Hafod, Moelfre, self-catering holiday home with large enclosed rear garden and stunning far reaching sea views. Dogs welcome. Close to beach. Hafod is situated just fifty yards from the sea within a small development on the edge of the village of Moelfre. You are able to see Llandudno, Puffin Island and Red Wharf Bay. A two minute walk will take you to a pebble beach and the famous Anglesey Coastal Path for you to enjoy. Hafod enjoys a very good TripAdvisor rating.
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Moelfre has a shingle beach, a lifeboat station with museum, a lovely selection of quality restaurants and pubs, Ann’s Pantry is a popular family run café and restaurant serving quality local produce in a relaxed atmosphere, and their homemade cakes are delicious! Or if you are looking for somewhere that welcomes dogs too, then try Ty Dderw, a lovely country inn, great for a quiet drink and a good meal or Traeth Bychan Beach Shop and café, right on the beach and serving a Grand Slam breakfast, perfect after an early morning walk with the pooch!
In the village you will find a convenience store, the Wheel and Anchor fish and chip shop and other shops in this quaint fishing village. To the south of Moelfre is a sandy beach at Traeth Bychan and to the north is the glorious white sandy beach Traeth yr Ora (Beach of the Fortified Landing Place), once reputed to be the haunt of smugglers, both of which you can walk to via the Anglesey Coastal Path.
Hafod is a comfortable, spacious property which has superb sea views. The large rear garden makes it ideal for children and the beach is only minutes away!!
The large kitchen contains attractive kitchen units and is well equipped with a double oven, fridge, dishwasher, microwave and toaster. There is a three-drawer freezer in the garage. There is a kitchen table, complete with four chairs.
The main feature of the lounge is the wonderful view of the sea and the shoreline towards Llanddona. There are two leather settees (a two-seater and a three-seater) and a pair of wooden chairs. There is 32 inch TV with Freeview, a DVD player, a VHS video player and a radio. Books and games are to be found in the book case with DVDs in the cabinet under the TV. There is also a traditional ‘cast iron’ style electric stove. Gall double doors from the lounge through to the kitchen increase the level of light throughout the house.
The large conservatory with stunning sea views, is a great place for a family breakfast with a large wooden table and four comfortable chairs. The comfy cane two seater sofa with two cane armchairs are perfect for relaxing with the morning newspaper and a coffee, watching the children playing in the large garden while you enjoy the magnificent views!
Washing machine and tumble dryer in cupboard
There is a spacious ground floor double bedroom with bedside cabinets, fitted drawers and wardrobes. A large picture window gives extensive views of the sea.
This twin-bedded ground floor bedroom contains two single beds, wardrobes, a bedside cabinet, a chest of drawers and a 15inch TV with DVD player.
Ground floor bathroom
The ground floor bathroom contains a bath, with a shower over the bath, a toilet and a hand basin.
A stylish spiral staircase leads to the upper floor where great sea views can be enjoyed. There is a shower cabinet (with privacy curtain) on the landing together with a toilet.
This spacious bedroom contains a double bed with bedside tables, a chest of drawers, a hand wash basin and two built-in wardrobes.
This bedroom contains twin beds, a pair of bedside cabinets, a chest of drawers, a pair of built-in wardrobes, a hand basin and a 27inch TV. There are views of the sea towards Puffin Island.
The lounge has a 32 inch LCD TV with built in Freesat, a DVD player, VHS player and a radio. A variety of DVDs are stored in the drawer under the TV and a selection of books and games is found on the book shelf. Bedroom 2 has a 15 inch TV with a DVD player. Bedroom 4 has a 27 inch TV with Freeview.
A door from the conservatory leads to the large rear garden which slopes gently to enhance the view of the sea. There is a small patio close to the house with a large stylish glass topped table and 6 comfortable chairs, on a warm summer’s evening, a perfect location for a family meal, enjoying the sunset and the beautiful sea views! The large garden has a small pond in the far corner which has been covered in a protective metal frame.
• Central Heating throughout
• Ground floor bedroom and bathroom
• 2 dogs allowed – £10 per dog
• Linen provided
• Private off-road parking
• Internet access
• A child cot available
• Wonderful sea views
• Large rear garden & patio
• Covered pond
Please note that you will need to bring your own towels.
***Hafod is not suitable for disabled guests or guests that need access to a wheelchair***
Security Deposit – Hafod requires a £100 security deposit.
On behalf of the homeowner we reserve the right to charge guests the cost of rectifying damage, caused by the accidental, deliberate, negligent or reckless act of the guest to the property or structure. This will be done by Pre-authorising a credit card. A Pre-authorisation is a temporary hold of a specific amount of the available balance on a credit card. The Pre-authorisation is not a charge and no funds will be debited from your account.
Walks on Mynydd Bodafon – Mynydd Bodafon (Bodafon Mountain) is a small collection of peaks including the Arwydd (The Sign or signal) which is the highest point on the island of Anglesey.
Moelfre Beach – The beach at Moelfre is more of a small harbour than a beach with a pretty pebbled seafront. The beach is suitable for sailing, fishing, boating, picnics and walks and great for a swim or a paddle. Moelfre itself is a picturesque former fishing village with a long maritime history.
Lligwy Beach – Wide, sandy beach located just around the corner from the village of Moelfre. The beach of Traeth Lligwy is backed by low sand dunes giving it a wild, open feel, which is exactly what it is.
Lligwy Burial Chamber has a low, squat appearance, dominated by its massive capstone, which is estimated to weigh some 25 tons. Lligwy burial chamber is around 5,000 years old. What history and so authentic, Well worth the walk especially with scenery. How our ancestors lived and died.
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Rented Hafod for a group of 3 Couples with 2 dogs. Suited us ideally. Large conservatory where we could all eat with fabulous views. Everything we needed in the kitchen. Took our portable bbq though we found one in the garage.
Note the spiral staircase, may cause an issue with less mobile people or small children. Enclosed garden, super for the dogs, playing badminton and boules.
Really good stay at Hafod
We had a very good time in Hafod. It is minutes from a small cove and has excellent views of the sea. Very comfortable house for eight and the unusual shower position on the first floor is fine. The spiral staircase is modern but very narrow so you have to be reasonably fit to move up and down it. Good kitchen facilities and the beds were comfortable. In a quiet residental area just minutes from Moelfre. We would definitely recommend it. Thank you.
Another great week in Anglesey
This is the second time that we have stayed in the house. We are a family of 7, 4 children ranging from 4 to 13 and 3 adults. We love the location and the view from the lounge and especially the conservatory is second to none. The house is within easy access of some lovely beaches (Benllech and Lligwy).
A View to Die For…
The bungalow is in an excellent location with the coastal path not far away making it most enjoyable walking to and from the village of Moelfre..
The service from Coastal Holidays was very good as I had to change the registration number of a vehicle and they acknowledged the change.
The beds were very comfortable. The shower upstairs was in an unusual location, on the landing, and talking of stairs they were not good for anyone with walking difficulties and you could not get easily up the stairs carrying luggage.
The location of the cottage was excellent, we walked on the coastal path to Moelfre and the garden was super for children with a view to die for…..
Lovely view Hafod
We enjoyed our stay at Hafod the weather was also very kind to us which makes a difference. The house is in a lovely quiet position. It is like a home from home. Just a couple of things to be aware of, which was on our paperwork but didn’t notice it. You have to take your own towels which we did not, no bother we went and purchased some from asda, cheap enough. But thought it would just be a help to have provided them as most places do.
Fabulous family holiday!
We stayed at Hafod in the last week of July. We knew it was going to be good from the pictures but they really don’t do the view justice. We were absolutely delighted when we arrived and realised the fabulous position and views from the house. The children had great time playing in the garden and looking at the tadpoles in the pond. The adults enjoyed sitting outside on the patio when it was warm but were able to continue to enjoy the view from the conservatory when the temperature dropped. Just around the corner from the house is a little pebble beach where we enjoyed collecting shells and skimming stones. The coastal path takes you into Moelfre and all the way to Lligwi if you have the stamina. The walks that you can access from the property are fantastic! We spent time at both Benllech and Lligwi beaches which were both only a few minutes drive away. The Kimnel Arms does great pub food and craft ales and Anne’s Pantry is a lovely restaurant both with great views. Din Lligwi is also nearby and we were lucky enough to be there on the weekend they had a reenactment and activities going on. The rooms are spacious and clean which is all we ask for really. We’ve been to Anglesey several times before as a family with small children and my husband holidayed there every year as a child. We like Moelfre because it’s a beautiful little town and excellently positioned. I can’t recommend the house highly enough and have had several people ask me for the details after seeing our pictures. We will definitely be returning in the future!
An enjoyable stay in an excellent location.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Hafod. The views are “to die for” and the location is quiet and peaceful. Wardrobe space was also a challenge. We found the double bed slightly uncomfortable. The mattress could have been firmer, and being used to “king size” at home, we found the space in the bed a little restrictive. We would definitely recommend this property and would certainly consider returning.
Wow, when we walked into the front door it was lovely but when we walked through to the lounge wow what a view amazing you didn’t need a television at all. Every night we spent our time in the conservatory looking at the view in the ever changing weather.
All the family loved it there and our dog enjoyed herself too running on the beaches, it wasn’t very far away from the village too with a great chippy and a great pub, we didn’t want to leave the place and that wonderful view behind.
We will definitely go back – loved it.
A well equipped house offering accommodation for up to 8 with fantastic sea views from the rear.
This was our second visit to Hafod. The major draw is the fantastic view from the rear of the house – lounge, conservatory and one of the downstairs bedrooms. The house is well equipped (tho’ could do with a knife sharpener). The upstairs rooms are not accessible to those with mobility problems but there are two comfortable bedrooms on the ground floor – one double and one with 2 twin beds. There is ample parking and shops nearby in Benllech so all in all, an excellent location.
Hafod is a nice house in an amazing location, we stayed here as two families over the bank holiday weekend. The facilities and equipment are very good(no wi-fi), the sea views and sunroom are an added bonus. There was plenty of space for us all to relax, the bathroom was great downstairs and each bedroom upstairs had a sink and also there was a shower on the landing which seemed unusual but did the job and was more than adequate. The garden is a really good space, and there is a big drive that fits two cars comfortably. We walked from the house to Moelfre and Lligwy beach via the coastal path, and the local rocky beach is right on your doorstep. Moelfre is a nice village with a good pub(Kinmel arms) and lovely cafe/bistro(Annes pantry), we didn’t eat in either of these but had coffee and a drink which both were very nice. We ate in the Ty Dderw which was a 5 minute walk from the house, it was excellent value for money with great service and top quality restaurant food(highly recommended). All in all we had a great short break at Hafod, and we booked it through Coastal holidays who were very professional throughout and would definitely use again.
Ticks All the Boxes
Fabulous comfortable house for us and our children and young grandchildren. The cows at the bottom of the garden kept us all amused as they mooched up and down. The house layout gave us all plenty of space to relax after an energetic day on the beach. Sunsets across to North Wales were stunning. Easy access to Moelfre village coastal path and beaches made the location ideal for us all. We are going back again next June! Can’t give a better recommendation than that.
A great place to stay – suits the whole family
Thoroughly enjoyed staying here; proximity to the beach was ideal for the children, sunroom was great for adults and the garden hosted a number of barbecues during our stay. Great size for our part (7 in total) and facilities were of a very good standard. Our children are very keen to return
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