The Dairy at Llidiart Twrcelyn
Capel Coch , Anglesey
The Dairy is a perfect Anglesey Romantic Cottage in a away from it all location which offers disable self catering accommodation. Exploring the middle of Anglesey holds many delights as its breathtaking scenery offers a tranquil retreat for anyone searching for a peaceful solitude. Capel Coch lies to the north of Llangefni and west of Benllech and is situated in one of the more rugged, yet beautiful parts of the Island. With miles of freedom at our doorstep, you can choose to explore the mountains and moors or go for the plentiful tourist attractions, which are numerous and varied in theme throughout the area.
Llidiart Twrcelyn is tucked away on the outskirts of this small pretty village and offers panoramic views of the Snowdonia mountain range and the Cors Erddreiniog National Nature Reserve which is the largest of the Anglesey fens.
The four luxurious holiday cottages are stylish and have been sympathetically converted from the original 1830s farm buildings and are set in 17 green, serene and tranquil North Wales acres and offer a quiet and luxurious ‘bolthole’ from which you can explore the stunning island of Anglesey.
The Dairy offers accommodation all on one level and is ideal for visitors with restricted mobility. You enter the cottage into a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living room with two comfy two seater beige sofas with soft furnishings adding splashes of turquoise giving the room a crisp and fresh look. There is a TV, DVD and freeview for those relaxing evenings in front of the log burning stove and a selection of books and magazines for you to enjoy at your leisure.
From the this room you enter spacious bedroom with en-suite wet room which has patio doors leading onto the patio. There is a super king-sized bed can be split to create two singles if required. Breakfast in bed is a must in this cottage, as you chill out and enjoy the spectacular views of the mountains.
The former dairy has been designed with easy of use in mind with facilities such as easy turn taps and door handles and a wet room with level access shower. There is a tremendous sense of size to this cottage with it’s high vaulted ceilings.
Although Llidiart is ‘off the beaten track’, but within minutes you can be enjoying the extensive walking, fishing, cycling or golfing opportunities available on Anglesey. Guests who enjoy walking and wildlife will be particularly interested by the close proximity of Cors Erddreiniog National Nature Reserve which has an international reputation for its unusual and diverse vegetation. There is a profusion of orchids, insectivorous plants, rare giant algae, dazzling dragonflies, grasshopper warblers and waterfowl.
The Dairy is in the same location as The Stables, another Llidiart luxury holiday cottage offering accommodation for four people.
What you can see from the windows: Snowdonia Mountain Range from sitting room & kitchen. Views of the garden & countryside from bathroom & bedroom.
Dogs welcome Cottage. Offering a fully fenced, private garden. ‘Dog towels’ supplied. Washing machine specifically for dog towels, bedding etc. Free access to 17 acres to walk dogs.
Romantic Cottage: On request you will receive Champagne & Flowers to take home.
Tourist Attractions: Anglesey Sea Zoo located at the south of the Island is only 30 minute drive away. The town of Beaumaris is well worth a visit and has a good selection of shops and good pubs and restaurant and while you there visit Beaurmaris Castle which was originally built for King Edwards visit in 1283. If you want to see what life was like for a traditional family in wales visit Swtan a small cottage museum dedicated to 17th century Welsh living. Or visit Plas Newydd The traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey, situated on the bank of theMenai Strait with magnificent views of Snowdonia. Also close by is Copper Kingdon at Porth Amlwch which retains many original buildings to explore, like the Copper Bins, the Watch House and the Work Shop chimneys. At the sail loft visitor centre, enjoy a delicious snack or browse the gift shop but don’t miss the exhibition of Amlwch’s world renowned ship building and copper mining heritage.
Eating and Drinking: Two minutes drive away or a twenty minute walk there is the Clock Tower Bistro at Tre-Ysgawen Hall which has a has a Brasserie Menu with snacks, beverages and patisseries and offers special themed nights which are well worth a visit. 6 miles away in the beautiful Red Wharf Bay dine at The Ship & The Old Boat House and enjoy spectacular uninterrupted views of the bay from the upstairs restaurant which offers locally sourced produce with fish and shell fish a speciality.
Foodstore: The nearest supermarket is Asda at LLangefni which is only 6 miles away.Why not pre order your grocery orders for delivery for the cottage.
Sporting Activities: For something a bit different and if your a keen Motor bike riding visit Anglesey Circuit (Trac Môn) which was opened during 1997 as a fully licensed MSA and ACU championship racing circuit. For golfers there is an abundance of golf courses and to name just a few. Just 4 miles away Bull Bay Golf Club is the most northerly golf course in Wales. There is also some excellent Horse Riding at Anglesey Riding School which is set alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, you won’t find horse riding in more involving surroundings.
- Gas Hob
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Vacuum Cleaner
- Sky/Sat/Free View
- Music System/CD/Radio
- Log/Multi Fuel Burner
- Underfloor Heating
- King Sized Bed
- Enclosed Garden
- Open Patio
- Garden Furniture
- Off Road Parking
- Use of adjacent land/parkland
Included In The Price
- Bed Linen
- Welcome Food Hamper
- Bottle of Wine
- Homemade Cake
- In-House Beauty Treatments
- Readymade meals delivered
|Week Low Season||£495|
|3 Day Low Season||£275|
|Week Mid Season||£525|
|3 Day Mid Season||£295|
|Week High Season||£595|
|3 Day High Season||£325|
"Leaving here reluctantly after 10 days in the unique, stylish and comfortable Granary. We'll miss having a log fire... One stay here could never be enough, and we'll definitely be back to soak up the relaxing atmosphere once more. Very best wishes to Hazel and John for the future, and thank you again."
Alan and Shane
"One of the nicest, warm and cosy retreats we have found in all our travels. Such a friendly welcome always greets us. Waking up here on the first month of 2010 was such a treat for all four of us. We have had another fantastic time here. Thank you"
Paul and Margaret
Owners Contact Details
Tel: 01248 470999 or 07747 092444