The Stables 2, Nefyn Bay, North Wales
The Stables 1 is part of our Llŷn Peninsula collection. The Llŷn Peninsula collection comprises of traditional stone cottages arranged around a central courtyard. Nearby you'll find beautiful Nefyn Bay with it's long stretch of sandy beach and picturesque coastline and just 30 minutes away is the Snowdonia National Park.
The Stables 1 sleeps up to 2 people and has a characterful and luxurious feel. There is 1 master bedroom containing a super-king sized bed with an en-suite bathroom. The bedroom can be arranged as a double or a twin bedroom according to your preference and the bathroom has a shower over the bath. The living room has sloped ceiling with balcony windows which provide access to a spectacular sea view.
- This property is pet friendly! Pet Charge: £50 per dog
- This property is inaccessible to wheelchair users.
- Child Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- 1 Bedroom
- Wheelchair Inaccessible
- En-suite Bathroom
- 1 'Zip & Link' Bedroom
- Dining Area
- Washing Machine
- Linen & Towels
- Cot & Highchair (on request)
- Flat Screen TV
- Tumble Dryer
- Coffee Machine
- Sea View
- Shower over Bath
- Kitchen Utensils
Founded in 1832, the Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest independent railway in the world. The train takes you on a 13½ mile journey up into the mountains of Snowdonia. The journey into the mountains is sure to impress you with its breath-taking views of ancient forests, glassy lakes and roaring waterfalls.
Outdoor Adventure Course
An hour away is the ‘Go Ape’ tree top adventure course the perfect way to inject some adrenaline into your holiday! However, if you prefer flying to climbing you should check out Zip World and take a ride across Penrhyn quarry on the longest Zip Wire in Europe! Reaching up to 100mph this is not an activity for the faint hearted!
Llyn Peninsula consists of hundreds of miles of coastline, which stretch around all three sides of the peninsula. The clear waters of Nefyn Bay are right on your doorstep whilst the sandy expanses of Whistling Sands are just a short distance along the coast.
Glasfryn Parc is a great day out for all the family. Your day will be action packed as you try your hand at go-karting, quad biking, wakeboarding, or even archery. The park has a Farmers' Market on the first Saturday of every month from 10am – 3pm and includes some of the finest produce and crafts that the local area has to offer.
Snowdonia National Park
This nature reserve is not only the largest National Park in Wales it is also the highest. Snowdonia’s National Park is home to the highest mountain range and largest natural lake in Wales. Mountains, lakes, forests, waterfalls, sandy beaches and sea cliffs all make up this dramatic landscape.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
The Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay has a huge variety of different species. With a brand new walk through the lemur enclosure and other exciting species such as snow leopards and brown bears this is not a day trip to miss! Top Tip: In October 2013 two new Red Panda Cubs were born so keep your eyes peeled.
Cycling is a wonderful way to explore the 91 miles of beautiful Welsh coast. The Peninsula roads are quieter and therefore ideal for cycling. The Ty Coch Inn situated on the beach directly below Nefyn golf course, makes for a great stop off point during your journey.
Abersoch is less than half an hour away and a great location for water sports. Wake boarding, sailing and water skiing can all be arranged locally under the guidance of an instructor. If you’re interested in sailing we recommend you check out Pwllheli in Cardigan Bay. Its famous marina is home to over 400 boats and is one of the biggest boating bases in the Llyn Peninsula.
Horse Riding - Llyn Peninsula
There are nearby horse riding stables within easy reach of the Llyn Peninsula. These stables offer trekking rides and a hack up Gam Fadryn Mountain. The route follows quiet country lanes and cuts across local beaches. This expedition is suitable for both amateur and experienced riders.
There are a good range of golf courses in and around Gwynedd. Nefyn Golf Club has brilliant sea views at every tee as well as a distant view of Mount Snowdon. The club has a welcoming attitude towards visitors and often has special deals for large groups. For a cheaper golf tariff head to Pwllheli Golf Club just a 20 minute drive away. The 9 hole course is very well maintained and offers a challenging round of golf.