What a truly wonderful luxurious Nefyn holiday cottage, which has been awarded a 5 star rating from Visit Wales - from here you can enjoy an elevated position with stunning panoramic views of the bay and Anglesey coastline. This luxurious and stylish property is a very welcome addition to the portfolio.
Absolutely fantastic property in a beautiful location. The views are amazing and we saw some spectacular sunsets. We used the groundfloor king size bedroom rather than the double upstairs as it had the best views. The house was spotlessly clean and superbly equipped. Big congratulations to the housekeeping team as I am very fussy! The grounds were also beautifully maintained. The only thing we felt lacking was a radio/tv in the kitchen/dining room, which again has fabulous views and opens out onto a very pretty terrace with table and chairs. The walking in this area is fabulous and apart from one stormy day we were very lucky with the weather. The walk to the Ty Coch Inn was a highlight and to be able to sit outside in a short sleeve t-shirt by the beach in October was amazing! We certainly hope to return to this lovely property.
You could not ask for a better well equipped tastefully decorated cottage. I would definitely recommend this cottage to friends and family. However we did have a big issue with a terrible stench from the upstairs shower we contacted the nominated person and she was very apologetic and got someone out promptly however after checking it out we were told it was ok to use unfortunately this did not resolve the situation and the stench came back stronger we were forced to re locate to the downstairs bedroom as we didnÂt want tradesman invading our privacy, luckily our expected guests did not join us so we just got on with our holiday but if they had arrived it would have been disastrous. I contacted them again before we left to give them a chance to resolve the situation which I believe was the seal around the base of the shower had broken.
The house has been finished to the highest possible standard, is equipped with the best of everything, and was spotlessly clean. The patio and garden are immaculately maintained, and the environment is tranquil.
A superb cottage. Well furnished with great views
Beautiful cottage overlooking a wonderful view.
A wonderful, well appointed, tastefully furnished property in a stunning location with top class views of the coast. Would definitely recommend this property to others.
Beautiful holiday cottage in an equally beautiful part of north wales. Gorgeous views, tastefully decorated and a brilliant balance of rural and not too far from anywhere.
This gem of a property is a beautifully presented and luxurious Nefyn holiday cottage. Enjoy magnificent views of the sparkling waters from its commanding position. It can be rented together with Tir a Mor 1329.
Ty Gan y Mor is a stunning property in an outstanding location, the views are truly superb from its elevated position with panoramic views of the sweeping bay of Porthdinllaen and across to the Anglesey coastline.
The interiors are effortlessly stylish and will inspire any budding interior designer. There are interesting, carefully chosen accessories throughout the house striking a nautical theme which help enhance the enjoyment of the property.
From the beautifully appointed kitchen with its pale grey units, the French doors lead out onto the garden terrace - perfect for enjoying a morning coffee and soaking up the views.
Follow the wide spiral staircase that leads up to the first floor sitting room, and prepare to be wowed. This is a large, fabulous room with glass gable end and doors out onto the balcony to enjoy the panoramic views.
In the evening, it is the perfect place for relaxing with pools of light from the beautiful lamps, unwind on the roomy oatmeal coloured sofas and chairs, cosy and comfortable after a day out exploring.
The master ensuite bedroom is just off the sitting room - luxurious with cream French furnishings and striking pale pretty fabrics. There are two more bedrooms on the ground floor, 1 Kingsize bedroom and 1 Bunk Bedroom, both beautifully appointed.
Outside the long stone terrace is surrounded by colourful borders of pale yellow rose bushes and vibrant pots of geraniums. Steps from the terrace lead down to the sheltered lawn, enjoy meals out on long summer evenings as the sun sets and light fades.
There are two small ponds with seating areas just beyond the house, from these peaceful vantage points choughs, red kites, cormorants and buzzards can be spotted and dragonflies hovering over the still waters.
Prepare to be enchanted with this delightful property and its surrounding grounds. For large gatherings up to 12/13 of family and friends why not book the equally lovely sister property Tir a Mor (ref .1329)
Beaches & Coastal Path
From the property take the public footpath which can be joined half way down the drive to the house descend into the village and join the coastal path here dipping down to Nefyn's wide sweeping bay a delightful sandy beach with colourful beach huts.
The path then winds its leisurely way along the clifftop dipping down to Morfa Nefyn beach walk along the beach in low tide to the former smugglers' cove of Porthdinllaen (NT) and enjoy a drink on the water's edge at the famous Ty Coch voted the 3rd most popular beach bar in the world! This is a unique location what could be better than sitting on the pub wall at high tide with a pint and feet in the water.
Nefyn Golf Club
Golfers holidaying in Wales always have this course on their agenda. Set on the clifftop just above Porthdinllaen its probably the most photographed course in Wales easy to see why as the location is spectacular and the course challenging.
Places to eat
Why not enjoy a hearty breakfast at the Porthdinllaen Cafe on Golf Road just before a game - hearty fisherman's breakfast or children's favourite Americana breakfast with bacon, pancake, banana and maple syrup!
The Bryncynan Arms on the outskirts of Nefyn is excellent as is The Ship - a gastro pub in Edern a few miles further along the Peninsula.
Twnti seafood restaurant is highly recommended and Plas Bodegroes is very special. Booking advisable at both establishments.
Plas Glyn y Weddw
Wales's oldest art gallery set in a dramatic location this Gothic manor house makes a perfect exhibition centre with artwork by renowned Welsh artists. Eat in their conservatory cafe or out on the lawn in good weather.
The Land's End of North Wales is a small white washed village completely unspoilt with the National Trust buying land to deter development of the area visit the new visitors centre and learn more of the history.
Buy crab and lobster here or enjoy these award winning delicacies in the Ty Newydd Hotel and The Ship Hotel in the centre of the village. Eat out on the balcony at the Ty Newydd and enjoy the views across the 2 little islands called Isle of gulls and the ancient church perched precariously on the clifftop.
Abersoch could not be more different a great yachting and watersport centre lively and fun with tables spilling out onto the streets from the pubs and restaurants. At its most vibrant best in August during regatta week and fun in September jazz weekend with bands playing along the streets.
Enjoy year round luxurious holidays in this Nefyn cottage on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula.
3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 (4 adults and 2 children up to 14 years).
1 Kingsize and 1 Bunk Bedroom both on ground floor. 1 Double bedroom with ensuite shower room on 1st floor.
Bathroom on ground floor with bath and rinse shower (no stand up shower).
Kitchen/Dining Room fully fitted pale grey units with electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, painted dresser and chest, long table with 6 chairs, patio doors onto terrace.
Sitting Room on 1st floor with glass gable end and doors onto balcony 2x2 pale oatmeal coloured sofas and snuggle chair plus 2 small children's chairs, coffee table, 2 glass circular tables with lamps, tv/dvd.
Grounds long stone terrace along front of property with border of pale yellow roses, pots of geraniums, dining table and chairs, garden furniture, barbecue, 5 steps down to lawn with bench. Communal lawn on right of property shared with Tir a Mor (Ref 1329). 2 small ponds nearby pleas take care with toddlers. 1 pond with seating area and decking
Short breaks - Winter
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes
Parking for 2 cars
Fuel electric underfloor heating inclusive May - September. £50 per week outside these dates.
Dogs Sorry no pets
Travel cot Yes on requestHighchair Yes on request
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