Coastal Cottage Benllech

by Jenny
(Anglesey)

Just north of Benllech this single storey Anglesey holiday cottage, awarded five stars under the Visit Wales scheme, sleeps six people and is available to rent between January and December.


“Bwthyn Yr Hafod” cottage has an impressive high ceiling and stonework, and the large windows allow generous natural light.

There is parking room outside for 2 cars, and the property benefits from central heating and a hot water supply.

Guests will have a choice of three bedrooms, consisting of double, twin and small bunk beds, and all three rooms have wash basins. The bathroom has a bath and shower.

The lounge and diner are combined and have a tiled floor together with a wood burning stove and a TV/video set.

For preparing breakfasts and other meals, the kitchen is fully fitted with a microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.

There is an enclosed garden which you can enjoy, and this has patio furniture as well as a climbing frame and slide for children.

How to get to Bwthyn Yr Hafod:

After leaving the A55 at Junction 8, follow the signs for Amlwch (A5025) and go through the village of Pentraeth. When you enter Benllech continue through the village, passing the pet shop on your left and the bowling green on your right.

On your right as you leave the village look for a large pink Edwardian house, and turn into the entrance and your coastal holiday cottage is in front of you.

The owner of this Anglesey coastal cottage, Mrs Ruth Jones, has another holiday cottage, Rhosboeth, situated nearby and a little further along the A5025 outside Benllech.


Where to visit:

There are a number of attractions you can visit while on Anglesey, and have a look at this map of the island to give you some idea of where these sites are in relation to your base here outside Benllech.

Not far from Bwthyn Yr Hafod is the Anglesey Coastal Path and some of the finest island beaches, which feature in the Good Beach Guide for 2009.

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