2 Bedroom (Sleeps 4) Cottage in Anglesey

Cwch Gwenyn (The Beehive)
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Owner: Sian and Steve Baker
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  • Property Type: Cottage
  • Location: Anglesey
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum nights stay: 2
  • Low season price per week: £300
  • Property Rating: 5/5 Average Rating (3 Reviews)
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Recently renovated to a very high standard, this gorgeous cottage with its exposed stone, open beams and under-floor heating is a stunning holiday let for four people.
While the traditional character of the farm outbuilding has been retained, Cwch Gwenyn enjoys every modern comfort.
The kitchen/diner has an electric oven and hob, washing machine, fridge with icebox compartment, microwave, kettle, toaster and spacious larder, dining table and four chairs. The large sitting room boasts a comfortable sofa, wood burning stove and a smart TV.
The downstairs bedroom has a double bed and an en-suite with shower, lavatory and hand basin.
The stunning upstairs bedroom has a double bed, free standing bath and en suite lavatory with hand basin and heated towel rail.
There is ample parking on site. A fire pit is provided for your comfort and enjoyment.
‘Sandy Beach’ is a five-minute drive away. Church Bay, Treaddur Bay and South Stack are just a few of the many destinations within easy reach.
A convenience store and a pub serving food are situated in Llanfachraeth, a two minute drive away. Five minutes further away at the ‘Valley’ crossroads you will fish and chips, more shops, pubs and restaurants.
Cwch Gwenyn is a perfect base for walkers, bird watchers, and all lovers of the countryside to explore Anglesey.


3 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

A superb blend of modern, traditional and quirky features to appeal to everyone.

By David John Barrett on 29-Aug-2020

Highly recommend this beautiful cottage we stayed in for a week. This property has been lovingly restored, creating a superb blend of modern, traditional and quirky features to appeal to everyone. There is an abundance of open stone, oak beams and lavish furnishings to create a great atmosphere to really relax and unwind in. It is in a nice secluded setting, private patio next to fields with sheep, perfect for outdoor dining. The hosts, Steve and Sian, are a lovely couple, very friendly and accommodating with a lot of local info. Our only disappointment was the weather, but there are plenty of walks, beaches and places to eat and visit nearby. Our favourite days out were Newborough (beach and forest), South Stacks nature reserve and the dramatic steps to the lighthouse and Beaumaris town and castle. We have no doubt we will return in the future.

5 of of 5

Sian and Steve are great hosts and we look forward to returning soon.

By Jan Wallis on 23-Aug-2020

We had a wonderful week in this delightful and extremely comfortable cottage. Anglesey has an abundance of great beaches and walks with easy access to Snowdonia. We also enjoyed paddle boarding on the Menai Straight, kayaking at Llanberis and golf in Holyhead. Sian and Steve are great hosts and we look forward to returning soon.

5 of of 5

You will not be disappointed. A perfect place to relax and unwind.

By Karen Tonge on 01-Aug-2020

Spent 4 days at this wonderful cottage and can't recommend highly enough. Everything you could possibly need is here. We especially loved the indoor and outdoor fires - a true delight. The cottage is situated down a small track in a beautiful location. There is a small shop nearby. The interior has been furnished to high standards and is equipped with everything you will need and more. Spotlessly clean and quaint and cozy - we couldn't have asked for more. The furnishings are a combination of new and old including lots of quirky pieces that have been in the family for generations..So much thought and care has been invested into this true 'home from home'. The owners have worked tirelessly to restore this beautiful building and it has clearly been a labour of love. You will not be disappointed. A perfect place to relax and unwind. We enjoyed days out to Newborough Forest (the walk out to Llanddwyn Island is a must), and to the beaches at Red Wharf Bay, Traeth Ligwy, Cemlyn Bay, Cemaes Bay and Porth Dafarch (the walk along the coastal path is breath-taking). I will definitely be returning here and I wish the owners all the luck with their new venture. Such a special place with the most welcoming and humble of owners. My only wish is that I could have stayed longer.

5 of of 5



Pantry Items
Wood stove
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Living Room
Ironing Board


Away from it all
Farm holidays
Sports activities
Tourist attractions