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Beudy Menai

Caernarfon - North Wales Snowdonia

This spectacular self catering North Wales cottage for 4 enjoys a tranquil, countryside setting and has everything you need within minutes of the doorstep.
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
76025
£397 - £730 per week *

Description

If you’re searching for a tranquil, countryside setting, with everything you need within minutes of the doorstep, look no further. This spectacular, self catering North Wales cottage retains many of its original features, including floor to ceiling arched windows and patios to make the most of the beautiful surroundings. Greenwood Forest Park is less than a mile from the cottage, whilst Hwylfan Fun Centre, the National Water Sports Centre for Wales, Snowdon (the highest mountain in Wales), the longest zip wire in Europe and much more are all within 7 miles.

Ground Floor

The open plan kitchen / living / dining area includes original beams, floor to ceiling arched windows and a patio door leading to the patio and garden. The light, spacious atmosphere is further enhanced by high ceilings and skylights whilst exposed stone and brick walls complete the package.

The modern kitchen offers a range of integrated appliances, including an electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, fridge with ice-box and microwave.

The living area has a 32” wall mounted TV/DVD player and leather furniture. Dining table with antique chairs and beautiful views over the garden and fields beyond.

Bedroom 1 - Light and airy double bedroom with a wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables. Large, original arched window with calming views of the green surroundings.

Bedroom 2 - Charming twin bedroom with an exposed stone wall, beams and a large, fully glazed arched window that highlights the same beautiful view as bedroom 1.

Bathroom includes a bath with a shower above, heated towel rail and a shaving point. It also features beams, skylights and recessed spot lighting.

Garden

This self catering North Wales cottage has an expansive patio area with a range of modern patio furniture, fire pits and traditional stone walls. Similar to the open plan living area, the views from the patio are spectacular and it’s a wonderful spot for bird watching and wildlife.

Additional Information

Beudy 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 Ty 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

No pets allowed

Cot and high chair provided on request.

Unlimited parking space outside the cottage.

Washing machine and freezer space available at the owners’ house on site on request

This property has a £150 good housekeeping refundable bond, which is payable to Best of Wales along with the balance of your holiday. Alternatively, you can waiver this bond by paying a non-refundable fee of £5 per person instead .

Features

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Double bed
  • 2 Single beds
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Sunday changeover
  • 2 Miles from a beach
  • 1.5 Miles from a pub
  • 2 Miles from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • No tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • No travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

We enjoyed eating out at local places recommend by the owner. Climbed a mountain and visited a castle. Loved it allMrs V Waite - 30th May 2018
Perfect location in a perfect surrounding.Bertus from The Netherlands - 2nd May 2018
It was wonderful fit for our family of 5 and we’d highly recommend!Shauna Thomas - 17th April 2018
Absolutely fantastic!!! Sarah from Newcastle Under Lyme - 4th April 2018
Comfortable. Relaxing. Welcoming. Recommends: Pili Palas, Castell Penrhyn, Gelli Gyffwrdd and BeddgelertFamily from Machynlleth - 5th November 2017
Brilliant few days. Property owners were excellent and made us feel very welcome on our arrival. The property is remote but ideal for getting away from it all (car needed). Great watching the activity on the bird feeders (woodpeckers, nuthatch, pheasants etc...even squirrels). We did a rib boat trip to Puffin Island..absolutely brilliant. My wife and her sister zipwired. We walked Snowdon. Great eating at the Boathouse at Red Wharf Bay, Fu's in Caernarfon.David from Stowmarket - 26th May 2017
We were all really impressed with the property, it had everything we needed. The property owners were also very very welcome and made sure we had everything we needed.
We loved climbing mount Snowdon and going to Zip World.Friends from Wiltshire - 17th April 2017
Very welcoming host and a very comfortable stay. It is in quite a remote location which is very peaceful but you certainly need a car.Family from Lancashire - 17th April 2017
Beudy Menai was the perfect place to stay. The owners Sian and Stephen were incredibly hospitable, the farm stunning and the property beautifully restored and extremely comfortable - we felt very much at home. Our stay there was our favourite place for our whole holiday in the the UK and Ireland. We would heartily recommend Beudy Menai to anyone looking for a relaxing and memorable visit to North Wales. Snowdonia National Park was very beautiful and our trip to Caernarfon was a great day out. We also enjoyed spending some time in the local village and just relaxing at Beudy Menai. We also really enjoyed hearing the Welsh language.Anna from Australia - 2nd November 2016
Lovely, welcoming, and relaxing.Family from Ottawa, Canada - 10th October 2016

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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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Llanddwyn Beach

Llanddwyn beach, near Newborough on the South West corner of Anglesey is blessed with miles of sandy beach and a romantic history. Renowned as one of the finest beaches in Britain, Llanddwyn is popular for sunbathing, bathing, windsurfing, kite-surfing and fishing.

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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.

Food & Drink

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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£131.90

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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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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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ACT Studios Family & Friends Photography

Make your special holidays last beautifully forever with a fun one hour professional photography session at the location you choose. We meet you there.

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Local Area

This charming, semi detached self catering North Wales cottage is part of a 50 acre estate and is surrounded by wonderful, totally unspoilt views of woodland, farmland, mountains and wildlife. The North Wales Coast (2 miles), Isle of Anglesey (4.5 miles) and Snowdonia National Park (7 miles) all have plenty to offer, whilst you can start walking or cycling literally from the doorstep.

A 1.6 mile rural walk from this self catering North Wales cottage will take you to the local pub in Llanddeiniolen and you will also find a village shop in Bethel, 2 miles away. In just 3 miles you can be relaxing on the waterfront in Y Felinheli whilst the castle town of Caernarfon and the city of Bangor are both 5 miles away. There is also a Tesco Extra 4 miles away. Some of the best places to eat locally include Gardd Fon (Y Felinheli - 2 miles), Gors Bach (Llanddeiniolen - 1.6 miles) and Ty’n Rhos (Seion - 2 miles / 1 mile along a public footpath).

A holiday at this self catering North Wales cottage has something for everyone. These include Greenwood Forest Park (a nature-inspired theme park) less than a mile away, the National Water Sports Centre for Wales at Plas Menai (3 miles), various walks and cycling routes (listed below) and Snowdon Mountain Railway that will take you to the peak of the highest mountain (and the highest cafe) in Wales. Hwylfan Fun Centre, (North Wales' largest indoor fun centre – 5.4 miles) is ideal for children and over the bridge in Anglesey you have even more attractions including Pili Palas, Anglesey Sea Zoo and the beautiful castle town of Beaumaris.

Other highly recommended days out include The Welsh Highand Railway, Electric Mountain in Llanberis, a round of golf on the shore of the Menai Straits, a visit to the beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion and to Bodnant Gardens. And if you’re brave enough, why not finish your holiday in style by riding the longest zip wire in Europe at Bethesda.

Walking

The track to your self catering North Wales cottage offers a beautiful walk and leads to the country pub in Llanddeiniolen and on to various scenic country lanes. 0 miles

Wales Coast Path – Nearest joining point is Y Felinheli and you can go north east towards Anglesey and Bangor or south west towards Caernarfon and the Llyn Peninsula. 2 miles from the cottage.

Snowdon – the highest mountain in Wales – Llanberis route (4.7 miles - 3 hours) is the nearest. 7 miles from the cottage.

Carneddau (Snowdonia mountain walks) – Challenging walks, including the 2nd and 3rd highest peaks in Wales. Nearest route starts in Gerlan, above Bethesda. 8 miles

Cycling

The track to the cottage is also great for cycling and from the end of the track you can continue along quiet and scenic country lanes in all directions. 0 miles

Lon Las Cymru - This route runs for over 250 miles along the whole length of Wales. The nearest section can be joined at Y Felinheli and an off road path runs all the way to Cricieth. 2 miles from the cottage

Lon Eifion Cycleway – Scenic 12.5 mile cycle path from Caernarfon to Bryncir. 3.5 miles from cottage.

Watersports

Plas Menai – National Watersports Centre offering day courses on a wide range of activities, on all levels. 3 miles

Golf

Caernarfon Golf Course – 18 hole golf course. 3.5 miles.

Henllys Golf Club – Beaumaris. 18 hole golf course. 9 miles.

Horse Riding

Snowdonia Riding Stables, Waunfawr, between Snowdon and the sea. Suitable for all ages and abilities. 7 miles

Beaches

Dinas Dinlle offers a long sandy beach, the most northern of the Lleyn Peninsula beaches. 8 miles

Llanddona Beach – A long, sandy, Blue Flag beach, very popular with families, canoeists, fishermen and sailors. 11 miles

Fishing

River fishing – Ogwen Valley – 8 miles

Sea fishing around the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. From the beautiful Victorian pier in Beaumaris. 9 miles