You can unwind at Dyfnia Bach Cottage

Dyfnia Bach is located in a rural and peaceful area, it’s ideal for holiday-makers looking to relax and unwind. This superb 19th century stone cottage makes a romantic hideaway or a practical base for exploring North Wales and the coastal walks of Anglesey. The cottage was bought by my husband’s family in 1912 from the Marquis of Anglesey. When Llew inherited it in the late 1980’s he set about renovating it, a lot of TLC went into this!

Image gallery for outside views.

Image gallery for inside views.

There are two ground floor bedrooms at the cottage, one double (three steps up to this one) and one twin. There is a crog loft /crow’s nest which has been converted into a bedroom, it has two Z-beds ideal for children five years and over.

The cottage has a cosy and comfy sitting room with a log burner plus oil-fired central heating for those cold winter nights. There is also a television and DVD player, a radio with a CD player. There is now an unlimited Wi-Fi connection. There is a well-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave, large fridge and washing machine. In the garage there is a freezer and tumble drier. The family bathroom has a walk in shower, toilet and wash hand basin.

Dyfnia Bach has everything you could need for a self catering break of any length.

Newsflash, the cottage now has free unlimited Wi-Fi

There is a large enclosed garden, with a picnic table plus a barbecue. On a Summer’s evening you can walk to the top of the garden sit on the bench with your glass of wine, and listen to the birds. In the distance you will be able to see the 28m column of the Marquis of Anglesey and beyond that the mountains of Eryri.

Dyfnia Bach is available all the year round. Weekend breaks can be arranged. Well behaved dogs are always welcome.

The cottage viewed from the upper garden with distant views of the countryside.

The cottage is within striking distance of the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, it runs over 200km (125miles) through some of the grandest coastal scenery in Wales. This magnificent coastline, much of which, is designated as one of Wales’ five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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