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  • Llofft Storws


  • Newborough
  • Ref: 1342
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Llofft Storws

  • 4
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  • 0
  • Ref: 1342
Property Highlights:

  • Chic Anglesey cottage
  • Stylish, elegant property  
  • 20-minute drive to Newborough Beach
  • Short breaks available all year except school holidays
  • Can also be rented with 2 other properties for family get-togethers & celebrations

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Guest Book Comments

Well done conversion, maybe 1st floor open plan living space too small if four people resident. Larger supply of kitchen utensils and cooking pots/dishes

A trusted customer - 6th October 2018

Very clean and comfortable, well furnished and equipped, owners very helpful

Grace Davies - 14th September 2018

Could not ask for better accommodation or facilities. Owners very helpful.

A trusted customer - 13th July 2018

Well its time to leave Llofft Storws and we've enjoyed every minute of it. The weather was kind to us! In fact it rained at night and cleared up for the days so we were able to enjoy days out at some of the places I visited during my childhood. The accommodation more than exceeded our expectations: cosy, welcoming and equipped with just about everything we could need. Every time we thought we were short of something we looked in another cupboard and there it was! Many thanks to our hosts. You have done a brilliant job and were welcoming without being intrusive. We look forward to returning.

Janice and Graham Patterson - 10-Oct-2015
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

It's not like home from home its a palace compared to what we're used to! The days have been luxury living. The owners were very warm and welcoming, making sure we settled in, offering to carry bags and let us know they were on hand if needed. A friendly and charming couple! Geographically want to explore the whole of Anglesey for bike rides and walks and eating out. Cannot fault the accommodation, warm, pleasant, light, airy, spacious, fitted out to a high spec and decorated very tastefully with lovely furnishings. Beds were so comfy. Only complaint is that we didn't enjoy it for longer. Hopefully be back again in warmer weather!

Lydia and Rachael - 6-Mar-2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We spent a week at Llofft Storws at Easter and were thoroughly pleased with the cottage! We were greeted by the owner who instantly made us feel welcome and showed us the cottage. It was clean and modern, comfortable and well equipped. We were two adults and two children and the two bedrooms were perfect with an ensuite each. Nice toiletries welcome pack too. The lounge/dining/kitchen were upstairs and were bright and airy with comfortable sofa and all we could need. Especially appreciated was the Easter Egg made by the local chocolatier whose shop we made sure we visited later in the week! The cottage was in a quiet, rural location which we wanted but was also well positioned to explore the locality and such tourist attractions as Caernarvon Castle and Beaumaris Castle, or beautiful local beaches such as Newborough beach. Parking was just outside the front door and safe. We would definitely recommend this cottage. We had a lovely stay. Thank you.

The Morris party - 25 March 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Well it's time to leave Llofft Storws and we've enjoyed every minute of it. The accommodation more than exceeded our expectations: cosy, welcoming and equipped with just about everything we could need. Every time we thought we were short of something, we looked in another cupboard and there it was...and many thanks to our hosts. You have done a brilliant job and were welcoming without being intrusive. We look forward to returning.

Janice and Graham Pattinson - Aug-2015
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Excellent property/wonderful stay. Spent a week at Plas Marian in Llofft Storws at the beginning of September. It is definitely a 5 star property - the quality of all the furnishing and fittings was very evident and everything was spotlessly clean and comfortable. We were made very welcome by the owners and had a great stay. We would recommend highly and hope to revisit.

Liz B, Swansea - 28 September 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Angelsey holiday cottage near Malltraeth Sands

  • The smallest of the 3 properties at Plas Marian has a cool contemporary style with strong Scandinavian influence. Loads of charm and personality with lovely art work by the owner of this property. En suite bedrooms downstairs both with linked beds and open plan living area on first floor. Luxury pale green kitchen units, dining table and chairs lovely leather chesterfield and extra quirky chairs picked for their fun appeal. wall mounted smart tv.
  • Communal seating area at the front with lawn and children's slide and swing. Garden furniture and barbecue.
  • Plas Marion Properties are totally separate from each other, each with its own dedicated parking area and outside space. However, if a family gathering, wedding or reunion is planned, the 3 properties can be hired together to sleep a Total of 17. Hendy Plas Marion sleeps 8 (Ref 1340) , Stabal sleeps 6 (Ref 1341) and LLoft Storws sleeps 4 (Ref 1342).
  • Beaches Cycle or walk across the embankment at Malltraeth to Newburough Warren Nature Reserve - a birdwatchers paradise. Look out for the red squirrel that thrives on the island now the greys have almost been completely eradicated. Walk along Newborough's lovely beach and cross over to Llanddwyn Island reached by a causeway except at high tide. From here are incredible views across the Menai Straits to Snowdonia. An island steeped in the legend of St. Dwynwen (Angelsey-history.co.uk) admire the little white washed church and the tiny lighthouse. A few miles up the coast is Aberffaw's superb sandy beach and bird-filled estuary. Surfers will gravitate towards Rhosneigr where the waves are the best on offer in North Wales and sunbathers will enjoy picking their favourite rocky cove.
  • Places to eat. Blending beautifully into the sand dunes at the entrance to Rhosneigr is The Oystercatchers stylish modern building with superb food. Nearby at Newborough the owners of this property recommendMarram Grass and on the Straits the National Trust cafe at the entrance to Plas Newydd is good too. At Menai Bridge try Dylan's award-winning restaurant right down at the edge of the water just below the magnificent Menai Suspension bridge. Family friendly and open 7 days a week with great local seafood a speciality. In Menai Bridge is also Waitrose and excellent independent bakers on the high street.
  • Plas Newydd (National Trust) home of the Marquis of Anglesey and situated on the Menai Straits right at the water's edge a splendid location with gardens to explore and enjoy colourful throughout the year with woodland walks and children's treehouse. Interesting interiors with murals by Rex Whistler covering several walls.
  • Ucheldre at Holyhead is an art centre with concerts, plays and the latest films. Why not a night at the movies if being in the country needs a lift you will know where to head!

Interior

2 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 4 . 2 Doubles/Twins both with ensuite (shower, toilet and wash basin) on ground floor.

All zip & link beds are set up as doubles, please advise at time of booking if you would like any set up as twins.

Open Plan Living Area on 1st floor with luxury sage green units, dishwasher, induction hob and oven, built in combi microwave/oven, fridge with ice box, washer/dryer, dining table, 4 chairs, plus high chair, 3 seater leather chesterfield, 2 easy chairs, wall mounted smart TV, coffee table.

Grounds Communal seating area with garden furniture, barbecue, separate lawn with children's climbing frame and swing.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Yes, 3-nights minimum stay all year excluding Summer weeks

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Ground source heating system and solar PV for heating and hot water inclusive

Dogs - No

Travel cot -

Highchair - Yes on request

About the Area

Beaches

  • Cycle or walk across the embankment at Malltraeth to Newborough Warren Nature Reserve - a birdwatchers paradise. Look out for the red squirrel that thrives on the island now the greys have almost been completely eradicated.
  • Walk along Newborough's lovely beach and cross over to Llanddwyn Island reached by a causeway except at high tide. From here there are incredible views across the Menai Straits to Snowdonia. An island steeped in the legend of St. Dwynwen (Angelsey-history.co.uk). Admire the little white washed church and the tiny lighthouse.
  • A few miles up the coast is Aberffaw's superb sandy beach and bird filled estuary.
North Wales Principal Surfing Coast, 8 miles away
  • Surfers will gravitate towards Rhosneigr where the waves are the best on offer in North Wales and sunbathers will enjoy picking their favourite rocky cove.

Places to eat

  • Blending beautifully into the sand dunes at the entrance to Rhosneigr is The Oystercatcher - stylish modern building which is ideal for morning coffee after a morning stroll along the dunes and local neighbourhood award winning bistro Marram Grass at Newborough.
  • The Codmother (eat in or take away) in Newborough is an unassuming popular village chippy. Expect huge portions of delicious freshly cooked food. Customers are prepared to travel some distance to enjoy it.
  • Nearby at Newborough the owners of this property recommend Marram Grass (Good Food Guide 2016) and on the Straits the National Trust Cafe at the entrance to Plas Newydd is ideal for a snack once you have viewed the magnificent country house and gardens (a recent venue for the Antiques Roadshow).
  • At Menai Bridge try Dylan's award winning restaurant right down at the edge of the water just below the magnificent Menai Suspension bridge. Family friendly and open 7 days a week with great local seafood a speciality.
  • In Menai Bridge there is also a Waitrose store and excellent independent bakers and renowned chocolatier on the High Street.

Plas Newydd (NT)

  • Home of the Marquis of Anglesey and situated on the Menai Straits right at the water's edge a splendid location with colourful gardens to explore and enjoy throughout the year with woodland walks and children's tree house. Interesting interiors with murals by Rex Whistler covering several walls.

Ucheldre

  • Holyhead Arts Centre with concerts, plays and showing films from time to time. Why not enjoy a night at the movies if being in the country needs a lift you will know where to head!

Dolphin Cruises

  • Take a dolphin cruise along the Strait under the 2 magnificent bridges and enjoy stunning views across the water to the Snowdon Massif.

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.

Anglesey Sea Zoo

  • A great all weather family attraction with over 100 native species of Anglesey to discover. You can get close to the marine life with daily talks and feeds with their biologists.

Newborough Cycle Route 2.5 hours, 29 miles

  • Start at the Church Street car park in Newborough village. Pass the standing stones, cairns and burial chamber at Bryn Celli Ddu, then on through Llandaniel Fab, skirting the Cefni Bird Sanctuary, continue through Llangaffo and finish back in Newborough. Fabulous 360 degree views can be enjoyed from the road between Llanfair PG and Rhyd yr Arian. You might like to eat your picnic at the bird sanctuary. Bikes can be hired from Cybi in Holyhead or one of their hubs around Anglesey.
Days Away
  • A short drive away across the Menai Bridge leads to beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Discover breathtaking scenery, majestic mountains, verdant countryside and gorgeous beaches. Try any number of nail biting, adrenaline fuelled adventure activities. Explore mountain villages, ride on steam trains, browse glorious gardens and eat delicious local produce. There is so much to see and do for all ages.

Chic cottage for year round holidays on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. Sleeps 4 guests.

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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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