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It’s time for another new house update! Take a look at these amazing new properties that have recently joined the Menai family! From Lodges to modern apartments, there is a perfect holiday cottage for everyone!

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Anglesey, an island off the coast of North Wales, is known for its vast sandy beaches, rugged coastline and historical sites. Base yourself in one of our Anglesey cottages for a holiday packed full of adventure.

Glantraeth | Valley, Anglesey | Sleeps: 4 | Pets: Yes

Cosy modern living room

2 Glantraeth Estate is a lovely, detached bungalow based in Valley, Anglesey. This gorgeous cottage has a lovely kitchen area with plenty of appliances.

After a delicious dinner, head to the first of two bedrooms to find a lovely double bed and lots of storage. The second bedroom has twin beds, perfect for children or more guests!

Dolwar | Amlwch Port, Anglesey | Sleeps: 5 | Pets: No

Cosy cottage bedroom with flower bedsheets

The Port was thriving in 1853 because mines in the 18th & 19th century on Parys Mountain were the largest in the world being exported from the harbour.

The cottage is nearly 200 hundred years old with its quaint quirkiness and original thick walls and views of Parys Mountain from the windows!

The coastal path is only a short distance from Dolwar, turn right when leaving Dolwar and you will come to the port where you will find pubs, cafes, and an award-winning chippy!

There is also a nice secure child play area with swings etc to keep the kids occupied from time to time!

Bwthyn Dwyfor | Sleeps: 4 Pets: Yes

blue cobblestone cottage in Beaumaris

Bwythn Dwyfor, a two-bedroom, Grade II listed cottage on the Isle of Anglesey, sits nestled down a quiet street in central Beaumaris, a bustling historic coastal town on the island.

Take advantage of your excellent location, which includes a good range of boutique shops, welcoming pubs and restaurants, such as The Bull, the Liverpool Arms and The Pier House Café, as well as well-stocked convenience stores for any necessities!

North Wales

A North Wales holiday cottage is the perfect base for adventure seekers and nature lovers alike, or for those looking for a relaxing getaway and to enjoy some incredible scenery.

Hilltop Lodge | Corwen | Sleeps: 4 Pets: Yes

Lodge in mountains with hot tub

This lodge is Set in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley. It is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the meeting point of five river valleys. A short drive from the lodge, you will find Corwen. It is a charming town with amenities including traditional butchers, greengrocers and bakeries. There’s also a selection of pubs, cafes, restaurants and a children’s play area.

Llyn Peninsula

The Llyn Peninsula, tucked behind the mighty mountains of Snowdonia, is home to miles of rugged coastline and picture-perfect sandy beaches.

Ty Glan Y Mor | Pwllheli | Sleeps: 6 | Pets: Yes

seaside themed living room

This stunning property is pet-friendly. The Llŷn Peninsula is close to sandy beaches and coastal trails.

This cottage is an ideal location for hikers, walking holidays and seaside getaways.

On those lovely sunny days, you can enjoy the enclosed back garden. Relax on the outdoor furniture with a glass of wine. As the garden is secure, this cottage is a perfect choice for a pet-friendly holiday in Wales!

Hafod 3 | Abersoch | Sleeps: 6 | Pets: No

lodge in the sunshine with outdoor furniture

Hafod 3 is a luxury base for a family of six’s getaway. This lodge is ground-floor accommodation throughout and has lovely contemporary touches.

This magnificent, detached lodge of Hafod 3 is located near the coast in an excellent holiday park on the fringes of Abersoch, Gwynedd.

The first bedroom has a king-size bed with an en-suite shower room, while the second and third bedrooms have twin beds.

The decking features a BBQ and a private hot tub, which you can retreat to for a soothing dip amidst the stunning countryside!

Hyfrydle | Porthmadog | Sleeps: 6 | Pets: No

House with blue front door

Hyfrydle is an ideal North Wales holiday home for a family of six. It has an enclosed elevated terrace where you can view the mountain peaks!

You and your family can enjoy a day of family-friendly activity at Borth-y-Gest and Morfa Bychan beaches, where you can relax on the sand, stroll along the coastal path, or make sandcastles with the children.

The Black Rock Llama attraction is just a short drive away, where you can take llama treks over the undulating Welsh hills, ensuring a memorable day!

10 Y Ddol | Edern near Morfa Nefyn | Sleeps: 5 | Pets: Yes

Abstract living room with tasteful finishes

10 Y Ddol is a charming semi-detached cottage located in Edern near Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd on the stunning Llŷn Peninsula.

The pet-friendly home, which has three bedrooms and sleeps five people, is ideal for a family break in North Wales any time of year with an enclosed garden, barbecue and woodburning stove.

Along the Llŷn Peninsula, wildlife lovers can spot a variety of birds that make their home in the cliffs, as well as breath-taking coastal trails and picturesque bays.

In the charming village of Nefyn, you can find find the Maritime Museum and  Traeth Nefyn beach. The vibrant market town of Pwllheli is just a short drive away. You can dine in a traditional pub or take a stroll along the harbour for classic seaside attractions!

Min Y Mor | Morfa Nefyn | Sleeps: 6 | Pets: Yes

Cute cobblestone cottage with blue door

This delightful cottage is ideal for a family looking to escape to the coast of Wales; you’ll be within easy reach of the beach, a large selection of attractions, and breath-taking scenery along the Llŷn Peninsula!

The beach is just a short walk from the home, and it’s a great place to while away the hours with a range of watersports to do, or travel further afield to Abersoch, Pwllheli and Aberdaron to see their magnificent beaches, shops, and cafés.

Hen Beudy | Porthmadog | Sleeps: 2 | Pets: Yes

Farmhouse cottage livingroom

Hen Beudy is a welcoming and cosy Welsh cottage located on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula and located just a short walk away from the nearest beach, Black Rock Sands. Once a cattle barn, Hen Beudy has been sensitively converted by its owners to a luxury, self-catered and romantic one bedroom cottage.

Surrounded by hills, stone walls, grazing sheep and peaceful countryside Hen Beudy makes an idyllic setting and the perfect escape from strident city living!

Bryn Moelyn Apartment | Sleeps: 4 | Pets: Yes

cosy cottage living room

Bryn Moelyn Apartment is a wonderful property located on the outskirts of Boduan, near Morfa Nefyn (3.9 miles) on the Llyn Peninsula.

It’s a rural base attached to the owner’s home, with easy access to the coast for couples or a family of four looking for a rural retreat with charm.

Bryn Tudur |Porthmadog | Sleeps:4 | Pets: No

baby grand piano in living room

Bryn Tudur, which is spread over two storeys, is a traditional cottage for families and friends looking to discover North Wales.

The kitchen is equipped with all of the essential tools to prepare a full meal, including a convenient washing machine, so you won’t have to bring your entire wardrobe!

Take a stroll into Porthmadog’s town centre, where you’ll find a diverse range of shops and cafes; indulge in some retail therapy before heading to a local pub for a tasty bite to eat and a refreshing pint…

171 Snowdonia View | Chwilog | Sleeps: 6 | Pets: Yes

wooden lodge

171 Snowdon View is a striking alpine-style chalet resting on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park on the Hafan y Mor Holiday Park on the outskirts of Chwilog in Gwynedd.

Benefitting from a remote and peaceful location and a good selection of on-site amenities, including an indoor heated pool and entertainment, 171 Snowdon View is perfect for enjoying a refreshing break.

Avid historians will delight with a visit to Maritime Museum or quirky Eisteddfod Stone Circle in Porthmadog, before ending the day with a crisp pint of locally brewed beer at Purple Moose, just a short drive away.

Eithinog | Abersoch | Sleeps: 5 | Pets: No

spacious living room with tv

Eithinog is a charming, detached, single-storey cottage tucked away on the outskirts of Abersoch.

For a family or group of five, the property is in a superb location on the Llŷn Peninsula, with Aberosch’s golden sands within easy reach.

Abersoch beach is a pristine spot to soak up the sun, enjoy windsurfing, water skiing, or sailing across the sparkling sea. After tiring yourself out, why not venture into Abersoch? Here you will find plenty of restaurants and pubs to take a break from cooking, as well as convenience stores to stock up on the essentials!


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