Gaze out to sea from under your plump duvet, enjoy romantic meals with a view to die for and stroll along the beach at sunset. A true castaway experience awaits from the moment of arrival in this luxury studio beach retreat. We promise you can not get much closer to the elements. Be it a romantic getaway or a solo adventure this quirky self-catering bolthole is perfect for those looking for a unique coastal hideaway.
Enjoy dramatic storm-watching vistas from your bird’s eye vantage point. Wrap up in blankets and watch the wild crashing waves with a steaming cup of cocoa. The Nest gets you close to feeling off grid without compromising on any modern luxuries. The interior styling takes inspiration from the cool blues of the ocean and the white of the crest of the waves. Huge, it is not but the open plan layout ensures you don't miss out on us time just decide who is making the tea! Fresh and simple is the order of the day at this understated luxury beach chalet.
Adrenaline lovers can push themselves to the limit surfing, wakeboarding, diving or kayaking through hidden coves with a local coasteering guide. Ramble the hundred miles of coastal and mountain paths home to great swathes of seasonal flora and fauna and look out for dolphins, seals, oystercatchers and choughs among other rare breeds.
Imagine... pack a bag, grab your toothbrush, drive along the coast and look forward to a romantic rendezvous in the privacy of the elevated chalet in one of Wales lesser known holiday destinations, with unspoilt ocean views as far as the eye can see.
Sleeps: 2 Adults Only
Bathroom: Modern shower room with WC, sink, demist mirror, shaver socket, heated towel rail, toilet roll
Kitchen: Fully equipped, small dishwasher/oven, hob, fridge with freezer compartment, Nespresso coffee machine with Aeroccino - bring your favourite flavours with you. (microwave on request)
Bedroom: Studio beach chalet with Hypnos double bed, wardrobe, full length mirror, hairdryer, GHD straighteners, clothes steamer
Outside: Heated shower, dog wash spray, BBQ, al fresco dining, private site
Heated Outdoor Shower: Roomy enough for two!
Mod Cons: Smart TV, Free Wifi, USB sockets, dishwasher, DAB Radio with Bluetooth, Opti-Myst stove,
Laundry: All Linen, towels, tea & hand towels included
Heating: Included, double glazed property
Parking: Free of charge on road parking. No designated space
Children: Babes-in-arms only. No cot or highchair
Nefyn: Spar shop, good quality fresh & frozen food. Cash Machine. Off License. Kebab and pizza house. Indian restaurant. Hotel Restaurant & bar. Llyn Maritime Museum. A local Brewery with an excellent tour and. All within a 5/10 minute walk.
Morfa Nefyn: World renowned golf course. The Cliffs Inn restaurant & bar. Petrol station. Fishing Rod Hire (£10 per day) and DIY convenience store.
Porthdinllaen: Ty Coch Inn - 3rd best beach bar in the world! Porthdinllaen Café
Edern: The Ship - Excellent food and even better selection of Gins! Dog friendly. Adults only after 6pm.
All villages listed above are within a 5 minute drive
DOGS Very welcome! *PLEASE CONTACT US BEFORE BOOKING*
Large breeds max 1 Small breeds max 2
*Please be advised an extra £50 PER STAY is charged.*
*DAMAGE DEPOSIT: Cautionary damage deposit of £200 is requested which is held by TripAdvisor/Holiday Lettings and will be returned to you after your departure (to date we have never needed to claim, thank you to our lovely guests)*
*NO BOOKING FEES with this property* No Hidden Extras. All included.
SHORT BREAKS: Flexible arrival & departure. Minimum 2 nights stay. Minimum prices apply. We are happy to answer questions and provide quotes for any length of stay.
Weekday rates are based on a 4 night stay arriving on a Monday. Weekend rates are based on a 3 night stay arriving on a Friday.
A small harbour nestled in a beautiful bay. Visitors and locals launch their boats, canoes, jet and water skis, wind, wake, surf and kite boards from the beach all year round. The one and half mile natural bay provides enough protection for beginners as well as the enthusiast. The beach chalet is perfectly situated for day time fun and peaceful secluded evenings with the beach to yourselves.
If all that sounds too energetic visit the maritime museum just up the road or people watch on your decking and if you feel up to it, take a walk to Porthdinllaen along the Llyn Coastal Path above the chalet, a stunning walk not to be missed! A large semi-permanent seal colony can be found residing near Porthdinllaen and Nefyn golf course too. If you walk along the coastal path or shore for any length of time you stand a chance of seeing dolphins and seals all year round.
Nefyn beach is heaven for our four legged friends. Dog and Master can enjoy morning runs and evening strolls along the secluded beach - this is what dreams are made of, woof woof!
After all your activities your appetite will be growing and Nefyn has a well stocked Spar, a newsagents, Indian restaurant, café, kebab takeaway, hotel sports bar and restaurant and many more eateries are within a few minutes drive. Not to mention the amazing local Welsh produce you can find in the local area.
A dramatic cliff top world famous golf course is a spectacular round of golf, not to be missed by golf enthusiasts. Take a quick break at Hole 15 and walk down to the beach at Porthdinllaen and try a specialist local cask ale at the Ty Coch Inn, recently voted the third best pub in the world!
There are a few other restaurants and pubs in the village along with a life boat centre. Park at the golf course and walk round the headland to see the seal colony, life boat centre, iron age fort, square lighthouse and more magnificent views.
An old fishing village with a strong heritage to the sea. You can only reach it on foot or boat and it's well worth a walk for a drink at the third best beach bar in the world - Ty Coch Inn - not to mention the stunning views.
A bustling popular welsh fishing village with internationally recognised sailing waters, restaurants, bars, designer shops and long sandy beach is why Abersoch is popular all year round. At peak times throughout the year the village is very busy and advanced booking for restaurants and activities is advised.
Why not try a new sport for a few hours - surfing, wakeboarding, angling, windsurfing, horse riding, diving, golf and many more. Book to avoid disappointment. Hell's Mouth is a well known surf spot and a group of approximately 150 seals inhabit the islands of St.Tudwals off Abersoch and they sometimes join you in the water!
Many climbers consider it the best bouldering venue in North Wales - it certainly has climbing of an exceptional quality.
Small beach with a pretty waterfall and as legend has it, the possible location of one of King Arthur's battles!
The town is full of character with its narrow streets which have many independent shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants, as well as award-winning fish and chips, traditional Welsh ice-cream and seaside rock. There are the obligatory souvenirs, buckets and spades etc as well as major supermarkets. The harbour has a long history, wines from the continent were imported through here and the coast was a haven for smugglers and pirates. The beaches are at the end of a long promenade and awarded the European Blue Flag Award.
Pwllheli Marina is thought to be one of the best in Britain and has some 400 berths. It is designated a 'European Centre of Excellence' in sailing and also the venue for a number of national as well as international sailing and water-sports events.
Plas Heli Sailing Club has been voted the 'Best Sailor's Bar in the World'! And it's not just for sailors. Anyone is welcome at the friendly bar and cafe with views over Snowdonia.
Pretty village at the end of the peninsula. People enjoy the beaches, restaurants, gift shops, cafes, boats trips to Bardsey Island and more. Along the single track roads and small villages along the way you can find local fresh produce too.
Situated just to the southwest of Aberdaron - there are fantastic views of Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) from Mynydd Mawr, with parking facilities and a small tea room.
Is noted as a place of pilgrimage since the early years of Christianity, but there are signs of settlements on the island that date from earlier periods. The Island is a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest which has both nationally and internationally important wildlife. Atlantic grey seals are to be seen in the rocky bays of the island. A small number breed on Bardsey each year. The island lies in the spring and autumn migration paths of many birds and is home to the eye-catching choughs and oystercatchers; it is also common to see herons, peregrine falcons, wheatears, warblers and little owls, as well as sea birds such as gannets, razorbills, shags and a large colony of Manx shearwater. Recent evidence suggests that puffins may be colonising the island too. Not to mention more Risso’s dolphins and harbour porpoises are frequently seen in the waters off the island.
Other alternatives activities we have tested and enjoyed but there is so much to see and do, why not tell us your favourite finds?
- GlasFryn Farm Shop and wakeboarding.
- Plas Heli Sailing Club, recently voted 'Best Sailor's Bar in the World'! Different sailing events and restaurant offering, lunch, dinner, Sunday lunch.
- Oriel Plas Glyn-Y-Weddw, amphitheatre, art gallery and café with open air concerts, woodland walks, located locally in Llanbedrog
- Zip World, the longest and fastest zip wire in the world. Travel up to 100mph and have a view of Snowdonia or Bounce Below in the caves on giant trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels
- Caernarfon Airport, pleasure flights from as little as £49 per person. Fly over the stunning Llyn Peninsula. To book a flight allow 2-3 days notice.
- Surf Snowdonia, the perfect wave every time at the Wavegarden.
There are numerous activities from dolphin and seal boat trips (not to be missed), walking, fishing, surfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, canoeing, train rides, castles, welsh speaking lessons and many many more.
If you require any further information on activities please do not hesitate to contact us