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Wed. 21st. August. Caravan Two. 3 nights @ £270
Saturday 24th. August. The Byre. 7 nights @ £425,
The Stables @ £580 or Caravan One @ £485 per week.
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- Near the Coast
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
The Byre Holiday Rental - Moelfre
The Byre is a cosy cottage that sleeps two, tucked away just a mile from the Anglesey coast. Originally part of an 18th century stone barn, The Byres accommodation is single storey, all on the ground floor. With private patio area and access to three acres of gardens and grounds, The Byre is ideal for a romantic getaway on the magical island of Anglesey.
You may also book the Annexe if available that sleeps, 2 adults from £85 Per Week
The Byre Sleeps Max people: 2
The bedroom features a super king sized bed, which can be separated to form two single beds if required. There is a modern shower room, with all towels and bed linen provided. The lounge and dining area provides plenty of room for two to eat and relax, and the fully-equipped kitchen has everything you need to enjoy a great self-catering holiday. Outside, there is a barbecue for guests to use and private parking. Guests often enjoy a drink in the summerhouse in the evening, enjoying the sight and sound of the ducks paddling in the two ponds.
Anglesey is famous for its beaches, and there is a beach here to suit all tastes. The closest beach, at Dulas, is an estuarine lagoon that is perfect for romantic walks, with the opportunity to spot all kinds of seabirds on the shore, as well as atmospheric shipwrecks. A little further afield, Benllech and Moelfre pull in the crowds, with their seaside charms, but there are any number of smaller beaches and coves just waiting to be discovered, each with their own unique character and appeal.
Walkers are well catered for on Anglesey, with over 650 miles of accessible footpaths and trails, including over 125 miles of the Wales Coast Path. From a gentle walk on the beach to a more challenging all-day hike, there really is something for everyone. For those looking for more adventure, a RIB ride on the Menai Strait, a coasteering experience or some sea kayaking are all guaranteed to get those pulses racing.
Wales is famous for its castles, and Beaumaris Castle is one of the finest, making for an exciting and fascinating day out. Still, within easy reach, the castles at Conwy and Caernarfon, back in mainland Wales, are well worth a day trip. Other historic sites on Anglesey include many megalithic burial chambers, including the amazing Bryn Celli Ddu, and plenty of historic houses, such as Plas Newydd.
A holiday isn't complete without a break from self-catering for at least one evening, and guests have plenty of local restaurants and pubs to choose from. Ty Dderw Country Inn at nearby Moelfre, is a popular choice, along with The Pilot Boat Inn, at Dulas. Further afield, there are choices to suit all budgets and tastes, so visitors will never be short of restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from.
From a romantic weekend to a longer holiday, The Byre is the perfect place for couples to relax and discover the many hidden gems of Anglesey. With every convenience, as well as complete peace and tranquility, holidays here are sure to be a hit.
No parties or events.
Check-in is anytime after 2 pm.
Check out by 10 am.