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Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
This popular 3 bedroom holiday home with sea views from a south facing patio and a lovely log burner captures the magnificent views of the bay at Port Moelfre and the Snowdonia Mountain Range. Situated in the heart of the village of Moelfre a historic fishing village, the home of one of Anglesey's 2 lifeboat stations. Fresh and bright throughout ideal for long weekends or holidays. Equipped with walking books and Ordnance Survey maps for family walks or Snowdonia adventure.
Bed linen, towels, heating and a full log basket on arrival all included in the price.
An easy 2 hrs drive from Manchester and located on a quite road alongside traditional welsh cottages. The property has ample private parking room for 2 cars, or one car and a jetski. A private rear garden, raised south facing patio with sea views (ideal for sundowners) and a log burning stove (ideal for toasting toes) . Bryn Meirion contains board games, a selection of novels, Ordnance Survey maps, walking books and a family DVD library for nights in or to keep smaller members of your party occupied.
The immediate area is renowned for its walking, canoeing and fine Sandy beaches at Din Lligwy and Benllech. . The property is 2 minutes walk from the nearest pebble beach and 3 minutes from the local pub “The Kinmel” and local restaurant Annes pantry. The long sandy beach at Ligwy bay is just 1.5 miles away.
A perfect get away to relax, unwind and recharge your batteries. Please read the reviews to see what our guests say.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Bangor 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, Video player, CD player|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Downstairs is a lounge / dining room with the cosy log burner as a centre piece. There are plenty of books, DVDs, walking maps, and board games along with a HD Freeview TV / DVD / VCR and a PS2 (for vintage gamers) to keep all entertained.
The dining room faces onto the rear garden containing the south facing terrace with its large bench seat and table a popular destination for our guests to catch some rays and indulge in out-door lunches, dinners and basking in the aromas of freshly grilled food from the Webber charcoal barbecue.
Upstairs is a newly fitted bathroom (with electric shower) and three bedrooms. One bedroom has a double bed, one a single and one a bunk bed with a single on top and double (full mattress) on the bottom to give lots of flexibility re sleeping arrangements. In the rear bedroom is a TV with built in DVD player (just for DVD watching) giving some privacy for members of your party who'd like some time on their own.
The landing window gives a perfect portrait view of the bay and mountain ranges beyond as does the gable window in the single bedroom, perfect places to perch with your "wake up" mug of coffee or tea.
We have off road parking in front of the house (a scarcity in Moelfre) for two cars or a car / jetski combination and for our more organised guests the good news is that Tesco in Bangor will do a home delivery timed for just after your arrival.
|Further details outdoors|
Bryn Meirion's south facing patio with views over Moelfre's picture postcard bay with its large picnic table and bench seats is where most of our guests spend the bulk of their time basking in the fresh air and sunshine. Its not uncommon for guests to have breakfast, lunch and dinner outside basking in the aromas of freshly grilled food from the Webber charcoal barbeque, idylic !
By popular request this is a no smoking property.
Please ask about WiFi.
I'm sorry but we don't allow pets and we rent to couples and families only.
About this location
The North Wales region
Anglesey is thriving with activities and places to see to suit all ages and interests. Moelfre itself is a picturesque former fishing village with a long maritime history – the active Moelfre Lifeboat Station and Moelfre Seawatch Centre attract many visitors every year with Moelfre is also on the Anglesey Coastal Path. You;ll be pleasantly surprised regarding the lovely sandy beaches just 2 miles away at Benllech, Din Lligwy and Traeth Buchan.
Beaumaris and its Castle are also popular visit attractions and for those of you more adventurous Treaddur bay is one of the UK's most popular kite and wind surfing destinations. Conwy, Llandudno, Betys-Y-Coed, Caernarfon are all within easy reach no more than 30 minutes away by car,
Places of Interest: Moelfre Coast Path, Moelfre Seawatch Centre, Moelfre Lifeboat Station, South Stack LightHouse, Point Llynas, Beaumaris, Menai Bridge, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Anglesey Coast Path, Castles (Caernarfon, Beaumaris, Conwy), North Wales Path, Aber Falls, Plas Newyd Country House, Isel of Anglesey Riding Centre, Ellins Tower, Bangor Pier, Foel Farm Park, Llynon Mill, Anglesey Vineyard, Port Meirion, Anglesey Jam Factory, Great Orme, Newborough Beach
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2 Nov 2014
"Great location, comfy and cosy ..a relaxing place to stay."
We have a lovely few days in Moelfre. Accommodation was good, clean and well kitted out. Roomy for us-a family of five. The views from the house and garden were great. Walks straight from the house with lots to do on the island.A charming village.
11 Aug 2014
"A great holiday cottage"
This was our second visit to Bryn Meirion having enjoyed our first stay so much.It's a great cottage with all the facilities you need - games,books and dvd's and a PS2 which the children lov… More
23 Jun 2014
"Perfect for our needs"
My husband and I stayed at Bryn Meirion for a week at the beginning of June. We chose this rental because of its location and amenities and were not disappointed on either count. A very short walk down the hill brings you to the waterfront and coastal path as well as the tea shop, pub, etc. So convenient! The house itself was scrupulously clean and provisioned with all the amenities that you would want in a home away from home (a big pasta pan was the only thing we missed). The garden area in back overlooking the water is beautiful and a perfect spot to relax and have a drink or a snack. The owners and caretakers were friendly and accommodating even when we called to ask if arriving earlier than we'd planned would be okay (it was). We had a great time and wished we didn't have to leave so soon. Thank you for providing such a special place to spend our time in Wales. Plus, we will always wonder how the seagull chicks that hatched on the next roof over (seen out one of the kitchen windows) are faring. What a treat to witness those three little fluffballs!
You'll be pleased to here the chicks have grown from strength ! We like Bryn Meirion to be as comfortable, clean and as complete as we'd expect from a holiday home ourselves. These combined with a perfect position makes for a lovely holiday.
23 Jun 2014
"Excellent property in a beautiful location"
We have just returned from a fabulous week staying at this lovely property. It is very comfortable and everything you could wish for is provided. The garden and seating area were fully used as the sun shone for the whole week and the view from the garden over the sea to the mountains of Snowdonia was spectacular. You can relax immediately. The agents only being next door was very good and they are both really friendly and helpful. I can recommend the fish and chip shop and Anns Pantry in Moelfre as well as The Old Boathouse at Red Wharf Bay if you want a break from cooking. Hope to be back next year.
Its nice to hear you had a lovely visit, We are lucky to have views over the sea to Snowdonia with our guests taking full advantage of the sunny patio all day long.
17 Jun 2014
This was a great home away from home, everything we needed in a lovely setting. We cooked and ate in every night, enjoying the back garden as much as we could when the sun was out. The view is wonderf… More
We are pleased you had such a lovely time and it was nice that you had a chance to play with some of the board games. Sea views, sun and scrabble, perfect.
3 Oct 2013
"Fabulous cottage, ideal for family holiday"
We had a wonderful week at the cottage, couldn't have been better. Wonderful location, great for evening walks along the coast path, watching the sun set and dolphins in the sea. Near to beaches and attractions on the island.
Well equipped house with everything you need, lots of space for a family. Downstairs loo very handy!!
Best views from the garden and front bedroom. Lovely to sit in the garden with a glass of wine and watch the sea.
Parking great, really easy.
Loved staying there, Moelfre is such a lovely place, pub, chippy, beach, gift shop and post office/shop.
The guide book could do with a little updating e.g. doesn't mention the Waitrose on the island, but this is a very minor point.
Thanks for your comments, being able to spot dolphins made your holiday extra special ! Bryn Meirion is fortunate to benefit from an excellent location, the patio's south facing sea views provide a perfect backdrop to sit back and relax. With the coast paths being just outside and our parking (which is scarce in Moelfre) make for a hassle free holiday location.
16 Sep 2013
Lovely cosy cottage, owners very helpful and neighbours also very helpful. Had a great week here. Excellent base for touring around north Wales and great to come back to at the end of the day. Very… More
We are pleased you enjoyed your stay, having the log burner for when the nights turn chilly is something all of our visitors enjoy. It really makes a difference creating a cosy ambience along with the beauty of the dancing flames, no matter the weather outside. Looking forward to having you as our guests again.
16 Jun 2013
The cottage was comfortable with a home from home feel. The view from the patio was perfect. We ate at the local pub and can also recommend the chip shop!. The house is ideally situated for long or sh… More
Thanks for your lovely comments and we are pleased you enjoyed the stay, our south facing sea view patio is loved by all the guests and it's hard to leave behind. We are looking forward to having you as guests in the future.
12 Apr 2013
Beautiful cottage, beautiful location.. Could not have asked for a nicer place to stay .. Every thing was lovely, clean and organised to a very high standard. The views from the cottage garden patio are to die for !! Generous amount of logs supplied for the lovely burner which was much appreciated.. We love Moelfre and have stayed in local hotels before but am so glad we chose this little gem as we were able totally relax for a few days and enjoy the peace and quiet of this wonderful part of the world. We will be back !!
Thanks for your feedback and lovely comments. We work hard to provide a high standard of accommodation for our guests, from the log basket full on arrival and the sea views waiting for them from the private south facing patio. See you soon.
7 Apr 2013
"Lovely cottage, perfect village location, cosy log burning stove"
We enjoyed a great week in this lovely, clean, comfortable, well equipped house. The log burning stove was a really nice feature. Plenty of space for our family of 5. Great communication from the owners beforehand. Helpful and friendly neighbours who act as agents. Lovely garden with fantastic sea view from patio. Good off road parking. Fabulous central village location. An easy stroll to local amenities - newsagent/general store, pub, cafe, chippy (new owners, gorgeous fish and chips). Wonderful coastal walks virtually from the front door. Lots of info provided, maps etc.
Thanks for your positive comments. I'm pleased you found the information we provided useful, we really want our guests to get the most out of their stay. The location is special meaning you can leave the car on the drive all week if you'd like.
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