Stabal Near Newborough Beach (N.T)

£485 - £1325 per week

Why We Reccommend Stabal

Anglesey holiday cottage close to Newborough Beach, Newborough Warren Nature Reserve and romantic Llanddwyn Island. Elegant, stylish property. Eco friendly, contemporary.


Contemporary, stylish  Anglesey holiday cottage near Newborough beach sleeping up to 6

  • The middle property in this exceptional development with its own distinctive style.
  • The interior of this eco-friendly property cannot fail to delight; it is beautifully furnished with great style and a wonderful warm welcome awaits you from the caring and helpful owners.
  • The open plan ground floor has a cool contemporary look with smart petrol blue kitchen units, lime green retro sofas, 60's style sideboard and white dining table and chairs. The walls are adorned with paintings by the owner who is a renowned local artist and art lecturer.
  • There is an en-suite bedroom on the ground floor with two bedrooms on the first floor with Juliet balconies, one with an adjoining room - perfect for baby's cot or a children's playroom with wooden rocking horse and toys or can double up as a walk in dressing room.
  • Bi fold doors in the living area lead out on to the patio to catch the morning sun and dine al fresco. There is also a communal seating area with a separate lawn housing a children's climbing frame and swing to the front.
  • Stylish Stabal is close to Anglesey's gems - Aberffraw's sublime beach and estuary, Newborough Warren Nature Reserve and romantic Llanddwyn.
  • Eco friendly with ground source heating, solar PV and wheelchair access and listed as Anglesey's first Green Key Accommodation.


Walks and Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path

  • Walk or cycle down the quiet tree lined lane from the property passing the ancient church of Trefdraeth to Malltraeth and follow the well signposted cycle/footpath across the estuary to Newborough Forest Nature Reserve.
  • This forest is a birdwatchers paradise with 'hides' placed in the woods, some by small lakes ideal for quiet observation. Look out for the red squirrels - Anglesey has almost completely eradicated the greys from the island so that the reds now thrive.
  •  Stabal is near Sustrans Cycle Route 8, Lon Las cycle route along the Cefni river and close to the Isle of Anglesey coastal path.


  • Aberffraw is only a short drive away and has a sublime beach and estuary with the popular resorts of Rhosneigr and Trearddur Bay further up the coast.
  • Llanddwyn Island and Newborough Beach have miles of pristine sands. From Llanddwyn Island ( to the southern tip of Anglesey forms one of the finest beaches in Britain. Dramatic mountain views, clean clear water, woods and mythology.
  • Llanddwyn Island is a 20 minute walk from the car park and inaccessible at high tide. Enjoy the white washed little church and small lighthouse.


  • The owners recommend Marram Grass at Newborough. This is a New entry in the 2016 Good Food Guide and is run by two young brothers. They pride themselves on their use of local produce - locals even bring in homegrown vegetables in exchange for restaurant vouchers!
  • Eat in or take away huge portions of delicious freshly cooked fish and chips from village chippy The Codmother in Newborough. Customers are prepared travel some distance to enjoy them.
  • At Menai Bridge you can enjoy Dylan’s or Harri's restaurants. They produce some tasty treats to enjoy. The Olde Bull's Head at Beaumaris has a lovely bistro open at lunch time and in the evenings. The Loft Dining Room (open evenings only, booking advisable).
  • At Menai Bridge there is also a Waitrose and an Asda store at Llangefni. Essentials can be bought at the village store and post office 1 mile away.

 Oriel Ynys Môn

  • Llangefni is home to Anglesey's art gallery that exhibits works by renowned Welsh artists. It also houses a permanent exhibition of paintings donated to the gallery by Sir Kyffin Williams R.A. who lived and worked on the Island. In the history gallery, a part of it is dedicated to one of the foremost wildlife artists of the twentieth century - Charles Tunnicliffe who donated priceless works to the Island and lived 2 miles from this holiday cottage.

 Family Days Out

  • Nothing could be more fun for children than the Greenwood Forest Park on the mainland. Enjoy the scary green dragon roller coaster, rowing down the stream or building dens and watching magic by the performers employed at the centre. 
  • Llynnon Mill further up on the north coast of Anglesey has the only working windmill left on the island. Families will enjoy watching bread being baked in the traditional way. In the woods are re-constructed pre-historic roundhouses to fire the imagination of young and old to what life might have been like here 3,000 years ago!

Plas Newydd (NT)

  • Sitting on the edge of the Menai Strait, this is a delight for keen gardeners. Art lovers will be fascinated by the Rex Whistler murals inside the house.
Cybi Bike Hire based in Holyhead
  • Bikes can be hired from Cybi in Holyhead or from one of their other hubs at Caffi Mon, Breakwater Country Park, Caffi Ffynnon in Holyhead, or Llys Llewelyn, Abberfraw and Holyhead Train Station. Ride with your own party or join a Cybi Guided Tour.

Days Out
  • Visit the Snowdonia National Park for breathtaking coastal and mountain scenery, ancient castles, nostalgic steam train rides, Snowdon Mountain Railway, thrilling adventure activities, fascinating industrial heritage, wonderful local produce, myriad beautiful walks and so much more.

Stylish holiday cottage near the Malltraeth Estuary and Newborough Sands on the Isle of Anglesey.


3 Bedrooms sleeping maximum of 61 Double with Kingsize/twin (zip and link) bed(s) and ensuite (shower room, toilet and wash basin) on ground floor.  2 Doubles with Superking/twin (zip and link) bed(s) on the 1st floor with Juliet balconies.  Children's room with small table chairs and rocking horse, ideal for baby's cot - 2 doorways one into master bedroom and one into landing which can be locked. All bedrooms have hairdryers.

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

Bathroom full suite plus shower cubicle on 1st floor.

Open plan living area with luxury petrol blue kitchen units, split level electric oven/induction hob, built in microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer. In Living area 2 lime green retro sofas, large white dining table and white chairs seating 6, sideboard, extra easy chairs, wall mounted Smart TV and bi fold doors to patio.

Grounds communal seating area at the front with garden furniture plus barbecue and small separate lawn housing children's climbing frame and swing. Patio at the rear of the property.

Additional Information


Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Eco friendly ground source heating system with solar PV for heating and hot water inclusive

Dogs - No

Travel cot - Yes on request 

Highchair - yes on request 


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

Is there a gate to open? No

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 Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Where to find Stabal

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