Bwthyn Derwen

Rhydwyn, Anglesey, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Hard to drag yourself out... but do, for large patio doors swing open onto a spacious stone terrace with large table, chairs and parasol. A barbeque is positioned ready for the catch of the day. Cook up with the salt in the air. A couple of stone steps lead up to the shared lawn, which is great for playing and a very sociable space.

Downstairs Description

It is listed and little has changed outside, but from the rugged stone exterior of the former barn, step into to a warm, lime plastered living and dining area with plum corner sofa, plush striped rug stone floors warmed by under floor heating. A wood-burner makes it cosy and a wide screen TV, DVD, Freesat and X-box can while away the hours on the days when rest is called for. Tiny windows in the thick wall offer a glimpse of the barn’s past and twinkle in the candlelight.

The oak dining table and comfortable cream upholstered chairs sit in a quiet corner, great for dining with the candles lit. Down some steps is a sleek, cream galley kitchen with all that you need for your stay, but reluctant cooks can book homemade meals in advance.

First Floor Description

Tucked away up the spiral stairs are two beguiling bedrooms - one twin and one double. The hardships of farm living have, been banished here. You will find crisp white Egyptian cotton bedding and a few toiletries, fluffy towels, bath robes and two luxurious bathrooms.

Other Notes

Bwthyn Derwen Mobile phone signal is poor and Wifi in Barn is quite weak.

Dogs Welcome
Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Tourist Attractions:
  • Anglesey Sea Zoo: located at the south of the Island is only 30 minute drive away. See conservation in action at the Lobster Hatchery and the Seahorse Nursery. Then walk the Shark Pool grids, and glimpse a Kelp Forest full of huge fish. Visit website
  • Beaurmaris Castle : Which was originally built for King Edwards visit in 1283 Visit website
  • Swtan : A small cottage museum dedicated to 17th century Welsh living. The cottage is owned by the National Trust, and is leased and run by a group of local enthusiasts, Visit website
  • 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. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Lobster Pot : If you are a seafood lover then you have come to the right place. Aswell as what's on the menu we often have specials caught in the bay according to the season e.g. Pollock, Sea Trout, Cod, Bass, Mackerel, Turbot and Plaice Emphasis is on simple food served in a friendly informal atmosphere. Visit website
  • The Black Lion Inn: The menu features classic, uncomplicated dishes, highlighting the quality of the ingredients and even welcomes dogs Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Londis: In Cemaes Bay Visit website
  • Tesco: At Holyhead which is only 8 miles away. Why not pre order your grocery orders for delivery for the cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Anglesey Circuit: 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. Visit website
  • Bull Bay Golf Club: Few places can rival the spectacular setting of Bull Bay Golf Club, an 18 hole championship course. Laid out above the rugged coastline on the beautiful holiday island of Anglesey, every tee commands panoramic views over the Isle of Anglesey . Visit website
  • 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. Visit website