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Fron Fawr

Nefyn, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1008829)

4.9

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside

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19 Customer Reviews

  • "We had a great few days at the cottage!"

    It’s a lovely property with lots of character and well equipped with everything you need for your stay. It’s on a hill overlooking the village and the sea with some great views in clear weather. We wish we could have stayed a bit longer and would definitely consider booking again.

    Reviewed by DimitarDec 2021

  • "We had a great week at Fron Fawr."

    The cottage is perfect, spacious, clean and very comfortable. The view over Nefyn to the sea is wonderful. This is an ideal base for visiting the many beaches and places of interest on the Llyn peninsula. Our favorites were Criccieth Castle and Whistling Sands. We would love to return one day. Many thanks.

    Reviewed by BrianOct 2021

  • "We have had a wonderful stay at Fron Fawr, the cottage is isolated above the village but absolutely amazing, it has everything and more you can think of needing (apart from mobile phone signal, almost non existent on 3)."

    There is lots of space both indoors and out with lovely views over Nefyn and the sea. We would certainly recommend this to anyone and would certainly consider visiting again if available in future. I think the only issue we had was with the track up to and in front of the house, we didn’t expect it to be quiet so steep, narrow and rugged up towards the house and how often it is in use, literally outside the front door. Near to great beaches, lovely walks, wonderful places to eat and fabulous activities & adventures.

    Reviewed by HeatherAug 2021

  • "Nefyn is a great location on the Llŷn peninsula."

    Nice beach with cafe, but not manic like Abersoch. Interesting maritime museum. Great location to explore the area. Newly refurbed local pub also.

    Reviewed by DavidAug 2021

  • "Great location and lovely views."

    Garden space also fantastic for kids to run around in. I’d say the sofas and beds whilst functional could be a tad more comfortable but not a show stopper

    Reviewed by GedJul 2021

  • "The location of the property was beautiful, with views to the sea in the distance and a garden space that the children loved."

    The internal space was divided in such a way that the family could "do their own thing" without encroaching upon others, which was great. We found the accommodation really well equipped, and as a three generation family thoroughly enjoyed our stay! In addition the owners/housekeeping "team"were really friendly and helpful and made sure we were happy and comfortable.

    Reviewed by BrianMay 2021

  • "A great holiday house with stunning sea views, beautiful garden, spacious & stylish accommodation, plus easy walking distance to Nefyn shops and its long, sandy beach with no crowds!"

    We loved the various eating areas (both inside/outside) offering different sea views, and the peace and quiet of the location. Would thoroughly recommend Fron Fawr as a base to explore the surrounding area or for a seaside holiday with kids.

    Reviewed by AlisonAug 2020

  • "Beautiful location - lovely to look over the village and see the sea whist having breakfast."

    House keepers easy to get hold of and responded very quickly and were very polite and helpful. (had minor problem with shower and TV during our stay)

    Reviewed by ShirleySep 2019

  • "Had a very enjoyable time, the bins weren't collected as stated in the information in the cottage, perhaps just a blip."

    Reviewed by JillAug 2019

  • "The recycling for this property is once every 3 weeks and if you are at the tail end of this cycle, which we were, there wasn't much room left in any of the recycling boxes."

    There was a recycling centre mentioned in the property information but this didn't seem to exist any more. We therefore had to take about 3 big boxes of recycling home with us in the car, which wasn't ideal. I just wanted to make the owner aware of this as perhaps they could get some more recycling boxes or offer another solution?

    Thank you for your feedback on the recycling. The blue recycling bins should be collected weekly as detailed in the information folder. However I have discussed this with the housekeeper who has informed me that unfortunately the bins were not collected for the 2 weeks in question. If this happens in future, we will ensure the recycling is taken away. Property Owner

    Reviewed by CatherineAug 2019

  • "The location was perfect but we were glad we were a group of FIT 60 + year olds , as the hill up to the cottage made for a good workout after a coastal walk !"

    A great spot to relax in nature and watch the changing sunsets with the bats . Loved the Lleyn coast path with its spectacular views and hidden gems . The food in the different secluded pubs was amazing - a real treat . If the evenings had been dark then the conservatory would have been impractical ,as the lighting in there was insufficient for reading etc so it was good to have a choice of sitting areas . I hit a problem with the en suite shower but Gill and Nigel were brilliant—- prompt and patient . Thanks to them . We did put the hoover round the conservatory as soon as we arrived to get rid of dead flies and wood lice but that is the countryside for you and we just needed to relax and not be so fussy . We slept well and enjoyed the various nooks and crannies in the garden .

    Reviewed by JenniferJun 2019

  • "Very comfortable cottage, home from house, stunning location."

    ..Would love to return.

    Hulme FamilyNov 2018

  • "Absolutely stunning property."

    Lovely views, well equipped. Good location, with lovely walks into the town and beach from the front door.

    Jonathan LumleyOct 2018

  • "Lovely, welcoming, user-friendly house in an excellent location."

    Easy to walk into the village to shop and pop down to the beach, but nice to be above it all and enjoy the view. Well equipped without unnecessary fanciness. We gradually got used to driving through the narrow lane!

    Jul 2018

  • "Cottage is great, comfortable and clean."

    Jul 2018

  • "Fair price."

    Access road hedge needs cutting.

    Jun 2018

  • "Perfect for our requirements as a family of grandparents, son, daughter-in-law and grandson and daughter and granddaughter."

    The property was very well equipped and the layout ideal. Our grandson loved playing in the conservatory! Having a utility room and downstairs loo was also useful. Minor criticism: we found the venetian blind in the ensuite bedroom very awkward! We realise refuse disposal is out of your control but we were very disappointed having saved all our glass and plastic bottles, tins and paper for recycling to find when we took them down to the village that the containers only took glass bottles and paper so we had to put all the plastic and cardboard in the non-recyclable bin.

    Lesley WittonApr 2018

  • "I can’t give it 5 stars as the cottage was freezing when we arrived as if the heating hadn’t been switched on for days, The majority of Menai cottages we’ve stayed in give the first logs free then you have to pay, it wasn’t the case here, we had to go and source some as soon as we arrived."

    When it did eventually heat up, it was cosy and very well equipped and met our needs. Not sure if the man in the bungalow just below the cottage has anything to do with it but we met him twice and he was very helpful, with a sense of humour. Miles hanging from the fence also weren’t pleasant to see, we live in the countryside and not encountered it before.

    Apr 2018

  • "We had a wonderful week, the only extra needed would have been a freezer compartment."

    HarrietJul 2016

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The property

Fron Fawr is a large holiday cottage sitting on a hillside overlooking the town of Nefyn, on the Llyn Peninsula.

Enjoying gorgeous sea views in the distance, you’ll never tire of sitting and looking out across the peaceful countryside that surrounds you.

However, you’re also just a short walk from Nefyn's pubs and shops. Enter via the front door and you’re straight into the kitchen-diner.

There’s a wooden table seating up to six people which is perfect for family meals.

Opposite is a comfortable seating space with a TV, two sofas and an armchair set around a large wood burning stove which keeps the space feeling cosy.

The kitchen offers a fridge, freezer, oven/hob, microwave, dishwasher.

The utility room has a washer and dryer and offers hanging space to store outdoor gear.

There’s a separate cloakroom with a toilet, hand-wash basin and shower, too. Head through into the intimate and cosy snug.

In here there are two comfortable sofas around a log burner.

With a TV with freeview and a DVD player, it acts as another area to relax. Each of the three bedrooms have wonderful views across the countryside to the bay in the distance.

The master bedroom has a double bed and an en suite with electric shower, loo and wash hand basin.

There’s also a king size bedroom and a twin. The family bathroom has a loo, wash hand basin, bath with electric shower over. The large conservatory is located at the far end of the house and boasts sea views.

There is a second wooden table in here that seats six and is great for a sunny-evening supper!

There is also a sofa and electric reclining chair which is the ideal place to relax with a glass of wine and watch the sun set. Fron Fawr has a large lawned garden which slopes gently down hill.

It offers amazing views of Nefyn and the sea.

Getting sunshine from dawn to dusk, sit out here no matter the time of day and enjoy the views!

Whilst you’re in a quiet location, you’re only a ten minute walk from the centre of Nefyn where you’ll find a couple of places to eat and drink and a post office.

The shops in Nefyn sell locally-grown produce, there’s one of the best golf courses in the world, along with the Llŷn coastal path and stunning vistas.

Importantly, you’re also close to one of the finest beaches on the entire Llyn Peninsula!

Whatever sort of holiday in North Wales you’re after, you can have it in Fron Fawr.

Summary

  • Three Bedrooms: 1 x double ensuite, 1x king, 1x twin
  • Three bathrooms: family bathroom with bath with electric shower over, loo, basin
  • Ensuite with electric shower, loo, basin
  • Downstairs cloakroom with loo and shower
  • Open plan living, kitchen and dining area with wood burning stove
  • Please note that there is no WIFI at this property.
  • Oil central heating, fridge, oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher
  • Bed linen and towels provided, 2 Wood Burning Stoves, TV with Freeview, Garden furniture, High chair, Travel Cot (no linen), Off road parking, 10 minute walk to the village
  • NOTE: Note: There is a field next to the cottage & the drive in front of the cottage provides vehicle access to the field next door for the owner to feed their horses and use the land
  • The garden is not enclosed. Note: The last hundred yards or so of the drive is unmade, so may not be suitable for sports cars.

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About the location

NEFYN

Pwllheli 7 miles; Snowdonia 25 miles.

The pretty coastal town of 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. The town offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants and is 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 water sports are all available. The Snowdonia National Park is 25 miles away, with its dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, Nefyn makes a superb base for a break.

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Region Information

Note: There is a field next to the cottage & the drive in front of the cottage provides vehicle access to the field next door for the owner to feed their horses and use the land. The garden is not enclosed.
Note: The last hundred yards or so of the drive is unmade, so may not be suitable for sports cars.
Note: There is no WiFi at this property.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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