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The Lodge

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Property Highlights:

A private gate onto Princes Golf Course leads from this Victorian lodge on Anglesey. Pets welcome. Near Benllech, Lligwy and Llanddona beaches.

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Price reduction of £40 for 3 to 4 guests.

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Guest Book Comments

Lovely house set in what must be one of the most scenic locations on Ynys Mon. Lovely garden and view of Princes Course. There are plenty of walks (see the book �Walks in Anglesey�) and the first one in the book passes the house! There are a few N.T. places to visit and it may be better to join as a member.

Mr & Mrs Stone - 21-Jul-201
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We have had a very relaxing and restful holiday in perfect surroundings having seen a great deal more of the Lodge than the locality. Why? The weather which has been very unkind. We thoroughly recommend the Lodge as a holiday home and wish we could take the grounds home with us.

Farrow Family - 28-Jul-201
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Enjoyed our stay here. The cottage is interesting with different themes in each room. The mountains across the Straits are ever changing. The garden is a joy and as keen gardeners we've dabbled a bit. Our dog Barney is in dog heaven as he's found enough sticks to keep a fire going for a week. No waste food the birds devour everything. The local shop is a blessing with very friendly staff. Thank you Betty for the way you keep it perfect.

Marilyn, Richard & Barney - 9-May-2015
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Really enjoyed our week here. This is a great cottage. We especially enjoyed having our evening meals in the conservatory with the wonderful views over the golf course and the mountains. The dogs really enjoyed the gardens and the great beach walks around the island. Beaumaris Castle was a great visit and we recommend the Neptune Restaurant for fish and chips in the village.

The Lane Family - 11-Apr-201
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

An excellent place to stay and great for dogs too. This cottage is a wonderful find. It is spotless and everything is of high quality. The garden is magnificent and the views of the golf course with a backcloth of the mountains is breath taking.The shower room is small but very usable and the kitchen and main bathroom are modern and tasteful. The dogs loved the rabbits and the birds and we loved the apple trees. EVERYTHING was there, even 2 cheese graters! One of the best cottages I have found in over 30 years of rental.

Guest - 12 Oct 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Had an amazing week here at the Lodge. Wonderful weather all week and some days the peace of the gardens as well as their beauty made it impossible to leave them. The cottage itself is lovely and cosy though little used this week as we have cooked, eaten, read and played outside. Goes high on our list of places to stay for an Anglesey break.

Sally, Pete & Tess the dog - 14-Jun-201
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Great week, very lucky with the weather. Our cocker spaniel loved the garden, apples and rabbits -heaven. Can recommend a bike ride to Penmon with great views of Puffin Island and a fab little café. Also discovered a great little pub in Llandonna which served pub food with friendly service. The golf at Henllys couldn't be better - what a view down the 8th! Don't miss the ice creams at the Red Boat in Beaumaris. Newborough Forest and beach are incredible.

The Nicholson Family - 9-Aug-2014
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We have had a lovely holiday this April and the weather has been superb with the sun shining 6 out of 7 days. The cottage is very welcoming and well equipped and the gardens a joy. Thank you, we hope to be able to come again.

Liz & Peter - 18-Apr-201
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Overall a fair price for peak season

A trusted customer - 21st August 2018

The place was extremely grubby and uncared for. We have since learnt that the owners are planning to re-develop it, so it seems really clear that they were just running things down, not replacing worn or tired items and saving money on cleaners - we were unlucky to be some of their last holiday-makers. Absolutely not up to standard - disgraceful.

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A trusted customer - 16th August 2018

Pleased with the accomodation although we reported a continually dripping tap and was told that the owner could not be contacted. We had to ask for more tea towels as there was only one supplied, and we were given just one more. We also had to ask for oven gloves which were also supplied the next day. We queried the fact that we only had 2 partial toilet rolls and were told that we had to supply our own toilet rolls, which has never happened to us before. We were actually given another two rolls the next day. Apart from those things and trying to work out the best way to get hot water for showers we had a most enjoyable stay in a very nice cottage and location.

Alan Wilson - 9th July 2018

The grounds and garden are beautiful as is the location. As we had dogs we stayed in and cooked every night. The cooker is awful takes ages to heat up the oven and the top rings are no better. Beds were ok but we kept rolling into each other as seemed to dip in middle. No clear instructions about recycling but a huge note telling us to put the bins out, which we did but obviously the wrong one as it wasn't collected. Unusually with quality cottages no welcome pack, I know this is optional but every other time we have stayed we have had one.

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Helen Knight - 16th June 2018

The cottage was lovely,views across to the mountains second to none,the garden was very well kept and great to exercise the dogs. Only 1 small gripe the hot water to the kitchen sink could have been hotter.very hit and miss.

A trusted customer - 2nd June 2018

Property not worth the money. 1)Ensuite shower room is more like cupboard than a room and has no external ventilation thus not meeting building regulations. 2)Main bathroom unhygienic as external surfaces of toilet bowl looked like they had not been cleaned for quite some time. Thick dust on radiator towel-rail and cobwebs in most corners. 3)Bath/Shower mat discussing as had mould growing on it. 4)Kitchen contained a washing machine only, not a washer dryer as stated, perhaps they call the short washing line above the dog kennel a dryer. 5)No oven gloves to be found in kitchen. 6)Hob has seen better days as very difficult to keep things on the boil. 7)There is a 2-piece suite, not a 3-piece, which is not the most comfortable. 8)The heating system needed constant adjustment as set too low for comfort in the cooler evenings. 9)On arrival the place smelt musty and damp and took several days of venting to rid it of this, would benefit from a few air fresheners put around. 10)Strange that the place is 6 berth but only has seating for 4/5 in the lounge and 4 in the conservatory. 11)No Yamaha electric piano organ to be found as stated in the description. 12)Access via 5 long steps is misleading as there are more like 8, of which the first is quite high, access via the alternative route is easier though. 13)Whole place could do with a deep clean as dust and cobwebs in many corners including conservatory. 14)Access information is inaccurate, the disabled parking is not reserved and does not give unrestricted access to the property. The paths are far from level.

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A trusted customer - 26th May 2018

Homely with an excellent garden and wonderful view. However, a little bit of make do and mend.

Thomas Brewis - 5th May 2018

Excellent location,extremely well equipped cottage.Beautiful garden and lovely view over the golf course.

S Barton - 22nd April 2018

This property is outstanding. It's is set in some truly amazing grounds which do make it feel very secluded. We were lucky with the weather and managed a few BBQs on the facilities provided. I can not rate this property enough and would return in a heart beat.

Gareth Hardman - 1st February 2018

I’ve marked the cottage down because it needed a thorough clean in places and some of the fixtures and fittings were of poor standard, for example the kitchen was dark because the outside awning was broken and hanging partly down over the windows - it also blocked the view of the garden. We left it a lot cleaner than we found it! The was also a very unsuitable, damp area and kennel for a dog which would not have been a good place to leave an animal. It could be a lovely property with the grounds and the views but more work is needed to bring it up to the standard that matches the weekly price ... a shame and disappointing.

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A trusted customer - 31st January 2018
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Property Description

Pet-Friendly Victorian lodge with large garden and private access onto Princes Golf Course, Anglesey

  • Victorian Lodge set in an acre of mature landscaped gardens, shrubs, trees and gently sloping lawns, ideal for children.

  • The Lodge is situated near the Anglesey beaches of Benllech, Lligwy and Llanddona.

  • The sitting room with inglenook opens into a conservatory with fine views across the golf course and Menai Straits towards Snowdonia.

  • Recommended by The Daily Post 19th Feb 2016 as a unique and unusual North Wales holidays cottage.

  • A private gate from the pet-friendly cottage garden opens directly onto the superb Princes 18 hole course of Henllys Hall Golf Club - concessionary rates for visitors.

  • Golfers can hire a 2 person buggy and bring it directly to the cottage gate to load golf clubs!

  • CROLF (croquet/golf) course in the garden for all the family to enjoy.




About the Area
Beaumaris Anglesey
  • Beaumaris is a beautiful old town with its 13th century castle, ramble of shops and museums, excellent tea houses and restaurants. Two bridges across the Menai Strait take you into the Snowdonia National Park.
Llanddona Beach
  • Set against a lush green backdrop is a bit of an adventure to get to but its natural, long and spacious haven is ideal for family fun, a dip in the sea, windsurfing, kite-surfing and quality sea-fishing.
Llanddona Riding School & Welsh Castles
  • Gallop the wild and beautiful beaches of Llanddona from a local riding stable or walk the hills of Snowdonia, half an hours drive away from this Beaumaris cottage.
  • No fewer than five magnificent castles are within easy driving distance of the property, Beaumaris, Harlech, Caernarfon, Criccieth and Penrhyn
Starider Cruises from Beaumaris Pier
  • A pleasure trip with Starider Cruises based at Beaumaris Pier reveals the wonderful scenic coastline and varied wildlife of the Menai Strait. Try your hand at fishing with an award winning skipper to help you.
Tree Top Adventures, Rhyd y Creuau
  • Do you have a head for heights? Try a high level adventurous journey through the trees whilst negotiating obstacles.
  • This cottage for holidays Beaumaris, is ideally situated and has a large garden onto a private golf course
Trefriw Woollen Mill
  • Do visit this 180 year old working woollen mill museum. Browse through the traditional Welsh bedspreads, tweeds, travelling rugs, cushions, dinner sets, shoulder bags and purses still produced and enjoy a cup of tea in the tea room.
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
  • A convivial meeting place in Beaumaris for 500 years, enjoy a drink in the Inn and a mouth watering meal in the Brasserie or Loft Restaurant.
Walk up Bodafan Mountain
  • Geographically a hill but Bodafan is the highest point on Anglesey. Fit walkers will enjoy a trek up to Yr Arwydd (The Signal) with a small lake, a reservoir, 3 springs and an iron age earth works to explore. The views and wildlife are impressive.
Red Wharf Bay, Benllech Beach & Lligwy Beach
  • Lovely Red Wharf Bay has been winner of a seaside award since 2004. The massive expanse of sand (10 sq miles at low tide) with a profusion of wildlife is a wonderful place to walk.
  • Benllech has been winner of the European Blue Flag award since 2004
  • Lligwy has been winner of a seaside award since 2006
Pili Palas, Menai Bridge
  • Children will love to become zoo keepers for a day. They can help clean, feed, handle and muck out animals and receive a certificate to take home. A truly memorable experience.
Green Forest Park, Y Felinheli
  • An eco centre for the whole family. Use your own energy to have fun. Moon Carts, Bouncy Pillows, Treetop Scramble and more.
Days away
  • Thrilling adventure activities and enthralling attractions of the Snowdonia National Park are within easy reach. Take a steam train ride up to the summit of Snowdon. Try Zip World challenges on the Zip Wire, in the Tree Top Trampolines and at Bounce Below. The Italianate village of Portmeirion is well worth a visit as is Bodnant Garden (NT), Caernarfon castle, Conwy castle and Bodnant Food.
Enjoy fulfilling year round Anglesey holidays in this charming family and dog friendly Victorian lodge.
Interior

3 Bedrooms sleeping 6, 1 Double with small ensuite shower room (small shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin), 1 Double and 1 Twin all on ground floor.

Bathroom with full suite and shower over bath, washbasin and toilet.

Kitchen fitted with integrated appliances, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washer, fridge and freezer. Table and chairs seating 8. Lovely views of garden.

Lounge inglenook fireplace with electric wood burning style stove. 2 piece suite, HD ready digital TV with 'catch up' & recording, DVD and Hifi stereo system. Double glazed throughout.

Patio doors leading to:

Conservatory with cane table and chairs (ideal for dining). Fine views of golf course. 

Grounds one acre of lawns and mature trees with benches. Ideal for children. Patio area with table and chairs, retractable sun awning. Croquet, golf, boules and table tennis equipment provided.

Access This cottage is accessed via several long steps. Alternative access is available for guests with mobility issues. Please call the office for details.

 

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Gas central heating and electricity inclusive

Dogs - 2 welcome free

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - No

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FROM £579 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £831
Number of Adults
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1 Adult
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Dogs

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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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