Brynsiencyn 2 miles.
Offering spectacular scenery, unforgettable sunsets and a prime location for exploring both the Isle of Anglesey and mainland Wales, The Outbuildings makes the perfect choice for a celebratory escape with friends or a get-together with family.
Boasting an impressive stone-built main house with an accompanying quirky shepherds hut, this property caters to a variety of group needs.Sitting in the rural village of Llangaffo near Brynsiencyn, a desirable base at any time of the year.
As soon as you arrive, The Pink Hut beckons you, a pretty, pink-painted shepherd's hut sleeping two guests with a double bed, TV, woodburning stove and its own en-suite shower room; it makes the ultimate romantic escape for a pair seeking a quiet spot to themselves.
Convene within the main house and be welcomed in to the beautiful kitchen space, a stylish spot hosting all you could need for a self-catered stay.Here you can keep the chef in your party company at the breakfast bar, or unwind in front of the woodburning stove in one of the little armchairs , all while the scent of your delicious home-cooked meals fills the room, a great host of appliances at hand between here and the sitting room.
Carry your conversations through to the large and welcoming living/dining room where you will find a large and spacious dining table, where the whole party can gather to plan the day’s events, or relax at the end of the day and compare adventures.The sofas arranged around the second woodburning stove of the house makes a lovely spot to while away the hours with some drinks prepared at the bar in the room.
The mezzanine games room has everything you need for a cosy evening or a rainy day; come together on the sofas in front of the smart TV for a movie night, or why not choose one of the selection of games or the full-size snooker table; you will be sure to keep the whole party entertained.
The beautiful lawned grounds have far-reaching views across the countryside; enjoy an alfresco meal together at the spacious outside tables and drink in your surroundings, while the hard surface tennis court outside make the perfect activity for any time of year.
When it comes time to rest, take your pick from the either the Pink Hut or one of the six remaining bedrooms, each with their own theme and spectacular interior, as well as most benefiting from their own televisions and en-suites too.Choose from the ground floor super-king-size offering the option to be a twin on request with its convenient zip/link functions, which has an an en-suite shower room, or the other ground-floor further super-king-size which is served by the ground-floor family bathroom, perfect for those less able.The first floor boasts a four-poster king-size with an en-suite bathroom, a king-size with an en-suite shower room, and two twin bedrooms with zip/link functions which can be super-king-size on request, both boasting en-suite shower rooms, all offering a flexible sleeping arrangement for a variety of group needs.
Wake up each morning to your beautiful Snowdon surroundings, the mountains making a perfect backdrop to alfresco dining with a hearty breakfast as your canine companions play on the lawn, before exploring the local area of Llangaffo by foot.The historical landmark of Bodowyr Burial Chamber is a short walk over the field from the house, while with all the amenities you could need for a self-catered stay close by, including a village shop and Post Office in Llangaffo, a pub can be found in the nearby village of Brynsiencyn along with a café and a takeaway.
Close by you will find both the family-friendly attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo and Foel Farm, offering fantastic animal experiences where you can get up close to the creatures and even feed some of the furry friends, with plenty of educational experiences too.
The National Trust wonder of Plas Newydd House and Gardens is also within easy reach, a lovely spot for a leisurely day out with your loved ones.
Visit the Anglesey Transport Museum hosting vintage cars, bikes and farming vehicles on a replica 1940s cobbled street for a day out with a difference, or enjoy the beauty of Anglesey's beaches, Llanddwyn Beach on the edge of Newborough Forest being particularly popular for its stunning sights of Snowdonia National Park also well-worth a visit for the avid adventurer.
In reach of Caernarfon, Beaumaris and beyond, The Outbuildings offers a memorable base for your escape to Wales.