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Book Christmas and New Year Breaks on The Isle of Anglesey at the Granary Cottage Apartment
- Near the Coast
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
Granary Apartment - Llandyfrydog
Nestled amongst the gently rolling hills of Anglesey, the farm offers comfortable holiday accommodation in four charming cottages. The Granary, one of those cottages, sleeps up to four guests and is located on the first floor of a converted stone barn. With expansive roof lights throughout, the cottage has a light and airy aspect.
You may also book the Annexe if available that sleeps, 2 adults from £85 Per Week
The Granary Sleeps max people: 4
There are two large bedrooms in The Granary, one with a double bed, and one with twin beds. A spacious bathroom features a full-size bath, with over-bath shower. Bed linen and towels are provided. There is a generous lounge-diner, with plenty of room to relax after a day spent exploring the island. The kitchen includes everything required for a comfortable and enjoyable self-catering holiday. Wi-Fi is available in the property.
Outside, there is dedicated parking for the cottage, and guests are welcome to make use of the three acres of gardens and grounds. The summerhouse, in particular, makes a charming spot to enjoy an evening drink, watching the ducks and moorhens as they potter around the ponds.
Deri Fawr is located to the north of the island and makes the perfect base for exploring. Just a short drive away, the seaside villages of Benllech and Moelfre have been tempting holidaymakers for many years, offering the simple pleasures of sandy beaches, sheltered bathing and holiday treats such as ice creams and fish and chips. There are so many delightful beaches on Anglesey, it can be difficult to know which one to choose, but Lligwy Beach, just a few minutes drive from Deri Fawr, is said to be one of the finest beaches on the island.
Whilst The Granary has everything needed for a great self-catering holiday, everyone likes to eat out once in a while during their holiday, and there are plenty of choices across the island, to suit all budgets and tastes. Catch 22 Brasserie, in Valley, is a real gem, serving delicious meals that make use of the freshest local produce. Closer to home, the Kinmel Arms, in Moelfre, is a charming, friendly pub, serving hearty, freshly-prepared meals.
Anglesey is criss-crossed by over 650 miles of footpaths and trails, including 125 miles of the Wales Coast Path. It's easy to find a trail that suits your interests and ability, whether you want a gentle afternoon stroll by the sea or an all-day hiking expedition, taking in some more strenuous terrain. Other outdoor activities on offer locally include kitesurfing, kayaking, RIB rides, and horse riding. Anglesey has five excellent golf courses too, for visitors to enjoy.
From Beaumaris Castle to the megalithic burial chambers that dot the landscape, such as Bryn Celli Ddu, there is a wealth of historic sites to discover on Anglesey. Plas Newydd Gardens and Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens are both very pretty and well worth a visit. Of course, the charming towns and villages of Anglesey also deserve a visit, including Amlwch, Menai Bridge, Holyhead, and Llangefni.
With so much to see and do on Anglesey, The Granary at Deri Fawr makes an ideal base for a fabulous holiday in this special part of Wales.
The Granary is not suitable for young children.
No parties or events.
Check-in is anytime after 2 pm.
Check out by 10 am.