Wern y Wylan – Court
Wern y Wylan Court, Beaumaris, self-catering holiday home set in spacious grounds about four miles from Beaumaris, overlooking Llanddona beach and Red Wharf Bay, surrounded by attractive countryside, forests and the stunning sandy beach of Red Wharf Bay. A slate roofed BBQ area in the garden is great for the 'boys' to grill a feast for those balmy summer evenings. A large oval wooden table complete with eight matching wooden chairs provides a perfect spot to read the morning papers or to dine with all the family with the added bonus of a hot tub! Relaxing and peaceful. Dogs welcome.
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Built by Sir Harry Verney in the early 20th century, this wing of Wern y Wylan Court sleeps 8/10 people and is part of a unique hamlet which is a striking example of the Arts and Crafts architectural style. The Arts and Crafts movement was a British design movement that flourished between 1860 and 1910 led by the artist and writer William Morris which stood for traditional craftsmanship using simple forms and often applied medieval, romantic or folk styles of decoration in an anti-industrial statement.
The design of the house features many distinctive aspects of that era combined with careful modernisation to produce stylish and comfortable accommodation.
The dramatic octagonal shaped kitchen is so cool! The luxury modern kitchen is at the heart of the house, providing a bright and spacious area in which to use its very well equipped facilities. Prepare your dinner with the impressive Belling dual fuel Ranger Cooker with 5-burner gas hob including wok burner, keep the wine chilled to perfection in the free standing American style fridge freezer and then let the integrated dishwasher do all the washing up! The kitchen also has a microwave, toaster and a pine breakfast table with six matching chairs to enjoy breakfast with family and friends.
A separate utility room has a washing machine, dryer, Belfast sink and a toilet.
Distinctively decorated, the spacious dining room has a long rectangular wooden table complete with ten matching wooden chairs which are so reflective of the Arts and Crafts era. Enjoy dining at its finest with such classic furniture and plenty of room for everyone!
The spacious lounge boasts a brick feature fire place and modern free standing log burner. Comfy seating is provided by a 4-seater settee, 3-seater settee, 2-seater settee, and armchair. The 50in LCD TV is a bonus and the collection of DVDs will keep you entertained for hours. Double patio doors open out to a balcony area which overlooks the private garden with panoramic views of the countryside. A stylish round table with stone mosaic inlay and eight chairs provide a perfect spot for relaxing with the morning paper.
There is a secod living room with sofa bed
A solid mahogany French bridal canopy four poster bed complements this room. The bedroom has a 32in LCD TV with built in Freeview, a chest of drawers, two bedside cabinets and a built-in wardrobe.
En-suite to bedroom 1
l size bath, a separate large walk-in shower unit, toilet, hand wash basin and a heated towel rail.
This bedroom has a large king size bed, dressing table, a bedside cabinet, chest of drawers set and an arm chair. A walk-in wardrobe provides extra storage space. A 32in LCD TV with built in Freeview is an added bonus.
En-suite to bedroom 2
The en-suite has a full size bath with over head shower, a toilet, hand wash basin and a heated towel rail.
Contains a double bed, two bed side cabinets and a built-in wardrobe.
This large bedroom has two single beds, two bed side cabinets, and large fitted wardrobe.
Second living room with double sofa bed.
This modern family bathroom has a full size bath, separate walk-in shower unit, hand wash basin and toilet.
The lounge has a 50in LCD TV with Freeview, DVD player and a variety of DVDs. Bedrooms 1 & 2 each have a 32in LCD TV with built in Freeview.
The property has the benefit of a large private garden overlooking hills, trees and sea side views as well as a private parking area.
Summer isn’t summer until you’ve had a good barbeque, and Wern y Wylan Court provides the perfect opportunity for grilling glory! The path through the garden leads to a paved area with an outdoor brick BBQ which is the focal point of this outdoor dining area with the added bonus of a hot tub!
The slate roofed BBQ area is great for the ‘boys’ to grill a feast for those balmy summer evenings. A large oval wooden table complete with eight matching wooden chairs provides a perfect spot to read the morning papers or to dine with all the family, enjoying the BBQ feast!.
• Central heating throughout
• Log burner (Logs are not provided)
• Max 3 dogs allowed
• Towels and linen provided
• Private parking
• Internet access
• Cot available
• Hot Tub
Things to do / Places to Visit nearby
Puffin Island – Puffin Island is an uninhabited island off the eastern tip of Anglesey, Wales. A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), unfortunately it is not possible for visitors to land on the island without permission from the landowner. However if you want to see the birds then the best way is to take a boat trip around the island. Boat trips operate all through the summer with three operators. All boats operate from Beaumaris.
Penmon Priory – Remains of the priory dating from the thirteenth century, when the house became part of the Augustinian order. The origins of the site are traditionally associated with St Seiriol in the sixth century. Set in a quiet corner of Anglesey along winding lanes. £3.00 to park here also covers travelling further on to Penmon Point with its beach and view of the lighthouse. Ruins of the Priory with full explanations, an old Dovecote and St Seriol’s church and a well. Plus some pathways to explore. Wonderful views over the Straights to the Snowdonia range.
Anglesey Coastal Path – The Anglesey Coastal Path is a 200-kilometre long-distance footpath around the island of Anglesey in North Wales.
Penmon Lighthouse – Trwyn Du Lighthouse is a lighthouse between Black Point near Penmon and Ynys Seriol, or Puffin Island, at the eastern extremity of Anglesey, marking the passage between the two islands.
Lleiniog Beach – Lleiniog Beach is mostly sand and shingle, and located at the top north-eastern corner of Anglesey, about 2½ miles north of Beaumaris. This beach is perfectly located for glorious views of the Snowdonian mountains the Great Orme and of passing boats along the Menai Straits. It offers plenty of space on the beach to play around in the sun as well as to explore rock pools and collect a shell or two!
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Booked for a small family get together in advance of Xmas. Beautiful arts & craft house attached one side to neighbors in a small hamlet in the middle of nowhere but 0.5 mile downhill to coastal path and Llanddona beach.
Easy access to key and house.
Oodles of character and very spacious downstairs with log burner in lounge. Good central heating throughout. Great WiFi. Well laid out kitchen and breakfast area. Great fan assisted double oven no issues with cooking a full Xmas dinner. Plenty of plates etc and well equipped
4 good size bedrooms 2 en-suite plus main bathroom albeit shower in there isn’t great. But very comfortable beds and plenty of storage.
Garden isn’t completely secure for the dogs so taken out for toilet breaks down the lane- torch useful at night as it’s pitch black.
Hot tub was great accessed by back stairs and gates out the back. Only issue is that at night the nearest switch for the timed light over the hot tub doesn’t work it had to be switched on again from the house. But great little set up.
We absolutely loved staying here completely isolated nearest spar a few miles away.
Booked again for February to return with friends
4th time we have stayed
This is the 4th time we have stayed at Wern Y Wylan Court and it gets better every time.
Brilliant house for a family get together. Plenty of bathrooms. Great location with some lovely walks into the forest or onto the beach
Fantastic spacious cottage with stunning views! Will definitely book again. Hot tub was clean and sheltered from the wind, lovely open wood burning stove made it very cosy. Truly one of the best cottages we have ever stayed in.
We loved it!
Wern y Wylan Court was everything we had hoped for in a beautiful location – perfect for our family get-together. Plenty of space for children and adults and the hot tub was wonderful!
Loved this old property
Wonderful house, location, hospitality, very clean and the hot tub was an added bonus. Would definitely recommend as a group holiday. So much space and kept getting lost with the whereabouts of all the rooms………would love to return.
wonderful stay in a wonderful home!
we all loved our stay in this lovely home it was warm and cosy, we will definitely be back. The weather was awful when we stayed but it didn’t ruin our fun at all.
What a weekend
We had a great weekend. The accommodation was lovely very large but warm and cosy. We eat in at nights and the kitchen was great and well equipped. Would most certainly return.
Great week at Wern y Whelan
Had a lovely stay at Wern y Wylan Court. Everything worked fine and the facilities offered us the flexibility required of 8 people with generously sized dining room, lounge, balcony, bedrooms etc. Lovely garden with hot tub which was a favourite.
Lovely location and very well equipped accomodation
Enjoyed a week at easter (2012) in this cottage. Cottage is spacious, with 3 good sized bedrooms – we are a family of 5 (children 14, 13 and 9) plus a golden retriever and we had plenty of room. There is a nice outside space to park the car and a private road which was safe for the kids to ride bikes and scooter. Nice big TV with free-view, plenty of seating and dining table for 6. Kitchen has everything you need – big fridge freezer, tumble dryer, washing machine and……most importantly……a dishwasher – all looked almost new when we were there. As for Wales it is the first time we have holidayed in Wales and it was great, loads to do in the local area, castles, some great cycle tracks right next to the cottage (along the river), mountains to climb, Swansea is about 30 mins away and has loads to do and some great coast-line about 30-40 mins drive. There is a large Tesco super market 3 miles away on Ammanford and local shop and pub in Glammanon. Highly recommend cottage and the local area
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