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Handpicked Cottages in Nefyn

The Nefyn holiday cottages in our portfolio are located in and around the pretty, charming and historic little seaside town that sits on the west coast of the Lleyn Peninsula. Here, visitors will find a tranquil atmosphere that lends itself to a peaceful retreat. Search through a varied range of holiday accommodation to find the abode of your dreams, whether that's a barn conversion; traditional or modern cottage; country home; townhouse or apartment. Many of the cottages come with lavish furnishings, such as hot tubs and log fires, making for a comfortable stay.

Our holiday cottages are perfectly-sized for any kind of holiday type, from romantic breaks, group get-togethers or family adventures. Our properties sleep two or more in high-quality surroundings, and many of our accommodation options are wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly should you require these options- simply look out for the easy-to-use key that will indicate which properties are suitable.

Guide to Nefyn

Nestled alongside the picturesque village of Morfa Nefyn, this quaint seaside town holds an intriguing historic backstory. During the 12th-century, Nefyn was one of the most important trading towns in Wales and thrived due to its boat-building industry; whilst from the 16th-century to the 19th-century, the town became a hub for fishing reflecting their iconic coat of arms that feature three herrings. Its importance in historic Welsh culture encouraged King Edward I of England to select the town as a host for the celebratory jousting tournament that marked his conquest in 1284.

Nowadays, Nefyn is more of a peaceful setting, with large sweeping crescent-shaped coastlines with crystal-clear waters and an attractive harbour at the western end of the town. The coastal path that winds along the curved coastline stretches out in both directions out of the town and offers wanderers the chance for some spectacular coastal views. Whilst in-land, there is a mini-market with a range of essentials, such as the post office, eateries and bank. There is also a fantastic golf course to while away the hours, with stunning coastal views that could very well put you off your game!

Things to Do in Nefyn

• Historical sites
• Beaches
• Restaurants and cafés
• Shopping
• Coastal walks
• Outdoor activities

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