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Three Bedroom Bungalow in Seaside Village Morfa Nefyn | Cae-Calch

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear Pub

Located on the popular Llyn Peninsula, Cae-Calch is a fabulous three bedroom bungalow in seaside village Morfa Nefyn. The location, on one of the most popular stretches of Wales coastline, is fabulous for outdoor lovers wanting to enjoy the best of the area. Sleeping six people in total, the spacious property is ideal for families or groups of friends.

The bungalow has a simple layout, with a mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings, creating a relaxing and cosy space to enjoy. Entering through the main door, a small porch opens into the spacious and modern lounge. French doors to one end allow in plenty of natural light. Two teal fabric sofas are located in an L shape around a modern wooden coffee table, with two additional contemporary designer leather chairs finished in a rust colour. Mexican pine side tables and chests are dotted around with a mix of table lamps for cosy evening lighting. A modern glass fire place is mounted on the wall above a slate hearth, and a TV is located in the corner of the room. The soft furnishings and central floor rug are brightly patterned in vibrant orange shades. A door leads from the lounge into a large kitchen diner, perfect for cooking and socialising. The modern kitchen features a built in electric oven with hob over, kettle and toaster. There's also a built-in dishwasher and fridge freezer within the stained wood finished units. An L shaped island counter provides additional countertop space, as well as being the perfect spot to grab a glass of wine or beer while chatting. Beyond the island, a six seating dining table is located in a bright space near the window.

The three bedroom bungalow in seaside village Morfa Nefyn features a twin room alongside a double and master suite. The twin room is simply decorated with two single beds separated by a bedside cabinet and lamp. A chest of drawers sits opposite providing adequate clothes storage space. The double room is a lovely space, with a double bed to the centre of the main wall, and pine bedside cabinets either side. A pine chest of drawers is located on the side wall, with a mirror over. A patterned throw over the bed adds colour, and the small touches such as the lampshade with detailing inside are a reminder of the design flair within the property. The master suite is a gorgeous room with a cream coloured metal framed bed taking centre stage. Two bedside cabinets, a large wardrobe and tall chest of drawers also feature, along with a fabulous brown leather chest at the bottom of the bed. The patterned throws and lampshades once again add design flair into this room. A door from the bedroom area leads into a stunning en-suite with a lovely modern freestanding bathtub. Shiny stone effect tiles on the wall contrast with the plum coloured wall paint and dark wood strip flooring. A perfect space to fill up the bath, and take a soak with a glass of wine after a day out exploring. The final room of the property, the family bathroom, includes a corner fitted walk in shower cubicle, basin and WC.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly
Near Beach
Near Pub
Welcome Pack
Cot (cot-linen not provided)
High Chair
Central Heating
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First Aid kit
Fire extinguisher or blanket
2 Pets
Freezer (not icebox)
Washing Machine
Iron and ironing board
Smart TV
Toys/ Games/ Books
Mobile phone reception
Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking

Floor Plans




Located on a residential street, the three bedroom bungalow in seaside village Morfa Nefyn also features a large private garden to the rear. Accessed via the kitchen from the side of the bungalow, or via French doors directly from the master bedroom, the garden features a spacious patio area with outdoor dining table and chairs. A few steps lead up from the patio onto a large lawn which is relatively private. It's a great socialising space, and perfect for al fresco dining on summer evenings.

The Morfa Nefyn location on the Llyn Peninsula makes it ideal to explore the stunning Wales Coast Path by foot. A short walk through the village leads to Traeth Nefyn (Nefyn Beach) with its long expanse of golden sand. Heading south west from the beach, or along a footpath through Nefyn Golf Club leads onto a small headland and the tiny fishing village of Porthdinllaen, famous for the Ty Coch Inn - a beachside pub which has been rated one of the world's best beach bars. It's an idyllic spot to grab a beer, and look out onto the bay, along with mountain views of Yr Eifl to the north. There are further coves to explore around the headland.

There are more dramatic stretches of coastline along the Llyn Peninsula which can be accessed along the coast path. With rugged sections of cliff top walks, interspersed with beautiful sandy coves and seaside towns and villages, the walks are scenic and relaxing. To the far end of the Peninsula, the small seaside resort of Aberdaron is quiet in contrast to the nearby vibrant town of Abersoch with its stunning beaches, restaurants and bars. Take a boat trip from the mainland to the Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), a beautiful island just off the coast that is a designated nature reserve and home to over 300 species of bird.

Beer lovers should head to Cwrw Llyn in the nearby village of Nefyn. A wonderful, small batch brewery, they offers tours and tastings as well as having a great tap room. Grab some local beers from the onsite shop to enjoy back home at Cae Calch. Families should consider a trip to Glasfryn Parc, located centrally on the peninsula and only a fifteen minute drive from the property. Glasfryn offers a whole host of activities including go karting, archery, crazy golf and a number of water based activities such as kayaking and Stand Up Paddle Boarding. The Llyn Peninsula is a wonderful holiday destination with so much to offer.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Nefyn

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Guest Reviews

Susan Skellam

We had a very nice week at Cae – Calch.
It was very clean and well maintained. A bottle of wine and Bara Brith was a nice touch on arrival, and appreciated. The secure garden was just right for our dog and little grandson who visited for two nights.
A 10 min walk to the beautiful beach was perfect. We’d have no reservations about recommending this property.

Sylvia Jones

Bungalow very nice. Well equipped, clean and comfortable. Perfect garden for dogs, nice and secure. Have stayed in many places in this location over the years and this one was the best. Ideally situated for walk or drive to beach(s) pub and shop. Would definitely book again.


Really lovely holiday home. Extremely comfortable and has everything you need and is very well equipped. Lovely comfortable beds and a lovely garden to enjoy. The location is perfect. Quiet location but very easy walking distance to the coast path, to the beach, to the local shop and fish and chip shop and to the fabulous local eatery which we frequented several times during our stay. There is a lovely cafe a few minutes walk too which we enjoyed coffee and breakfast at after walking our dog along the path by the golf course which takes you down onto Porthdinllaen beach and its famous Ty Coch Pub! Everywhere is very dog friendly and there are some other lovely towns and local beaches to explore nearby. We particulary liked the short drive to Aberdaron. All in all an excellent stay and we are already looking at when we can come back.


This was our second stay at Cae-Calch and we enjoyed it even more than our first time.
The house is very well equipped with everything needed, beds and sofas very comfortable and garden is lovely. Location is perfect for the beach, shop, pub and the fabulous cafe. All within a very short walk.
We will be back again!


Lovely home from home. Perfect location, short walk to the beach, shop, fabulous cafe, fish and chips takeaway, a lovely pub and the famous Ty Coch.
Beds and sofas very comfortable. Kitchen well kitted out. Garden is lovely and sunny and enclosed which was perfect for the pup and kids.

William Mulvey

A very comfortable house in a great location just a few minutes walk to the beach. Gardens were beautiful and provided much needed shade. Local shop very handy too. Rooms were airy and light and en-suite bathroom fabulous. Particularly liked having French windows onto both the front and back gardens. Great BBQ available although we did not use it.

Sara Harding

This bungalow is ideally placed to enjoy and explore the Lyn Peninsula, with easy access to many of our favourite spots. It’s in a quiet cul de sac and has a private enclosed garden to the rear (especially lovely with the hydrangeas in bloom).
Inside, the property is nicely furnished with comfortable seating and light, airy rooms. A little attention to some minor details would further improve the property. We enjoyed our stay.

Caroline Adamson

We spent a pleasant few days at Cae Calch during the heatwave. It’s in a quiet cul de sac which is just a few minutes walk down to the amazing beach but also only a couple of mins walk to the garage with its well equipped shop.
It was well provided with comfy beds, lovely lounge and a well equipped kitchen. The house was spotlessly clean. The weather meant we could eat outside in the back garden which was private and shady in the heat!
Communication with Ifan was prompt and friendly. We appreciated the wine and Welsh cakes!

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