Holyhead 1.3 miles. These six lovely properties are set on the owners’ 70 acre working livestock farm, in a rural location, close to the town and ferry port of Holyhead on Anglesey. With stunning sea and mountain views that can be seen from the farm, these holiday homes are ideal for couples, families and friends with a number of attractions and places to visit within easy reach. Y Wennol and Y Wylan offer single-storey accommodation and both sleep two people, whilst Y Barcud and Bran Goesgoch sleep six each. Cysgod y Bugail and Llety'r Bugail are two delightful little shepherd's huts also sleeping two each. All properties share a courtyard area to park cars, and four have an enclosed garden with a lawned area, patio and furniture whilst the two huts provide peaceful decked balconies, a perfect setting to enjoy an alfresco dinner at the end of the day. Although these charming retreats are in quiet location, there’s something for everyone nearby, including a visit to the town of Holyhead which has remains of Roman town walls and forts, a colourful marina, maritime museum, shops and pubs. Holyhead is also a main ferry point for Ireland, so a day trip to Dublin may be on the cards! Also close by is the Breakwater Country Park, a former quarry, from where you may be able to spot seals who visit the Holyhead coast. Just over three miles away is the resort of Trearddur Bay, with its sandy beaches and watersports. Other places of interest are cliff top walks over Holyhead Mountain, and South Stack Lighthouse RSPB Reserve is well worth a visit. All this and much, much more can enjoyed from these welcoming holiday homes.
This charming detached, stone-built barn conversion is set next to the farmyard, providing an ideal base for families.
With high ceilings and exposed beams, you enter this property via an enclosed garden area and then into a small hallway.
With an upside down layout, from here you will find two bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor level, with a further bedroom and a shower room on the first floor.
Also on the first floor is an open plan living area, which is where everyone can gather after a day out to enjoy a warming home-cooked meal and afterwards to relax on the sofa in order to plan what to see and do during the rest of your stay on the wonderful island of Anglesey.
A bonus to staying in this barn conversion is the hot tub in the garden, what better way to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life than to step in and enjoy the warm, bubbling water.
A delightful Anglesey holiday home.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 950566, 950568, 950569 and 951657, together they sleep 18.
Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor king-size double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Mezzanine landing. Shared use of external utility.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher
- Shared freezer and washing machine in utility
- TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot, highchair and stairgate
- Off road parking for 3 cars in shared courtyard
- Enclosed garden with lawn, patio, hot tub and furniture
- Five well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 1.3 miles
- Note: Property accessed via an unadopted road
- Note: Property is on a working livestock farm
- Please note: two dogs allowed free of charge, additional dogs incur a £20 fee.
About the location
Trearddur Bay 3 miles.
The bustling town of Holyhead rests on the North West coast of the Isle of Anglesey, the largest town on the island and perhaps known best for being the main ferry port to Ireland. Steeped in history, the town boasts the remains of Roman town walls and forts, medieval burial chambers and stone village foundations. Explore the Breakwater Country Park, a former quarry, which offers designated walks through the grounds. The park is full of interesting wildlife, most notably the seals who visit the Holyhead coast, and outlines the amazing construction of the world's longest breakwater, some 1.8 miles, which today protects the harbour. Visit the colourful marina with its yachts and tall ships, or the town's maritime museum, with its tales of 100 shipwrecks in the vicinity. Day trips to Ireland can be enjoyed easily from here, with Dublin just 90 minutes away on the fast ferry. With spectacular cliff top walks over Holyhead Mountain, golden sandy beaches at the award winning Trearddur Bay and the Snowdonia National Park just a 20 minute drive away, this is a superb holiday location, at any time of the year.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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