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- Near the Coast
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Own Parking
- Secure Storage
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
Llys Tegfan One Holiday House - Beaumaris
Llys Tegfan One is located in the village of Llandegfan just two miles from Beaumaris town. It is set on the South West coast of Anglesey and is a great base from which to explore the island and the Snowdonia National Park. One of very few holiday cottages in Anglesey with a swimming pool Llys Tegfan is divided into two-holiday lets. Llys Tegfan One has 4 bedrooms which sleep 8 and a lovely range of facilities. Guests have allocated exclusive use of a heated swimming pool in a glass enclosure.
Llys Tegfan One has 4 bedrooms: one with a double bed, another with a super king-size bed, and two each with a set of bunk beds. The bedrooms share a bathroom with a bath, shower over bath, toilet, and washbasin and a cloakroom with a washbasin and toilet.
The facilities are designed to make your stay enjoyable and pleasurable. They make your days indoors as wonderful as your days outdoors. They include:
A 36' heated swimming pool (located in the adjoining property) Guests have exclusive use of the pool for 5 allocated hours each day.
Pool available all year.
Exterior garden with BBQ
Free Wi-Fi internet access
Fully equipped kitchen
Lounge with television and DVD player
Utility room with laundry equipment
Child cot, bed, and high chair
The Isle of Anglesey is decked with lovely beaches suitable for bathing, relaxing, and walking. The nearest beach to Llys Tegfan is Llanddona Beach, part of Red Wharf Bay. During your stay, take time to visit the beaches and see what they have to offer.
If you enjoy playing golf, you'll be delighted to know that there is a golf club near to Llys Tegfan, the Baron Hill Golf Club. It has a 9-hole course that offers dramatic views of the Snowdonia Mountains and the Menai Straits.
The moated castle of Beaumaris is also a must-see. It was built in 1295 by King Edward in his effort to subdue the Welsh. It is home to a 17th-century courthouse and jail.