- £547 per week
- £78 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Outdoor storage
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 7 miles
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 1 mile
- Open fire or woodburner
- Countryside views
- On one level, no stairs
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Owl Cottage is tucked away in a very peaceful and tranquil part of the countryside, in the heart of the stunning island of Anglesey. One of a collection of cottages, this pretty property is in a beautiful tranquil setting with wonderful views, in an area rich in flora and fauna. Within the grounds is an on-site coarse fishing lake which has a decking area and cabin where you can sit and enjoy the atmosphere. Enjoy easy access to award winning beaches and the many other attractions of Anglesey. Moelfre is 7.5 miles away, Llangefni, 7 miles and Rhosneigr, 10.5 miles.
This group of five cottages can together sleep up to 15 people. For more information, please see Parc Newydd Cottages.
The cottage: this traditional stone barn conversion offers an abundance of character and charm with its white painted exterior, impressive vaulted and beamed ceiling, wood burning stove and wooden flooring. This single storey conversion is suitable for those with restricted mobility as it is all on one level apart from one step into the property. Central heating
The living room: open plan with comfortable seating and a large wood burning stove (initial logs provided), wooden flooring, Freeveiw TV/DVD and WiFi. The dining area has a table and chairs for four.
Kitchen: leading off the living room is the modern, fitted country style kitchen which has wooden work surfaces an electric oven and hob and microwave.
Bedrooms: there are two ground floor bedrooms, a twin and a double, both of which are carpeted and have pine bedroom furniture.
Shower room: with heated towel rail, WC, basin and and modern corner shower unit.
Outside: to the front, is a small paved seating area with tables and chairs. Another shared seating area with barbecue is found opposite the cottage. The extensive grounds have grass paths winding through them leading to the beautiful coarse fishing lakes which have decking areas to sit and admire the wildlife. Secure outside bike storage available. Private parking.
The owners of this collection of properties are on hand to ensure your stay is of the highest standard at all times. Many guests tend to spend time just enjoying the relaxing environment however for the more adventurous there is plenty to see and do as the location is very central. See Local Area for more information.
Note there is no on site washing machine but a laundry service is available for guests
Electricity and central heating included
Bed linen and towels included
No smoking inside please
This collection of cottages near the small village of Llanerchymedd offers an superb environment for everyone; couples on romantic jaunts, nature-lovers who will appreciate the beauty of the on site lake, and families who can make use of the extensive grounds and playing space. The off-peak months attract many young couples with pre-school children who return to year after year.
Central Anglesey is a land of rolling green fields, ancient churches, burial sites and sacred wells, of course you are never far away from the magnificent coastline with its stunning beaches and coastal paths. Moelfre, around 7 miles away, is a very pretty village with a rich maritime history and superb coastal walking, not forgetting a great café and pretty shops. Lligwy beach is a lovely sandy beach with a seasonal beach cafe. Nearby Benllech is more of a traditional seaside resort with a large sandy beach and its fair share of ice cream and fish and chip shops. The market town of Llangefni has a good range of shops and supermarkets and is home to Oriel Ynys Mon heritage centre and art gallery which includes a permanent exhibition by the late welsh artist Kyffin Williams, along with a lovely walk up the 'Dingle', on board walks which lead up to a reservoir.
The Anglesey Sea Zoo, the National Trust’s Plas Newydd house and gardens, Beaumaris castle and Gaol and Melyn Llynnon, where you can see a working windmill area all great places to visit.
For outdoor enthusiasts there are a network of cycle routes on Anglesey, kayak and canoe hire, horse riding, coasteering and climbing. The Snowdonia National Park is a short drive away.