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Ty Coets

Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey (Ref. 1022563)

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3 Customer Review(s)

  • Mrs Cooper

    “Lovely place.”

    Natural progression aceful surroundings

    Natural progression aceful surroundings One of the best equipped places I have stayed in.

    - Mrs Cooper, March 2020

The property

The property Ty Coets is a beautiful grade 2 listed holiday cottage set within a courtyard group of renovated farm buildings. It is situated in a peaceful, rural area of Anglesey on the outskirts of the village of Llanfair PG which boasts the longest name in the world - Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch! Carefully converted, this lovely cottage retains some wonderful original features, including exposed stonework, large arched windows in the lounge and exposed beams. Well equipped, it features all the modern comforts of the 21st Century. .

Set in a tranquil location and surrounded by ancient woods, there are protected species including oak, newts, bats, red squirrels in the grounds and there's direct access to the Anglesey Coastal Footpath. The farm buildings were once part of Llwynonn Farm on the Plas Newydd Estate. It's an easy walk to this historic house and garden, now owned by the National Trust. And it’s in a stunning location, close to the shores of the Menai Strait with magnificent views of the mountains of Snowdonia.

Visit the renowned Anglesey Sea Zoo and experience a tour of the famous Halen Môn - Anglesey Sea Salt company, both nearby. And of course, you have the wonderful Newborough Forest, Warren and its' long sandy beach just a 10-minute drive away. The island of Anglesey boasts numerous other attractions such as historic Beaumaris Castle, wonderful coastal walking routes and cycle paths and many miles of stunning beaches to explore. There are also many quality restaurants and pubs throughout the island. The award-winning Marram Grass is an easy 10-minute drive from the cottage. Hooton's Homegrown Farm Shop and Cafe is just down the road and is an excellent place to visit for a snack or a traditional Sunday lunch.


  • Two bedrooms: 1 x twin, 1 x king size
  • Bathroom on first floor has bath with hand held shower, WC and basin
  • Open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area with log burning stove.
  • Electric central heating with log burning stove
  • Electric oven and hob
  • Fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, microwave
  • Smart TV, DVD player, WiFi
  • Bedlinen and towels provided
  • High chair, travel cot (no linen)
  • Initial supply of logs
  • Enclosed patio area, with outdoor furniture, barbecue
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants 0.5 miles. Note: The development has entered Phase 2 and whilst there is still some ongoing building work it is away from the cottage and should not detract from your enjoyment. Note: There are 2 open ponds nearby, child supervision needed

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.

About the location


Menai Bridge 2 miles; Beaumaris 6 miles.

Affectionately known by the locals as Llanfair PG, the Anglesey village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrnd robwllllantysiliogogogoch, also known by its shortened name of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll has the longest place name in Europe. It was artificially named back in 1860 as a publicity stunt for the railway station and translates from Welsh as "St Mary's church in the hollow of the white hazel near to the fierce whirlpool and the church of St Tysilio of the red cave". Situated close to the Menai Straits, just off the Britannia Bridge, Llanfair PG has much to offer families. After having your photo taken next to the village nameplate at the railway station, head into the popular visitors centre for local tourist information. A short walk past the octagonal Toll House, towards Menai Bridge, will bring you to the Marquis of Anglesey statue and column which, for a small fee, you can climb the 115 steps to the top for superb views of the countryside and coastline. Nelson’s Monument can be easily reached on the banks of the Menai Straits, passing St Mary’s Church on the way. With several good pubs with restaurants, craft and gift shops and cafes, plus the beautiful Anglesey coastline within walking distance, there is plenty to entertain you all year round.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
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