Tirionfa Near Menai Bridge, Anglesey.

£410 - £885 per week

Why We Reccommend Tirionfa

Anglesey holiday apartment, central location, stylishly furnished with enclosed garden and views of fields, woodlands and the Snowdon Massif.


Stylish Anglesey holiday apartment, sleeps 4, in a great location for exploring all that Anglesey has to offer

  • A delightful ground floor apartment with WiFi and an enclosed garden set in a new wing of an imposing Edwardian manor house, far from the main road and surrounded by well-tended fields and woodlands with views of the Snowdon Massif in the background.
  • A stylish apartment that is ideal for families with a safe enclosed lawn garden for children to play in and a lovely selection of toys, children's books and DVD's to keep little ones entertained. 
  • The high level of comfort be appreciated by couples or families who want an 'away from it all' environment of peace and quiet.
  • Its central location means that restaurants, boat trips, beaches, coastal paths and small towns are short drives away.
  • The apartment oozes quality and style throughout with bespoke sofa and chairs injecting splashes of colour in the L shaped living room.
  • There are two distinctive bedrooms, both are stylishly colour coordinated. The kingsize main bedroom has an adjoining walk in wardrobe and the twin bedroom has comfortable beds suitable for adults or children. Both bedrooms benefit from blackout blinds.


Menai Bridge

  • Menai Bridge has a number of very good restaurants including Dylan's, Sosban and The Old Butchers, The Straits, Bocca Italian Pizzeria, The Four Crosses, Harri's Portugese Kitchen,The Bridge Inn and more. 
  • Food shopping in Menai Bridge, 6 miles from the apartment, is excellent. The high class supermarket Waitrose and quality delicatessen Stafford House are in the Main Street.
More places to eat out near Tirionfa
  • Highly recommended are The White Eagle near Rhoscolyn (a favourite of Wills & Kate when he was stationed at the RAF Valley airbase) and The Oystercatchers at Rhosneigr. Both are owned by the same company - the philanthropic owners offer unemployed young people on the Island a chance to become accomplished cooks. This venture has become a great success as the restaurants prove.
  • Ye Olde Bull's Head in Beaumaris is one of the oldest hostelries on the Island and has an excellent brasserie for lunch and dinner with a stylish loft restaurant that is open at night (booking advisable) These are just a flavour of the many excellent eateries around the Island.
Rib Ride Boat Tours
  • Experience a thrilling Bear Grylls adventure boat trip. Explore the beautiful natural history of the Menai Strait and Anglesey coast on one of the following:  Bridges and Swellies, Puffins and Seals, Castles and Islands or an Around Anglesey Adventure.
Family Fun
  • Enjoy a variety of quality family attractions on Anglesey including award winning Anglesey Sea Zoo at Brynsiencyn, the Bridges Exhibition at Meani Bridge, Copper Kingdom at Amlwch, The Old Court House Museum, Gaol Museum, Castle and Paddling Pool at Beaumaris, Holyhead Maritime Museum, South Stack RSPB, Llanddwyn Island once home to Wales' patron saint of lovers, Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens N.T. at Llanfairpwll, Llynon Working Windmill at Llanddeusant and Breakwater Country Park at Holyhead.

    Llanddwyn Island and Newborough Beach and Nature Reserve

    • Wild, windswept and atmospheric - there are miles of pristine sands from Llanddwyn Island to the southern tip of Anglesey. This is one of the finest stretches of beach in Britain with dramatic mountain views, clean clear waters, woods and mythology. Llanddwyn Island is a magical place at just 1km long. It is a 20 minute walk up the beach from the new car park and is inaccessible at high tide. Stop to admire the beautifully carved pine gates. The Newborough Warren Nature reserve is a birdwatchers paradise with hides hidden in woodlands often close to tiny lakes. Look out for the red squirrel which thrive on the island.
    Anglesey Coastal Path and Circular Walks
    • The path is 125 miles circling the whole island with captivating coastal scenery and circular walks passing pre historic settlements and Roman remains all giving a flavour of a much older island.
    Anglesey Beaches
    • There are 6 Blue Flag Beaches on Angelsey. Rhosneigr is 12 miles away and is a beautiful stretch of sandy beach which kids will love. There is lots going on in the small town as well.
    • Red Wharf Bay - One of the largest most spectacular bays on the island, approach from the coastal path through meadows and woodlands, before descending onto the bay. Enjoy the walk 3 hours either side of low tide to get the best of the sands with sea marsh, richly coloured by pinks and purstone.
    • Benllech Beach - From Tirionfa drive down into Llangefni and take the B5110 signposted Benllech. This is a pleasant drive passing through quiet countryside and rolling farmlands. Benllech is a long sandy beach with plenty of rock pools, perfect for swimming, windsurfing and sea fishing. There are lovely views across to Penmon Point and in the distance the Great Orme in Llandudno.
    • Traeth Lligwy & Din Lligwy - Further up along the coast beyond the delightful little fishing village of Moelfre is Treath Lligwy, another shallow sandy bay great for small children to potter in the rock pools. Near Treath Lligwy is an extremely well preserved pre-historic settlement Din Lligwy, thought to have been occupied in the late Roman period. A half mile walk through fields, the settlement is set in the centre of the woods. Visit on a summer's evening or quiet Autumn day. It’s very atmospheric and quite magical.

    • This is probably the prettiest town in North Wales with its pastel coloured townhouses overlooking the beautiful Menai Straits. A mainly Georgian High Street with an abundance of independant shops selling clothes, handmade jewellery, bric a brac and paintings Visit Janet Bell's Gallery for something special to take home! Beaumaris Castle sits romantically at the end of the high street surrounded by a moat it is extremely picturesque although never finished it is still a formidable achievement of Medieval architecture the French builders of which also named the town - Beaumaris - beautiful marsh.
    Plas Newydd (NT)
    • Sitting on the edge of Menai Strait, this is a delight for keen gardeners and art lovers will be fascinated by the Rex Whistler murals inside the house.
    Oriel Ynys Mon, Llangefni
    • The Oriel in Llangefni is Anglesey's main art gallery. It houses a permanent exhibition of the works of Charles Tunnicliffe who left his priceless collection of Anglesey's bird life to the gallery. There is also the works of the much loved artist Sir Kyffin Williams R.A. on permanent display. He lived and worked on the island for most of his life and most of his work depicts the landscape and characters of the island. There is a good cafe and shop here also.
    Llynnon Mill and Roundhouses
    • A trip to Llynnon Mill and Roundhouses make an interesting day out giving an unique impression of Anglesey's rural life in the recent and distant past this is a working mill children will enjoy the process of right up to the delicious fresh bread! There is an excellent tea room here and a Mill's Trail which takes in woodland and reconstructed roundhouses.
    Days Away
    • Cross Anglesey's iconic Menai Bridge to visit breathtaking Snowdonia National Park. Discover stunning scenery, nostalgic train rides, majestic mountains, mighty castles, haunted houses, mature verdant gardens and nail biting adventures. Eat delicious local produce, explore industrial heritage, horse ride, walk, picnic, cycle and more in this north Wales wonderland.
    Stylish easy care holiday apartment on the Isle of Anglesey ideal for year round breaks and centrally located for exploring the whole island.


    2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double with Kingsize bed with walk in wardrobe and 1 Twin, all on the ground floor.

    Bathroom with full suite and shower cubicle ground floor.

    L-Shaped Living room with cream kitchen units, split level electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, freezer. Dining table and chairs.

    Lounge area - bespoke large 3 seater sofa, 2 easy chairs, side table, coffee table, digital TV with Free view, DVD/CD player and a selection of books, DVD's and games.

    Utility Room with washing machine

    Grounds Small enclosed lawn garden with garden furniture and barbecue.

    Additional Information


    Short breaks - All year excluding summer holidays

    WiFi - Yes

    Changeover - Saturday

    Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)

    Parking - Yes for 2 cars

    Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w

    Dogs - No

    Travel cot - Yes

    Highchair - Yes


    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)? No

    Are there paths? No

    Are paths level and firm? Yes

    Type of suface Paving

    Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

    Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

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