Sleeps: 4 + infant
Price: £430 - £850
Type: Farm Stay, Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
Ty Chi is a two bedroom holiday cottage near Newborough beach. Sleeping four, this beautiful and elegant barn conversion has the added benefit of a private garden with great views towards the Menai Strait and out over the mountains of Snowdonia.
Set on one floor, the cottage has a central open plan living room flanked by two ensuite bedrooms. High vaulted ceilings, accompanied by floor to ceiling windows look absolutely stunning in the living room. With the addition of a log fire, this central space is both bright and welcoming at the same time. The decor is clean and modern with splashes of colour and vintage inspired pieces throughout the property. It all comes together giving a really lovely cosy feel whilst remaining fresh and vibrant.
The kitchen has everything you will need to cater for your group and is furnished with modern kitchen units and high spec appliances. The dining area is a move from the modern kitchen look with a vintage inspired set of chairs and table. The sitting area has modern sofas and chairs which are positioned perfectly to sit back and take in the wonderful views or to watch a film in the evening.
The two bedrooms lead off from the main room. Both ensuite, there is a double and twin. Both have been finished with lovely soft furnishings and lots of thought and care has gone into the decoration, making them very comfortable and inviting rooms – a good night’s sleep will be had by all!
Sleeps 4 + infant
Pets 1 Small Dog Max. (£30 pet supplement)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Not provided
Situated on the south western tip of Anglesey, the stunning Newborough forest and beach is a fantastic place to be. Home to the famous Llanddwyn Bay and Twr Mawr lighthouse, the beach itself is wide and open and a great place for swimming and watersports. The neighbouring forest has a number of walking and cycling trails running through. Perfect for days out whatever the weather.
By the cottage, there is lots of open space including a paddock with horses immediately in front. The private patio to the front of the property is a great place to sit back and take in all the views – it will certainly be a place to relax in the evening having dinner with a glass of wine in the summer evenings.
There are plenty of walking and cycling options from the cottage so if you have bikes, be sure to bring them with you. Anglesey has lots to offer. It is of course home to the village with the longest name: LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLLLLANTYSILIOGOGOGOCH (Llanfair PG to the locals) It’s always great to go and get your photo op in front of the station sign!
Beaumaris Castle is a must to see – part of Edward I’s ring of fortresses, which included Caernarfon, Harlech and Conwy, it is said to be the most technically perfect castle. It is now a world heritage site.
There are 5 lighthouses on Anglesey and South Stack on the north west coast is probably the most famous as it is still in use and once you’ve gone down the 365 stairs to get to it, you can go inside and see how it works.
The Rib Rides along the Menai Straits is very popular – going along at high speeds is great fun – there are various different trips you can take. The skippers are very informative on the great history of the area and what you can see.
Other great things to do include a visit to Plas Newydd, Plas Cadnant, Pili Palas Butterfly Farm, Anglesey Sea Zoo and the Anglesey Race Circuit.
There are great restaurants and cafes across the island giving you a great choice of options. You are also only 30 minutes away from other towns including Caernarfon and Bangor.
For more information, you might be interested in this post we did on things to do in Anglesey.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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