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Trehafod

Menai Bridge - Anglesey North Wales

Private hot tub, luxurious rooms and close to attractions, Menai Bridge and Beaumaris - this large, detached cottage is perfect for your holidays in Anglesey.
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
  • Open fire or woodburner
BOW16
£764 - £1768 per week *

Description

Spacious and detached, private 'swim spa' hot tub with a view, a welcoming woodburner and luxurious rooms throughout. This is a truly special setting for your holidays in Anglesey, North Wales. Menai Bridge (2 miles) and Beaumaris (4.5 miles) both offer a great range of restaurants, cafes and shops and there are various attractions, coastal and mountain activities nearby.

Ground Floor

Beautiful and spacious open plan living area which includes the lounge, dining area and kitchen. Underfloor heating in all the ground floor rooms.

The welcoming lounge greets you as you enter the cottage with a 3 seater and two 2 seater leather sofas, a feature woodburner stove, 48" smart TV & DVD player and patio door leading to the private rear garden.

The large and stylish kitchen / dining area offers everything you could possibly need, from a Range cooker and electric hob to a dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and a Tassimo coffee machine. A neatly hidden utility cupboard houses a washing machine and tumble dryer.

*All 3 ground floor bedrooms benefit from large patio doors and windows leading to their own paved patio areas.

Bedroom 1 - This spacious en-suite room is furnished with a super-king bed that can also be arranged as two single beds on request. Wardrobe, bedside cabinets and lamps as well as a smart TV and chair. En-suite with a bath, separate double 'rain' shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 - Another lovely bedroom with twin beds (can also be arranged as a super-king bed on request). Also includes a wardrobe, bedside cabinets with lamps and a chair.

Bathroom - includes a bath, separate double 'rain' shower, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3 - at the other end of the cottage and down one step, this beautiful ensuite bedroom offers a king sized bed and a large 'rain' shower, WC and heated towel rail.

Upstairs

Bedroom 4 - Welcoming double bedroom with smart TV, chaise longue, wardrobe and bedside cabinets with lamps.

Garden

Enclosed front and rear gardens with garden furniture. Enjoy expansive views of Anglesey countryside from the private 'swim spa' hot tub in the rear garden.

Additional Information

  • Welcome pack includes tea and coffee, sugar and milk and a selection of Welsh products, from Bara Brith and Llaeth y Llan yogurt to Edwards Sausages and Bacon and local eggs.
  • Gas central heating and electricity included.
  • Starter pack of logs for the wood burner provided. Additional logs can also be purchased from the owners for £3 per bag.
  • Bed linen, hand and bath towels provided
  • 4 hairdryers provided
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available on request. Please bring your own cot linen.
  • Wifi available
  • No pets or smoking inside the cottage.
  • Kitchen provisions: salt and pepper, kitchen roll, washing up liquid, dishwasher tabs, dishcloths, tin foil and cling film.
  • Bathroom provisions: liquid hand soap and 2 toilet rolls.
  • General cleaning products provided: shower cleaner, anti bacterial spray etc.
  • Parking for up to 4 cars. Names and age range of guests will be required prior to arrival

Features

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 King size/super king beds
  • 1 Double bed
  • 2 Zip&link beds
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Hot Tub
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Saturday changeover
  • 5.5 Miles from a beach
  • 1.5 Miles from a pub
  • 2 Miles from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • On a working farm
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Highchair available
  • Stairgate available
  • Travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

We loved our holiday at trehafod . Location was superb and the barn conversion done to an excellent standard . Thanks to Glyn and Iona for their hard work and hospitality . Hope to return soon.Mrs Jennifer Meritt - 21st April 2019
Very comfortable and 5* facilities. Very enjoyable. Hosts were very helpful.Peter from Runcorn - 18th February 2019
Can't praise this accommodation highly enough. Trehafod is an amazing property! More like a 5 star hotel! Having stayed in many excellent cottages, have never been to one as well equipped as this one, there truly is everything you could possibly need! Equipped to the highest standard, spotlessly clean, beautiful bedding, fantastic fixtures and fittings. The standard of bedding and furnishings is superb, local artwork on Wales, an incredible hot tub, so much thought has gone into creating this property, it truly is a home from home with the most welcoming of hosts. From start to finish the experience has been a delight! Fantastic service from Best of Wales both over the phone and on the website - smooth, slick and hassle free! Spent my birthday weekend there with close family and we all loved every minute of it. We received such a warm welcome on arrival and that continued from the incredible welcoming hosts, nothing was too much trouble! The property is in a fabulous location, remote enough for peace and quiet yet still within easy distance of so many places. I can't rate Trehafod highly enough.....so much so already wanting to re-book!! Loved loved loved it! Thank you, will definitely return! Susan from Liverpool - 21st January 2019
2 nights in November to celebrate my birthday. Absolutely beautiful property, owners very helpful and lovely welcome package of locally sourced food greatly appreciated. Fantastic 8 seater hot tub with lights and music, gorgeous log burner, under floor heating and really comfortable beds. Kitchen was well equipped to cater for all our needs. Loved the views across the open countryside, felt so at home. Car needed but lots to visit within a short distance. Highly recommended. Would love to return to enjoy again. Mrs Bev Baguley - 10th December 2018
Just to say briefly that this property was by far the best equipt that we have ever stayed in, a big thank you to the owners nothing is too much trouble, an exemplary property to be proud of well done!Mr P Kilner - 22nd November 2018
Fantastic property at a location convenient to Zipworld activities.Mrs Gail Martin - 6th October 2018
Trehafod is a stunning property, with no expenses spared on the building and furnishings - the attention to detail is spot on! The owners have used local craftsmen in converting the stone farm building to the luxurious cottage it is now, and the addition of items like a large range cooker, woodburning stove and swim spa make for a wonderful break. We couldn't have felt more welcome or pampered! Although only on Anglesey for a couple of days, we had a magical time there - highlights were exploring the copper mines of Parys Mountain and the Neolithic burial site of Bryn Celli Ddu. Candia from Cheltenham - 2nd October 2018
Excellent property and excellent hosts. Property furnished to a high standard with everything you need. Hot tub amazing and welcomed after a day out Mrs Emma Carter - 24th September 2018
The property was exceptional, all high spec inside i would recommend this house to anyone whom is thinking of renting a property in north wales ,the owners were fantastic and could not do enough for us. plenty to do within a 10 minute drive. Once home the hot tub was a great way to relax. Miss Lisa Jennions - 20th August 2018
The cottage has been carefully designed to meet the needs of visitors and their families. The layout makes the cottage very flexible, especially the variety of the bedrooms. The fittings, furnishing and décor have been finished to the highest standards. Outside, the gardens, garden furniture and other facilities are equally top drawer. The garden provides a safe playing area for children, and the patio looks out over stunning views and glorious sunsets. The owners are clearly committed to maintaining their high standards and to developing and improving the cottage and its facilities. Nothing is too much trouble for them. The "Best of Wales" website got our holiday planning off to a great start. Easy to follow, comprehensive in content and a top class photo gallery. Future information and correspondence was timely and precise. The cottage is ideally situated to explore the island whilst remaining within easy reach of the mainland to visit Snowdonia, Conwy Valley etc. The cottage accommodation is flexible to suit different family requirements. It has been finished to the highest standards and continues to be maintained to those standards. The hosts take care of your every need and nothing is too much trouble. Tom from Greater Manchester - 16th July 2018
Excellent property, modern, excellently fitted out, peaceful site with wonderful views and located in a position for easy access to all parts of North Wales. Owners very friendly and easily accessible if required.Mr Melvin Thompson - 11th June 2018
Absolutely beautiful cottage in a beautiful setting.Mrs Keira Ley - 9th May 2018

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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.

Attractions & Experiences

Rib Ride Boat Tours 10% off Anglesey Boat Tour

Book an unbeatable adventure with Wales’ best adventure boat tour company and get 10% off any trip.

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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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Virgin Wines 12 Bottle Classic Wine Selection

This classic case oozes class and is perfect to give you various flavours from across the globe! Enjoy 2 bottles of each wine to encourage sharing or indulgence...

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Virgin Wines 12 Bottle Luxury Wine Selection

This 12 bottle case is packed full of wines to blow you away with flavours and complexities all round – a case guaranteed to impress all who get the pleas...

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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

A true Prosecco lovers case! No excuse is needed for this beautiful selection (so don’t let others tell you any different!). Start with the wonderful flor...

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Virgin Wines 6 Bottle Classic Wine Selection

This 6 bottle classic case is perfect for those wanting to try something of everything – carefully selected to incorporate crowd pleasers from across the ...

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Pamper & Relax

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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Dineindulge Dineindulge - private dining service

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

This detached, converted barn offers a beautiful, peaceful base for your holidays in Anglesey. The cottage is set within its own enclosed garden with expansive countryside views. Only 2 miles from Menai Bridge and the crossing over the Menai Straits to mainland North Wales, this is a truly a excellent base to explore Anglesey and the rest of North Wales.

Menai Bridge (Porthaethwy in Welsh) offers a range of amenities including a Waitrose supermarket and a fantastic provision of restaurants such as Dylan's, The Straits, Freckled Angel and the Michelin Star awarded Sosban & The Old Butchers Restaurant. For a relaxing drink, the Victoria and Tafarn y Bont in Menai Bridge are both recommended. The beautiful coastal town of Beaumaris is also within 5 miles and features a Castle (World Heritage Site), gaol and courthouse, a Victorian Pier and beach and a further choice of excellent cafes and restaurants such as Ye Old Bulls Head Inn.

Trehafod cottage is also perfectly located to visit the rest of the island’s attractions, as well as over the bridge on mainland North Wales. Anglesey offers a range of blue flag beaches all around the coast, copper Mountain with its surreal lunar landscape 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 for the artists amongst you, Oriel Mon along with its ‘Blas Mwy’ Café is a must.

For younger visitors Pili Palas’ butterfly centre (5 miles) offers a magical experience and also features birds, snakes and other exotic species. Within 10 miles of the holiday cottage, Anglesey Sea Zoo (Wales’ biggest aquarium) offers an amazing world of marine life, shipwrecks and shark pool grids. Foel Farm Park is another great family day out where you can experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm.

Over the bridge in North Wales, Greenwood Forest Park (11 miles) was voted the best family attraction in North Wales and includes the world’s only people powered roller coaster. Under the bridge, enjoy a peaceful boat ride or an adrenaline fuelled Rib Ride on the Menai Straits. If you love adventure, we also dare you to take on the longest Zip Wire ride in Europe at Bethesda, less than 10 miles away. As mentioned, this really is a great base for your holidays in Anglesey.

Beaches

  • Red Wharf Bay - Lovely sandy and cobbled beach, spectacular view across the sea, and amenities that includes a cafe / restaurant and pub. 5.5 miles
  • Llanddona Beach - A long, sandy, Blue Flag beach, very popular with families, canoeists, fishermen and sailors. 6 miles
  • Llanddwyn Beach – Blue Flag beach with miles of sand and a romantic history. 12 miles.

Walking

  • Anglesey Coastal Path – 125 circular walk around the Island. Nearby section can be joined at Menai Bridge (2 miles).
  • Pentraeth Forest Circular Walk – Pentraeth. Gentle 9 mile, scenic walk. 5 miles.

Golf

  • Baron Hill Golf Club, Beaumaris - 9 hole golf club - 4 miles

Cycling

  • Various cycling routes such as Lon Las Cefni, a 13 mile path from Llyn Cefni to Newbrough Forest. Mostly flat – a great family cycling route. Nearest point = Llangefni, 5.5 miles.

Horse riding

  • Anglesey Riding Centre – Brynsiencyn. Beach and grass-track riding and instruction to suit all standards. 11 miles.

Fishing

  • Llyn y Gors lake fishing - 5 coarse and carp lakes - suitable for beginners and experienced anglers. Tackle Shop on site for all your fishing requirements. 3.5 miles
  • Sea fishing trips around the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. From the beautiful victorian pier in Beaumaris. 4.5 miles

Watersports

  • Surfing, diving, kayaking, coasteering, sailing etc are all within driving distance of the cottage. Find out more about Watersports in Anglesey.