Nefyn Cottages

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    Rhug Villa: Homely cottage in seaside village of Nefyn. Open fire. Garden. Off road parking. Family accommodation. Close to coast and beaches. Pub and shops 2 mins walk. Beach 15 mins walk. (Ref. 927106)

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    Tan y Bracty: A spacious duplex apartment in the heart of the seaside village of Nefyn. With miles of sandy beaches less than 2 minutes' walk from thedoo,r this is a delightful, family holiday cottage. (Ref. 14700)

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    Haddef: Beautiful luxury cottage with some wonderful features, offering quality accommodation, perfect for a couple. Superb kitchen and bathroom. King-size bedroom. Woodburner. Garden. Parking. WiFi. Shops and pub 3 mins walk. Beach 10 mins walk. Pwllheli 7 miles (Ref. 933742)

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    Dolfor: Delightful former mariner's cottage with character beams and woodburner. Excellent for all outdoor activities. Large sandy beach 15 mins walk. Pwllheli 7 miles. (Ref. 936228)

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    Fernlea: Lovely, homely detached property in a quiet residential location in the popular seaside village of Morfa Nefyn. Good family accommodation. WiFi. Woodburning stove. Conservatory. Dogs welcome. Parking. Beach, pub and shop 10 mins walk. Abersoch 11 miles. (Ref. 940379)

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    Linksway: Fantastic seaside apartment in Morfa Nefyn. Bright and spacious open plan living area. En-suite. Balcony. Shared use of games room, gym, sauna and steam room. Beach, pub and shop 5 mins walk. Abersoch 11 miles. (Ref. 927917)

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    Tywod Arian: Delightful, ground floor Morfa Nefyn self-catering apartment. Close to beach and seaside town. Three stylish bedrooms. Shared use of games room. Abersoch 12 miles. (Ref. 914795)

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    8 Tywod Arian: A pretty, well presented apartment located near Pwllheli. Open plan accommodation. Open fire. Garden with furniture. Close to the beach. Abersoch 12 miles. (Ref. 964203)

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    Upper Lodge: A character country lodge with open fire and woodburning stove. Woodland gardens. Ideal tranquil retreat all year round. Close to sandy beaches. Morfa Nefyn 3 miles. (Ref. 5025)

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    Bron Gors: Delightful, stylish, detached character cottage in village of Edern. Close to superb beaches and golf course. Morfa Nefyn 1 mile. (Ref. 14643)

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Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Nefyn, Wales.

Unwind at a Nefyn or Morfa Nefyn cottage on the Llyn Peninsula's spectacular north coast.

Framed by mountains and just a mile apart, Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn are both popular holiday spots, yet cleverly retain their Welsh character. Their biggest attraction is without doubt the long crescent of sandy beach - two of them, in fact, which merge into one - perfect for lazy days in the sun, splashing around with the kids, safe bathing and sailing.

Paddle along the water's edge to the pretty, pastel-painted village of Porthdinllaen, nestling alongside the sea and owned by the National Trust. Look out for marine life along the way like crabs and sea anemones - even seals basking off the rocks on the far horizon. Then enjoy a beachside lunch at Ty Coch, a renowned watering hole offering tasty delights in the most idyllic of settings. Walk off the calories exploring the headland above the beach, home to the Nefyn Golf Club, boasting 26 holes of incredible play.

Those with an interest in local history will find evidence of Iron Age settlements close to the villages - climb Garn Boduan for remains of a hilltop fort and amazing coastal views. Years ago, the villages were centres for herring fishing and there's an interesting exhibition in the Old St. Mary's Church - the latter a popular stopping place for pilgrims en route to Bardsey Island.

And whether it's a Nefyn or a Morfa Nefyn cottage you choose, both these villages cater well for the holidaymaker and guarantee a truly relaxing escape in this beautiful corner of Wales.