Wales, United Kingdom
A delightfully converted 19th-century barn a short jaunt to the unspoilt beaches of the spectacular Anglesey coast. This is farming territory; ploughed fields, neatly clipped hedgerows. John's plot looks fabulous: vibrantly green and peaceful with 80 acres of woodland you're free to roam. The family have nurtured this land for half a century and a sense of history is alive here; uncover the 4th-century 'vanished' village, the 800-year-old chapel and the 2000 BC burial chamber. Your hideaway is thoughtfully modern: light pours into the expansive, open-plan living room and kitchen with gas stove, Welsh slate floor and contemporary chandelier. An open staircase leads to a mezzanine twin bedroom with a fresh Scandinavian feel and beautiful oak furniture. The ground floor double, next to the living area, has the same white walls and lofty beamed ceiling with a black wrought iron bed and a view to the garden and woods beyond. Throw open French doors to the patio – imagine sleeping like this on a warm summer night... The surprisingly contemporary, tiled floor-to-ceiling bathroom has a free-standing bath with a tap in the middle for a shared experience! Rural bliss, but stroll for half an hour to find pub and shops.
- Children welcome
- Kids of all ages can stay.
- No smoking
- Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
- Working farm
- Or vineyard.
Open fire / woodburner
Cooked meals available
Shop within 3 miles
Little gems of local knowledge from John Aron:
- Close to Anglesey coastal path , cliff walks towards Moelfre and Dulas estuary.
- Less than one mile to sandy beach at Lligwy , many other superb beaches on Anglesey.
- Visit Beaumaris for castle , pier , boat trips , good eateries and excellent ice cream parlour.
- Stately homes of Plas Newydd and Penrhyn Castle close by . Bodnant Gardens 40 minutes drive.
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- 1 House for 5
- 1 Cottage for 4
Short breaks available.