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The Dairy

Beaumaris - Anglesey North Wales

A beautifully converted detached former dairy near the coast between Beaumaris and Menai Bridge. With traditional features, stunning grounds and a spacious enclosed courtyard.
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Accepts 2 pets
  • WiFi internet
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
FL046
£510 - £889 per week *

Special Offers: Last minute discount! 10% off bookings starting within 14 days

Description

A gorgeous boutique style detached holiday cottage on the isle of Anglesey combining traditional character with contemporary furnishings.  The Dairy (a former working dairy) sleeps 4 and provides an unique accommodation in which to relax and unwind. Pet friendly, the cottage is set in its own enclosed spacious and private courtyard surrounded by traditional stone walls and is on the outskirts of the village of Llandegfan between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris. The Dairy is arranged on a single level but with one step up to the master bedroom and two steps down from the dining area into the lounge and the second bedroom.

Ground Floor - The flooring is attractive stone throughout.

Lounge/Dining Area - large open-plan living/dining room with high cathedral style ceilings. High standard of furnishings with two generous sofas, flatscreen TV/ DVD/CD player, WiFi, a good selection of books and magazines, wooden table with seating for six.

Kitchen - A simple Shaker style kitchen with Belfast sink, wooden surfaces, dishwasher, washer/dryer.

Bedroom 1 - spacious main bedroom with a high ceiling and super king size bed

Bedroom 2 -  a pretty twin bedroom (can be a double bed if preferred)

Shower Room - large walk-in shower

Bathroom - WC and basin

Garden

A courtyard with garden furniture, a barbecue and ample off road parking for car/boats. Guests are also welcome to explore the wonderful gardens of the neighbouring Farmhouse  which include a formal terrace with pond and raised planters plus a traditional walled garden, an orchard, swing and seating positioned to admire the views.- which have featured in The Telegraph.

Additional Information

  • Dogs are made to feel very welcome at The Dairy; the courtyard is safe and enclosed and there is an outside tap and hose for cleaning muddy paws. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome.
  • Electricity and heating included
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Travel cot and high chair available
  • No smoking please
  • Please note the neighbouring Farmhouse gardens contain a pond so children should be supervised. The Dairy is located within an enclosed courtyard separate from these gardens.

Features

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 King size/super king bed
  • 2 Zip&link beds
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Accepts 2 pets
  • WiFi internet
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Saturday changeover
  • 2 Miles from a beach
  • 0.5 Mile from a pub
  • 0.5 Mile from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Highchair available
  • Travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

The property was excellent with good privacy and excellent for our dog. The area is outstanding and will look to return.Mr Robert Stapleton - 24th September 2018
Perfection at all levels.Miss T Mitchell - 11th June 2018
Very helpful owners. The location was excellent with wonderful views. Mrs P Williams - 14th May 2018
Mary and Colin were so welcoming. The cottage had everything we needed and was spotlessly clean. The bed in the main bedroom was so comfortable too. The location was perfect. We would definitely stay there again. Mrs T Rees-Jones - 30th August 2017
The perfect property in the perfect location. We will certainly think about visiting again. The property was excellent, and in a perfect location with tremendous views. We would recommend this to anyone.Mr A Nolan - 14th April 2017
The owners, Colin and Mary, have made a relaxing, peaceful holiday home. They made us so welcome that it was immediately as though we were visiting friends. We had been through a stressful year, but were able to relax and return home really refreshed. 2016 had been a difficult year for us, but the facility to filter the website, particularly our need for everything to be on one level gave us confidence in making our booking. The photographs and information about the Dairy reinforced this. We were certainly not disappointed on arrival starting with the clear directions to the cottage and continuing when we got inside. Owners Colin and Mary were charming and friendly hosts, and it was such a relaxing spot that the poor weather for the first couple of days didn't affect our enjoyment. It must be absolutely great in high summer and a great base for visiting the island or the mainland.Mr David Humphrey - 14th March 2017
Would recommend to anybody. The Dairy is wonderful and there is access to the owners stunning walled garden. Great place for exploring Anglesey. Excellent pubs, delis and restaurants in both Beaumaris and Menai which are close by. Owner is very helpful with suggestions on places to eat and visit and made us feel very welcome and small touches like fresh flowers and homemade marmalade were lovely.Mr Hayward - 6th October 2016
The Dairy was a perfect retreat for a long weekend away.Camilla - 16th March 2016
Wonderful accommodation in a beautiful setting. We hope to return one day.Lynne A - 27th December 2015
We enjoyed our stay in The Dairy very much. It was very comfortable at a very nice and quiet place. Wales is a beautiful part of Great Britain!Bettina - 1st June 2015
We were very comfortable at the Dairy - it was warm, well equipped and a great location. It was lovely to wake up to the sound of birdsong.Janet B - 11th April 2015
Stayed here for a week and had the most relaxing and enjoyable time. The location is excellent, close to Beaumaris and Menai Bridge but it is so peaceful. The cottage has everything you need if you want to cater for yourself. We only used the main bedroom which was excellent, such a comfortable bed. The second bedroom is at the opposite end of the cottage so if 4 people were staying you have your own quiet areas. The lounge and dining area are spacious and are great places to enjoy an evening relaxing. Outside there is a private courtyard where you can always find a seat in the sun, we enjoyed breakfast in the morning sun on one side of the courtyard and evening drinks/canapes on the other. It would be difficult I think to find a nicer place to stay. The owners are so helpful and friendly and very keen that you enjoy their impressive gardens.Janet L - 4th April 2015
We had a lovely time at The Dairy and fortunately some good weather!! We hope to use you in the future.Rich K - 20th December 2014
We had a great time thank you. Although the weather was very wet and windy it made the cottage all the more cosy and homely!Frank A - 1st November 2014
We were delighted with our holiday at the dairy it was a beautiful location and the dairy had everything to make our holiday really comfortable and cosy. The very large bed was the most comfortable you could ever wish for. We would certainly book again.Marjorie P - 11th September 2014
Would definitely recommend this property.Vanessa - 23rd August 2014
The Dairy is just beautiful and Colin and Mary were fabulous, Harri our dog just loved playing with their dogs! It really is a lovely part of the island!Louise W - 9th August 2014
I'm sure we will be going back there again and we will be recommending it to our friends too!John B - 12th July 2014
We had a really lovely and relaxing time at the Dairy again this year! Yet again we were lucky with the weather which also helps to be able to enjoy the beaches and countryside. The Dairy was just what we needed, time away from the hustle and bustle of our normal lives.Laura B - 10th May 2014
We had a great time, the cottage is lovely and Colin and Mary great hosts.Kate L - 19th April 2014
The cottage was fantastic and we are very grateful to the lovely Anna - the lady who greeted us - she was extremely helpful. We will certainly return to stay again.Ayeshah - 29th March 2014
We had a lovely time and were very impressed with The Dairy, please pass on our thanks.Jeff C - 20th February 2014
We had a wonderful time and have been recommending it to family and friends. The main double bed was out of this world - so comfortable!!Julie D - 17th February 2014
We had a really lovely time staying at The Dairy which we felt was a perfect cottage with an excellent standard throughout. We haven't stayed on Anglesey before but were both very impressed with the coast, beaches, gardens and galleries that we could visit. We had many other places we would have liked to visit but we ran out of time! We are already looking forward to returning to both The Dairy and Anglesey. Thanks to you and Colin and Mary who were very welcoming letting us tour their lovely gardens.Cathy T - 25th October 2013
We had a great time and have come back exhausted as we did so much. The Dairy was a great base for us and the owners were lovely and helpful.Rosemary B - 18th October 2013
The Dairy is beautiful and the owners delightful. We had a brilliant time. We will certainly be booking again and really appreciate all of your help and the concise information you provided. Very Best regards.Clair H - 17th August 2013
We had a fabulous holiday at The Dairy, everything was perfect, the accommodation, location and the weather! It was certainly a perfect choice for us as a holiday and we hope to go back!Laura B - 13th July 2013
We arrived at the cottage to a wonderful welcome by Mary and Colin, Colin had put on the heating so the cottage was so warm and cosy and we were greeted as we walked through the door to a beautiful decorated christmas tree, it was the perfect start to our christmas holiday!! We had mentioned to Colin that we were bringing our elderly mum - so the warmth was just perfect!. Nothing had been overlooked in the cottage, Mary had provided tea, coffee, milk, sugar, fresh eggs and 3 of the most beautiful mince pies ever tasted and a lovely bottle of Mulled wine was waiting for us to sample!! The whole of the cottage is immaculate, it's simply beautiful, the master bedroom having the most comfortable bed ever and the second bedroom just as perfect, the towels and bedding provided are of the highest quality, the shower room and w/c absolutely spotless, complete with soaps and hand lotion and tiled and decorated beautifully, everything has been looked into to provide the very best, we have had the most enjoyable stay ever in a rented cottage, the whole of the cottage is beautifully presented. The kitchen has everything you could need and want with double oven, hob, pots, pans, cutlery, microwave, toaster, washer dryer and dishwasher. We had an excellent stay and had the very best of holidays, the Dairy being on one level has been wonderful for my 82 year old mum, with no stairs to climb - it was great for her too, the cottage is really an enjoyable place to stay for young and old - just simply lovely. There is really nothing negative to say about our holiday at the Dairy ....... other than we would have loved to stay longer, as the electric gates closed behind us on the morning we left - we simply knew we would soon be coming back, it's just too special of a place not too. Thank you Mary and Colin for a truly beautiful stay, a wonderful holiday filled with happy memories from start to finish.Marie G - 1st December 2012
My family and I enjoyed a fantastic stay at The Dairy. The decor is lovely, it is spacious and comfortable and has a real homely feel. The kitchen had everything we needed, including a washing machine, making it so much easier to holiday with our baby. The master bed was so comfortable and we found the blackout velux windows a great addition. The grounds around The Dairy were a real treat and so much more beautiful in real life than any photo. We enjoyed some wonderful views of Snowdon, the Menai Strait and over to Bangor and we found the location of The Dairy perfect for sightseeing other attractions in Anglesey, our favourites being Beaumaris and Llandona beach. We loved our stay at The Dairy and look forward to visiting again, very soon we hope.Laura A - 1st July 2011
The Dairy is a lovely converted barn which has been furnished to a very high standard. It is one of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in - and we have stayed in a lot as we do this twice a year with our dog! The courtyard is completely safe for dogs, and there are lovely walks straight outside the door, which is always a bonus. The Dairy is in a very peaceful location just outside Menai Bridge, with fabulous views of Snowdonia from the garden. Colin and Mary are lovely people and they made us feel very welcome. There are several good restaurants within easy reach. We would happily recommend this cottage to anyone.Jayne N - 1st January 2011

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Henllys Golf Club, Beaumaris

Henllys Golf Club in Beaumaris, Anglesey offers an 18 hole golf course set in mature parkland, within the grounds of the historic Henllys Hall. The course makes superb use of the natural features, such as streams and ponds, and is testing for every level of player.

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Lon Las Cefni Cycleway

Lon Las Cefni Cycleway in Anglesey, North Wales is one of the best family cycling routes you will find anywhere. This linear path is flat for most of its 13 miles with all but a couple of miles off-road, so there’s no traffic to worry about. It goes from Newborough Forest to Llyn (Lake) Cefni and passes through some of the most spectacular scenery on the island in just two hours of trouble-free ...

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Hebog Circular Cycle Path, Benllech

Hebog Circular Cycle Path is a 22 mile route from Benllech on the East coast of Anglesey, North Wales. There is also a 12 mile shorter version that excludes the Llandyfrydog and Cefni Reservoir loops. The full tour takes just over 3 hours. Anglesey is excellent for birds of prey such as peregrine, sparrow hawk, buzzard, kestrel, merlin and hebog (Welsh for falcon). Start/finish at the public libra...

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Stone Science, Llanddyfnan

Inside are a series of dioramas depicting the evolving ages of the earth, including Dinosaurs. There are thousands of fossils, minerals, crystals, Native American arrowheads etc to see and many to touch. Videos for children and adults.

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Plas Newydd Historic House Llanfairpwll

Plas Newydd, the traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey, is situated on the banks of the Menai Strait. This elegant 18th century house by James Wyatt commands magnificent views of the Strait and the mountains of Snowdonia. The house contains a Rex Whistler exhibition and a military museum.

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Penmon Priory, Beaumaris

Remains of the priory dating from the thirteenth century, when the house became part of the Augustinian order. The origins of the site are traditionally associated with St Seiriol in the sixth century.

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Castell Aberlleiniog, Llangoed

Castell Aberlleiniog is a motte and bailey fortress near the Welsh village of Llangoed on the Isle of Anglesey. Built between 1080 and 1099 by Hugh d'Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester, it is about two miles distant from Beaumaris Castle, and was built atop a very steep hill.

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Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

Impressive Neolithic chambered tomb, with partially restored entrance passage and mound, on the site of a former henge monument.

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Beaumaris Castle

Beaumaris Castle is considered as the most technically perfect castle in Britain and was built as part of Edward I's campaign to conquer the north of Wales after 1282. In the 21st century the ruined castle is managed by Cadw as a tourist attraction and is classed as a World Heritage site.

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Anglesey Transport Museum

Walk back in time and see over 60 gleaming classic cars and vehicles from the 1920s onwards. Set in a replica of a 1940s cobbled village street, you can view an assortment of vehicles including motorbikes, cars, vans, military and agricultural vehicles, some of which have even been used in films.
There's also a Cafe on site featuring local produce, a play area with outside seating and panoramic ...

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Benllech Beach

Benllech is a long sandy beach and a huge family favourite. Situated on the east coast of Anglesey, Benllech one of the island's most beautiful beaches set in a crescent-shaped bay. Exceptionally safe for bathing and paddling with excellent disabled facilities and practical access for both prams and disabled visitors. At low tide the sand stretches for miles giving young children plenty of space i...

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Llanddona Beach

Llanddona offers a long sandy beach on the eastern side of Anglesey. This stretch of sand extends all the way to Red Wharf Bay and is an ideal venue for games as it never seems full.

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Holiday Extras

Holiday Extras

We've hand-picked a selection of Holiday Extras from trusted partners to make your holiday extra special. When you make your booking, you'll see all the Extras on offer at your chosen property and be able to add them to your holiday. Booking them in advance gives you more time to relax when you arrive, and remember - many of these offers are exclusive so you won’t find them anywhere else.

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Rib Ride Boat Tours 10% off Anglesey Boat Tour

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Corris Mine Explorers 10% off Mine Exploration Tours

First excavated in 1836, Braich Goch Slate Mine closed around 40 years ago. Go underground and see first-hand the kind of conditions miners had to work in.

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Cadw 20% Off Cadw Membership

By being a member of Cadw you will get unlimited entrance to over 100 historical sites across Wales.  On top of that Cadw membership also includes:50% off ...

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Virgin Wines 6 Bottle Celebratory Wine Selection

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Virgin Wines 6 Bottle Classic Wine Selection

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Visiting Spa Company Bespoke Treatment Package

Make your holiday extra special by tailoring a luxurious pamper treatment package to suit your exact requirements. We'll contact you to agree details and pr...

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Europcar Car Hire

Europcar, our preferred car hire partner, are offering you great quality UK car hire at affordable prices. With our dedicated offer you will save up to 20%.

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Enjoy private dining in the comfort of your holiday property. Dineindulge offer a personal chef service with restaurant quality cuisine from only £25 per perso...

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Local Area

The Dairy is located on the outskirts of the village of Llandegfan in a convenient spot between Beaumaris and Menai Bridge. Exploring nearby Beaumaris is a must with its castle (built as part of Edward I's campaign to conquer the north of Wales) and gaol.

Head out on the Anglesey section of the Wales Coast Path (a length of 125 miles in total), walks can be taken along the coast to the spectacular Penmon Point with its ancient priory, dove cote and lighthouse.

A great way to explore the wildlife of the area is to take a boat trip down the Menai Straits, boats leave from Beaumaris sea front. You can also experience the Menai Straits by speed boat with Rib Ride departing from Menai Bridge.

Other Anglesey attractions Anglesey include, Plas Newydd (a National Trust site) the Copper Mountain with its surreal lunar landscape, Anglesey Oyster Festival in October and Bryn Celli Ddu's well preserved stone-age burial chamber near Llanddaniel Fab. Take a tour around Llynnon Mill - the only working Wind Mill in Wales and visit Oriel Tegfryn Art Gallery, the longest established Gallery in Wales.

For families there’s Anglesey Sea Zoo and Pili Palas and a short bridge crossing to mainland North Wales offers even more family attractions including Greenwood Forest Park with all sorts of adventures and Hwylfan Fun Centre, North Wales' largest indoor fun centre.

Beaches

Beaumaris Beach - sand and pebble beach that sits either side of Beaumaris Pier overlooking Menai Straits with views towards mainland Wales including Snowdonia -  3 miles

Llanddona Beach - A long, sandy, Blue Flag beach, very popular with families, canoeists, fishermen and sailors. 6 miles

Watersports

Beaumaris is famous for its yachting and there are also sailing and boat trips operating from the beautiful victorian pier in Beaumaris. 3 miles

Walking

Anglesey Coastal Path - 125 circular walk around the Island. You can join the path directly from Beaumaris or Menai Bridge nearby

Golf

Baron Hill Golf Club - 9 Hole golf club - 2 miles

Penrhyn Golf Complex - Llanddaniel Fab. 6 miles

Cycling

Lon Las Cefni - 13 mile path from Newbrough Forest to Llyn Cefni. Mostly flat - a great family cycling route. Nearest point = Llangefni, 9 miles

Fishing

Fishing trips around the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. From the beautiful victorian pier in Beaumaris. 3 miles

Horse riding

Anglesey Riding Centre - Dwyran. Beach and grass-track riding and instruction to suit all standards. 12 miles