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Full of charm and character
Pretty stone cottage on the Llyn Coastal Path
Enjoy views over the garden whilst rustling up a bite to eat
Light and bright well-equipped kitchen
Natural light floods the dining room with views over the garden
Time for a bite to eat
Sit around the dining table and enjoy a meal
Head up the staircase to the lounge
Relax on the sofas, plan your activities or watch the Sky TV
Enjoy a good book and embrace the views over the garden and out to sea
King-size-bed with lovely bed linen for a good night's sleep
Spacious first floor bedroom with views over the garden and towards the village and church
Take a refreshing shower or relax in a bubble bath
Lovely groundfloor twin room for children or adults alike
Comfy twin beds for a good nights sleep
Sit back and relax on the patio
Time for tea, coffee and cake
Relax under the shade of trees
A plantsmans garden with colour and interest all year round
Beautiful garden with lawn, shrubs and specimen plants
Join the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path from the front doorstep
Sit by the water feature for bird spotting
Pop to popular Abersoch
Join the footpath to explore the coastline
View of neighbouring Church
View towards the sea from the entrance
1 / 26  Full of charm and character
2 / 26  Pretty stone cottage on the Llyn Coastal Path
3 / 26  Enjoy views over the garden whilst rustling up a bite to eat
4 / 26  Light and bright well-equipped kitchen
5 / 26  Natural light floods the dining room with views over the garden
6 / 26  Time for a bite to eat
7 / 26  Sit around the dining table and enjoy a meal
8 / 26  Head up the staircase to the lounge
9 / 26  Relax on the sofas, plan your activities or watch the Sky TV
10 / 26  Enjoy a good book and embrace the views over the garden and out to sea
11 / 26  King-size-bed with lovely bed linen for a good night's sleep
12 / 26  Spacious first floor bedroom with views over the garden and towards the village and church
13 / 26  Take a refreshing shower or relax in a bubble bath
14 / 26  Lovely groundfloor twin room for children or adults alike
15 / 26  Comfy twin beds for a good nights sleep
16 / 26  Sit back and relax on the patio
17 / 26  Time for tea, coffee and cake
18 / 26  Relax under the shade of trees
19 / 26  A plantsmans garden with colour and interest all year round
20 / 26  Beautiful garden with lawn, shrubs and specimen plants
21 / 26  Join the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path from the front doorstep
22 / 26  Sit by the water feature for bird spotting
23 / 26  Pop to popular Abersoch
24 / 26  Join the footpath to explore the coastline
25 / 26  View of neighbouring Church
26 / 26  View towards the sea from the entrance

Holly Tree House - Ty'r Celyn

Nefyn (9mls NE), North Wales
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Sky TV
Quirky
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Quirky coastal property with lovely garden, sea views and walking and cycling routes from your doorstep
  • Abersoch, Nefyn, Pwllheli, Porthmadog, Criccieth and Caernarfon all within 14 miles
  • Visit the Maritime Museum, Portmeirion. National Trust Plas yn Rhiw, Criccieth and Caernarfon Castles
Property code: 56989

Stylish and quirky cottage with garden, in Clynnog Fawr village close to Nefyn. Perfect to unwind, enjoy activities and discover the very best coast, countryside and attractions on the Llyn Peninsula.

"Perfect to unwind on the wildly beautiful Llyn Peninsula is this quirky yet stylish cottage with a pretty garden and view towards the sea. The property is ideal for a small family of four and welcomes one dog. On the doorstep of the Llyn Peninsula Coast Path, this charming cottage offers all you need to enjoy a family holiday, complete with picturesque scenery.

In this reverse-level cottage, relax with your four-legged friend in the first-floor lounge with views over the garden, towards the beautiful coastline. Otherwise you could socialise together in the light and airy dining room or settle down on the comfortable sofas and enjoy Sky TV. The property has period features, interesting objects and thoughtful little extras to enhance your stay. The garden is a delight, attracting a variety of wildlife, while the paved patio area is the perfect spot to unwind after a full day out. So, indulge in al fresco dining, maybe a BBQ, and embrace the wonderful views from sunrise to sunset. Great for your pet, too, as there is a boot room by the back door to sort out muddy paws after all those long, glorious dog walks.

Located on the protected North coast of the unspoilt gem that is the Llyn Peninsula, it is close to the A55, just outside Snowdonia National Park in a central location to explore Nefyn (10 miles) and Pwllheli (11 miles). Caernarfon is 10 miles and Abersoch 18 miles. Enjoy sea swimming and other water sports or a paddle with your pooch on the dog-friendly beach at Abererch (11 miles). For breathtaking views, the highest peak in Wales, 'Mount Snowdon', is a short drive away with energising walks. "

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 king-size and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom
  • Electric oven and induction hob, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and dishwasher
  • Utility area with washer/dryer
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample private parking the property
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Pub 5 miles, sandy beach 2 miles and shop and gravel beach walking distance
  • Sky TV (standard package) in lounge
  • Lockable bike storage in garden
  • Iron provided
  • Linen provided
  • Towels included

Victoria Sutcliffe

This property is personally managed by Victoria.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 23 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Karen 7th January 2022

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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cottage was perfect for us, very comfortable with everything we could need. Lovely decor, clean and cozy. As there are limited options for dining out in the area we cooked every day in the really well stocked kitchen. We really appreciated the quality products and appliances, it makes such a difference. The gardeRead moren was great for the dog and even though it was January, we still got to have drinks outside in the sun. We would definitely recommend this cottage Hide

Reviewed by Hamish 29th December 2021

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Very well equipped cottage, we had a lovely new year break with our dog. Well positioned for easy reach of Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula.

Reviewed by Barbara 19th November 2021

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Lovely quiet cottage, comfortable and well equipped. Would recommend highly and look forward to coming back in May.

Reviewed by Jessica 15th October 2021

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We had an excellent stay the cottage was clean and comfortable and had great decor and easy layout suitable to us and our dogs needs. It was very thoughtful leaving the information book with instructions on how to use the appliances and heating and milk.butter and cake. The Cottage was in a quiet area and just 8min walk to the beach we enjoyed everRead moreyday with the dog. The location is great for traveling on days out. We loved the garden the best as it was clean and enclosed suitable for dogs. Hide

Reviewed by Judith 8th October 2021

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Beautiful cottage and very comfortable and clean. Near a busy main road but very quiet with the windows closed, but we wonder what it would be like with windows open in hot weather. Loved the upstairs lounge and the bird feeder that attracted so many varieties of bird was a bonus.

Reviewed by Kevin 1st October 2021

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Lovely cottage in a very quiet part of North Wales.

Reviewed by Nicola 24th September 2021

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Lovely cottage, very nice inside and was cosy with the gas fire and easy heating system - we went end sept so was chilly! Only downside for us on location was the closeness of the main road as we could hear it from the garden and didnt feel as peaceful as we expected. Coastal path is great nearby within a few miles but the stretch near the cottage Read moreis also on the main road. Hide

Reviewed by Joanne 27th August 2021

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Reviewed by Kirsten 13th August 2021

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This is a really beautiful cottage with comfortable beds and furniture, and a well-equipped kitchen with plenty of space. It's situated next to the ancient church of St Beuno, a pilgrim shrine on the Way of the Saints. We enjoyed some lovely evening strolls. Hootons Garden Centre, about 10 mins drive away, does delicious Welsh Black beef pies - higRead morehly recommend! Hide

Reviewed by Margaret 6th August 2021

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Lovely cottage & garden & a haven for birdwatchers. The girls spent hours watching various birds & squirrels visiting the bird feeders.

Reviewed by Linda 30th July 2021

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What a beautiful cottage, place is much larger within than thought and very private. Location was amazing go out of back gate to a short 5minute walk to beach. Travel by car to Mount Snowden in 40 mins tops. Garden very private and a real suntrap and next door is one of the most amazing churches. More than enough room for family of 4 and one large Read moreGSD dog and loved the way the lounge is upstairs affording brilliant views in every direction. Will most certainly try to book up again. Hide

Reviewed by Anneliese 9th July 2021

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Really enjoyed our stay, very comfortable. Location was perfect, and garden beautiful.

Reviewed by Philip 25th June 2021

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Reviewed by Andrew 18th June 2021

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The location of this cottage is perfect. It is next to one of Waless most important architectural monuments, St Beunos church, not far from Caernarfon, Conwy, Portmeirion and Bodnant and close to the coast path. The garden is lovely and the cottage comfortable and well appointed.

Reviewed by Marion 4th June 2021

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Everything was lovely. Will book again for next year.

Reviewed by Maja 28th May 2021

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A lovely cottage well located for visiting both the beaches in North Wales and Snowdonia. Clean and very well equipped cottage, newly renovated, very comfortable, lovely garden, highly recommended. We had a great holiday here, spending some time on the local beaches as well as hiking.

Reviewed by Christine 21st May 2021

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The cottage is quite simply perfect. Spotlessly clean; very well equipped and extremely comfortable. We particularly enjoyed watching the many different birds who visited the feeders including a woodpecker. There is also a lovely walk down to a pebbly beach.

Reviewed by Barbara 15th May 2021

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Another smashing break at this lovely cottage - our first visit in Spring, and the beautiful garden and its fabulous bird life was an absolute delight. Inside, Covid preparations and cleaning were first rate and much appreciated.

Reviewed by David 18th September 2020

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The cottage was ideally located for our walking holiday around the Lyn Peninsular, it was very comfortable and peaceful. On a bus route and had ample local amenities.

Reviewed by Lynn 11th September 2020

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A lovely cottage in an excellent location near to the coastal path and 10 miles from either Pwllheli or Caernarfon. Excellent modern kitchen facilities, comfy beds and living area. Be aware a downstairs bathroom and upstairs living area.

Reviewed by Sara 28th August 2020

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Fantastic find. Everything we could need for a peaceful week away. Dogs loved the beaches nearby and the amazing garden to play in Will be visiting again

Reviewed by Rob 14th August 2020

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Lovely cottage with ample charm and space inside and out. Our only criticism was the relative closeness to the main road which detracted from the otherwise peaceful surroundings.

Reviewed by John 7th August 2020

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Lovely cottage and garden in ideal location. Dog friendly.

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Full of charm and character
Pretty stone cottage on the Llyn Coastal Path
Enjoy views over the garden whilst rustling up a bite to eat
Light and bright well-equipped kitchen
Natural light floods the dining room with views over the garden
Time for a bite to eat
Sit around the dining table and enjoy a meal
Head up the staircase to the lounge
Relax on the sofas, plan your activities or watch the Sky TV
Enjoy a good book and embrace the views over the garden and out to sea
King-size-bed with lovely bed linen for a good night's sleep
Show 14 moreSpacious first floor bedroom with views over the garden and towards the village and church

Location

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