Tan Y Bryn (Sleeps 2)Llangoed, Anglesey
- Pets Welcome
- Saturday Changeover
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Private Parking
- Close to the beach
- Open fire / log burner
- Coastal Sea View Collection
About this listing
Tan y Bryn has been recently renovated to the highest standard with all modern conveniences. It has three bedrooms and sleeps two comfortably, plus a double bed settee in the master bedroom if required. It is located on the Penmon corner of the island down its own track in a quiet and peaceful area close to the coast.
The property has fantastic views from the living room over the sea to Puffin Island, Penmon Bay and the mountains of Snowdonia. On a clear day it is possible to see the Isle of Man out across the open sea.
The cottage is “upside down” and is entered on the first floor from the parking area. The recently refurbished light airy kitchen includes an electric cooker, a freestanding fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, washing machine and dishwasher, so you can spend more time relaxing and less time doing the dishes! Wide panoramic windows provide an extensive view of the bay from the dining table which provides seating for six.
The comfortable lounge has two 3-seater sofas, an arm chair, coffee table, 32in LCD TV with built in Freeview, DVD player and a CD player. There is an attractive fireplace with elegant fire surround and a log burning stove. The lounge also has a Juliet balcony which shows off the glorious views over the surrounding countryside and sea views.
The first floor double bedroom has a double bed, a set of drawers, wardrobe and wall mounted 27in LCD TV with built in Freeview and a DVD player. A sofa bed is also available in this bedroom.
The first floor family bathroom contains a full-size bath, a separate shower unit, a toilet, hand wash basin and heated towel rail.
There is a 32in LCD TV with built in DVD player, Freeview and CD player in the lounge, a 27in LCD TV with built in Freeview and DVD player in bedroom 3, a 32in LCD TV with built in Freeview and DVD player in bedroom 1 and a 27in LCD TV with built in Freeview in bedroom 2.
Out by the front door of the property there is a gravel patio area with a picnic table and two garden chairs.
At the rear of the property accessed by steps is a paved patio area with a picnic table and garden chairs. A few steps down from the patio is a large lawned garden, a great space for the children and dog to let off steam!
There is plenty of parking spaces for Tan Y Bryn.
• Electric Central Heating
• Log burner – 1 basket full of logs provided
• Ground floor bedroom
• Pet friendly – maximum of 1 dog (£30)
• Towels and linen provided
• Private parking
• Wonderful countryside and sea views
Distance from beach
10 minutes by car
Security Deposit – Tan Y Bryn requires a £50 security deposit.
On behalf of the homeowner we reserve the right to charge guests the cost of rectifying damage, caused by the accidental, deliberate, negligent or reckless act of the guest to the property or structure. This will be done by Pre-authorising a credit card. A Pre-authorisation is a temporary hold of a specific amount of the available balance on a credit card. The Pre-authorisation is not a charge and no funds will be debited from your account.
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!
- Guests: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Beds: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Type: House
- Property Reference: CH183
- Walking distance to beach: 60 min
- Walking distance to shop: 60 min
- Walking distance to pub: 60 min
- Driving distance to shop: 5 min
- Driving distance to supermarket: 15 min
- Driving distance to pub: 10 min
- Driving distance to beach: 5 min
- Driving distance to nearest town: 15 min
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- 2 Guests
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Terms & rules
- Smoking allowed: No
- Pets allowed: Yes
- Party allowed: No
- Children allowed: Yes
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All I would say there was no hair dryer which is understandable because of covid and there was no milk for a cup of tea after a long journey. We think it would have been better had we had known and we could have brought our own. milk was not a big problem but there hair dryer was.
Also there was no remote control for the bedroom TV
Our 1st booking through Coastal Holidays for a week on Anglesey. The company had numerous print-outs to give all the information in advance to make good use our time – Walks to do nearby and in different areas, special places for children and cost, places to visit and eat. Tan Y Bryn house was even better than the outline inventory on booking and the online info. A superb house with everything you need to be quiet, The Passant Familywarm, safe and secure and well fed! loads of info. in the house and games for all the family, not to mention several tv’s.Beautifully kept, comfy beds, lots of towels and everything you need in the kitchen including a washing machine, fridge and freezer.We are a bit fussy! but Tan Y Bryn and Coastal Holidays were absolutely superb, can’t recommend them and the house highly enough.The Passant Family
We stayed with friends, another retired couple, in March 2017 for just 3 nights; it rained, but we’re not letting that influence our review. The house is entered at ground level with 2 of the bedrooms downstairs; one twin and a double which has an en-suite shower room (the downstairs footprint is only half the size of the upstairs, being built on a slope). The third, largest bedroom is upstairs has a double bed as well as a sofa bed and is on the same, higher level as the open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area. The lounge area has lovely sea views on two sides, so on a clear day (when the rain eased off in our case) there are views from Snowdonia on the right to the Great Orme and most of the North Wales coastline in the middle and the the more local coastline on the left. The house is very well equipped and the only real criticism we had was that there had been no attempt to warm the place up prior to our arrival. It didn’t feel damp – the heating is all electric and although the upstairs soon warmed through, it took quite a while for the downstairs bedroom to get up to temperature. We were probably some of the first guests to arrive in 2017, so it maybe hadn’t been warmed up since winter – a silly time to come really – as evidenced by the rain ! It is accessed by quite narrow roads and is not close to anything much except the Anglesey coastal path which almost goes through the bottom of the garden and is easily accessed from the house. We walked down it to the Penmon lighthouse one (less rainy) day and took shelter at the Pilot House cafe for coffee before walking back via Penmon Priory. The nearest pub/restaurant is the very friendly Owain Glyndwr in Llandona which we drove to every night for dinner, being dog-friendly for our terrier and our our friend’s Labrador. Short of driving back to (and/or through) Beaumaris, there wasn’t a lot of choice for eating out, but we were very happy to go back to the Owain Glyndwr anyway. We had a lovely stay at Tan Y Bryn and we may well return one day – when the weather is likely to be better !
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