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Isle of Anglesey Self Catering Breaks. Cosy cottage from £395 per week for 2 people or £450 for 4 people. Short breaks offered.
- Near the Coast
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
Stables Apartment - Near Moelfre
Part of an 18th century stone barn, The Stables is a charming self-catering holiday cottage, sleeping up to four people. Close to the lovely seaside towns of Benllech and Moelfre, and just a mile from the coast, its the perfect base for exploring the wonderful island of Anglesey.
You may also book the Annexe if available that sleeps, 2 adults from £85 Per Week
The Stables Sleeps max people: 4
The accommodation at The Stables is all on the ground floor, making this an ideal choice for visitors who have limited mobility. There are two spacious bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds. The bathroom has a bath with over-bath shower, and towels and bed linen are provided. The kitchen has everything needed for an enjoyable self-catering holiday, including oven, fridge-freezer, and microwave. The lounge/dining area is spacious, with plenty of room to share family meals and relax after a days sightseeing. WiFi is available. If additional accommodation is required, a separate annexe, sleeping two, is available to book in conjunction with The Stables.
Outside, there is parking and direct access to the three acres of gardens and grounds, which guests are welcome to explore. After a day spent exploring the sights of Anglesey, or having fun on one of the many beaches, the summerhouse makes an enchanting spot to kick back and relax, watching the moorhens and ducks on the pretty ponds.
The apartment is just a mile away from the lagoon beach at Dulas, which is a great place for a coastal stroll, taking in the tidal pools and seabirds, not to mention the eerie shipwrecks on the beach. For more traditional beach activities, Anglesey has an abundance of choices, including Benllech, Rhosneigr, and Trearddur Bay. Just ten minutes drive from Deri Fawr is Lligwy Beach, said to be the best beach on Anglesey.
Nature lovers will be delighted to find a range of nature reserves and wild places, brimming with birds, insects and wildlife. The RSPB reserve at South Stack is a must-see destination, and there are numerous other reserves dotted around the island. Lucky visitors may spot seals and dolphins from the shoreline, or red squirrels, roseate terns and bitterns.
Anglesey is gaining something of a reputation as a hotspot for outdoor activities, and visitors can enjoy such high-octane adventures as RIB rides on the Menai Strait, kayaking, coasteering and even mountaineering. There are over 600 miles of footpaths and trails on Anglesey, including 125 miles of coastal path, providing hikes to suit all ages and abilities.
There are plenty of excellent restaurants, pubs and cafes spread right across the island, so visitors who fancy a break from self-catering will have no trouble finding somewhere that suits their tastes and budget. From country pubs to elegant restaurants, Anglesey is fast gaining a name for the quality of its food offerings.
Whether you come to Anglesey for a traditional seaside holiday, or you are looking for plenty of sightseeing opportunities and pretty towns to explore, Anglesey very definitely has it all. With warm and comfortable accommodation in The Stables, visitors will be perfectly positioned to discover the magic of Anglesey for themselves.
No parties or events.
Check-in is anytime after 2 pm.
Check out by 10 am.