- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
“A beautiful house in a secluded setting and a very relaxing week despite the mixed weather.”
Would definitely recommend.
Would definitely recommend.
“We had a fab week Llynon Lodge, the owners were very welcoming and showed us round the Lodge.”
The Lodge was warm and comfortable and exceeded our expectations, we saw a red squirrel and buzzed on the road to the cottage and bats in the evening gave an excellent display. We would highly recommend and hope to visit again next year.
“The Lodge itself is in a beautiful location - can't fault it, but the whole place needs a deep clean from top to bottom.”
I understand the age of the building will attract spiders - that is no problem but when the spiders have vacated their webs and no-one has cleaned then that becomes a problem. The kitchen was the most basic kitchen area I have ever used. No worktop space, we were left with 3 tea towels for a week! - the washing-up bowl needs changing - the tea/coffee/sugar jars need cleaning, the paintwork has seen better days. The Snug - chairs so uncomfortable, lighting was shocking, colour on walls was sickly yellow/mustard???? The stair risers are stained terribly, the woodwork needs painting, the glass balustrade hasn't seen a bit of polish of years. No choice of DVD's. No welcome booklet. No outside furniture only 2 directors chairs.....you cannot lie back on those! Why is there a very small freezer so far away from the kitchen, with 2 dead spiders curled up next to it? The curtains in the lounge area need cleaning as all they are doing is dragging dust along the floor and for someone suffering with Asthma this cannot be good. The WIFI did not work downstairs and the owner asked if we minded him coming in to sort it whilst we were out - yes we did mind - why has this not been done before? The square bath may look very fancy but you cannot lie down in it to relax and as for the shower - the head was far too dirty to even contemplate using. In the bathroom were 2 small cupboards which we thought held more towels etc - no inside was a black bin bag with 2 very old bed sheets covered in Moths...….Every window needed cleaning inside and outside.....I have taken some photos which I will send to Menai Holidays shortly.
“Great location for exploring Anglesey.”
The accommodation was warm and the beds comfortable. The kitchen wasn’t that well equipped and the dishwasher & tumble dryer weren’t working which was a bit of a pain but it didn’t spoil our holiday. We had a great display of bats in the garden one evening & sat watching dragon flies that had just hatched on another evening. But no red squirrels!!
Owner was available at the end of phone if needed but respected our privacy. House in exceptional grounds and settings even more beautiful than we expected. The house was well equipped and actually has a microwave which was not shown. Left tea, coffee, milk and biscuits that is always appreciated. Some comments were made about no outside seating so we took our own deckchairs, however there is a table and bench available and there were two deck/directors chairs available in the house.
“Excellent location and accommodation for a peaceful holiday but in easy reach of great beaches etc.”
“The location and the property were fantastic.”
We have used Menai holiday cottages before and each time we have not been disappointed with our choice. Everything from booking to the actual holiday was simple to arrange with clear and concise instructions. The only drawback to the property was that the outside area could not be fully used as there was no outside dining furniture
“Such a stunning property in a beautiful location.”
The perfect mix of old and new: the original gatehouse so traditional with quaint kitchen and log burner for cosy meals and just watching the fire, and the modern extension providing panoramic views of the river and countryside. Truly idyllic
“A beautiful lodge in a perfect setting.”
Owners were helpful even though the place was perfect in every way. Will most definitely be going back.
“The only downside was you don’t have any control over the underfloor heating”
“The cottage is in a fabulous location.”
Very quiet, very comfortable home from home . There weren't enough hand towels only one in the bathroom and one in downstairs cloakroom. No hair dryer had to go out and buy one but I think this should be a basic must have . But overall very pleased with it all .
“A beautiful cottage in a quiet location.”
“Good location and good standard of accommodation.”
Owner very helpful
“Lovely small cottage off the beaten track.”
Woken up in the mornings by sheep, makes a change from counting them at night! An instruction booklet for using the appliances would be helpful.
Located in the lush Anglesey countryside, Llynon Lodge holiday cottage looks out over natural gardens and a babbling brook.
Spacious rooms and ample outdoor seating areas make this a perfect base for exploring Anglesey. "Quiet and relaxation await you in this lovely refurbished 18th Century Gatehouse." Located just outside the little village of Llanddeusant, you have the last working windmill in Wales located right on the doorstep where you can take a tour and stop for a cake in the tea rooms.
There are footpaths in abundance for a little exploration by foot and you are just a short drive from pretty beaches and nature reserves.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x king, 1 x twin
- First floor bathroom with Japanese style bath, shower, loo and basin
- there is also a cloakroom on the ground floor with loo and basin.
- Underfloor heating, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge, kettle, toaster, bed linen and towels provided, Flatscreen TV, DVD player, woodburning stove, washer/dryer
- Dogs welcome only from March-June
- Pub 1.9 miles and shop 2.5 miles
- Note: There is a decked area from the rear of the property that leads to a large lawned area with a stream running through please ensure that children are supervised at all times.
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About the location
Holyhead 8 miles.
The small Welsh village of Llanddeusant nestles close to the stunning north west coastline of Anglesey amidst spectacular cliffs and golden, sandy beaches. Home to Wales' only remaining working windmill, visitors can see corn being ground the old fashioned way, then enjoy refreshments in the mill’s excellent tea room. The village provides a perfect location from which to explore this beautiful island, which boasts excellent fishing, birdwatching, golf, climbing and watersport opportunities, and with the ferry port of Holyhead within 8 miles, why not take a day trip to Dublin just 2 hours away? Nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait, lies the Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales' largest marine aquarium, whilst the historic town of Beaumaris, a major yachting centre, with its medieval castle and good selection of shops and restaurants, is within a short drive. A superb location for exploring this lovely island and its many visitor attractions.
Note: - Pets only allowed MARCH - JUNE. Not allowed other times of the year due to livestock
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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