Sleeps: 6 + Cot
Type: Farm Stay, Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly
Close to beautiful beaches at Aberffraw, Rhosneigr and Newborough, this rural cottage is a brilliant base for a family holiday. Sleeps up to six guests.
Located on a small equestrian smallholding in the heart of the Anglesey countryside, the cottage comes with plenty of space outdoors for young explorers. Guests have access to a large children’s play area, where you can see the resident chickens along with the ponies Holly & Nemo that graze the adjoining paddock. It is a lovely family environment.
The single-storey stone cottage comes with three roomy bedrooms. There are two double bedrooms and one twin, and each room comes with its own en-suite bathroom, which is particularly handy if you are coming to stay with children and grandparents. The double rooms each have a wall mounted TV.
The main living space is bright and cheerful. A smart kitchen area is well equipped and comes with electric cooker and hob, toaster, kettle and all the crockery and utensils you might need for your hols. A large dining table seats six, and the sitting room area comes with an ‘L’ shaped sofa and a couple of easy chairs. There is wood flooring throughout, and comfortable homely furnishings.
Outside you have a private terrace with a dining table and barbecue, ideal for al fresco food and drinks. This traditional holiday cottage on the island of Anglesey is close to some of the island’s most beautiful beaches, with Aberffraw, Newborough and Rhosneigr close by.
If you are coming with a larger party, you can hire the cottage next door, Heliwr Bodorgan, which also sleeps up to six guests.
Sleeps 6 + Cot
Pets 2 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
You’ll find this traditional holiday cottage on the island of Anglesey in the heart of the Anglesey countryside. Close to beautiful beaches at Rhosneigr, Aberffraw and Newborough, it is a brilliant base for a family holiday.
If you don’t know Anglesey already, you’re in for a treat. The largest island in Wales, it is just a short drive from the Welsh mainland, but a million miles away from the daily grind.
If you have visited before, you’ll know that this is a brilliant place for nature lovers. The coastline is great for wildlife watching, with regular sightings of grey seals (usually in the autumn) and bottlenose dolphins and porpoise (usually in summer). It’s a haven for unusual seabirds too, including choughs, cormorants and puffins. If you like sea life, check out the Anglesey Sea Zoo for a fantastic weatherproof day out.
The wide sandy beach and dunes of Aberffraw are just a 10 minute drive away. Park in Aberffraw village and walk around half a mile along the sandy banks of the River Ffraw to get there. This is a beautiful rural spot with magnificent scenery and a distinct lack of crowds. At low tide you can walk to the far side of the bay, or follow the Anglesey Coastal Path to walk to the Church in the Sea at Porth Cwyfan. You can walk out to the 13th century church at low tide.
Newborough Warren is a 15-minute drive from the cottage. This is a truly enchanting place where pine trees roll down to sandy dunes and marram grass, a shallow sandy beach and the tiny Llanddwyn Island. Legend has it that this was the 5th century home of Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. Now the island is home to a beautiful Celtic cross, a lighthouse, wild ponies and the most spectacular mountain views. You can walk to the island at low tide. On your way, look out for red squirrels in the Newborough Warren reserve.
The nearest town to this traditional holiday cottage on the island of Anglesey, is Rhosneigr. This is a fab place for anyone who loves a great expanse of sand, rock pooling or exploring sandy dunes. Rhosneigr is popular with surfers and kite surfers, and there are a couple of surf schools and places to hire if you fancy having a go. There is a buzz to this popular seaside town, which has plenty of family-friendly places to eat out and some nice independent shops.
As well as the surfing and kite surfing at Rhosneigr, adventure seekers might like to take a high-speed boat trip down the Menai Strait with Rib Ride, or a more sedate boat trip out to Puffin Island. There are plenty of adventure specialists offering activities like coasteering, kayaking, horse riding and gorge scrambling. And you’re just a short drive from the high speed thrills of Zip World at Bethesda.
Beyond the outdoor space at the cottage, younger families will love the rides and adventures at Greenwood Forest Park, and the butterflies, meerkats and assorted other animal friends at Anglesey’s Pili Palas.
If you like to dine out on your hols you’ll find plenty of fantastic places to eat on Anglesey, from fine dining at the award-winning Bull in Beaumaris, to rustic chic at The Marram Grass near Newborough, which is run by Great British Menu chef Ellis Barrie and his brother Liam. Dylan’s, in Menai Bridge, serves up delicious seafood and pizzas with spectacular views across the Menai Strait to Snowdonia.
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