Fort Belan – Newborough
Caernarfon, Snowdonia / Lleyn
Fort Belan is a stunning 18th century fort on the coast of Caernarfon Bay. Newborough House is a Georgian house with tremendous character. Pets welcome. Close to beach.
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Fort Belan Newborough House, ideal large group accommodation, pets welcome. Sleeping six, this Georgian House has tremendous character.
Looking for a venue for a group get together, then look no further, Fort Belan’s beach front location is perfect.
The fortress by the sea comprises six cottages in a Historic Fort. Stylish and comfortable accommodation for up to 45 people, an excellent place for families and groups. Open all year around. Registered for weddings and civil ceremonies
The small sitting room maintains its original charm and the William Morris wallpaper adds to its appeal. In addition to the settee and arm chairs there are window seats, coffee tables and a handsome fireplace with decorative niches on either side.
The kitchen is colourful and has a high ceiling. Hand painted crockery decorates the old pine dresser and a duck egg blue oil fired Aga is available for use in addition to the electric cooker. This kitchen-dining room has a central farmhouse-style table and chairs beneath an old oil lamp which has been adapted for modern use.
The bathroom, again decorated in William Morris style, has a toilet and huge roll topped and claw footed bath. The shower above the bath dates from the 1920s and still works effectively!
There is a second separate toilet in an adjacent room.
The entrance hall is painted a warm shade of yellow and the coat of arms of the Newborough family can be seen on the wall. Stairs lead to the balcony above.
To the left of the upstairs landing are two twin-bedded rooms with a connecting door. The first of these rooms has a wash-basin. The ceilings of both rooms slope down and are very low on one side. From both rooms can be seen a beautiful view of sand dunes and sea and over to the Isle of Anglesey and the distant lighthouse on Llanddwyn island.
On the opposite side of the landing there is an attractive double bedroom which has a wash-basin and old fashioned bedroom fireplace. This is a restful room, overlooking the peaceful courtyard garden and with a gentle decor of cream wallpaper and green willow pattern soft furnishings.
The Blue Flag Awarded beach is close by at Dinas Dinlle
- Linen Supplement – @ £5.00 per person Please note that towels and tea towels are not provided.
- Fuel Supplement – Coal – £7.50/ sack. Purchase on departure
- Dogs (each) – £14.00 per weekend, £22.00 per Week (maximum 2 dogs)
- Electricity is payable by coin meter.
- Short breaks during school holidays available from 3 weeks before arrival date
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All the best for Fort Belan
We stayed in a cottage in Fort Belan for a week with a family of 4 (58, 54, 20 and 15 years old). We are campers but our experience with the weather in Wales made us book a cottage for our stay. It served our purpose very well. The surroundings were magnificent. The fort is made into cottages in a very nice way, with a good eye for detail. The housekeeper and the manager were available if you wanted to ask something and easy to talk to. We could see the struggle to keep everything in order. You could see the age of the place coming through. We think it’s a big adventure and a lot of work to keep everything in the right order.But we wish you every bit of succes because the Fort and the surroundings are worth it
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