A bright, fresh wooden-clad lodge on the outskirts of Morfa Nefyn in North Wales.
Nestled in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this cottage is the ideal spot for a group of friends or even a small family to come for a relaxed break.
The living room and dining area is refreshing and airy with comfortable seating and a TV with DVD, the room is complete with some fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.
Despite being a ground floor lodge, the kitchen in Y Caban Clyd is spacious and very well-equipped with modern fixtures and fittings.
This cottage also comes with a stylish shower room and two cosy bedrooms that have plenty of storage and delightful bed linen.
Outside is a fantastic, extensive decked area with ample furniture and a luxury 6-man hot tub along with some incredible views of the hills and fields nearby.
Y Caban Clyd comes on the outskirts of Morfa Nefyn in Gwynned, a delightful village on the coast which offers a fantastic beach as well as shop, cafe and a pub/restaurant.
It proves itself to be either a fantastic location for a calming, tranquil holiday or even a base for exploring some of the most fantastic coastal towns in North Wales.
Pwllheli and Abersoch are within easy reach, two of the most popular coastal resorts in the area.
They offer fantastic seaside entertainment as well as a good range of amenities and things to do.
Y Caban Clyd, translating into English as 'The Cosy Cabin', is just that.
About the location
Nefyn 1.5 miles; Pwllheli 7 miles; Abersoch 11 miles.
The pretty coastal village of Morfa Nefyn sits atop sweeping cliffs on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula, and features a fine two-mile stretch of sandy beach, popular with families. Morfa Nefyn, meaning little Nefyn, has a Post Office, a wonderful village shop with a cafe, two pubs and restaurants. The nearby town of Nefyn also offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and both are within reach of the amenities of the popular towns of Pwllheli and Abersoch. The coastline around this region is dotted with castles and coves, while fishing, sailing and watersports are all available. The Snowdonia National Park is 25 miles away, with its dramatic scenery and superb walks. Most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust and there are many remote bays, sandy beaches, cliffs, and wildlife havens like Bardsey Island to explore. The Llyn Peninsula is itself renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walking. Also within easy reach are Portmeirion and the Isle of Anglesey. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, Morfa Nefyn makes a superb base for a break.