The Perfect Cottage for your Activity Holidays in Wales

The Perfect Cottage for your Activity Holidays in Wales | Ty Menai


Spectacular, tranquil cottage for 4 and perfect for activity holidays in Wales. Snowdon, Greenwood Forest Park & the longest zip wire in Europe all nearby.

The Perfect Cottage for your Activity Holidays in Wales

Spectacular cottage in every sense of the word. This brand new conversion retains all its original features, including floor to ceiling arched windows, high ceilings with skylights, beams and stone walls. Add to that the tranquil, rural surroundings and the scene is set if you wish to relax and do absolutely nothing for the duration of you holiday. However, it should also be mentioned that Wales’ highest mountain (Snowdon), Greenwood Forest Park, the National Water Sports Centre for Wales and the longest zip wire in Europe are all within minutes of your doorstep, which also makes it perfect for activity holidays in Wales.

Ground Floor

New, contemporary white glossy kitchen including electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge with ice-box and microwave. Wonderful garden views, original stone walls, high beams and spotlights all combine to create a light, spacious atmosphere. Stable doors (top half glazed) open up to the rear patio area.

The beautiful living / dining area includes original beams, stone walls and large patio doors in an arched frame offering stunning countryside views and a great sense of space. These open up to the patio area and to the fields beyond. You really could sit back on the leather settees or on the patio seats and spend all day admiring and absorbing the tranquil, green surroundings. Alternatively, if you're here for activity holidays in Wales, there is no better way to end the day than to come home to a comfortable sofa with calming, extensive views. The living area also includes a Georgian dining table and a 32” wall mounted TV/DVD player.

Bedroom 1 - Light and airy double bedroom with high ceilings, original beams, stone walls and countryside views. Dressing table and plenty of storage space in the wardrobe and drawers.

Bedroom 2 - Spacious twin bedroom, again with original stone walls and beams. Includes a skylight window, large wardrobe and a chest of drawers.

Bathroom includes a bath with a shower above and a heated towel rail. Illuminated mirror, shaving point, original stone walls and recessed spot lighting.

Garden

Expansive patio area with a range of modern patio furniture, fire pits and traditional stone walls. Similar to the lounge, the views from the patio are spectacular and it’s a wonderful spot for wildlife and bird watching.

Additional Information
  • Ty Menai is one of two semi-detached cottages that can also be inter-connected to create one large cottage for up to 8 guests. The cottage next door is called Beudy Menai and also sleeps up to 4 in two bedrooms.
  • Bed linen, hand and bath towels and hairdryer provided.
  • Heating and electricity included.
  • Wifi available
  • Cot and high chair provided on request.
  • No pets or smoking inside the cottage.
  • Unlimited parking space outside the cottage.
  • Washing machine and freezer space available at the owners’ house on site on request.


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  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin
  • Baby friendly
    Ground floor bedroom(s)
    Wi-fi / Internet
    Within 5 miles to beach
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    Lovely accommodation, in a beautiful setting, it was ideal. Pub up the road was great!
    Wendy from Bristol, Sep 2016

    Really good. Sian and Stephen were very accommodating.
    Recommendations: Blue sky cafe for breakfast in Bangor
    Rhiannon from Essex, Sep 2016

    Gorgeous property. Owners lovely and helpful. So relaxing. Your service was excellent.
    Recommendations: Visit Snowdonia, Caernarfon, Harlech and the Lleyn peninsula. Lovely food at the pub in y Felinheli.
    Family from Liverpool, Aug 2016

    The owners, Sian and Stephen, could not have been more welcoming and helpful. The property was in an idyllic setting and a brilliant location for exploring North Wales. Loved it. We especially enjoyed Llandudno and riding on the cable car to the top of the Great Orme. For fine dining, we had four superb meals at Ty'n Rhos Country House in Seion, Llanddeinolen, LL55 3AE. The scenery in North Wales is stunning and not to be missed.
    Couple from Surrey, Jul 2016

    We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this lovely property and thank Stephen for his excellent service and lovely manner. We had lovely food from the fish and chips shop and 'Indian' restaurant in Menai Bridge. This town also has a Waitrose (ignore the fact that it is strangely non-existent on Waitrose's website!). Newborough Beach is a very nice sandy beach which is quite wide. The car park price, to reach it, is a little high at £4, so it is best to make a 'day of it' if possible.
    Paul from Birmingham, Jun 2016

 
 


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