- Electric vehicle charging
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
1 Customer Review
"This is a beautiful little lodge in a wonderful location."
Walking through the forest to the beach, seeing rabbits each time, the horses, the birds, just lovely. At night we lit the fire outdoors, melted marshmallows and watched the stars. Very peaceful way to spend an evening. The lodge itself is really nice, well furnished and clean. Very nice of the owner to leave some arrival gifts too. Thank you. My only critique would be the frying pans all have a rounded base which don’t work on an induction hob. Thankfully I’d brought my own pan so we cooked using that. The hob also turns itself off regularly during cooking. Other than that everything was great and we would definitely consider coming back. Many thanks for a wonderful stay.
This property is part of the Menai Holidays collection.
Over 700 carefully selected and perfectly located properties, helping you create your perfect holiday.
- Three bedrooms: 1 x king with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
- Central heating
- Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking
- Electric car charging point
- Front garden with decking, lawn, furniture and woodburning stove
- One well-behaved pet welcome there is a £20 charge per stay
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub and beach 1 mile
- Note: Check-in from 4pm, check-out from 10am
- Note: This property can be booked with 1119954 Murmur Y Coed ideal for families or groups of friends
Galwad Y Mor is a charming detached cabin on the outskirts of Newborough on Anglesey.
It is the nearest property to Newborough Forest and Llanddwyn Beach, both of which are noted for their beautiful scenery and wildlife.
Galwad Y Mor is an excellent choice for a party or family of six, for its location and home comforts.
The cabin is located in a fairly rural area, with spectacular views of Snowdonia, and features outside furniture and a wood-burning stove, making it ideal for an evening meal with a view.
Inside, you'll find a contemporary, open-concept living space with lots of sumptuous seating, ideal for sharing stories over a glass of wine, as well as a fully-equipped kitchen, ideal for creating delicious meals for six people to share at the dining table.
Continue on to the bathroom, where you can soak in the tub or refresh yourself in the overhead shower.
When it's time to sleep, there are three wonderfully appointed bedrooms to select from: a king-size with an en-suite shower room, and two twin bedrooms.
There is a local convenience store in the village, superb fish and chips at The Codmother, the Anglesey Transport Museum and Café, and the Llyn Parc Mawr Community Woodland, where you may observe local animals.
Newborough Forest, managed by the Forestry Commission, is a red squirrel sanctuary with a myriad of species to discover; ideal for cycling, walking, or running, the forest also serves as a gateway to the shore and the Anglesey coastal path.
Traeth Llanddwyn, on the edge of Newborough Forest, is a lovely site to spend the day at the beach while admiring Snowdonia's breathtaking surroundings.
Anglesey Sea Zoo and Bodowyr Burial Chamber are two local attractions on the fringes of the village.
Following that is Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, which has many sights to view, including the famed Plas Newydd House and Gardens, the National Trust Caeau Glan-y-mor, the breathtaking landscape along the Pont Britannia Lions & Coastal Path, and the fun and educational Pili Palas Nature World.
Visit Bangor, which is home to the National Trust's Penrhyn Castle & Garden, a Roman Camp, and the Spinnies Aberogwen North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve.
At Galwad Y Mor, you can get away from it all.
About the location
Menai Bridge 10.7 miles; Red Wharf Bay 12.4 miles; Beaumaris 14.9 miles; Amlwch 19.3 miles.
Niwbwrch is a small village on the south-west corner of the Isle of Anglesey, and was founded in the 13th century. The village is now best known for having one of the largest areas of sand dunes on the British Isles as well as Niwbwrch Forest which boasts 2000 acres of land and is recognised as one of the most important red squirrel conservation sites in the United Kingdom. Llys Rhosyr also resides here and is home to the ruins of a pre-Edwardian commotal court and boasts impressive views over mainland Wales and the Snowdonia National Park. Be sure to refuel at The White Lion, a dog-friendly establishment serving ales and good pub food, ideal after exploring the surrounding areas. Treath Llanddwyn beach’s stretch of golden sands is also nearby as are the historical sites of Eglwys Santes Dwynwen and Goleudy Twr Bach. Niwbwrch also lies close to Bangor and Snowdonia National Park where a wealth of walks and trails can be explored.
Note: This property can be booked with 1119954 Murmur Y Coed
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute