Ideal for walkers and families, this property is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by countryside and forests.
Living room 1: With Freeview TV, DVD player, stereo, wooden floor and French doors leading to balcony.
Living room 2: With double sofa bed.
Dining room: With wooden floor.
Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Utility room: With washing machine and tumble dryer.
Cloakroom: With toilet.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and en-suite with bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With four poster double bed and en-suite with shower over bath, and toilet.
Bedroom 3: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 4: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Oil central heating, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair. Enclosed lawned garden with garden furniture and barbecue. Private hot tub. Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking. . 0.5 miles from stunning sandy beach. Built by Sir Harry Verney in the early 20th century, this wing of a property sleeps up to 10 guests and is part of a unique hamlet, which is a striking example of Arts and Crafts architecture. In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by countryside, forests and the stunning sandy beach of Red Wharf Bay, only 0.5 miles away, all providing scenic walks. The living room has French doors leading onto a balcony overlooking the private garden, patio and barbecue area. Local tourist attractions include medieval Beaumaris with its 13th century castle, old court house and jail, museums, specialist shops, fishing trips and ’olde worlde’ pubs and restaurants. Discover the island’s varied coastline, which is perfect for all watersports, golf courses, leisure centres, Sea Zoo, National Trust mansions and day trips to Snowdonia and Dublin. Shop and restaurant 3.5 miles, pub 1 mile. Read More
Lovely house in a lovely location just needed a bit of a spring clean. It’s dog friendly which is great, however on arrival and letting our dogs out one got out due to a hole in the fence, needed to put the bins in place to stop it happening again. Overall very nice holiday.
We had a fantastic family holiday here. So close to the beach and not a far drive to anything we needed. Would definitely return.x
It was great with a couple of niggles. Not the friendly welcome we were expecting We were visited a few times for jobs to be carried out
Beautiful house in stunning location, interior needs updating and thorough clean and damp in some of bedrooms upstairs needs to be sorted. On the whole we really enjoyed the week we had here.
Fabulous property - well equipped and had everything we needed for both a relaxing and enjoyable stay. Really lovely attention to detail in the rooms and we left with some real furniture envy due to some of the beautiful traditional pieces that were located in the cottage. So nice to wake up and be able to go for a short walk (steep hill) to the beach that was perfect for dog walking. We really enjoyed the hot tub too and the built in BBQ, that had all the equipment needed. We will hopefully be back!
A very enjoyable holiday in a lovely location. The house is an interesting “arts and crafts” building with all the essential requirements but some of the sofas and chairs could do with renewal/refurbishment. Numerous steps would make unsuitable for elderly/disabled.
Had a great stayed with my family
We had a lovely family break at Wern y Wylan Court. Quiet location close to red squirrel Forrest and beach. Good that you can drive down the hill and park as it’s a steep hill for some to manage. The hot tub was great and we made good use of it. It is a lovely old house full of character but wouldn’t be suitable for people with mobility problems as steps to front and back entrances and inside the house. We had to carry our elderly dog in and out as he couldn’t manage the steps. The enclosed garden was lovely. Only complaint was the 2 single beds were not same as in the photos and looked like they had seen better days. It was 15 minute drive to nearest shops, same to Beaumaris. Great for a break away from it all.
The cottage was really well placed and laid out, the location was good and the property was generally kept very clean. The only thing we didn’t appreciate was a full ash tray being left on the table on the balcony. Also the kitchen was lacking slightly in some basic equipment and we were unable to locate the plastic glasses required for use in the hot tub. These were very minor inconveniences though and overall we couldn’t really fault the property.
Did not feel this accommodation was as advertised. Builders working on the roof and their workshop at end of garden. No direct access to garden or hot tub from the house so no privacy, this could be rectified by steps from patio area. Furniture inside house not as shown in living room and very uncomfortable would benefit from a refurb. There are two photos of a large grassed area in the advert, this is not part of the accommodation misleading if you have dogs. Bins were overflowing when we arrived and not emptied until the day we left. On the Thursday housekeepers working below in basement until 7pm. Good points:- Kept very clean, cosy, good ensuites, possibly a good base for exploring Anglesey. Nervous drivers beware the mile long single track road with passing points is very winding, and some drivers coming towards you do not drive slowly.
Although we had a nice stay and found the house in a clean order we felt the description was a bit misleading as we went primarily to be able to walk to the beach. You could walk to the beach but there was a lot of marsh and scrub to try and get across which we were unable to do with young children and all the beach stuff you need to take for a day out. We were very disappointed at that. We also found the house with very limited utensils and crockery. There were a lot of us which the house should cater for but we found we had to ration plates knives forks etc as there were just enough. If we put dishwasher on we were waiting about for clean dishes etc. Also pots and pans were a bit thin on the ground to be able to cook a decent meal. Pizza cutter needed. When we have stayed at other cottages we have been delighted that every thing we have looked for has been found but unfortunately we cannot say the same for this house. Even had to go and buy a pot of salt. Just felt everything was a bit tired looking. The towels the tea cloths. The balcony patio furniture definetely needs replacing . My husbands plastic chair broke and he went down very hard and hurt his shoulder on the metal railings. This happened on the first night and that really put a dampner on our hols. I know covid meant the house was pared back to basics but we felt the basics were missing. Having said all that we enjoyed the hot tub and the garden and the house is in a beautiful part of Wales so we managed to have a nice time. No local amenities though so make sure you bring necessities with you. Other houses leave a little welcome of teabags so you can at least have a cuppa after a six hour drive.
We had a lovely family break here, with plenty of room in the house, lots of places to explore either walking or driving and we enjoyed having the hot tub to return to each evening. The hot water in the house took a while to come through, and the furnishings are a bit tired, but it is a lovely relaxing place and Anglesey is beautiful.
Delightful country large holiday let. Very comfortable set in a lovely countryside hamlet with 10 minutes walk to beach (20 minutes walk back as up a steep lane). 10 minutes drive to Beaumaris with great bespoke shopping, restaurants, castle. Great place to stay and explore north Wales and all it has to offer.
Bit dated, cobwebby and damp smell on arrival inside, could benefit from redecorating and a deep clean. Ample parking for our three cars. Quick response to the only maintenance issue we had - hot water failure. Fascinating 1920 build with unusual layout and blocked off rooms and stairs to make you wonder how and why it was constructed that way. Not very good for people with mobility problems. The private hot tub was clean and one of the highlights. Small not so private garden used by a couple of people from other parts of the complex. If you're after peace and quiet with no light pollution at night then this is the place. Silence except for the wind and wildlife. Close to a beach down a steep hill. Petrol, shops, takeaway in Pentraeth, 10 min drive away, or in Benllech about 20 mins away. Very narrow road access to lots of places in this part of Anglesey.
The house looks stunning on approach like a chocolate box house. You park at the front of the house which was ample for our 3 cars. The space round the right hand side is parking space for other parts of the complex. The main bedroom has such a comfy sleigh bed large dressing table, walk In Wardrobe, tv, and en-suite bathroom, and a lovely sea view. Unfortunately this bedroom had a very strong musty and damp smell when you walk in however you do get a bit nose blind after a while this could easily solved with a few plug in air fresheners. All bedrooms were spacious except one which still has a double bed and two small bedside tables my teenage Neice stayed in this bedroom and said it was fine. The kitchen/ diner was where we spent most of our time as it was the main place for socialising with easy access to food and drink. The kitchen is very modern. We used the main dining room twice which was very grand. It had a feel of a chapel or castle The furniture around the bbq and balcony needs refreshing. But despite this we had a great time having a bbq and the owners had provided coals, lighters, matches etc which was a great extra we wasn’t expecting. The hot tub was a big highlight of our stay always hot however it’s not maintained during the stay and towards the end of our stay it started to get somewhat foamy. We were so lucky with the weather so was able to sit in the garden have a bbq and go in the hot tub however there are no undercover areas. A pergola would be great over the hot tub and/ or a gazebo in the bbq area would make these facilities accessible even if the weather isn’t great or raining We were greeted on arrival with a lovely cake and fudge and fresh milk tea towels and dishwasher tablets, which was a lovely touch. We didn’t use the dishwasher after a few days as it gave the dishes a wet dog kind of smell which put us all off. None of us have a dishwasher at home so don’t know if this is normal The kitchen sink could do with a drainer. The beach was disappointing very marshy and boggy but the lovely Benllech beach is close by We really enjoyed our stay in Wern Y Wylan but it wot be great if you have mobility issues as lots of stairs and steps. The house had a very quirky layout with slightly mismatched decor and old fashioned in places . I think the cloth sofas need replacing possibly with leather sofas so they can be easily and cheaply kept clean. We would recommend this holiday stay, great WiFi