Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Built from stone with two foot wide walls this traditional long welsh cottage was formerly a stable block housing shire horses working the surrounding farm land. It is on one floor (disabled friendly) with a huge master king bedroom that has a new 42 inch Panasonic plasma full HD tv with full HD Freesat and HD sky sports and movies, bathroom with bath, separate shower, wc and washbasin, spacious sitting and dining area with modern galley kitchen. There is a wide sun deck area running along the front of the cottage with garden furniture and lpg gas barbecue for dining out on warm summer evenings. (May to Sept only).
There is ample secure parking outside the cottage which also has lpg gas central heating, hot water and gas cooker. Internal decoration to the highest standard with quality furniture, fixtures and fittings throughout. Huge Cinema style 50 inch Panasonic Plasma tv with HD sky sports and movies. Broadband may be available.
The Isle of Anglesey has a 125 mile coastline with blue flag beaches, all manner of sea activities and if you want a day out in Dublin then it's only about 2 hours away by sea cat. We are centrally located 10 to 15 minutes in any direction and you meet the sea. Why suffer the crowds in a town or village when you can relax quietly in your own detached quiet cottage.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||40 12 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Valley 9 km, Nearest railway: Bangor 12 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
Huge bedroom with oak laminate floor and King Size Bed. Egyptian cotton bed linen. Bathroom with full size bath and separate mains power shower.
For those who wish to pedal we offer cycle hire with helmets and you can even cycle around the lake next to the cottage or to enjoy the many other cycle routes we have on Anglesey.
Cycles from £16.00 per day or £10 per half day or 5 hours.
It's Official. Anglesey the third happiest area in the UK according to a government report 24 July 2012. Visit us and have a happy time. Remember........A moment enjoyed is never wasted and a smile reflects a happy heart and the time to be happy is now. This is our philosophy.
|Further details outdoors|
At Parc Cefni we have a cracking hair dressing salon and separate health and beauty salon. At SERENITY BEAUTY SALON Suzy and Nicky offer manicures, perdicures, eye treatments, spray tan, massage treatments nail extensions etc . Wendy's CREATIVE HAIR SALON offers the full range of ladies & gents hairdressing. You will not find better service or prices anywhere but then we are biased.
Situated adjacent to a 177 acre lake you may take the opportunity to stroll or cycle along the surrounding 3.7 mile path. A natural walk for you and your dog(s). They will enjoy the new sniff's and views around the lake.
We have wildlife in abundance, nature at its finest with swans, geese, ducks, pheasant, partridge, pigeons, doves, kestrels, sparrowhawks, buzzard, goshawk, moorhens, herons, cormorants, shag, gulls, crows, ravens, barn owls, tawny owls, snipe, curlew, woodpeckers, wagtails, wrens, dunnocks, starlings, warblers, robins, blackbirds, thrush, great tits and blue, yellow hammers, treecreepers, bunting, chaffinch, goldfinch, greenfinch, sparrow, magpies, red squirrels, foxes, weasels, rabbits, hares,and otters.
Because we are situated in open countryside surrounded by fields with cattle, sheep and horses and the lake with all the wildlife mentioned above a we do not allow fireworks of any description at any time.
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. If you book 6 nights then we use the 7 night price less 10%. For 5 nights the price is 85% of the 7 night price and 4 nights the price is 75% of the 7 night price. For 2/3 night stays the nightly price is as shown.
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
25% deposit payable on confirmation of booking. Balance payable 21 days before arrival. Charges during Bank holidays, Easter, Christmas and New Year may differ at owners discretion. If the booking is cancelled for whatever reason within 21 days of arrival then we may charge a nominal administration fee of £25 instead.
Please enquire. Minimum stay 2 nights. Dogs with responsible owners are very welcome!!!! Restrictions apply. Please enquire.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We do allow dogs in our cottage but usually only during Spring/Summer months. We can make exceptions during Autumn and Winter. When you enquire about our cottage please state clearly the breed(s) of the dog(s) you wish to bring with you.
We wish to make it clear that we do not under any circumstances allow any breed or cross breed of dog that is recognised or considered to be a potential threat or danger to humans or other animals.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If we allow you to bring your dog(s) then it is under the strict understanding that they must not be left in the cottage on their own for any length of time unless they are caged.
The North Wales region
It is now Official. Anglesey is the third happiest area in the UK according to a government report out today 24 July 2012. Visit us and have a happy time. Remember a moment enjoyed is never wasted and a smile reflects a happy heart and the time to be happy is now.
Anglesey is known as the Mother of Wales and examples of its long and proud history for you to visit are numerous.
Gwynedd, Caernarfon and Snowdonia within 30 minute drive. Not so happy places.
The Gulf Stream ensures a mild climate with exceptional air quality.
Local farmers market and other facilities in the County Town of Llangefni about 1 mile away. Llangefni is possibly the take away capital of the world. It also has an Asda, Aldi, Lidl, Iceland and Spar shops if you want to cook your own meals. The market on Thursday and Saturday has excellent fresh vegetables and some of the finest tastiest home reared lamb (just add mint sauce) and beef in the Universe.
Parc Cefni is centrally located about 15 minutes drive in any direction from the sea. Fantastic for water sports, lake and sea fishing, cycling, walking, birdwatching, horse riding and golf. Just visit the noisy towns and holiday villages and then return to your cosy cottage in the countryside.
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27 Aug 2013
"A beautiful holiday home in a beautiful place"
Third time to Bwthyn, and enjoyed it as much if not more than our other two visits.A beautiful holiday home with everything you could wish for for a great stay.Clean, comfortable, lovely furnishings,a… More
14 Jul 2013
The location of this cottage is ideal for exploring the island as the A5 and A55 are within easy reach. The cottage is an old Welsh Long House which has been refurbished in a modern style, whilst still maintaining original features. The cottage is very spacious, furnished beautifully and very well equipped. The amount of outdoor space that is available, is fantastic for any couple who wish to bring their dog(s) with them and there is also a very friendly horse called Taran who took a shine to my black lab Rosie. We were able to use our laptop outside the cottage and on the whole we were able to use our mobile phones.
I will certainly return to Bwythyn and would happily recommend to all.
As for the negative comments made by a previous couple, I found their comments to be unfounded. They are obviously not used to a gated drive, the walk along side the lake is only a three minute drive away (the timing includes opening and closing the gate) the so called industrial units comprised of small business' i.e. hairdressers etc and at no time did we feel that any of these people encroached on our privacy. As for the owners, they were extremely welcoming, friendly, helpful and at all times respectful of our privacy.
Many thanks to Arthur and his wife. We had a wonderful time!
1 Apr 2013
"Home from Home"
We have just returned from a very relaxing weekend at Bwthyn. This cottage was perfect for couples - ideal central location, modern furniture, well equipped and exceptionally clean. The very peaceful … More
18 Oct 2012
We stayed at Bwthyn for a short stay in October. I must say the cottage is the nicest we've ever stayed in. All the furnishings and fixtures were to a very high standard. I can't understan… More
8 Sep 2012
"Didn't meet our expectations but nice enough"
Just returned from a week at the cottage. We got booked last minute (2 weeks notice) and took our 2 dogs. We booked the cottage based on the photographs provided and summary. On arrival we was met and shown around the cottage and Parc (small industrial units on Parc) with gated access which closes after 5.30PM. Gates need to be opened and closed on entering/existing site. The private garden is not really private as it is open to the owners property and the industrial units where the whole of the cottage can be viewed so privacy is not provided. It would be a good idea to allocate a fenced aread to rear or side of cottage. The dogs cannot be left unattended as the area is open to the road/car park and field leading to the horse so you cannot sit down to relax. The cottage is attractive looking from the outside (stable conversions), the sofas really comfy and the TV's were an added bonus. We found the following negative points - the cottage is advertised a broadband available, this is not the case, we took our laptops and there was no wifi/broadband and no telephone signal (3). The washing machine and dryer is across the garden in a shed and is a shared facility. There is NO DIRECT ACCESS to the lake, you have to drive into the next village, there is no footpath on the main road to lead you to the next village. We felt the furnishings (rugs in bedrooms - threadbare) should be changed. Cooking utensils needs updating (tin-opener doesn't work), more pans/baking trays. The worst thing about our holiday was the smell (damp??) coming from the HUGE bed-room, we couldn't work out what the intense smell was but it wasn't pleasant at all and we had windows open for the full time we were in the cottage. Overall, if the cottage was given a little refurbishment, the smell sorted and a bit more privacy it would be an ideal place to visit. It didn't meet our expectations which we got from the past reviews and photos and feel that we needed to write something about our experience.
We are disappointed with Rachael & Leighton Mcmullen's review. Facts: In the property description we say broadband may be available Not is available. The garden extends to about 1.5 acres all of which is private. Like most properties the cottage has a gate which you open and close. We do not advertise or suggest there is direct access to the lake. If there was then reasonably it would have a gate to stop people crossing the property but then presumably the Mcmullens would object to opening/closing the gate. Like most properties the cottage can be viewed however it is detached with a 1.5 acre garden. The washing machine is indeed in a laundry house about 50 feet from the cottage within the garden. We are the only ones who use the facility to wash bedclothes/towels used by our guests. There are two rugs in the bedroom both by Laura Ashley and only two years old. The crockery is by Denby and utensils are two years old. We take pride in cleaning our properties and there was no smell in the cottage before the Mcmullens moved in. Their two wet dogs may help explain any smell. We are very disappointed that whilst at the cottage they chose not discuss the matters with us. NB We have three spare tin openers!! Arthur & Rhian
17 Aug 2012
Stayed at Bwthyn cottage for the second time.A beautiful spacious cottage with everything needed for a very enjoyable stay.Cottage very clean, spacious, comfortable with two huge tv's.Large garde… More
3 Apr 2012
"Lovely and relaxing stay on Anglesey"
This lovely cottage near Llangefni was the perfect retreat for a long weekend. The cottage is extremely spacious and modern, and we were very comfortable staying there. It's close enough to local shops etc to make self-catering (and popping out in the car for the paper) not too difficult, but has a secluded and rural location which means it's very quiet and serene. We'd definitely recommend the cottage to friends and hope to stay again!
31 Aug 2011
A beautiful cottage in a beautiful area.
Y Bwythyn was spotlessly clean, very comfortable and with everything needed for a good holiday.The owners were pleasant and friendly, but also gave us plenty of privacy.Dogs enjoyed the space and freedom, and we loved the horse in the field next to the garden.Hoping to book for next May/June, and having heard our excellent reports , my cousins also want to book the cottage for next June too.
A great base for exploring the beautiful Isle of Anglesey too.
Thank you Rhian and Arthur for your hospitality.
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