Bedroom 2Small double
Welcome to Peveril, a historic fisherman's cottage in the picture-perfect village of Morfa Nefyn, on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula. Just a few minutes' walk to the long stretch of sandy beach at Porthdinllaen, and The Cliffs restaurant and pub, this is where magical holidays begin.
Sleeping up to four adults and two children in three bedrooms, this characterful cottage on the beautiful Welsh coast offers all the modern comforts required for a wonderful family holiday or couple's getaway.
A warm welcome awaits as you cross the pretty, enclosed courtyard garden, with its fragrant lavender beds and potted plants, designed to integrate seamlessly with the cottage exterior. A great spot to sit out with your morning coffee or evening sundowners.
Walk straight into the comfortable open plan living space, which provides a delightful patchwork of locally-sourced and eclectic beach chic fixtures and furnishings in subtle blues and creams. The log-burning stove and spacious sofas provide a perfect resting place after a day exploring north Wales.
Walk from the sitting-area through to the dining-room and above you'll see a huge beam, once the mast from an old Welsh sailing ship. The dining-table can accommodate up to eight guests, ideal if you have friends staying nearby.
A fully equipped, Shaker-style kitchen provides all the cooking equipment you could need and a mouth-watering choice of cookery books. The backdoor out of the kitchen leads to your private car parking area, just a few yards away.
Heading upstairs, the three bedrooms are all on the first floor and have glossy white painted floors and white walls. The main bedroom faces the front of the house with patio views and the small (four foot) double, perfect for those wanting to cuddle up at night, faces the back of the property. The pretty twin bedroom is perfect for children, with themed linens and collections of books.
The family bathroom on the first floor has a bath with a shower overhead.
Nefyn, less than two miles away, offers a new look Spar with quality fresh meats from the in-store butcher, dairy goods, deli and bakery items, wines, beers and a great selection of Champagne. Your essential shop for home cookery enthusiasts, making the most of the large dining-table or outdoor dining furniture back at the cottage.
Travelling along the north coast heading west toward Aberdaron, a suggested stop off would be 'Cwt Tatws' at Tudweiliog, an intriguing shop and cafe above a long sandy beach at Porth Towyn. Aberdaron is land's end at its most idyllic. This fishing village was the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli, the Island of 20,000 Saints, otherwise known as Bardsey Island. Call into the National Trust's new interpretation centre, Porth Y Swnt in Aberdaron for an insight into Llyn's special landscapes, seascapes and rich cultural heritage. Be prepared to get blown away by the awesome coastal views from Mynydd Mawr headland. The village has two restaurants specialising in locally caught seafood and an award-winning fish and chip shop too.
The Llyn Peninsula has much to offer; remote islands, a hundred miles of stunning coastline, mystical hill forts, long sandy beaches and fishing villages with local restaurants, inns and year-round events.
There is so much wonderful scenery to explore that you will want to keep coming back, as one visit will not be enough.
Open plan living-room with galley kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner. Electric range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with small double bed (4')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (2'6'' recommended for children only)
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
- No pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Welcome to Peveril.
The cosy sitting-area has a gorgeous wood-burner.
The open plan dining and living area.
Bedroom 1 is a charming king room.
The kitchen is a lovely spot for rustling up a feast.
Sit outside and relax in the sunshine.
Lovely for sociable evenings planning your Welsh adventures.
Spend blissful evenings here.
Gather together and enjoy your holiday meals.
Peveril has lots of lovely details throughout. (wine not included!)
There's plenty of places to perch with a good book.
Cheese and wine nights - perfect!
Bedroom 1 with views to the front of the cottage.
Looking into bedroom 2.
Bedroom 2 is a cosy room with a small four-foot double bed (please note this is 6" narrower than a standard double)
Bedroom 3 is a pretty twin room, the beds are two-foot six-inches wide and recommended for children only.
The family bathroom with fitted shower (hiding behind the curtain)
Peveril is a characterful cottage located on a no through road that leads to the beach. Parking is to the rear (see the white Mini)
Evening drinks al fresco.
Time to relax.
This Cottage (the white cottage, 4th on the right) is 500 yards from the beach so simply turn right out of the gate and head for the sea.
The Llyn peninsula is stunning.
Porthdinllaen is a rather lovely fishing village.
This stretch of coastline is spectacular.