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Book a Bargain Break in Anglesey Holiday Cottages. Cosy cottage from £395 per week for 2 people or £450 for 4 people. Short breaks offered.
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
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
Just a mile from the seaside village of Dulas, on Anglesey, The Smithy is one of a handful of holiday cottages nestled around a traditional farmyard. A lovingly converted stone barn, The Smithy is surrounded by three acres of gardens and grounds, which all guests are welcome to explore and enjoy.
You may also book the Annexe if available that sleeps, 2 adults from £85 Per Week
The Smithy Sleeps max people: 4
Sleeping up to four guests, The Smithy has one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The contemporary bathroom has a bath and over-bath shower. Bed linen and towels are provided. A cot is available for younger guests if required.
Downstairs, there is a well-equipped kitchen, with everything needed to enjoy a self-catering holiday, along with a comfortable and spacious lounge, with TV and Wi-Fi.
Outside, guests have their own patio and parking area, and they are free to explore the three acres of gardens and woodland that surround the cottages. Tucked away from the road, Deri Fawr offers complete peace and tranquility, with just the sounds of wild birds to delight you.
Anglesey has long been a firm favorite with holidaymakers from across the UK and beyond. Families love the sandy beaches and sheltered bathing spots, whilst history lovers enjoy the areas many castles and historic places. The islands bustling towns of Holyhead, Llangefni and Menai Bridge all charm visitors with their independent shops and friendly atmosphere.
There are so many beaches to choose from on Anglesey that you could quite easily visit a different one on each day of your holiday. Porth Tywyn Mawr beach and the beaches of Rhosneigr offer vast stretches of golden sands for families to enjoy, whilst smaller beaches like Porth Padrig and Porth Trwyn attract those who want to find their own little piece of unspoiled magic, tucked away from the crowds. With sheltered waters and soft sand, Anglesey offers the simple pleasures of a family holiday by the seaside.
For those who would like a more active holiday, taking in some local places of interest, theres plenty to choose from. Of course, Beaumaris Castle is a must-see for any holidaymaker, along with Plas Newydd House and Gardens, looking out over the Menai Strait. Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens are a joy to wander around, and a trip to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll railway station is on most visitors bucket list, just to try their hand at pronouncing the full version of this villages name - the longest place name in Europe.
Food lovers are always impressed at the choice of great restaurants and eateries around Anglesey, from smart gastropubs to elegant town-center restaurants. Sosban and The Old Butchers Restaurant ( Menai Bridge) is one of Angleseys stars, and The White Eagle at Rhoscolyn is a favorite with families looking for great food in a relaxed setting.
Whether you are visiting Anglesey for the first time, or youve been coming back time and again over the years, The Smithy at Deri Fawr is the perfect base for exploring this magical part of Wales
No parties or events.
Check-in is anytime after 2 pm.
Check out by 10 am.