Cottage in Nefyn 30 minutes from Snowdonia on the Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales -
We love North wales, especially the wildlife. There is nothing better than arriving at Nefyn, parking up for the week and going for a refreshing walk in the hills while spotting Ravens and Choughs on the way. The relaxed pace of life is so good at charging up the batteries.
Owner purchased this Cottage in 2002
Why Owner chose Pwllheli
A brilliant bolt hole from the pressures of modern life.
What makes this Cottage unique
There is no need to use the car as local shops supply everything you need for a relaxing break.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Ideally located, property is as described, locals all friendly and helpful, walking distance to beach, 4 bars, take-away, restaurant and shops
The mile long Nefyn beach is a ten minute walk from the cottage while more remote beaches such as 'Whistling sands' where the dry sand squeaks as you walk over it are a short drive away. Details and maps are kept in the cottage.
Those interested in natural history and walking will find plenty of interest. Last winter there were Choughs on the cliffs at Nefyn and the lanes are full of wild flowers in the spring.
Due to the distance from public transport use of a car is really essential to get around the peninsula. Pwllheli train station is approx 8 miles away. There are buses that travel between the villages.
Local food shops, bank, fish and chips, pubs and resturants are all within walking distance. Abersoch and Pwllheli with their thriving sailing and powerboat interests are an easy 20 minute drive away.
At the far end of the Peninsula Bardsey island has been noted as a place of pilgrimage since the early years of Christianity. There is a ruined abbey and the largest square lighthouse in the UK. Day trips from Aberdaron can be booked in advance from the Bardsey Trust website.