Eirianfa is a Scandinavian style lodge in a holiday park of similar properties. Given its 5 star Trip Advisor rating, Eirianfa is an absolutely fantastic lodge, having everything you’ll need for a truly relaxing holiday - a great place to stay all year round whether for a summer holiday or a winter escape. Pentre Coed Country Park is located just outside Menai Bridge within easy reach of the A55 expressway and with close access to all of Anglesey’s beautiful beaches and enthralling coastlines. Menai Bridge has a wealth of restaurants, quaint corners, Telford’s historic suspension bridge and many scenic walks.
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Eirianfa is a Scandinavian style lodge in a holiday park of similar properties. It’s an absolutely fantastic lodge, having everything you’ll need for a truly relaxing holiday – a great place to stay all year round whether for a summer holiday or a winter escape. Pentre Coed Country Park is located just outside Menai Bridge within easy reach of the A55 expressway and with close access to all of Anglesey’s beautiful beaches and enthralling coastlines. Menai Bridge has a wealth of restaurants, quaint corners, Telford’s historic suspension bridge and many scenic walks. A short drive beyond will take you to the magnificent mountain scenery of Snowdonia.
The well-equipped kitchen with modern facilities including an inset ceramic hob with oven and grill with extractor hood above, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, toaster and all kitchen utensils.
A pine dining table with six dining chairs provides spacious seating for everyone to enjoy a very sociable atmosphere. The double glazed door provides access to the rear decking area. The wireless router is also located in the dining area.
Like the rest of the cabin, the lounge walls are made of pine, giving a cosy and romantic appearance. The spacious lounge has a comfortable, faux-leather suite comprising of a three seater, two seater and rattan armchair. The traditional log burning stove makes this a cosy and warm lodge at any time of the year. The 32in LCD TV has built in Freeview and there is a selection of books on the book shelf.
Bedroom 3 (ground floor):
This ground floor double bedroom with its honey-coloured pine walls, floor and ceiling contains a double bed, a bedside cabinet, a bedside lamp and a large wardrobe (with hairdryer).
Ground floor bathroom:
The large ground floor bathroom with its slate tile floor and pine walls contains a white bathroom suite which includes a bath with over-head shower, a washbasin, toilet, a heated towel rail and a fan heater.
Bedroom 1 (Upstairs):
This bedroom contains a king size double bed, two bed side cabinets (with hairdryer), a large chest of drawers set and a walk-in wardrobe. There is a door leading to the exterior decked balcony area, ideal for a relaxing morning coffee.
En-suite shower room to bedroom 1:
The white bathroom suite comprises of a walk-in shower, pedestal wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 (Upstairs):
This twin bedroom contains two single beds plus a large chest of drawers.
First floor landing:
The airing cupboard houses the hot water tank, cleaning and household equipment and provides extra storage space.
32in LCD TV with Freeview, a creative iPod/ phone music dock, Internet access and a selection of books on the bookshelf in the lounge.
The front garden is laid to lawn with a slate covered driveway providing ample off-road parking with space for boat/caravan. Steps lead to a covered decking area with outside lighting which looks out over the park and neighbouring properties. The drive extends to the rear of the property with access to a rear decked area backing onto the open countryside. There is a large wooden table and a wooden bench out on the decking area as well as 4 additional decking chairs that are kept in the garden shed.
• Electric Central heating throughout
• Log burner
• Ground floor bathroom
• Ground floor bedroom
• Bed linen provided
• Please bring your own towels
• Private parking
• Internet access
• Electricity not included
Things to do / Places to Visit nearby
Beaumaris Castle – Beaumaris Castle (Welsh: Castell Biwmares), in Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales, was built as part of Edward I’s campaign to conquer the north Wales after 1282.
Menai Bridge – Menai Bridge is a small town and community on the Isle of Anglesey in north-
Pili Palas – Family days out on Anglesey at Pili Palas can be a magical experience for all the family – whatever the weather! Small, hands-on zoo aimed at kids with meerkat, bug and butterfly enclosures, plus indoor play zone.
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“The lodge is a wonderful and peaceful place. It was bright and thoroughly clean. The kitchen was fully equipped with all the items you need to make a meal. The beds are very comfortable and you can heat the lodge using an app! When we arrived, the lodge was cosy and warm. Small details such as fresh bedding, wifi and a cute welcoming card made the trip all the pleasant. We had a lovely time and left fully refreshed. The lodge is close by to Snowdon and many great restaurants and pubs. Thank you for a wonderful stay.”
Ideal family accommodation
The interior photos don’t do this lodge justice – very spacious, very comfortable, lots of large windows and natural light, two ground floor decks and a first floor balcony all with seating, a really well equipped kitchen and plenty of space round the dining table for family meals. The woodstove is lovely if you have a cool or damp day, and if the weather is warm and fine, there is some terrific countryside to explore. Plenty of wet day activities too – Liverpool is a reasonably easy drive and the ferry from Holyhead makes a day out in Dublin manageable too. South Stack cliffs were a highlight – terrific café! This is one of several lodges in a park area, but each has enough grass around not to feel in any way cramped (also ample parking), and the lodges are placed so that you will not feel overlooked. In any event, the front of this lodge looks out over the entrance road (a little used route) to fields. We had a really comfortable and relaxed stay. The service from Coastal Holidays was also very good – information about the area sent on in advance (and loads more in the lodge, including walking maps, nice touch), plenty of detailed information about the lodge itself provided (including detailed instructions on the easiest way to light the stove!) and a message during our stay to ask about changing linen in the midst of our two week holiday. This lodge is a real treat, and so much larger than we expected!
For the 2nd time in 2 years, all 5 of us have had a fabulous time. Great place in a great location. Grandparents, parents and a teenager with plenty of room inside and out. Would love to visit again. Highly recommended. The C…Clan.
Nice spot. Clean, comfortable, really enjoyed our stay. Even the weather was good, we particularly
Had a lovely stay in this lovely lodge. Lovely and clean, nice big lawn for the kids and quiet area
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The lodge was so well equipped, comfortable and warm. The bedrooms were nicely decorated, and bathrooms well equipped. It was great that there were things to hand like bin bags, soap, and other household products and basic condiments. I couldn’t fault how well we were provided for in this cabin.
The location was excellent for exploring both Anglesey and the main land and an hour and a half drive away is Liverpool where we spent the day on Albert Docks and the cavern. A great day out and really easy to get to. November was a great time to go as the autumn colours were spectacular. It was lovely to return in the evening and light our log stove. The cabin was so well equipped with information from ordnance survey maps, to books on fauna and flora, games and CD’s (who went home with the Il divo one?!) The site was so quiet at times I think we were the only ones there which was lovely and added to a peaceful relaxing break.
Nice lodge, great location
Had a wonderful stay in this well equipped lodge, ate in most nights and there was everything you need for cooking. Great location for exploring Anglesey and Snowdonia. Local amenities a 5 min drive away.
Quiet and peaceful
Excellent accomodation with room for the kids to run around. Set in a quiet rural setting but only 6 mins away from a Tesco extra. Conveniently situated for all the best beaches on Anglesey. Would definately return !
21 Aug 2016
Absolutely loved this lodge in a great spot lovely and quiet.everything was catered for,including outside furniture for the patio and upstairs patio,surrounding area was beautiful views over the hills and mountains.will definitely be going back
10 Aug 2016
The standard of the lodge is high and it is very comfortable , spacious.and well furnished. Good location for exploring Anglesey and North Wales. Plenty of pubs and restaurants locally although a car is needed due to location. Will definitely return.
5 Jul 2016
couldn’t fault it
From the moment we booked Eirianfa to after we returned home, customer service was Excellent. We were travelling as 2 Families and stayed in 2 Lodges on the site. We were given loads of information before we set off, both from Coastal holidays (Agent) and the owner. We new the area before booking and we were only staying over the Bank holiday with the intension of walking up Snowdon (which we did) Plot was a good size. The kitchen was equipped with more than you needed, both with appliances and cutlery/pots etc. Seating in the lounge was comfortable. Beds were very comfortable. The Lodge had both a bath and shower so it suited us all. Storage for clothes in the bedroom was excellent. The site was very peaceful, all we heard was the birds when they woke up. We would definitely consider staying here again if in the area. Pub nearby which served excellent food.
13 Jun 2016
great place with loads of useful info provided
The lodge was lovely with everything you could need for a comfortable stay. We enjoyed a cosy night in making the most of the wood burning stove but also made the most of the surrounding area. You are a short drive from Snowdon and Menai bridge is just on your doorstep, although lack of pavements means its safer to take short taxi ride or take a car. The lodge was very well supplied with basic items such as condiments and cleaning products – bot something we have found with some other self catering accommodations. The owners were super organised and emailed lots of useful info plus money saving vouchers.
We were a group of 6 friends and there was plenty room for us to eat together in the kitchen/diner and also in the lounge. I would happily stay there again and can recommend it to others.
9 May 2016
Excellent holiday house
We had an excellent holiday in this house. It is well provided with all what are needed during the stay. The maintenance was also prompt and very helpful group in the Coastal Holidays office. Please make sure of the description for the direction to the property and the WiFi pass word was incorrect.
28 Aug 2015
We all really enjoyed our stay at Eirianfa. The log cabin was excellently equipped- we had everything to make it a real home from home. It was lovely sitting on the decking and enjoying the peace and quiet. Connection to the wifi, although at first was a little confusing as the guide booklet and instructions on the hub differed, was great and kept my son and husband happy… Kitchen appliances and equipment were all clean and in good working order.
The location was spot on- we saw some interesting places on Anglesey and also enjoyed trips to Caernafon and Llandudno.
We would happily recommend the log cabin and Anglesey as a holiday destination.
11 Jul 2015
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