdinllaen (NT) sit on the pub wall drink in hand and soak up the convivial atmosphere.
  • Use a map to pinpoint small remote bays then walk across fields and dip down to the coast to discover your own secluded special spot.

Llyn Coastal Path

  • Join the path at the entrance to Morfa Nefyn beach from where there are spectacular views of The Rival Mountain Range and back to Snowdonia.
  • Seals swim close to shore in good weather look out for fat little seal pups swimming with their mothers in late summer and enjoy the lovely display of wild flowers.

Family Fun on the Llyn Peninsula

  • From thrilling adventure activities to petting furry animals there is something for all tastes and ages.Visit Dwyfor farm or Glasfryn Parc for quad bike rides, go karting, fishing, watersports, ten pin bowling and soft play.

Nefyn Golf Club

  • One of the top 100 courses in the world and just a little way along the road from the property Nefyn Golf Course is considered one of North Wales's foremost golfing venues and is set in a dramatic location on the cliff top - a round here is a must for any serious golfer!

Plas Bodegras

  • Special occasions need somewhere really special and Plas Bodegroes ticks all the boxes romantic location and fine food one of Wales's best restaurants.


  • Take the car to remote, beautiful Aberdaron with its ancient church, whitewashed cottages and lovely views across the bay to the Isle of the Gulls, all bathed in the distinctive glowing light of the far west.
  • Join the Coastal Path and look out for Peregrines and kestrels that nest on the cliff sides and the emblem of the Llyn, the beautiful red legged Choughs


  • Abersoch, in contrast to Aberdaron, has a lively atmosphere with summertime regattas, the world famous Wakestock Festival, a jazz festival, shops and restaurants.

Glyn y Wedddw Art Gallery at Llanbedrog

  • Wales's most picturesque art venue and also its oldest. Enjoy the newly opened lovely woodland walk just beyond and above the gallery
  • The conservatory restaurant here serves meals throughout the day - dine al-fresco on the lawns in good weather.


  • Drive northward along the coast to Caernarfon with its magnificent Castle, wander along The Victoria Dock where there are stylish bars, bistros and cafes visit the Arts Centre and watch the latest films.
  • Do visit Palas Prints one of Britain's best independent bookshops - buy a book to curl up with and enjoy back at the cottage.

Days out in Snowdonia

  • The Snowdonia National Park is well worth a day trip or two. Experience majestic mountain and coastal scenery, unspoiled beaches, romantic castles, nostalgic steam train rides, industrial heritage, thrilling adventure activities, delicious local produce and so much more.

Charming retro style holiday cottage in Morfa Nefyn within yards of the beach is a wonderful year round base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula.

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