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Buck Cottage

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Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 5 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

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58 Customer Reviews

  • "It’s a beautiful home lovely views , on entering it was freezing cold tbh , we struggled to find boiler which was the cooker !"

    It was damp and very cold and we sat in our coats tbh , it was an extremely cold day as well , my bedroom at front smelt of damp very noticeable tbh , and I had to open window to let air circulate in . The fire was a struggle and didn’t stay lit no matter what we did to it . It would be wonderful in summer and a beautiful home , we stayed 1 night as we were too cold tbh and came home early .

    Dear guests,I am sorry you found the cottage cold. Having cleaned the cottage I turned the Rayburn down as it was extremely warm inside. There is a dial as per the instructions that needs to be turned clockwise to increase heat and circulate hot water round rads. There is an electric heater plus and a regularly used multi fuel stove. Rayburn/ Aga ranges are extremely popular in the countryside.Perhaps a phone call to either the agent or myself with future issues ? We would be more than happy to help.Thank you Property Owner

    Reviewed by Rosy4.1Jan 2024

  • "We had a lovely restful stay, in great location, we will definitely come again."

    Reviewed by Geoff4.4Dec 2023

  • "Stayed for 4 nights mainly to avoid fireworks for dogs."

    Absolutely surprised at this cottage. Full of original characters and very old. Stunning building with history. The cottage had everything in kitchen and throughout. Bath/ toilet had everything provided. We packed winter clothes but cottage so warm we were in shorts all stay. Log fire is beautiful. We wouldn’t of been warmer if we were in hell but this cottage was heaven. Stunning views of sea and beach 5mins away. Great pub and takeaways near by and fuel station had a general store better than most supermarkets. Parking adequate. Grounds are secure for dogs. Please keep it clean from your dogs as we did. If you want spotless, tidy, modern then go to hell on earth like a travel lodge or premier inn. If you want old and fascinating come to Buck cottage. See you again definitely. Dr Gary & Louise.

    Reviewed by Marie Louise5.0Nov 2023

  • "We booked 3 nights at Buck Cottage and having read the Marmite reviews on here I was nervous about what we’d find."

    We arrived to a warm and cosy cottage that is beautifully finished with an eclectic mix of furniture and gorgeous bedding, cushions and throws. Yes, there are some cobwebs and dust so not for you if you like everything immaculate but we felt able to relax with our 2 dogs and enjoy the amazing view over Red Wharf Bay and the nature on our doorstep. Just the escape we were looking for Thankyou.

    Reviewed by Lorraine3.8Oct 2023

  • "Beautiful cottage and location, let me know if it ever comes up for sale lol"

    Reviewed by William5.0Oct 2023

  • "Kitchen sink taps, took us a while to work out that left was cold and right hot."

    No idea what the sky t.v. clicker was for, or why we could not get live channels other than by app. Instructions may have been useful. Put bins out on Wednesday night, bin men came Friday and did not empty bins. The French doors were not secure when we arrived and then we realised why. Overall a lovely cottage.

    Reviewed by Gordon3.1Sep 2023

  • "Was exactly what it said in the add - quirky period cottage."

    Loved it

    Reviewed by Tracey4.7Aug 2023

  • "There is quirkyness about the property but the problem of no hot water for washing up and hands."

    After relighting Rayburn it made no difference had to boil kettle to washup, immersion heater did not work. kitchen smelt of oil and when sitting outside. The kitchen wood tops did not look well maintained and need refurbishing. No cupboard space for storage. The wood burner area had not been cleaned, with empty wood bags, dust everywhere. The steps leading from lounge to kitchen had a slip mat which did not work and felt dangerous. The shower was difficult as situated at opposite end to taps and had to stand right near end of bath where it curves up, very uncomfortable. Steps down to back garden very precarious stepping onto one small loose slap built upon lower slabs that were also loose. The garden was wild but not with flowers, it was overgrown mess with stinging nettles, ivy and weeds. One side of parking area had stinging nettles and overgrown bushes made it very hard getting in and out of vehicle without getting stung drivers side. The property has been let down by not giving enough TLC and upgrades within keeping it in with age of property. We left a day earlier, we would have left sooner except for our love of Anglesey, where we have rented numerous cottages in the past but this is the worst one ever. The pictures of property on website were deceptive. The only plus was the view. Mick and Linda

    Dear Guests I am disappointed you did not enjoy your stay  The Rayburn was tested 20.05.23 having been serviced by an engineer that week and was working perfectly? I will look at the outside slabs recently fixed again and remove any nettles. I am not sure how the cleaner missed the used logbags but will speak with her.  Yes the view is glorious and thank you for your positive comments left in our guest book.Vera Property Owner

    Reviewed by Michael1.6May 2023

  • "Charming period cottage!"

    Really enjoyed our stay at Buck Cottage, property was clean, comfortable, has stunning views at the rear and had all the facilities we needed. Fantastic location, the beach just a mile down the road is gorgeous. Would definitely recommend to others and would happily stay here again.

    Reviewed by Jennie5.0May 2023

  • "We did not enjoy our stay and left a day early."

    The place is filthy. Back room stinks of dog Lee. There was dog poo all over the back garden which I picked up We had no hot water the whole time, we did what paperwork said and still nothing We were cold at night. Far too many negative things about this cottage which is a shame as the location is good Sykes were very helpful and came out as soon as we rang them to assess the situation. This place should not be listed. The pictures are very different to what is it actually like. We won’t be back

    Dear Ms Sullivan, I have returned from holiday earlier than intended, as my cleaner was very upset at having read your comments in the guest book and since published on the https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/TwJcCKQQzF2E7zjiM1eGv?domain=website.in essence I can find very little to confirm your comments are true. I have received an email from Sykes who visited at your request which mentions some small untidy external areas etc however no mention is made as to an unacceptable internal lack of cleanliness. They could not smell dog wee it seems. I will update notes to include an emergency contact number alongside other useful telephone number. The heating is working and all other means of heating water e g immersion fully operational. There is a log burner, electric rads to supplement systems. A Rayburn engineer will confirm this to be true. The photographs of the cottage depict the house unchanged externally since long before 1800 and the stunning views to the rear are in an area of 'outstanding natural beauty and therefore remain untouched by law. This is an issue for the agents to review and comment on. I have emailed the agents and requested your contact details in order to suggest an independent body reviews your complaint as it is quite damaging with regard to future bookings and it gives you a legal form of recourse. I am confident this is the best way forward as it will allow us both a satisfactory outcome. I will of course accept their findings and respond https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/wAfGCLJJ0CRjByJTqOAz7?domain=accordingly.as to dog poo none of us have pets, I am therefore baffled as to why it was present on site. I have referred this problem to the agents and await advice. I look forward to receiving your details. Have you any photographs to substantiate your claims, they might help me to understand your concerns. Regards Vera Jones Apologies re 2 used kitchen towels were left in washer a minor slip up on the part of the cleaner. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Dawn1.3May 2023

  • "We loved this cottage!"

    Lots of cosy spaces and views. Perfect little quiet spot and plenty of wildlife. Walk to beach was lovely and fresh about 20 minutes down a country lane. Pub with great facilities and takeaway pizza 5 minutes walk. This is a traditional cottage ok so a few cobwebs etc but bed linens and towels were fresh cottons. My 3 teens loved it here and we would definitely recommend. Tesco also delivers here which was fantastic, we had problems with the hot water but owner had a maintenance person round in hours to fix so no problem there. Good sized fridge, freezer and microwave. Also 2 ovens in case you haven’t used a Rayburn before. Natural garden to sit in. Thank you

    Reviewed by Andrea4.7Apr 2023

  • "Buck Cottage is a little gem of a property so quirky and cosy."

    It is exactly what you would expect from a 300 year old property and in a great peaceful location. Lovely fresh flowers in the rooms which is a lovely touch, would definitely stay here again.

    Reviewed by Philip4.4Apr 2023

  • "Stayed 2 daysand left."

    This property should not be listed. Everything was untidy filthy grubby..... cow webs, greece, weeds growing inside house. This house needs a deep clean, freshening up and the garden sorting. ABSOLUTE DISGRACE

    Dear Mrs Attenborough,It is fair to say your dissatisfaction took up the whole of my weekend.The call came 5 minutes after your arrival ie 4.05 p.m. The cleaner returned immediately to find no-one in the house and discovered you were on the beach. She walked in through the doors you said were 'painted' stuck ! When you returned, you pointed out to her certain areas,  which in your opinion required attention These were sorted plus she vacuumed throughout,  however she was convinced that regardless you were set on leaving. It seens, bar a kitchen socket and webs all utilities were spotless. Very little was mentioned overall.Some items you photographed we simply could not locate (nor could the agents who visited to check the cottage following your comments).You were offered a second deep clean the following day as you had found other issues which you turned down and as you were set on leaving  I cancelled my visit to meet at the cottage as your departure was confirmed earlier in the day by the agents Alternative accomodation for your party of 4 persons offered by the agency was then deemed unsatisfactory by https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/iiYSCY55rTLooG0c0tHT6?domain=yourself.you then informed me you were staying !The following day I was told you were staying at the cottage after all but subject to the cancelled clean ( you had turned down the day before) being reinstated plus compensation I offered a goodwill settlement as compensation in full and final to bring this episode to a satisfactory end but it now seems this was not enough ! Your comments are unacceptable.I have contacted the agents and await their response.Good luck with future endeavours.regardsVera Jones Property Owner

    Reviewed by Vanessa1.3Apr 2023

  • "Had a lovely stay in Buck Cottage, it is a great little place."

    lock at the back door was broken fitted a new one for you hope this is ok. Egan family

    Egan FamilyApr 2023

  • "No…. The list is too extensive"

    Hi there, It might be helpful if you could just give us a couple of tips maybe as the feedback you left in the guest book is excellent ? Help ? Property Owner

    Reviewed by Stephanie1.9Nov 2022

  • "From the moment of avrival, we were in bliss."

    we were met by flowers, lamps lit and the heating on. Having 3 dogs does limit where we can go and Buck cottage was perfect. Having tiled floors in the kitchen ment mud could be dealt with and the living room had ample space for 3 dogs beds and the garden was totally secure both front and back. The proximity to the beach made for a lovely daily stroll, even spotting a red squirrel one morning. The beds were comfortable and the heating so efficent we only had to have it on for an hour in the morning and evening and it was so cosy lighting the wood burner after dinner. The towels provided were large and fluffy and every stick of furniture and art on the walls have been lovingly chosen. It really was a home from home and we will definately be coming back again.

    Reviewed by Elizabeth5.0Nov 2022

  • "Cottage is in a lovely location ,dispite the appalling weather we had a great time."

    Though there were issues. Staircase was open and very scary for my elderly mum. Also there were different levels. We loved the quirkiness of the place and would go back.

    Reviewed by Sue3.4Oct 2022

  • "The cottage was in a great location."

    Enjoyed walking to the beach each day with my dog, Willow, who loved the great expanse of sand. I booked the holiday to give my Dad a break after the sad loss of my Mum earlier this year. We both had a lovely time revisiting all the beautiful places on Anglesey. Many thanks Stuart

    Reviewed by Stuart John3.8Oct 2022

  • "Lovely quirky cottage."

    However, photos very deceptive. We were a party of 2 with 3 dogs and struggled with the size of the kitchen. No storage for own food. Only seating for 4 in sitting room but cottage sleeps 6 Tight parking for one car. Someone needs to look in all the cupboards and replace old worn kitchen ware. Melted spatulas, frying pan that is no longer non stick (mentioned numerous times on reviews) no small kitchen sharp knives. Pillows old and uncomfortable Yes it’s old and full of character but the garden is a let down. Described as Wild. As Gardners ourselves this was once a lovely garden that nettles, ground elder and brambles have been left to dominate. Not wild in the true garden sense. This is a lovely old cottage that needs a little bit of thought regards what people need during their stay. Replacing old and worn items, very small changes needed to make this a wonderful cottage. Would we stay again, yes

    Dear Mrs Babey, Thank you for comments and I am pleased you would stay again. The cottage is advertised as sleeping 5 not 6 and I note you had removed two kitchen chairs from under the kitchen table.The pillows are not old and have protectors on them, however I will double check. Spares are in the airing cupboard.There are 3 frying pans the stainless steel is new and has no non stick coating as a previous guest had mentioned a non stick roaster, all items were pulled out and checked. There are several spatulas, unfortunately I must have missed removing a misshapen,  melted one apologies. Yes the garden is advertised as 'natural' though it is regularly mowed and strimmed I do leave brambles, and other natural plants and mix them with standard garden centre plants. Most guests like this though I am sure some prefer a more formal traditional cottage garden. Its never been that !Sykes do have other cottages which have bigger kitchens but as this house was built in 1600 and originally housed a couple with seven children I am not prepared to extend it. Sorry !Good wishes Vera Property Owner

    Reviewed by Amanda2.8Sep 2022

  • "We love Buck Cottage!"

    This is our third stay here, we came for a week's holiday with our dogs. The house is clean and comfortable, the dogs love it too. Nice secure garden, off road parking, right close to the beach, quiet bungalow on a quiet road... What more do you want! We will be booking again for next year :') Thanks for a great stay.

    Reviewed by Neil5.0Sep 2022

  • "Property was dirty upon using glasses etc had to wash them before use Welsh dresser was full of dust ."

    Photo if you require it overgrown garden full of nettles. Overgrown driveway so you can’t exit car on passenger side !!! Non existent parking for second car which I did enquire about on booking , didn’t get a reply on that one tried twice !! Now I know why .!! Just generally needs good clean whole property. Needs a good basic frying pan. Definately new roasting tin as non stick came off whilst we were cooking a chicken ! ! Again I left this for the owner to see. Plus photo if you require it .

    Reviewed by Gill1.3Aug 2022

  • "The location was great, near a lovely beach and walking distance to a good pub for meals."

    Views from the cottage were fantastic. The garden was secure for our dogs which was great. Loved the cottage, only negative is the kitchen is much smaller than the photos show. Overall a great place to stay!

    Reviewed by Elaine3.8Jul 2022

  • "The location of the cottage is lovely and very convenient, the local beach is great for dog walking and the woodland is beautiful!"

    The house itself is very quaint and the history of it is wonderful. I appreciate there is a cottage aesthetic to be maintained but there are some elements that are in need of improvement. The kitchen cupboards don’t close properly and swing open all the time, the selection of knives to use for cooking aren’t sharp and one has been put back by previous guests and was broken so when I tried to use it almost cut me as the blade bent all the way back from the handle. The house itself was very dusty and there were lots of cobwebs which at this time of year is difficult to prevent but easily solved. My dog also had an allergic reaction whilst we were staying at the cottage that the vet in Aran had said was likely to be dust mites, myself and my husband also had a collection of bites on our ankles and feet from our bedroom (the room nearest the bathroom). The cottage is 300 years old and very charming. The decor suits the cottage but some very small improvements and the renewal of some basic kitchen equipment would make it a much more comfortable stay.

    Dear guests, I am pleased you loved the cottage and found it to be charming. The issues you have mentioned will most definitely be investigated ie kitchen equipment was checked by myself Saturday and seemed to be adequate ? The doors do close, promise but as they are original they require a little 'lift into place ! Old age, it happens to us all !As all 3 bedrooms were used am I to assume the problem with the vet diagnosis of mite infestation is confined to thisroom ? Maybe your dog picked up an 'allergy' from the beach or sand flies ? To date we have experienced no problems with mites ?I note you washed all throws used for doggy comfort as I found them outside on the washing line along with cushion covers Thank You Regards Vera Property Owner

    Reviewed by Sarah2.5Apr 2022

  • "This is our third time of staying at Buck Cottage, and its a beautiful place."

    Each time I have commented on the cleanliness, but it doesn't seem to make a difference!! It is in need of a deep clean!!

    Reviewed by Jan3.4Apr 2022

  • "I loved the cottage we booked."

    The whole trip from start to finish was superb. I would definitely book again!

    Reviewed by Neil5.0Mar 2022

  • "Excellent holiday and lovely Cottage."

    Ideal location for beach and exploring. We loved the character of the cottage and history within it Furniture was suited but sofa and chairs a little tired. Loved the holiday and would recommend, log burner ideal. Thanks for a lovely week.

    Reviewed by Christopher4.1Feb 2022

  • "Delightful weekend at Buck Cottage!"

    Authentic traditional Welsh cottage with lovely old furniture. Lots of lamps giving a cozy feel. Was warm on arrival, beds comfortable- would stay again.

    Reviewed by Anthony5.0Jan 2022

  • "Lovely cottage Lovely location"

    Reviewed by Matt5.0Nov 2021

  • "We arrived as autumn felt it had hit the arga was on and lamps were on the cottage immediately felt warm and welcoming we will come back ."

    Reviewed by Amanda5.0Oct 2021

  • "We had a wonderful first week at Buck Cottage and we will definitely be returning."

    Reviewed by Hannah4.7Sep 2021

  • "Lovely 300 year old cottage in a fabulous location."

    Some drawbacks - the cleanliness took the edge off what should have been a great stay. Kitchen: worktops need replacing (warped and uneven). Upper open shelf needs a good clear out/clean (all containers covered in grease/grime, half-used out-of-date salad dressing etc bottles from previous occupants not disposed of). A bit off-putting. Upstairs: cleaners clearly don’t do any checks (two drawers still had grim sweaty sports clothing left by a previous occupant). Rubbish collection: outside bins full to the brim upon arrival, no information about when they’d be collected, didn’t get emptied until day 13 of my two week stay (6 days after I complained) so we had bags full of recycling piled up.

    Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback. The owner has noted your comments and will be looking into the issues but is glad to know that the emptying of some of the rubbish while waiting for the regular collection was helpful. Property Owner

    Reviewed by John2.5Aug 2021

  • "Upstairs was ok."

    Downstairs was very dark with very poor lighting and the floors required a good clean.Could do with brightening up. I would doubt if the kitchen would pass an environmental check.The work tops were full of cracks and dirty,with cobwebs in the corners.Some of the unit doors were hanging off. The natural garden around the cottage was full of weeds and various plastic bags and broken plant pots . Could do with a serious tidy up. Would not recommend this cottage for elderly people or a young family

    Reviewed by Arnold1.9Jun 2021

  • "The cottage was quirky, warm and cosy."

    With the cottage being centuries old the windows were quite small so it was rather dark but plenty of lamps gave the cottage a cosy feel. The view was amazing such a treat to wake up to on a morning and the walk down to the beach didn't let the area down. The only downside for me was the open staircase but again bearing in mind the age and structure of the cottage It would be difficult to install a more conventional one.

    Reviewed by Gillian4.1May 2021

  • "Really well equipped cottage."

    Plenty of room for us and easily able to allow us to have all of our meals there. The building was a little tired and could do with some T.L.C. Great location for exploring the island and a wonderful view across the fields to the bay.

    Reviewed by Tony5.0Oct 2020

  • "Such a beautiful, restful cottage, lots of walks, and beach so close by."

    . Such a happy stay at buck cottage.

    Reviewed by Linda5.0Sep 2020

  • "Buck cottage is in a outstanding area of natural beauty with easy access to the rest of anglesey and snowdonia."

    The cottage is full of quirky charm and and is beautiful on pictures however we had several issues. The cottage is situated on a junction which gets quite busy at times there is only parking for one car any other vehicles need to be parked on the narrow lane which wasnt ideal. The wifi did not work at all and there is no phone service contacted number given which was an answering machine on several occasions but no one got back to us. The cottage sleeps 6 but only seating for 4 in main lounge area. The Rayburn didnt work even when reset. Overall cleanliness could be improved chairs and cushions were grubby. In the middle bedroom we found a dead bird behind the bedside cabinet which suggests that thorough cleaning isnt taking place. Even with these issues we had a lovely week away and it hasn't put us off returning next year but will be looking for a different cottage.

    Thank you for your feedback and we are pleased you enjoyed your stay. The cottage sleeps 5 and there is ample seating for 5 guests. Unfortunately the WIFI was damaged as a result of the bad weather and is working again now, we apologise for any inconvenience. The cleaner has confirmed that there was no dead bird in the house when she left but we would have been happy to remove this had we been informed. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Claire2.2Aug 2020

  • "Had a lovely time at Buck Cottage with the family."

    Perfect cosy cottage about a 15 min walk to Red Wharf Bay. Local shop and garage 5 min walk from the cottage for any bits and pieces you need. I can’t recommend anything as the cottage has it all. Oh on the way down to red wharf bay there is a cottage that sells homemade jams and chutney. Well worth stopping by!

    Reviewed by Julia5.0Aug 2020

  • "Cottage was wonderful and full of characters no charm."

    Being so close to the beach was fantastic and the views were stunning. We were able to access lots of different walks and areas easily, the sign posts were clear and the coastal walks were superb. Our dogs felt very at home and could play happily in the garden. Many thanks for a really successful week exploring Anglesey.

    Reviewed by Paul5.0Feb 2020

  • "Wonderfully quaint cottage in great location."

    Excellent facilities (once we'd figured out how to use the Rayburn, owner was very helpful) Short walk to beach of Red Wharf Bay. Local shop/garage, and pub/restaurant also within walking distance. Would definitely stay there again.

    Reviewed by Neil5.0Jan 2020

  • "What a lovely place to stay."

    Buck Cottage in Anglesey had so much charm and character. It is lovely to find a place to stay that has such a homely feel. Buck Cottage is on our list of places we would use again for a holiday.

    Reviewed by Jacqui4.4Sep 2019

  • "Lot of character in the cottage and not too far from anywhere."

    Local pub shop and Chinese take away were all very good if you didn't want to travel far.

    Reviewed by Jim5.0Aug 2019

  • "A lovely appointed and spotlessly clean cottage in a beautiful rural location ."

    Magnificent views , especially from the "day room " looking towards the beach and sea.. Fabulous location to explore Anglesey ...Oh and a super Chinese takeaway in the village . :)

    Reviewed by Malcolm5.0Jul 2019

  • "Always a pleasure to stay at Buck Cottage which is cosy with the log burner, and light and bright when in the room with the views of Red Wharf Bay."

    Well equipped throughout and makes for a lovely holiday in our favourite part of Anglesey.

    Kerry WhitneyMar 2019

  • "Buck cottage is lovely and cosy."

    We visited at the end of October and the weather was cold, so the log burner was very welcome! Although a little tired in places, the cottage is characterful and clean, with very comfortable beds. Red Wharf Bay is beautiful and there are many more lovely places to visit nearby.

    Jennifer BradburyNov 2018

  • "Everything we needed and in a convenient location"

    Sep 2018

  • "Quaint old cottage easy walking distance to the local pub, Chinese take away and spar in the village of Pentreath."

    Aug 2018

  • "The cottage was perfect, a few minor tweaks and it would be excellent."

    The patio doors wouldn't open. The middle bedroom window wouldn't open. The oven needs replacing. There was never any hot water to wash up. The water had a funny taste to it from the tap so we bought bottled water for brews. No can opener. No Hoover. And the seating outside needs updating. Aside from these niggly bits and as well as them I'd still move in tomorrow!!!!!!!! Loved it.

    Elizabeth ShawJun 2018

  • "Quirky old cottage which was great to stay in, cosy at night with the log burner on & the views from the back of the property were amazing but the cottage furniture downstairs was very tired & a little ramshackle in some cases also the staircase was loose at the top and not secured in the wall properly!"

    Overall given it 4 stars as the good outweighed the bad & location is great - pub up the road was brilliant with great food. Loved Anglesey I do think they charge too much for the hire of towels (£32 for 4) !!

    Chris WhittakerMay 2018

  • "Loved the cottage , but the garden is not dog secure , and the shower over the bath needs a none slip mat , but lovely for a week ."

    Alex AnkersMay 2018

  • "We loved Buck Cottage - quirky and a great location for a quiet break with great ..."

    We loved Buck Cottage - quirky and a great location for a quiet break with great walks on the doorstep would love to stay again

    Adele MckeownApr 2018

  • "We loved Buck Cottage - quirky and a great location for a quiet break with great ..."

    We loved Buck Cottage - quirky and a great location for a quiet break with great walks on the doorstep would love to stay again

    Adele MckeownApr 2018

  • "Gorgeous cottage, bursting with character in a fantastic location with lovely sea views."

    The only reason I didn't rate this cottage 5 stars is that the cottage is in need of some maintenance here and there which lets it down. Other than that a perfect cottage.

    Gemma WilkinsonApr 2018

  • "Lovely cosy cottage, well equipped, and we really felt at home."

    A little niggle was the description on Menai rentals they omit to say that to access one of the double rooms you have to go through another double bedroom "with no doors" which was an issue for us, as we had friends staying and they had to stay in the smaller room with a 4'bed!! Also the cleanliness of the cottage furniture was dusty and cobwebs around every room!

    Apr 2018

  • "It was exactly as described."

    Lovely cottage. Great location. If I go back to Anglesey again, which I will, I would definitely book through Manai colttages. Would go back again and most probably will at this cottage.

    Kerry WhitneyApr 2018

  • "A few bulbs missing which was a little frustrating and no spares that we could find"

    Rob WellsOct 2017

  • "Warm and perfect for dogs."

    However we felt kitchen needed updating. Also instructions need updating. Only secure area for dogs was outside the front of the cottage.

    Oct 2017

  • "Lovely old cottage with great views and great location Just could of been cleaner"

    Sep 2017

  • "Excellent"

    PaulJul 2016

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  • Three bedrooms: 3 x doubles
  • 1 x bathroom with shower over the bath and a wash hand basin
  • 1 x WC
  • Kitchen with old wooden units, a Rayburn and an electric cooker, a fridge and a freezer
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with deep inglenook fireplace in the sitting room houses a wood burning stove
  • Second sitting room with Smart TV, doors that open onto the terrace and uninterrupted views over Red Wharf Bay
  • Natural garden views towards the sea.
  • Rayburn and an electric cooker, a fridge and a freezer, washing machine
  • Wood burning stove
  • Initial basket of logs provided
  • Additional supplies can be bought locally
  • Books and radio
  • Sea views
  • Wifi
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Enclosed patio garden
  • Off road parking for 1 car
  • Smart TV
  • Amenities within walking distance
  • Bed linen & towels provided.

The property

Buck Cottage is a stone-fronted holiday cottage about a mile from Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey.

Next to the holiday cottage is a lane lined with bustling hedgerows bursting with the colours of wild flowers during the spring and summer.

This traditional holiday cottage is furnished to reflect its history and has plenty of original features including beamed ceilings, an inglenook fireplace, and stone walls. In the sitting room a sofa and two chairs are set around the gorgeous inglenook fireplace in which sits a wood burning stove.There is also a freeview TV. The kitchen has old wooden units, a Rayburn and an electric cooker, a fridge and a freezer.There is also a dining table in here with chairs seating up to six people. The separate dining room is cosy and is an ideal space for informal family meals, equipped with vintage furniture and a coal effect electric log burner, there is space for 6 to sit together here to eat and talk over the days events. The second sitting room has a table and chairs and doors that open out onto the terrace and offers a quiet space away from the main sitting room.This space offers incredible views towards Red Wharf Bay. You access the bedrooms via open-tread wooden stairs.

On the first floor you will find three bedrooms, two of which are interconnected.

You have two double rooms and one room with a 4ft bed. The bathroom has a shower over the bath and a wash hand basin.

The loo is separate to this and has a lovely view! The garden is purposefully left natural and it has an outlook towards the sea.This is the perfect place to relax with your morning cup of tea or coffee. Buck Cottage is roughly a miles stroll away from the glorious long, sandy beach of Red Wharf Bay.

Walkers will love finding routes from the door and the Anglesey Coastal Path is close by.

There are fabulous beaches, places to eat and attractions within driving distance, too.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

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About the location


Beaumaris 6.5 miles.

Along the northeast coast of Anglesey is the very large (4.5 mile-long) bay of Red Wharf Bay; its Welsh name of Traeth Coch (Red Beach) rining true as the area is renowned for its glorious sunsets. The bay is very shallow, and at low tide almost 10 square miles of sand is uncovered to provides safe bathing, perfect for family fun, fishing and miles of stunning, scenic walks. The large bay attracts a huge number of waterfowl and wading birds, including shell duck, grey plover, purple sandpipers, curlew, oystercatchers and dunlin. Only 3 miles away is the delightful medieval town of Beaumaris, which boasts a 13th century moated castle, lovely buildings housing excellent shops, olde-worlde pubs, restaurants, bistros, museums, as well as a golf course and exciting pleasure boat and sea fishing trips. This is a beautiful location on the east coast of the picturesque Isle of Anglesey.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas