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Pant y Corn

Nr Benllech & Moelfre, Anglesey

Self catering Red Wharf Bay near Benllech beach & Moelfre, Anglesey

Near: Benllech 2m, Moelfre 5m, Beaumaris 10m

  • Reference 971
  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets Welcome
Self catering holiday cottage Red Wharf Bay - sunny and secluded in its own grounds.
  • Self Catering Anglesey - this is a spacious, comfortable holiday cottage set in a secluded, sunny garden surrounded by its own fields and woodland which is alive with birdsong.
  • The combined sitting room/kitchen has an inglenook with multifuel stove, cosy and comfortable whatever the weather, and the bedrooms are spacious and restful.
  • The period style bathroom has a charming hip bath standing freely on lions feet.
  • The popular little seaside village of Benllech can provide you with all your basic self catering supplies including groceries, bank, post office and fuel. For more shopping try the bustling market town ofLlangefni 7 miles away.
  • Self catering summer short breaks are possible at Pant y Corn holiday cottage. Please phone for availability and price.
Anglesey North Wales
  • A timeless, tranquil area with lots of beautiful walks along narrow, tree lined lanes and at the bottom of the hill is the delightful ancient church of St Marys.
Llanddona Beach
  • A popular beach for families. Canoeing, fishing and sailing take place here. There is a ramp for launching boats. A cafe and toilets are close by. Please see beach signs for dog restrictions.
Benllech Seaside Village
  • Benllech has an excellent beach and both the Slipway Café and Sea View Restaurant serve fine food - and after a day on the beach or a walk along the Heritage Coastal Path melt in the mouth scones are a real tea time treat!
Moelfre fishing village close to self catering cottage Anglesey
  • Moelfre, a short drive away, is a charming fishing village perched precariously on the cliff tops overlooking a rocky bay with sandy beaches both to the north and south. Lligwy Burial Chamber and Lligwy village are a mile inland - the remains of a Romano British settlement with a spooky atmosphere!
Walk Anglesey Coastal Path
  • Anglesey has lots to offer - walk the newly opened Anglesey Coastal Path and discover hidden coves and beaches, play golf at one of 3 courses, visit the Sea Zoo at Brynsiencyn and explore elegant, fashionable Beaumaris with its medieval castle and good restaurants and interesting shops all within an easy drive of this tranquil Anglesey cottage for self catering.
Blue Flag Beach / Porth Eilian Bay near Amlwch
  • The beautiful clean safe waters at Porth Eilian beach near Amlwch deserves its Blue Flag status. The small sandy beach sits between the rocky headland of Point Lynas and the Porthyrychen inlet. Popular for sea kayaking, sailing and diving, it also has an abundance of wildlife - plenty for the spectator to enjoy!
Zealand Luxury Charter Boat, Anglesey
  • Take a leisurely boat trip from the west coast of Anglesey to watch an abundance of wildlife in an area of outstanding beauty
Greenwood Forest Park, Y Felinheli & Hooton's Farm Shop, Llanfair PG
  • The Greenwood Forest Park at Y Felinheli is an eco centre full of family adventures. Use your own energy to have fun. Moon Carts, Bouncing Pillow, Treetop Scramble and more.
  • Stock up on excellent home grown produce and pick your own at the Hooton's Farm Shop in Llanfair PG.
Bishops Gate Restaurant, Beaumaris & The Mill Trail
  • This Beaumaris eaterie has been awarded two AA rosettes. All meals are freshly prepared using local produce wherever possible including Welsh lamb, Welsh Black beef and fresh local sea food.
  • The Mill Trail is a half hour walk through the countryside from Howell Mill to Llynon Mill passing a modern wind farm on route. From one technological area to another.
Pili Palas Zoo, Menai Bridge
  • Be a zoo keeper for a day. Children will love helping to feed, clean, handle and muck out the animals. All helpers receive a certificate. Lunch and refreshments are included.
Blackpoint Lighthouse, Penmon & Llynnon Mill, Llandeusant
  • Make the lighthouse, built in 1838, a focus for a walk. In Welsh it is known as Trwyn Du.
  • Llynnon Mill is the only working windmill in Wales. It is known as theGranary of Walesdue to the large quantities of oats and barley once grown there. The mill now operates as a working agricultural museum. It produces stone ground wholemeal organic flour.
Penrhyn Castle, Llandegai National Trust
  • Do visit this fascinating fantasy castle built with the profits from Welsh slate and Jamaican sugar.
Lligwy Beach, 4 miles from Amlwch
  • The delightful sheltered and sandy Lligwy beach is popular for families with children and dogs. It's shallow shelving makes it ideal for little ones to paddle safely. There are lots of rock pools to explore and with a cafe/ beach shop, toilets and car park all your needs are catrered for. Ynys Dulas known locally as Seal Island lies just off shore. Lligwy is a perfect place to spot seals, dolphins and porpoise.
  • There is much to see and do near this self catering holiday cottage at Benllech on Anglesey. This area is finally recognised for the quality of the scenery and wildlife along the 124 mile long distance footpath almost entirely within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5. 1 double ensuite with rolltop bath, hand held shower, toilet and washbasin, 1 double with single bed. No cot.

Shower Room with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.

Towels provided

Sitting Room/Kitchen inglenook with multifuel stove, 2 x 2 seater leather sofas, tv/dvd (Freeview), well appointed kitchen with pine units, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, washing machine, dining table with 2 benches.

Veranda with cane table and 2 chairs, lovely garden views.

Fuel oil central heating inclusive May - September, £25 per week outside these dates.

Grounds enclosed with patio, lawns, garden furniture and barbecue.

Ample parking

Welcome FREE 1 dog, 1 additional dog at £25

No smoking indoors please



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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes