This 19th Century cottage is situated in Dwyran, in South-West of Anglesey, arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the island. Stick Cottage is a comfortable self-catering base for 2-3 people, and is ideally situated for exploring Anglesey, the North Wales Coast and the mountains of Snowdonia.
The cottage is close to the famous National Nature Reserve of Newborough Warren and Beach, an area of unspoilt dunes and sandy beaches, with other equally beautiful beaches at Aberffraw, Cable Bay, Lligwy, Traeth Bychan, Church Bay and Benllech, all less than half an hour's drive from Stick Cottage. Anglesey is a fantastic location for wildlife and is home to a huge variety of wildflowers. Newborough Forest is a recent stronghold for red squirrels and is famous for its raven roost, often numbering in the thousands. Ornithologists will also spot plenty of waders and waterfowl from the hides at Newborough and Malltraeth. The coastal footpath and various kayak launch sites are nearby, while the picturesque villages of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll and Menai Bridge are within a short drive of the cottage. Further afield, it takes approximately 30 minutes to reach the mountains of Snowdonia, the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno or the castles of Beaumaris and Caernarfon.
If you are a kayaker interested in circumnavigating Anglesey or a walker who fancies the coastal path, you may be interested in the pick-up service offered by the owners. The service allows you to undertake linear trips, safe in the knowledge that you can be collected from any suitable point at the end of the day, or some interim point if conditions become unfavourable.
Other attractions include miles of wonderful coastline with 125 miles of coastal path and more shipwrecks than anywhere else in Europe; 120 scheduled ancient monuments; the renowned watersports facilities at Rhosneigr; the Norman castles of Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy; the University city of Bangor; the mountains of Snowdonia; Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwll-llantysiliogogogoch (the village with the longest name in Britain!); Plas Newydd (National Trust), Anglesey Sea Zoo, Foel Farm, Menai Straits, sea or lake fishing, boat trips, cycle track, excellent golf courses, or even a day-trip to Ireland from Holyhead (120 mins).
With everything so close by and a special pick-up/drop-off service for kayakers, walkers and cyclists, Stick Cottage is the place to spend your holiday!
- Bedrooms: 1 (choice of twin beds or superking bed)
- Sleeps: 2-3
- Shower rooms: 1
- TV, DVD, WIFI
- Electric induction hob and
microwave with convection oven and grill
- Oil fired central heating
- Access to washing machine and freezer
- Kayaker/Walker/Cyclist service
- Short breaks available
- Sorry no pets and this is a no smoking property
- Caernarfon Castle - 15 miles
- Bangor station - 11 miles
- Village shops, pubs, cafés and take-away
(Indian or Fish and Chips) all within 5 mins drive
- Many eating places also in Beaumaris,
Menai Bridge and Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
- Newborough Beach - 3 miles
- Beaumaris - 14 miles
- Llanfairpwllgwyngyll - 7 miles
- Menai Bridge - 9 miles
This lovely self-catering accommodation on Anglesey is situated on one floor, and has everything you need for a relaxing holiday in Wales.
Stick Cottage is a sensitively modernised one bedroom, single storey stone cottage, standing in the owner's grounds with its own pleasant garden and rural setting. Offering ideal accommodation for up to three people, the property is well equipped and a relaxing base ideally placed for exploring Anglesey and Snowdonia.
It is a cottage that is steeped in history, with some parts dating back to the 19th century. Decorated and furnished to a high standard, Stick Cottage boasts cosy and comfortable accommodation. All the rooms have views of the gardens. The cottage accommodation is all on the ground floor but please note that there are 2 steps down into the cottage; consequently it may not be accessible if you have additional access needs.
The charming, cosy sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with an electric 'wood burner' stove, and exposed beams and sofa bed. There is a TV and DVD player, wireless internet access and a selection of games, books and DVDs. The kitchen-diner is well equipped with an electric induction hob, microwave with convection oven and grill, fridge and dining table and chairs. Use of a freezer and washing machine are available on request. The good sized bedroom has a choice of twin beds or a superking bed, and there is a shower room with shower, basin and WC. The cottage has its own garden area with garden furniture and barbecue, a perfect place to relax.
Situated off the A4080 in Dwyran, it is easy to access this property - please ask for full directions on booking.
There is full oil central heating with additional heating from the electric 'wood-burner' stove in the sitting room. Fuel and power are included in summer months (Fuel supplement is applicable from 1st Oct - 31st Mar - please see information on the enquiry page).
Bed linen is included in the rent but please bring own towels. A Cot and highchair are available by prior arrangement. Kayak and bike storage is also available.
Change over day is Friday. Short breaks available on request.
To book this tranquil Isle of Anglesey self-catering cottage, click the enquiry button below and request for availability.
Stick Cottage, Dwyran, Isle of Anglesey, LL61 6AJ Wales, UK