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Rhyd Angharad Barns

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  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Sky TV
  • Broadband / WiFi

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45 Customer Reviews

  • "Fantastic stay for all the family, spacious with fantastic views."

    Lovely rooms, and well heated. Only two small issues- the seal on the shower caused it too leak and the sofa’s were not suitable for all the family but by no means did it affect our holiday. We would love to return here it is a little gem.

    Reviewed by HannahOct 2023

  • "Second time stayed at the Barns ."

    Would love a log burner in living room and tv in kitchen to make perfect

    Reviewed by SammySep 2023

  • "Beautiful place and thoroughly enjoyed by all the family."

    Only negative comment I have is that there is only one t.v in the property. When they are two families all off different ages and with poor Wifi, we found it difficult to keep everyone happy in the evenings after a long day out. TV’s in the small bedrooms wouldn’t cost too much to add and would be a welcome addition for parents.

    Reviewed by StephAug 2023

  • "Amazing accommodation, modern and spacious with great views of the sea countryside and mountains!"

    Only downside was the low seats in the living room as we had 2 people in their 70s in our party but didn’t affect our enjoyment of the holiday. Kitchen had all facilities needed , great wifi in main living areas not so great in bedrooms. Gets quite hot due to all the windows but opening doors gave a lovely breeze. 2 min walk to local pub and beach a little further down but uphill on way back. One of the best places we have stayed in and would definitely book again if in the area .

    Reviewed by RachelJul 2023

  • "My wife and I spent 2 weeks here in late June."

    We had not been to Anglesey before and the situation of the property is superb, in a calm location with distant sea views, and was enhanced by the great weather. The property itself is well arranged and well equipped in the main. However, the Ligne Roset sofa set is a triumph of form over function, requiring as it does one to sit only a foot from the floor making getting up more difficult than necessary. It also has some ominous stains on its surface and smells of dog, as does the Henry vacuum cleaner when you use it. Dog lovers may not notice or worry about this, but we did not find this pleasant. The solar gain from the extensive windows is immense which is why we are advised to keep the blinds down at all times, which rather defeats the object of the wonderful views provided by the outlook. The polished concrete floors look impressive but are a serious safety hazard when the entrance doormat slides away on its surface as you set foot on it since there is no anti-slip device under it. We removed it for the duration. Apart from that we had a super holiday and there is a lot to see in the vicinity. The Lobster Pot Inn a short distance away is very good, if expensive, and the little Church Bay, within walking distance is attractive, although seemingly a magnet for dog lovers who allow their dogs free-range at all times. As you will have gathered we are not dog owners and therefore possibly have a more detached and objective view - others may not agree.

    Reviewed by NeilJun 2023

  • "This property is just lovely and in a lovely spot."

    The grounds and views are wonderful. Lots of parking. The walk to the beach is only a short walk down the hill 10 mins (a little longer back as it’s up hill!) A nice pub 2 mins walk away and seafood restaurant by the beach. The cleanliness of the house is what let it down for me and my family. It feels a little grubby and really needs a deep clean. The kitchen implements (knives, openers, peelers etc) need replacing. And it all feels a little tired. The sitting room furniture is not for the faint hearted, very low (but very trendy!) The storage in a couple of rooms is lacking so your have to live out of your suitcase if there for a week. All that said, we would return if those items were addressed. I think it’s a shame for the owners when it’s the cleaning that lets them down. It really would not take much to move this from 5/10 to 9/10.

    Reviewed by KateMay 2023

  • "We stayed here for a week with the family and our little old Jack Russell, Milo."

    What a beautiful place to stay! The property owners have thought of everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible, a real home from home. I miss those outstanding views, especially when the skies are clear and the sun is setting. Lovely evenings with the barbecue and a few drinks. Some great nights in the lounge with a takeaway and a movie and we used all the kitchen facilities every day with a full English to prepare us for our days exploring Anglesey. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us, definitely five star ⭐️

    Reviewed by PaulaApr 2023

  • "Beautiful house, with stunning views."

    Lovely big garden for the children to run around in, and perfect location with the breath taking Church Bay just down the road. We felt the house lacked a few things, one twin room had no storage for clothes or belongings, making it difficult to feel at home/un pack, lack of hooks in the bedrooms were a problem as we weren't able to hang belongings or towels on, one small airer wasn't enough space to dry 7 adults clothing and with the washing line broken we found ourselves having to dry things on doors/backs of chairs. Despite this we all agreed that all the essentials were provided, plus a few added extras with the books, dvds and board games, beds were comfy and the shower was very luxurious. We would stay here again if visiting the area. Thank you for a lovely stay.

    Reviewed by EstherApr 2023

  • "The only problum was we did not want to leave."

    It was a perfect break the cottage was lovely .We have had many holiday breaks in Angulsey.No disrespect to the other property's we have stayed in .But this one is the best ,the hole family loved it .

    Thank you so much for your lovely comments and we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay in our holiday home. Janet Property Owner

    Reviewed by FredMar 2023

  • "Absolutely stunning barn conversion with incredible views."

    We had a fabulous, family break in Wales. Hoping to book again soon.

    Reviewed by EmmaFeb 2023

  • "We had an amazing stay, beautiful property in a great location."

    Reviewed by DarrenFeb 2023

  • "The property was spotless and well maintained."

    It is in a very peaceful and quiet location. It has everything you need, and we would certainly stay again.

    Reviewed by LaurenceFeb 2023

  • "The barn was just as it was pictured, it was so neat and tidy and we had a great break and the owners have clearly thought of everything."

    The views and location were perfect.

    Reviewed by JanetJan 2023

  • "Excellent accommodation in a beautiful location."

    Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by StevenDec 2022

  • "Amazing stay cannot wait to book again for next year,just checking dates Excellent place wished we had booked for 2 weeks very sad to leave."

    PERFECT location to see all of the island , home from home .Perfect for couples as well as family,dog friendly

    Reviewed by SammyOct 2022

  • "Second time we’ve been to the Barns and will definitely return again."

    Facilities were just as good as ever. Nothing in life is ever perfect, of course, and yes, the seating is very low, particularly for those of us with hip replacements (2 of us) but this didn’t take away from a great week with a beautiful view if it rains! We had a small issue with the heating which was resolved same day. Wonderful coastal walks and would recommend The White Eagle near Silver Bay for food and a great walk from the country park at Holyhead over to South Stack with magnificent views.

    Reviewed by SallyOct 2022

  • "We had a wonderful 9 nights at this property."

    It has been beautifully designed with lovely comfortable furnishings throughout. The sofas are low and can be challenging getting up from, but they fit in perfectly with the interior decor. The super king floating bed is extremely comfortable. The location is perfect for walkers. We walked for miles along the coastal paths. It helped that we had gorgeous weather during our stay. The picturesque Church Bay is approx 10 min walk from the property, plenty of parking if you prefer to drive down as it is uphill on the way back. We spent every evening watching the beautiful sunset. Would suggest taking a torch for walking back in the evening as there are no street lights. Highly recommend this beautiful property.

    Reviewed by BelindaSep 2022

  • "We had a marvellous stay, the barn is spacious, well maintained and the views were amazing."

    The only downside were the sofas in the lounge. They were very difficult to get out of and because of this we spent most of our time at the dining table. That aside the beds were lovely and comfortable and we would definitely return. Our stay would have been perfect if a TV or radio was provided for the dining room. Thank you

    Reviewed by LesleySep 2022

  • "Fabulous location & stunning views."

    The sea can be seen also which is a short walk to the beautiful Church Bay. There is the Lobster Pot there too. The property had some really good points, including the exposed stone walls & vaulted ceiling in the kitchen. Amazing views from lounge area through huge windows. Very comfortable beds. However, overall there were some negatives. These may seem petty but added up. The roman blinds need changing, too much hard work opening/closing. The outside bin was full on arrival. The lounge area was very clinical with no character of a barn at all, this could have been done so much nicer. The whole property could do with some tlc & the owners really need to take on board the same comments on these reviews. This place has so much more potential to really have the wow factor.

    Reviewed by SarahJul 2022

  • "Lovely location."

    Great space. Loved the rustic style. Amazing beds. Beautiful walks, especially down to the beach. Fantastic beaches. Online food shopping is recommended. Could do with a good de-cobwebbing. Shower could do with a re-grout. Folder info could do with updating/checking - WI-FI password and contact number we’re incorrect. We had a great stay and would recommend the property.

    Reviewed by ClaireJul 2022

  • "Stunning barn conversion."

    Very comfortable and some lovely touches and unusual features. The view from the patio over Church Bay was amazing. We had a really lovely week.

    Reviewed by KatherineJun 2022

  • "The property itself was lovely."

    There were five adults but only one shower. A shower over the bath in the main bathroom would have helped. Also there were only two loungers in the garden (and no cushions) The bar b que was a good size but was too dirty to use. The high concrete table was weird! The garden is not toddler/small child friendly due to the absence of fencing of some sort to protect against falling over from the lawn onto the side driveway. I don`t want to sound too negative because overall we had a lovely stay.

    Reviewed by RobertMay 2022

  • "Property is overall nice and modern but getting a little tatty."

    Needs some tlc. Smaller bedrooms a little musty, dining chair was broken, loo roll holder broken, shower mouldy, extractor fan filthy, many of the roller blinds don’t roll up properly anymore and brackets broken. Small things but added up and could easily be rectified. A man turned up unannounced early on the Thursday morning to mow the lawn. Feel we should have been told this was going to happen. I was sitting in the lounge in my smalls having a morning coffee and he just came round the corner… very embarrassing. He also had his big dog with him which completely stressed out my dogs. If we had been told to expect him we would have made the necessary preparations ie been dressed, taken my dogs out of sight of his… also we hadn’t had chance to clear the morning dog poo up (it was before 9am) so it got chopped up and mown into the lawn…. Don’t understand why it couldn’t have been arranged for the next morning when we were checking out… Main bedroom: Large size, lots of draws and a wardrobe. Gets very hot even in colder weather. Fan provided but it’s one of those noisy industrial ones. No window to open. Blinds not good fit and let a lot of light in. Very bright at 5am. Bedroom faces road and house opposite so no privacy if blinds up. Bed was large and comfy. Shower room: Shower desperate need of mould treatment and extractor fan filthy. Need towel hooks. Nice shower, good pressure. Lounge: Low/soft sofas fine and comfy for us but understand some may have trouble getting in/out. They are separate pieces so do slide apart on the concrete floor. Sky tv was great, Wi-Fi only worked in lounge and was very slow/temperamental. Data on O2 was faster. Understand that’s the area not the house itself. Kitchen: No blinds and looks on to road and house opposite so no privacy. Well equipped kitchen in terms of utensils but no cooking oil, salt, pepper, kitchen towel, tin foil. Basics you might find in other cottages. Dishwasher worked well. Nice large F/F. Outside: The view was incredible. Note the garden is not enclosed and on an open plot. Dogs can easily access road to side and there is a steep drop at end of garden onto road below so would suggest bringing long training leads to stop then endangering themselves. Summary: It was nice to find a modern, contemporary property on the island and with a bit of maintenance and a few helpful additions, this property could be great.

    Reviewed by JenniferMay 2022

  • "For a large 4 brm barn, with 8 adults staying, a 2nd shower would be a good investment."

    We also bought some candles for the candle holders in the DR and some nespresso pods for the coffee machine. Be a nice touch to have some provided on arrival. The best thing about this place is the location. A hybrid of country side and coast line. To be able to sit outside 4 nights out of 7 in early May and see the lambs and Irish Sea was so enjoyable.. A great barn!

    Reviewed by SteveApr 2022

  • "The sofa is to low and you need to crawl off it before you can stand up."

    The outside table is unusable - to high. The views are stunning, nice beach at Church Bay.

    Reviewed by StevenApr 2022

  • "Wow..."

    What a fabulous place... Well worth the cost and long journey.. everything you could need and want. Thank you for sharing your home with us. Beautifuly presented, Clean, Warm and a lovely welcome.

    Reviewed by SharonFeb 2022

  • "Lovely place with beautiful views."

    Well equipped, warm and comfortable in the cold weather. On a personal level, I didn’t find the floating beds comfortable and the sofas are more like beanbags so not good for me as an older person.

    Reviewed by KarenJan 2022

  • "The property has amazing views and is in a quiet location."

    All basic items you would expect to find were available including sharp knives,blinds in all rooms and opening windows,( these had been previously lacking in other reviews) Property gets quite warm in the sun as three of the rooms have full length glazing but this was easily remedied by having doors or windows open. Comfortable beds,nice towels and linen. The designer settee is very comfortable to sit in but is low.However all of my 70-80 year old relatives managed to sit on it but did require a little assistance to get back up! Had no problems with bathroom smells or cleanliness. An enjoyable stay in a lovely property with ages ranging from 17-87.

    Reviewed by RachelAug 2021

  • "Fantastic holiday cottage in a lovely setting."

    Easy to book and good communication from Menai holidays. Very helpful information booklet provided by property owners. Would definitely book using Menai holidays again.

    Reviewed by LouiseAug 2021

  • "The previous mixed review are a fair representation of our own experience & can be summarised as a great property but not well executed."

    To start with the positives, the photos are a good representation of the property and the views from the lounge are an absolute highlight (although it does get very hot in there when the sun comes out). You can walk down to Church Bay (shown in the photos) and there are some fantastic walks and bike rides straight from the property. There is also a nice pub just a short walk down the road which is perfect for a drink with fantastic views. Things were not great at the property on arrival though. First hour spent clearing up dog mess and rubbish from the garden and then hairs/dirt from the bedroom drawers. The outside bin was already full to overflowing and wasn't emptied for 3 days, despite the instructions saying the aim was for the commercial waste collection service to be done on changeover days. The WIFI also wasn't working and it took 24 hours and 3 calls to Menai Holiday Cottages (the owners didn't respond) to establish that the owners were aware it wasn't working & had put a temporary solution in place but not communicated this. The WIFI was then fixed 3 days later when a BT engineer turned up unannounced to fix it. The bathroom does have some mould and there was also a cloth shoved into the shower waste when we turned up which looked gross & was holding back a horrible smell when removed. A proper shower trap cover then mysteriously appeared the following day - again a definite improvement but there was also no communication about any of this and all our stuff was been left unattended whilst someone had obviously been in. Once these initial issues were sorted we had a lovely stay but it definitely could have been so much better and didn't feel like good value for money, particularly given the 2021 summer premium charged.

    Reviewed by SarahAug 2021

  • "House is lovely but no window in master bedroom is a big problem ."

    . too hot to sleep. Shower room smells and needs sorting .. mould and toilet doesnt flush also bathroom toilet not good either. No sharp knives .. concrete table in garden is ugly and dangerous for kids plus no parasol for shade which is a shame as views are stunning. Some towels bleached stained. All outside doors need hooks on to keep open.I know that it states lounge furniture is low , but please change it .. so uncomfortable ! Need more coat hangers. Overall a lovely house with stunning views that with some tlc could be so much better … !

    Reviewed by SusanJun 2021

  • "Stunning accommodation in a beautiful place."

    Extremely well equipped . Beds really comfy. Only criticism would be the lounge seating which is quite uncomfortable and difficult to get out of . This wouldn’t stop us from booking again in the future . Absolutely loved sitting in the lounge watching the cows and sheep in the field next door . The perfect holiday home .

    Reviewed by AdrianJun 2021

  • "Absolutely fantastic place, very well equipped,great location."

    We will be booking again.

    Reviewed by BeverlyMay 2021

  • "The barn is tastefully furnished and made nice and cosy with underfloor heating."

    Lots of tableware, pans and kitchen utensils. A great size and comfortable beds. Outdoor area was super and our morning coffees with the sound of the lambs in the field opposite was a great way to start the day. Please be aware of two practical points when considering a booking: 1: the lounge furniture is extremely low and may not suit older clientele 2: the master bedroom has a door that can be opened on a latch but no window openings. Being on the ground floor this posed a problem for nighttime ventilation. We felt that the barn was spotless and care had been taken to ensure it was Covid safe. We have already recommended it to friends.

    Reviewed by JacquelineMay 2021

  • "On arrival bin in kitchen was broken (had to lift lid with hand given pedal ..."

    On arrival bin in kitchen was broken (had to lift lid with hand given pedal device was broken) and it was very dirty on outside and full of a mushy liquid in bottom we had to clean with boiling water - also three of blinds in one bedroom were inoperable and in permanent down position , Toilet in one bathroom continually ran - all reported to Menai holidays but only the toilet was fixed despite promises to send someone to mend blinds during our stay we later discovered no outside chairs (just frames no actual covers) tv and sky system didn’t work properly kept having to re boot sky box at least 3 or 4 times each night there is some sort of issue as regards the Compatibility of the TV display with the sky digital box in my opinion Overall it’s a nice house but these small and frankly annoying issues had some impact on our enjoyment, Particularly given we had to pay full summer prices for the week in October having moved our initial summer booking due to Covid concerns The grass in the rear garden also needed cutting was very overlong We have advised the owners of the issues

    Reviewed by SueOct 2020

  • "A beautiful place to stay, just a couple of points."

    We had a 4 legged friend with us, there was mess left on the grass when we arrived, but in there defence this needed a cut, a couple of us got bit and the dog bleeding caught himself on the thistles, not good for children. Also it might be an idea to have some sort of blinds in the kitchen, we felt we were in a fish bowl being watched all the time from neighbours and if people use the bbq please clean and get rid of the cigarettes from underneath that was full not nice. But definitely worth a visit.

    Reviewed by JohnSep 2020

  • "Beautiful views and super accommodation."

    Comfy beds and great kitchen diner. Dog friendly but not quite secure for the smaller dog.

    Reviewed by HilaryJul 2020

  • "What a beautiful Barn very modern so nicely decorated and kitted out."

    Very warm heating lovely including under floor heating. Beautiful views local pub nearby. Wished we had booked for longer. Highly recommend this property. Thank you so much.

    Reviewed by SarahMar 2020

  • "The house is very beautiful and cozy, but it must be properly cleaned."

    The living room is full of sand on the floor, everywhere there are cobwebs around the house, even on a candlestick. Dust on the floor everywhere. In the second bedroom, the beds are not entirely safe; they can spread if you lie on the edge of the bed. Having paid a huge amount of money for three days, I had to wipe the surfaces and mash floors, remove cobwebs everywhere. I wish the owner of the house in the New Year (2020) to properly follow the cleaning of the house.

    Reviewed by NataliiaDec 2019

  • "Rhyd Angharad Barns is a lovely location and place to stay."

    The holiday home has everything you could need for a really comfortable stay. Other people have highlighted the sofas being hard to use, but they weren't too bad for us. Very comfortable to sit and look at the amazing views to Snowdonia and the sea. My only thing to flag is I feel the 4pm check in and 10am check out are quite restrictive. Most places we've stayed out usually allow an earlier check in time so you don't lose so much of the first day. That's my only gripe, otherwise fantastic home, amazing location that is very peaceful and relaxing.

    Reviewed by JamesSep 2019

  • "The barn was exactly as described and the place looked even better than the pictures- the owners and property manager were fantastic and went out of their way to repair a stuck bath plug immediately, which meant a lot to our kids."

    The place was immaculate, well presented and equivalent to a 5 star hotel- modern, new kitchen and appliances, luxurious shower and bath facilities and video room which was great for the kids as well as excellent location and views. We would highly recommend this property as well as the owners

    Reviewed by SpencerAug 2019

  • "A really enjoyable week was had in this really modern cottage."

    Reviewed by WendyJul 2019

  • "Excellent holiday."

    Accommodation good and we had a fabulous ‘3 generation’ family holiday however couple of points for owners to particularly note include 3 lots of dog mess in the garden and 2 outside chairs missing (we only had 6). The plinth the outside chairs sit on is not big enough to accommodate the chairs - it only needs to be a couple of feet wider all round. Currently this renders the outside table useless. The settees in the lounge are really low and older family struggled to get up and down off them. Just one settee at a reasonable height would be good. All the above easily fixed All that being said, the Barns are lovely and photos were absolutely spot on, the view is gorgeous and we would definitely return.

    Thank you for your feedback and so pleased that you enjoyed your holiday. The Owners were unaware that two of the chairs had been removed and have replaced. They also intend to make improvements to the outside seating area on their next visit and always appreciate feedback to make guest enjoyment of their much loved property even better. Property Owner

    Reviewed by SallyJul 2019

  • "If u love pale grey and white everywhere this is right up yr street."

    Terrible sofas - fantastic view and no real garden furniture to sit on and enjoy it except a concrete table which was too high next to the chairs. A real shame. Massively overpriced. Check out at 10 too - really? We left the night before.

    Reviewed by ZoeJun 2019

  • "We absolutely loved our family holiday here."

    There was ample parking and the facilities were just what were needed. The views from the house were beautiful, overlooking the sea and the hills. The walk to the beach was lovely with scenery around us. We would definitely recommend this holiday home and would definitely look to go back again.

    Reviewed by Ceri-LynJun 2019

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  • Four bedrooms: 1 x super king, 1 x double, 2 x twin
  • Two bathrooms: 1 x shower room with large shower, loo and basin, 1 x bathroom with double ended bath, loo and basin
  • Sitting room with bio ethanol fireplace.
  • Underfloor heating, electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, large free standing fridge freezer, microwave, toaster, bed linen and towels provided, wood burning stove & bio-ethanol fireplace, flat screen TV, DVD player, Sky TV facilities, books, games & DVD's, bbq, off road parking, travel cot (no linen), high chair, washing machine
  • Two well behaved dogs welcome
  • Shop 3 miles and pub 1.5 miles
  • Note: Initial supply of kindling and logs
  • Further supplies available locally.

The property

This stunning luxury barn conversion near Church Bay on Anglesey is full of simple luxurious touches.

Rhyd Angharad Barns are beautiful buildings in a fantastic elevated position giving tremendous views over Anglesey towards the mountains of Snowdonia and out over the Irish Sea. The modern kitchen has a zinc worktop and polished concrete floor, exposed beams and stonework.

There is an electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, washing machine, large free standing fridge freezer, two under counter fridges, a microwave and toaster.

The stylish dining area has a wood burning stove and Italian designer table and chairs. The sitting room has magnificent country and sea views from picture windows, a designer Ligne Roset Togo sofa set, bio ethanol fireplace, and TV, DVD player and SKY. There are four bedrooms.

The first is a double curved room with a super-king 'floating' bed.

The second bedroom has a double 'floating' bed.

There are two further twin bedrooms.

There is a shower room with a large snazzy shower, loo and wash hand basin.

A separate bathroom has a double ended bath, loo and wash hand basin. Outside there is a large lawn with patio areas with garden furniture.

There is parking for several cars. Rhyd Angharad Barns has been lovingly converted and extended with quality fittings and contemporary furnishings ranging from the designer Ligne Roset Togo sofas to the exotic 'floating' beds.

It has a beautiful polished floor and underfloor heating throughout, a bioethanol fireplace and traditional wood burning stove to give that unmatchable warm glow to evenings in. The rural position is an easy walk to the Blue Flag beach at Church Bay and the Anglesey coastal footpath is also close by.

The Wavecrest Cafe and The Lobster Pot are popular choices for meals out. Please note that Rhyd Angharad Barns is a ground floor property but guests should note that there is a change of level with 4 steps in the hallway.

Note: Rhyd Angharad Barns is a ground floor property but guests should note that there is a change of level with 4 steps in the hallway.
Note: The sofas are quite low so might not be suitable for elderly guests or guests with mobility issues
Note: There is a £500 Good House Keeping Bond with each booking.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £500.

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About the location


Church Bay 1.2 miles; Cemaes Bay 6.2 miles; Holyhead 12.1 miles.

Rhydwyn is a charming village resting between Church Bay and Llanrhyddlad in the northwest of Anglesey, Wales. The village is known for being named after a small stream which flows through the village and offers the welcoming Church Bay Inn on its outskirts, which serves home-cooked dishes and local ales with breath-taking views out to sea and over to the mountains, an 18th-century church and a good selection of walking and cycling trails available right from the doorstep. Further amenities can be found in Llanfechell, where you can dine at the Y Cefn Glas or stock up on essentials at the general store. Be sure to visit Church Bay, where you will find the attractions of the Swtan Heritage Museum and Porth Swtan beach, as well as the popular eatery of the Lobster Pot Restaurant. Continue to Cemaes Bay, where beautiful beaches, the Cemaes Heritage Centre, a picturesque harbour, and The Stag Inn await, or venture further to Holyhead, home to the stunning Breakwater Country Park, Holyhead Maritime Museum, Garreglwyd Park, and a ferry offering trips over to Dublin.

Note: Rhyd Angharad Barns is a ground floor property but guests should note that there is a change of level with 4 steps in the hallway.
Note: The sofas are quite low so might not be suitable for elderly guests or guests with mobility issues
Note: There is a £500 Good House Keeping Bond with each booking.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas