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Bryn Peris

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Moelfre, Anglesey Show on map


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  • 6 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


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

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44 Customer Reviews

  • "Lovey little Welsh cottage in a great location."

    Well equipped kitchen, bright conservatory and large enclosed garden perfect for eating out on sunny days and letting the dog roam around. Moelfre is a pretty fishing village and a visit to Ann's pantry is a must. Only downside is that the dining chairs are a little beyond their best and the second double bedroom is tiny with only just enough room to manoeuvre around the bed. Would definitely return to Moelfre.

    Reviewed by Wendy4.1May 2024

  • "Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Bryn Peris."

    Spacious for the two of us and our two newfoundland dogs. The off street parking catered for a large for a large vehicle and enclosed garden was ideal. The cottage was well equipped with everything we needed and close to the village center and coastal path.

    Reviewed by K4.7May 2024

  • "Excellent cottage well situated the cottage was very well equipped very clean everything worked and a lovely garden too"

    Reviewed by Anne Maria4.7Apr 2024

  • "Overall we were very happy with the property."

    We enjoyed our stay and would recommend. Facility had all we needed and was nice and clean. Just a couple of items need to be addressed. Garden gate needs replacement as was very difficult to open and close in order to park the car. Would have loved the grass to be cut as was very long.

    Reviewed by Brandon3.8Mar 2024

  • "We really enjoyed our stay here and we are looking forward to returning."

    The cottage has everything necessary and is cosy, comfortable and very clean. You have an excellent housekeeper! The Kinmel Arms is dog-friendly. Walks along the coastal path in either direction are excellent.

    Simpson FamilyOct 2023

  • "Husband and I really enjoyed our stay."

    Lovely property, great location and we will be back, Toilet flush needs looking at as really hard and the guttering over conservatory. Noise is deafening when/after rains .

    Reviewed by Helen3.8Sep 2023

  • "Lovely house with everything we needed - great location, lovely decor and home furnishings."

    We recommend Ann's Pantry, Local pub, local fish and chip shop, The Ship Inn - very good and dog friendly at Red Wharf Bay, ice cream parlour.

    Mr NuttallSep 2023

  • "Recommended Pubs: Tavern on the Bay Dylans Boat House Sea Shanty Walk to Lligwy ..."

    Recommended Pubs: Tavern on the Bay Dylans Boat House Sea Shanty Walk to Lligwy beach, dog friendly beach and Aberffraw Circular walk around South Stack Penmon point lighthouse

    Ms LeightonSep 2023

  • "What an absolute wonder of a cottage!"

    We had a fantastic holiday here in the summer, and would go back again in a heartbeat! The cottage is beautifully quaint and a bit of a Tardis - rooms galore, and all nicely spacious, yet it still felt very cosy. If I could have taken the big sofa in the conservatory home with me, I would have - the perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing. The cottage was spotlessly clean when we arrived, and had every conceivable thing we might have needed for a restful stay. In terms of location, again it was perfect - all the sights are within easy driving distance, and you can walk to a small shingle beach for a pub lunch. Also highly recommend a walk by the lifeboat building, with benches looking out to sea - very peaceful. The ideal place to stay with a dog - almost every pub was dog-friendly, and the cottage had a large, fully enclosed garden that was ideal for our little furball to explore. Perfect!

    Reviewed by Deborah5.0Aug 2023

  • "We stayed at the cottage in early August, with my husband, Mum & 2 girls aged 2 &4."

    The house is cosy and was very clean. The kitchen is so well stocked, lots of crockery & great mugs for a brew in the morning! The conservatory is lovely and great for reading in the evening, the sofa is lovely & comfy. The garden is beautiful, it has a special vibe, very private & gets the sun all day. We loved the secure off road parking which was very safe & great for unpacking after a day on the beach. The bedrooms are cosy & the beds are so comfy! Plenty of room to hang your clothes. You are provided with lots of lovely huge soft towels. There are plenty of cleaning products & a washing machine which was great! There was hot water at all time. The road the cottage is on was nice and quiet. Great location, walk to pub, little beach, great for walks on costal path, my husband walked to Lligwy beach a few times with our dog & it took 30 minutes. I’d highly recommend a stay at this lovely cottage! We didn’t want to leave!

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Aug 2023

  • "Thank you for a lovely stay."

    The cottage is beautiful and very well equipped. Garden and BBQ are great and off road parking.

    The WrightsAug 2023

  • "A most enjoyable week staying in Moelfre, cosy, comfy cottage with a lovely relaxing garden to sit in and enjoy at the end of the day."

    Thank you Lots of coastal walks, Beaumaris, Moelfre, Penmon, South Stack. Laswa Farm. lovely food at Laswa Farm, Ann's Pantry, White Eagle.

    Howards & MoorhouseJul 2023

  • "We had a wonderful first trip to Anglesey!"

    The cottage has been fantastic, spacious & comfy & we enjoyed using the garden & Nintendo. Great to be able to walk right onto the coast path (we discovered a hidden cut-through) Recommend all the below activities, off to Beaumaris now. Thank you Check Fish & Chip shop opening times to avoid disappointment! Look on OS map for paths/cut throughs. Moelfre village, walk Moelfre to Lligwy beach, Benllech beach & fish and chips there. Plas Newydd (National Trust)

    The Ormsby FamilyJul 2023

  • "Mum and I had a lovely stay, was a relaxing place to be."

    We found it to be a well equipped property in a nice quiet location - easy on foot for coastal walks and the village for the pub/cafe/some ice cream or by car further afield. Would just say the second double bedroom is a little snug but there is plenty of space in the rest of the cottage. Recommend adding a couple of durable chopping boards to the otherwise very well equipped kitchen. Was nice to have dishcloths and tea towels provided and the garden is super safe for dogs (and kids!).

    Reviewed by Catherine4.4Jun 2023

  • "Such a lovely peaceful and restful cottage in a terrific location."

    The most comfortable double beds ever. Garden a fantastic suntrap, high walls give shelter from any breeze off the coast and safe for dogs. Yes the bedrooms are small, ceilings low, and the over bath shower not full height, but it's quaint, modernised but retains original character. A lovely place to stay Dave, Edinburgh

    Reviewed by David5.0Jun 2023

  • "This was such a wonderful place to stay - the level and quality of facilities, the cleanliness of every room, was just outstanding - the whole family thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our mini brek!"

    Reviewed by Chris5.0May 2023

  • "House clean and tidy, ample cutlery and crockery."

    Beds and bedding was nice and comfy. Y Siop, the only shop that we could find was very basic and very expensive. Lots of coastal walks, cottage ideally positioned for walks. I had a trip to Home Bargains to purchased a small frying pan, as the one there was very scratched (it was only £4.99, good quality, I still took it home with me). I also purchased a couple of mugs as we didn't like the ones that were there, (I left those there), I also had to buy a dogs water and food bowl as we left the bag with them at home. Can't believe how cheap that shop is. Only thing we really didn't like was the Chinees torture during, and for the next two days after it rained. The main house gutter at the back constantly dripped onto the conservatory roof. It looked like one of the seals has gone, and it must be blocked up for it to carry on dripping for so long after the rain had stopped.

    Hi Margaret, thank you for your feedback. Firstly can I apologise for the guttering overflowing and this will be addressed immediately. With regards to the cups and frying pan, I bought new for the season. I understand the cups may not be to everyone's taste and I will buy a smaller set of cups so guests have a choice. A need for dog bowls did cross my mind but was not sure how this would sit with our non dog owner guests and also if guest dogs were happy with their own bowls but I will consider it further. Thanks again for choosing our cottage . Property Owner

    Reviewed by Margaret4.4May 2023

  • "The house was spotlessly clean and decorated to a high standard."

    It smelt beautiful when we walked in, which you don't always get in a holiday rental! Although the kitchen itself was a little dated, it was absolutely fine for holiday cooking and there were lots of brand new plates, cups and glasses which we really appreciated. The living space was cosy and has some lovely touches that made it feel like a home from home. The garden was perfect for our dog and was secure. We even had some sunshine to enjoy it it.

    Thank you Martin for your lovely feedback. It really is appreciated and we are so delighted you enjoyed your stay. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Martin5.0Mar 2023

  • "What a lovely place to stay, it is a total sanctuary."

    Went for just a break away from it all last weekend with some friends, and couldn't have asked for more... picturesque coastal walks, late afternoon drinks in cosy local pubs and the most amazing evening meal at a local restaurant. Literally everything is on your doorstep, esp the gorgeous pebble beaches. And to come back to Bryn Peris after it all was just a joy, so comfortable, clean, and really tastefully kitted out, with all the appliances you need, including a lovely log burner. Didn't use the garden as it was a bit cold, but it provided a lovely backdrop when relaxing on the sofa in the conservatory, and can imagine it will be lovely to open the doors and walk straight out, in the warmer months. Seriously recommend this place!

    Susan SephtonFeb 2023

  • "Cottage was really nice and we enjoyed our stay."

    Two small negatives, water pressure in the shower was poor and the advertised logs for the fire were not left out, luckily I found some in the shed at the bottom of the garden. Thanks

    Hi Terry, just wanted to thank you for your stay in our cottage and for bringing to our attention a couple of issues. We have appointed a new cleaner who is responsible for the logs etc and makes sure everything is there for guests arrival. A definite remarked improvement from now on. With regards to the water pressure , the cottage is over 200 yrs old and its continuously being improved after each season and we will definitely look into this issue. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Terry4.1Jan 2023

  • "Beautiful cottage, homely and cosy provided a very much needed break."

    We will be back Struggled a little with the cooker …. Instructions on how to use would be helpful

    Reviewed by Zoe5.0Oct 2022

  • "Comfortable quirky cottage, the enclosed garden was ideal for the dogs and local to the village amenities."

    Reviewed by Gavin4.7Oct 2022

  • "We had a lovely stay at Bryn Peris, it’s in a great location in Moelfre which is a tiny but perfect village."

    At great place to explore the Island, with lots of beaches near by. The cottage was as described, the bedrooms are small but all part of the character of the cottage.

    Reviewed by Lisa3.4Aug 2022

  • "We have had a great week."

    The location is wonderful and we can see why the owners love this place so much. It was also really easy with our dogs and four teenagers (although the bunk beds really are more suited to small children). The bedrooms are very small but cosy. The doors are also very low which meant the two tallest family members knocked their heads on the frames quite a lot! The kitchen is well equipped - the only thing we really missed on the first morning was a way to make decent coffee so we bought a cafetière which we have left in the cupboard. There is also a slight problem with the guttering above the conservatory roof that was dripping all day & night, on the day it rained, just outside the bedroom window and was loud in the conservatory. We hired kayaks and paddleboards for the week which were delivered to the house and well used by our teens. Wonderful to be able to walk down to the beach every morning and evening and spot wildlife whilst the kids were on the water. The house certainly grew on us as we were there, we have enjoyed spending quality time as a family and would recommend it as a fantastic base for anyone to explore from.

    Reviewed by Susie4.4Aug 2022

  • "We really enjoyed our stay at Bryn Peris."

    A real home from home traditional cottage with great character & many of the traditional features maintained. But with a modern twist. We particularly enjoyed sitting out in the garden, playing cluedo in the dining room & relaxing in the conservatory. Literally cannot think of anything lacking or that could be improved. Great area in superb setting with loads to do. Highly recommended. Meal out at the Tavern on the Bay at St David’s bay a must

    Reviewed by Matthew5.0Aug 2022

  • "We really loved our week staying in Bryn Peris."

    The house was perfect for our family's needs, and the garden was a great size for our dog to run around in and just beautiful for us to sit in. The two children were thrilled that there was a Nintendo Switch for them to play on in the evenings! Only one comment to make would be for the addition of a cafetière in the kitchen. We're big coffee drinkers and missed being able to make a cafetière coffee in the mornings! We will hopefully be back again in the future. Thank you for a lovely stay.

    Reviewed by Elspeth4.7Aug 2022

  • "The house was comfortable and as described in the listing."

    The bedrooms are small and if 6 people are staying it would be cramped as there’s not much storage upstairs. The kitchen was a good size and well stocked with utensils. The bathroom was spacious, the shower was good with plenty of hot water. Outside the back garden was a good size and enclosed if you have a dog with you. Moelfre is a lovely village with a shop, pub, cafe and a small stoney beach. There’s a beautiful sandy beach just a mile up the road. Overall we had a pleasant stay but wouldn’t stay here again as the bedrooms were just too small.

    Reviewed by Karen3.4Jul 2022

  • "A brilliant bolthole on Anglesey perfect for coastal walks and exploring the island."

    Super-comfy beds, a lovely sunny garden, and enough space for our family of two adults, two teens plus our dog to chill out. The owners have thought about what you need to properly self-cater, with a well-stocked kitchen, washing machine and huge gas range cooker. We took advantage of some of the games in the living room one wet afternoon, but otherwise had wall-to-wall sunshine. We did need to report a minor issue with the guttering to the holiday company and they turned up to check it out the following day - great service. Moelfre is lovely; a quintessential fishing village with amazing ice cream, a pub, cafe and lovely little trinket shop. You can be on the coastal path in just a few minutes from the cottage’s front door. Head out to Lligwy beach for golden sands as far as the eye can see (c20 mins walk), or challenge yourself to walk to Benllech (about 2 hours and some tough terrain).

    Thank you so much for your lovely positive feedback and its nice to hear that you had a lovely holiday and the weather was kind to you. We are sorry you had issues with the guttering but nice to know Menai Holiday Company came to deal with the problem for you . We hope you come and stay again in the near future. Thanks again. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Louise4.7May 2022

  • "Oven and Grill wasn't clean and the oven trays were in a poor conditon."

    Cutlery draw was a bit gruby. Advertised as pet friendly but pets not allowed on furniture or upstairs which would be a big issue for some. On the plus side the cottage was comfortable, nicely furnished. The beds were very comfortable. Garden seating was nice to use on sunny days. Off road parking was good. The cottage was only a few minutes walk from the beach and coastal walk, arrival and leaving times meant we in effect lost a day, Asking people to leave at 9.30am is pushing it especially as you ask folk to clear the bedding and towels and clean the house. Arriving at 5pm means you loose most of the day.

    Thank you for your feedback it is greatly appreciated. We appologise regarding the trays and will replace them on our next visit in June. We have addressed the issue with the cutlery draw with the cleaners and asked them to overview the drawers etc and make sure they are clean for the next client. The arrival times have been changed as a client previously mentioned this so arrival is now 4pm and the leaving time is 10am as stated on the website. Thank you again and we hope to see you soon. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Chris4.1May 2022

  • "The cottage was lovely, very spacious, very clean considering it allows dogs, perfect location, beds very comfortable."

    I will definitely stay here again, the only negative I would say is he check in time at 5pm is too late when your are travelling with two young children it would be better if the check in time was earlier so you can drop all the luggage off first and head out for the day, also the check out time of 9.30am seems extremely early especially when travelling with young children you lose a day when the check-in time is so late and have to be out so early so that could do with looking into to make it more convenient for young families.

    Hello and thanks for your feedback. I am glad you enjoyed your stay at Bryn Peris. The check in and out times were changed due to covid to allow cleaners more time and are are generally set by Sykes/Menai. I fully appreciate you comments and I have spoken to Menai who contacted the cleaner. Moving forward check in is 4pm and check out is 10am. I hope you feel this is more convenient and thanks again for your feedback. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Lauren5.0May 2022

  • "Property was spotless and smelt lovely."

    But it was cold and we had an awful draught that came through the conservatory, maybe a door should be put there. Cottage in a fantastic position we would stay again and recommend

    Thank you for your feedback and we are in the process of trying to address the situation with regards to the conservatory. Due to the age of the cottage it does not hold the heat so I agree it needs something especially during the colder months or evenings. We have since put a screen in the lounge which can be used by guests to partition the conservatory at night but we will be looking for a more permanent solution at the end of the holiday season Property Owner

    Reviewed by Alison4.4Feb 2022

  • "Onlt 3 nights but a lovely break, well done; your house is very well transformed into that chocolate box cottage you dreamt of."

    Nothing to complain about (why ahould we?) but, sorry, it is a pity about the conservatory!!!

    WilliamsOct 2021

  • "We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Moelfre and this lovely cottage."

    Everything in the cottage is top quality, soft furnishings and a comfy sofa make it very comfortable. We didn't venture far at all, spending our days on the beach. Thank you Websters, you have an amazing cottage in a beautiful setting

    The Brumpton FamilyAug 2021

  • "Great location for the village and surrounding beaches."

    Reviewed by Lucy4.7Jul 2021

  • "Just spent a perfect week in this lovely cottage, so relaxing."

    A chocolate box cottage, made us smile as we pulled around the corner. Everything we could want for a comfortable stay. The charm still remains in each room. The weather was stunning, very warm and spent most of the time in Moelfre on the beach. Lovely to see everyone enjoying the water. We took our kayaks on then sat on teh beach with a cold beer from teh local pub and a disposable BBQ, absolute bliss. Thank you, we will be back.

    The RobinsonsJul 2021

  • "We had the most enjoyable stay as a family."

    It was our first trip to Anglesey and the cottage and village were an absolute delight. The cottage had such a homely, personal feel we felt immediately at home. It was so quiet and peaceful and was the ideal relaxing break away. We would definitely consider going back and staying in the cottage again and would not hesitate in recommending a stay there to anyone. Stunning views and the people were so friendly.

    Reviewed by Nadia5.0May 2021

  • "The cottage is lovely, made even better by wall to wall sunshine every day."

    Family back home having day after day of bad weather, rain, hailstones and freezing temperatures. We like the large settee in the conservatory with sun streaming in and so comfortable. Moelfre is our favourite place and this place of comfort has made us sad to be going home. Hopefully we will meet again

    Blackshaw FamilyMay 2021

  • "Wow! What a lovely place - both the cottage and Moelfre."

    The Cottage is like a home from home, it's so nice to finally come to somewhere where the owners clearly care about attention to detail that gives your OK that little bit extra. We actually LOVED the big sofa in the conservatory - a lovely place to relax after a long coastal walk. Just cannot fault the place, thank you Websters! P.S. loved the garden too, spent hours chilling in the sun

    May 2021

  • "Not sure whether your site information lists that the oven is gas, not a game changer but was a challenge for me."

    although i did learn a new skill, normally we would not eat in but due to current circumstances this was unavoidable. cottage had everything we needed, and village location lovely. Bedrooms on small side but then only needed for sleeping, Used as a base to walk the coastal path, managed to get half way round, tried to use buses where possible. enjoyed our stay

    Reviewed by Charles5.0Apr 2021

  • "Bryn Peris is a lovely cottage with low ceilings ( careful if you are over 6ft)."

    Well furnished to a high quality and a well furnished kitchen. All that was missing was a tea pot ( thought that an essential !). Enjoyed the wood burning stove too. Good off road parking for 2 cars and a very easy walk to the centre of Moelfre and the beaches. Good village with a small shop, local pub (Kimnel Arms) and cafe/ restaurant ( Anne’s Pantry). Only issue was the back door which had swollen and couldn’t be opened which meant to get to the garden and cars you had to squeeze through the conservatory which was rather overfilled with a very very large sofa.

    Reviewed by Catherine4.7Oct 2020

  • "What a beautiful cottage, in a very pretty village, well presented to a very high standard."

    Ideally situated in a quiet spot just a stones throw from the village centre, costal walks from the doorstep. Lovely garden.Nice conservatory but spoiled by a huge sofa taking up all the room. Good parking but needs care coming out of enclosed drive as backs on to a minor road right on the bend, but road not too busy. Also no gate on front garden so bear in mind if you have a dog or children as this also leads out to the road. Nice pub in village, local shop has all basics with good local produce but go early for the lovely fresh bread. Plenty of places to eat in surrounding towns and most are dog friendly. I’d definitely recommend saying here.

    Reviewed by Heather4.7Sep 2020

  • "We spent a week at Bryn Peris with our 2 teenage children, grandparents and cockapoo in August 2020."

    The cottage is one of the prettiest in Moelfre and is beautifully and thoughtfully decorated and furnished to create a cosy and welcoming home away from home. The cottage is surprisingly spacious downstairs with a good sized family dining space and comfy sofa in the conservatory to relax into. We found the kitchen was very well equipped to cook family meals. The garden was a good size and fully enclosed so great for dogs, bbq's and eating outdoors if the weather allows! It was only a short walk to the pubs, cafe's and pretty pebble beach in the centre of Moelfre. You can access the coastal path nearby the cottage and there's a lovely walk to the beautiful, sandy Lligwy beach and cafe for a fab day out! It was a perfect location to explore Anglesey from, we had days out to Newborough, Church Bay, Trearrdur and Rhosneigr which were all around 30 minutes drive away. We highly recommend the cottage for a restful, homely stay on Anglesey.

    Reviewed by Rachael5.0Jul 2020

  • "Quaint chocolate box cottage."

    Our first impression was amazing as we pulled up to the cottage and Inside it did not disappoint. Nicely decorated with great attention to detail. Loved the fact it was sympathetic to a cottage designed/style and not sparse and uncomfortable. The cottage was well equipped with everything we could want and more. Loved sitting in the conservatory watching the children play in the ample garden. The location is fantastic for everything you could want from a welsh holiday. Coastal walks all straight from the cottage door were breath taking. The children and dog had a ball. Looking forward to many more visits! Stu and Suz

    Stuart & Susan SephtonJun 2020

  • "We enjoyed a glorious week at this cottage."

    It is ideally situated for coastal walks in either direction, Ann’s pantry looking over the sea, the local pub, village shop and fish and chip shop. Lligwy beach is only a half an hour walk away along the coastal path and well worth the visit. The cottage is well equipped for ease and comfort. Plenty of space to the rear with an enclosed gated garden which has room for a car. We will definitely return !

    James & Katie NewbyJun 2020

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  • Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x bunk
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room with woodburning stove Sitting room with open fire
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating with open fire and woodburning stove
  • Initial supply of logs provided
  • Gas range double oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV and WiFi
  • Nintendo Switch with 3 games
  • Fuel and power inc in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc in rent
  • Off road parking for one car
  • Enclosed garden with lawned area and gravelled patio
  • Two dogs welcome, please ask for additional pets
  • Sorry, no smoking allowed
  • Shop 0.5 miles, pub 0.3 miles
  • Note: There is a £100 Good Housekeeping Bond at this cottage.

The property

Sitting within striking distance of the east coast of Anglesey in the pretty village of Moelfre is this detached property, Bryn Peris.

This two hundred year old cottage (which reputedly once housed Charles Dickens while he wrote about the wreck of the Royal Charter!) is ideal for families in pursuit of a traditional coastal holiday to this part of North Wales, home to the finest beaches and views.

The interior of the property enjoys a clever blend of traditional charm and contemporary design, creating a warm and welcoming base to return to each day.

Step into the sitting room, where the exposed beams frame the plush seating arrangement and the traditional open fire, a great spot for unwinding and tuning into the TV as the fire crackles.

Whilst the sitting room is great for the whole family to come together, the conservatory offers a tranquil space to enjoy an hour's peace and quiet.

Certain to entice a spot of home-cooking is the well-equipped, characterful kitchen, home to a Range cooker and everything else you could possibly need to rustle up a local dish or a tasty snack.

Join your loved ones within the dining room, where a woodburning stove gently fills the room with warmth as you toast to a wonderful holiday and plan the following day’s adventures.

As the evening draws to a close, head up the stairs to catch your rest within one the well-presented bedrooms, each one enjoying lovely views and enough hanging space for your belongings.

Choose between two double bedrooms and a bunk bedroom, which has been designed to delight any younger guests of the group.

During the summer months, venture out into your garden and soak up the sun on the lawn, offering a great spot for a picnic and spacious enough for your canine companions to stretch their legs.

Look forward to strolling around this charming village, where you will find a number of amenities, including the local shop of Rhen Fecws where you can pick up freshly baked bread, homemade cakes and essentials, accompanied by a pub, a fish and chip shop and a number of cafés.

Within the surrounding area you will be spoilt for choice by the beaches that are awaiting to be enjoyed, including the village’s local beach, Traeth Bychan, Porth yr Aber and Porth Helaeth, where all kinds of watersport opportunities can be had, from canoeing, kayaking and kite surfing.

For those wishing to explore further, choose to walk the coastal path for breath-taking scenery or immerse yourself in the local history to walking the Middle Ages Tour, where you will discover a 4th century stone-built Celtic-Romano village.

Further afield attractions include the beach at Newborough, the city of Bangor and Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry into Dublin for the day.

Bryn Peris is a splendid retreat promising a relaxed holiday in Moelfre.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.

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About the location


Lligwy 2 miles; Benllech 2.5 miles.

Situated on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey, Moelfre is a delightful seaside village, boasting little cottages, a picturesque port, a beach, fine views of Snowdonia, a working lifeboat, and two quality pubs/restaurants. Visit the hugely popular local Seawatch Centre, enjoy fishing or watching sea birds, seals and even dolphins, or discover wonderful cliff-top walks with stunning mountain views. The village has many historic links, the most recent being the site of the tragic Royal Charter shipwreck in 1859. There are stunning sandy beaches nearby, at Benllech and Lligwy, and the lovely Red Wharf Bay, with its miles of open sands and birdlife. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.

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Note: Please mind your head at the bathroom door and the low banister on the upper level due to the age of the cottage.
Note: 2 dogs welcome please ask Menai for additional - charge of £20 per extra pet

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas