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Sleep Tight - Details

Anglesey Cottages

Holiday cottage rental

Cae Bach, Llynfaes
Llynfaes
Tyn Lon
Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey
LL653BJ

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Anglesey Cottages

The Barn at Cae Bach featuring Sunrise and Sunset Cottage
Dating back to 1829, Cae Bach is a typical smallholding and sits in the middle of over 30 acres of stunning farmland on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.

Close to the centre of the island, exploring everything that Anglesey has to offer is a breeze; most points of interest on the island are within a 20 minute drive whilst, with easy access to the A55, Bangor and Caernarfon are 30 minutes away.

The barn has been completely renovated and converted into two high quality cottages, Sunrise Cottage and Sunset Cottage; both sleep 4 adults, fully fitted kitchen, dining area, lounge and shower room. They are fully heated by state of the art eco-friendly ground sourced heating systems. The Cottages both have free WiFi connected to superfast BT Fibre broadband internet access and an HD smart television with Blu-Ray.

Shared between the cottages is a private garden to the rear as well as access to a field of over 2 acres, meaning that there is plenty of space for everyone.

Coming soon…

Castell & The Annex are due to be ready by August 2021

The annex will be ready earlier but until we have near enough completed works we will not release the calendars for reservations. Provisional reservations for August have already been made as we are confident both properties will be read for guests. No deposits will be requested until such time we are approaching completion.

The original building ‘Castell’ appears to be have built in the early 1800’s and is a typical stone cottage. In the 1980’s we believe, a brick built extension was added to provide two additional rooms and a bathroom.A further extension was added in the 1990’s to create an additional self contained ‘granny flat’.