Sleeps: 4 + Cot
Price: £350 - £690
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire
Ffrwd is the quintessential seaside holiday cottage in Nefyn on the Llyn Peninsula. A lovely mix of interconnecting rooms, white washed walls, lots of colours, textures and traditional furniture will make a stay in this two bedroom cottage a real treat.
The sitting room is the absolute hub of this cottage. The white washed walls next to the exposed stonework gives that feel of modern, rustic. The mismatched sofas, chairs and cushions with the traditional pieces like the grandfather clock, large pieces of furniture and the log-burner just make it all feel so welcoming – you just know you are on holiday.
Two stone steps bring you up into the kitchen which is very in-keeping with the rest of the house and the owners have used the space well. Lots of homemade shelves against a wooden wall adds to the charm of a seaside cottage feel. It is basic, but has all the modern appliances you will need.
An open staircase from the sitting room brings you to the bedrooms. The first is a double with a wrought Iron bed, floor boards and splashes of colour mixed with tradition – you just feel you will sleep well here! The twin room is through an interconnecting door. Again, gingham duvets, floor boards and rocking chair alongside a bookshelf of books and games just says it all – quintessential holiday cottage by the sea.
The bathroom has a bath and shower overhead arrangement – the wooden walls, china jug and wash bowl bring it altogether with the rest of the house.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided (no cot linen provided)
Ffwrd is located in the seaside town of Nefyn – a very popular place to visit due to its coastline and unspoilt sandy beaches. There is a golf course and a handful of cafes and pubs in the town itself, the most famous being the Ty-Coch which is listed in the top 10 beach bars in the world no less.
10 mins drive south will bring you to the the town of Pwllheli where you will find the larger supermarkets for supplies along with a great selection of cafes and restaurants. Plas Heli, the sailing academy is located here and so lots of sailing opportunities. Dragon Raiders is based just outside the town and where you will find adventure activities like the Bear Grylls Survival Academy along with paint-balling. Glasfryn Parc is also near by and they offer wakeboarding, karting and bowling.
Head west and you will come to Llanbedrog and Abersoch. A beautiful art gallery by the beach is here and certainly worth a visit as a showcase to local artists along with a great cafe! Abersoch is a thriving place during the summer and where surfing is popular – again lots of restaurants and shops here.
Bardsey Island is just off from Aberdaron; a quiet but very beautiful village at the end of the peninsula. Coming back around the north side of the peninsula is where you will find all the hidden coves and beaches.
The Snowdonia mountains and adventures of Zip World, Surf Snowdonia and whitewater rafting are all within an hour and half drive.
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