Llwyn CollenLlanddona, Anglesey
- Pets Welcome
- Saturday Changeover
- Wi-Fi / Internet Access
- Ground Floor Bedroom
About this listing
An Annexe with an open plan sitting room with a modern fitted kitchen area. At Llwyn Collen you’re only a short car drive from Llanddona beach, a long sandy beach located at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay, a great beach for paddling, bathing, beach combing and walking!
The kitchen contains an electric cooker with 4 hobs, a fridge, microwave and toaster.
The cosy lounge has two comfy armchair recliners, four chairs, a 32in LCD TV with Freeview, VHS player and a DVD player. There is a wide variety of DVDs kept in the ottoman in the bedroom. A selection of books and games is also available on the book shelf. A wooden dining table complete with two matching chairs is an added bonus to this lounge.
The spacious bedroom has a double bed, a bed side cabinet, two chests of drawers, an ottoman and two large built in wardrobes.
The bathroom contains a walk in shower unit, a toilet and a hand wash basin.
The lounge has a 32in LCD TV with Freeview, VHS player and a DVD player. There is a wide selection of DVDs kept in the ottoman in the bedroom. Books and games are stored on the bookshelf in the lounge. Internet access is available.
There is private parking at the side of the property. There are two decking chairs in the garden. A perfect place to relax after the day spent at the beach.
• Central heating throughout
• Ground floor bedroom and bathroom
• Due to the size of the property two small dogs no bigger than a Jack Russell, or one large dog no bigger than a Spinger Spaniel will be accepted.
1 small dog or 1 medium size dog – £10 per dog
• Bed Linen provided
• Please bring your own towels
• Private parking
• Internet access
Distance from beach
10 minutes by car
Things to do / Places to Visit nearby
Llanddona Beach is a long sandy beach that forms the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay.
Puffin Island – Puffin Island is an uninhabited island off the eastern tip of Anglesey. 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. Section 6: Pentraeth to Beaumaris
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. Nice place to take some photos or just relax and watch the sea!
Lleiniog Beach – Long sandy and rocky rural beach on the shore of the Menai Straits near 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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- Guests: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Beds: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Type: Anglesey Cottages / Annexe
- Property Reference: CH033
- Walking distance to beach: 45 min
- Walking distance to shop: 45 min
- Walking distance to pub: 20 min
- Driving distance to shop: 5 min
- Driving distance to supermarket: 15 min
- Driving distance to pub: 5 min
- Driving distance to beach: 10 min
- Driving distance to nearest town: 15 min
- Double Bedroom
- 2 Guests
Terms & rules
- Smoking allowed: No
- Pets allowed: Yes
- Party allowed: No
- Children allowed: Yes
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The cottage is situated in a quiet peaceful village. The cottage is very homely and comfortable . It had been thoroughly cleaned.
The owners, who live in the cottage next door, were most helpful to us. There is a little garden where you can sit outside. We found it quite idyllic.
I am happy for you to say about myself the reviewer: Steven from South Wales
What a beautiful place to stay! The annexe was kitted out with everything you could possibly need for a self catering break. Lovely, warm and cosy feel to the place. Excellent information about the local area in the porch way with leaflets, restaurant and take away menus etc and the owners couldn’t have been more friendly and helpful. They even printed off vouchers for us for money off a local restaurant. Nothing was too much trouble. The annexe is in a great location, only a few miles from Beaumaris. Lovely countryside location and only a few minutes drive to some fabulous beaches. The accommodation was spotlessly clean, a lovely spacious bedroom and en-suite shower room. Comfortable reclining chairs and a lovely little kitchenette. Great & extensive selection of DVDs to watch if you get a rainy day / evening! Would highly recommend and I will definitely be back!
A really nice, clean and tidy cottage located in the village of Llandona only 10 minutes from Beaumaris. Everything you need for a great holiday with lots of information available about visiting the island. The owners David and Teresa who live next door are very helpful and friendly. A pub in the village serves great food and is only a 5min. walk away. Would recommend this cottage.
Theresa and David were very welcoming and most helpful and gave us lots of information about places to visit. They have an extensive library of information available about Anglesey, including videos. These provided excellent reading and would be very good to study on wet days. We were lucky and had a dry and mainly sunny week. The quiet accommodation had all we needed for a most enjoyable stay.
“The cottage was very homely, and comfortable, the arm chairs,were very nice as we could lift our feet up.re handle on side of seat.To watch the television.
It was nice and quiet and the view from the window was very pretty.It really was a lovely old cottage with lot’s of assorted kitchen items in the cupboards all thought about well.And alot of interesting books etc of places to visit.
The owners were very friendly and kind.
We really did have a lovely time.”