• The Manor House (Rhosneigr Country Plas)

  • Rhosneigr
  • Ref: 1345
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The Manor House (Rhosneigr Country Plas)

  • 8
  • 3
  • 3
  • 1
  • Ref: 1345
Property Highlights:

  • Large country house
  • 3 Bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Beautiful secluded grounds, dog-friendly
  • Hot tub
  • 2 miles from Rhosneigr known for surfing
  • Ideal for coastal path walking & Ideal for cycling

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Guest Book Comments


A trusted customer - 14th November 2018

Fantastic home. Owners very friendly, perfect getaway holiday

A trusted customer - 1st October 2018

The Manor House was amazing. A fantastic home away from home. We hired it to celebrate a friends retirement and had a fantastic stay. The home is equipped with everything you need and the Hot Tub was just the icing on the cake. You can sit in it and look out across the fantastic views enjoying the company. If you want a relaxing stay in an amazing location then hire this cottage.

A trusted customer - 1st April 2018

wish I could give it 10 stars. just a lovely comfortable house. didn't want to come home. the hot tub was the icing on the cake.

Marilyn Mcginley - 1st February 2018

Great Cottage all the comforts of home in a good location with a hot tub

Angelo Caldaralo - 1st February 2018

Fabulous weekend with family and dogs! The house has been renovated to a wonderful standard. Views are spectacular and particularly enjoyed watching the lambs skipping and jumping. Visited Penrhos Country Park and coastal walk together with Newborough forest. Everything that you could possibly need is in the house. The beds were amazing and couldn't wait to get in but found it very difficult to get out of – they were so comfortable! Look forward to returning soon and enjoying this peaceful retreat. Many thanks

Jane and Ian Pigoint and the family (and dogs!) - April 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We had a short mid-week break here with our 4 year old and 1 year old. The cottage is fabulous, looks great and is a good space with children. Jay and Gwen were great hosts; very thoughtful and attentive. Some of the things they have thought of would never have occurred to me i.e. menus in welcome pack and the logs pre-set up so I only needed to strike a match!! We'll be happy to come back, maybe with a bigger tribe to make use of all the rooms. P.S. the hot tub is a treat! Thank you!

Chris, Andrea, Elodie and Jackson - May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

What a lovely, well equipped holiday home, beautiful décor, warm and homely – welcome pack is indeed ‘welcome' with everything needed after a long journey. Hot tub was a bonus and enjoyed by all! Will recommend to friends and family and may be back ourselves. Thank you very much!

Nick, Ade, Charlotte and Missy Moo Roberts and Lyn and Dave Jones, Hampshire - May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Thank you for a fabulous stay – we have stayed at a few places on Anglesey and enjoyed this the most – we hope to return soon. Beautiful property, gardens and everything was ‘quality'.

The Phelan family - May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We had a great time and the weather has been fantastic too. Our hosts have been fantastic and nothing was too much trouble for them. We are looking forward to coming back here.

Karen and Roger Totney, Kay Bristow and Frances Robinson - June 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

All I can say is ‘wow'. What an amazing stay we all had. The house is absolutely stunning with every home comfort thought of. Definitely the loveliest place we have ever stayed in. the welcome pack was fantastic and well thought out. Lots to see and do without the house but we honestly could have stayed here for the whole week without venturing outside at all. Many thanks for your hospitality. We will definitely return and recommend to friends and family

The Simpsons - January 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We booked this beautiful property to celebrate our daughters 21st birthday. We couldn't have been happier! Jay was very accommodating, decorating the Manor for our arrival. It's been fabulous, and we can't wait to return in warmer weather. That said we arrived in glorious sunshine and we've ventured around the island. Penrhyn Castle, Lake Ogwen, South Stack, Holyhead for shopping. We've spent hours paddling around on lots of beaches and in coves. But most notable was Laurens Birthday. We visited Penrhyn Castle and then went further inland to Lake Ogwen, left beautiful sunshine and on arrival in Snowdonia, it snowed. Stunning scenery and wildlife at the door

The Hutsby’s - February 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Wonderful house! Met up with old friends and respective children for Easter. Beautiful luxurious house, very well equipped throughout. Enochs really is a fab chippy and Oyster Catcher also recommended. Welcome pack was great and very much appreciated. House has kerb appeal and we'll delight in showing friends the photos. Hopefully will be back to try out the hot tub arriving soon! Thank you very much for a great stay – just wish it was longer

Guests - March 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Large country house with hot tub in private grounds near Rhosneigr, sleeping 6 adults and 2 children

  • The Manor House at Rhosneigr Country Plas is a fabulous family friendly country house perfectly placed for exploring Anglesey.
  • Follow the avenue of lime trees down the drive to this elegant Victorian manor house. Built in 1866 by the then Sheriff of Anglesey and later owned by a former Vogue model. It was once rumoured to be considered as a 'hide away' for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when the Prince was based in RAF Valley as a helicopter pilot.
  • The house has a striking unusual feature of a long window that dominates the front of the property, topped by a bell tower whose bell was salvaged from a shipwreck in Anglesey in 1853.
  • The front door opens into a vestibule with an elegant 'arts and crafts' doorway leading into the characterful sitting room a spacious room with a period fireplace and wood burning stove, surrounded by comfortable seating and a large round dining table for more formal meals.
  • Relax in the light-filled conservatory at the side of the sitting room with views out onto a large lawn - perfect play area for children to let off steam! Spot the tiny medieval church hidden in the fields beyond dedicated to St. Ulched a local Welsh Saint.
  • The kitchen with breakfast area is spacious and light with pale grey kitchen units and refectory table and a large range cooker.
  • Also on the ground floor is a large ensuite bedroom with zip and link beds.
  • The first floor Master bedroom has an ensuite bath/shower room and dressing area with sofa bed and truckle bed - ideal for smaller children (11 and under only). There is also a second bedroom on this floor with zip and link beds.
  • There are extensive lawns at the front of the property with a small ornamental pond on one lawn - plenty of places to sit out and relax and enjoy this beautiful and unique setting. There is a Hot Tub too for extra indulgence.
  • Recommended by The Daily Post 19th Feb 2016 as a unique and unusual North Wales holidays cottage.


3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 adults and 2 children (up to aged 11 years). 1 Double (zip and link bed) with ensuite (shower, toilet and wash basin) on ground floor. 1 Master bedroom with Superking bed, ensuite bathroom and dressing area with day and truckle bed (only suitable for children up to 11 years). 1 Double (zip and link bed) Both on 1st 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.

Shower Room on ground floor.

Kitchen fully fitted with pale grey units and Rangemaster cooker, dining table and chairs.

Utility Room with washing machine and sink unit.

Sitting Room with multi fuel stove, ample seating for 8, smart TV, large glass circular table and chairs.

Conservatory with 2 sofas and coffee table.

Grounds large with 2 lawns at the front, 1 lawn at the back, garden furniture, barbecue, hot tub.

NB: Care with small children ornamental pond on front lawn and 4 ft drop at end of rear garden.

Can be booked with Ref 1620 & Ref 1552 to sleep 16 in total.

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - inclusive May to September. Outside these dates�30 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - on request

Highchair - on request

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Beaches and Anglesey Coastal Path

  • Lovely beaches abound along Anglesey's western coast. Nearest is Rhosneigr - a great surfing destination and sandy beaches. Cable Bay (Porth Trecastell) is particularly good for surfing with massive southerly swells, especially in winter. There is also a long sandy beach at Treath Llydan (Wide Bay). Trearddur Bay a few miles northwards boasts a Blue Flag beach and close to the village another lovely beach, Porth Diana, offers boat and fishing trips along the rugged coastline.
  • Join the Coastal Path towards Rhoscolyn and enjoy dramatic views of the stark vertical cliffs before dipping down to Rhoscolyn beach - a hidden gem, soft sand and an abundance of rock pools in which children will love to potter!

Malltraeth Cycle Path and Newborough Warren Nature Reserve

  • Walk or cycle this well signposted path across Malltraeth Estuary to Newborough Warren Nature Reserve. This forest is a bird watchers paradise with 'hides' in the woods often by small lakes - ideal for quiet observation. Look out for the red squirrels! Anglesey has almost completely eradicated the greys so that the reds thrive.

Newborough Beach and Llanddwyn Island

  • The 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. Enjoy the little lighthouse on the Island and admire the beautifully carved gate at the entrance. Note the Island is only accessible at low tide.


  • There has been a sudden flowering of excellent eateries throughout the Island, the best of which are nearby. Try The Oystercatchers at Rhosneigr, a family friendly bistro style restaurant in a stylish new building that blends beautifully into the dunes. In Rhosneigr itself there are plenty of good places to eat which include Sandy's Bistro and Mojo's Creperie. Above Rhoscolyn is The White Eagle - eat out on the wide balcony in the summer or by the fire in winter. At Newborough visit the highly acclaimed Marram Grass Caf� mentioned in The Good Food Guide for 2016.

Plas Newydd House and Garden (NT)

  • A Gothic manor house in a beautiful setting at the edge of the rushing Strait. There are magnificent views across to woodlands and the massed majesty of Snowdonia. This is a unique stretch of water and is quite breath-taking with George Stephenson's great bridge in the near distance. Gently sloping lawns dotted with beautiful trees and shrubs surrounded by woodlands this is a garden to explore and enjoy. You'll discover play areas for children in the woods and a tree house in the grounds near the house. Recently fully renovated the house gives a glimpse into a bye gone age and its eccentric owners. The National Trust have events throughout the year with art exhibitions, farmers markets, Easter egg hunts and Christmas Fairs.


  • Possibly the most beautiful town in North Wales. With its romantic castle surrounded by a moat. Lovely candy coloured Georgian and Victorian houses with a few older from the medieval period. Full of lovely independent shops and stylish restaurants including The Olde Bulle's Head with its excellent brasserie and loft restaurant. Do visit the Janet Bell Gallery, owned by a renowned local artist, full of lovely bric a brac and jewellery. Walk along the Victorian Pier to really enjoy the stunning views of the Menai Strait.

South Stack and Holy Island

  • Visit RSPB's Ellin's Tower observatory to view the large colonies of seabirds that the cliffs support. Spectacular views can be enjoyed of the LLeyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island. The Wicklow Mountains of Ireland can also be seen on a clear day. Visit South Stack lighthouse built in 1809 - not for the faint hearted as there are 400 stone steps and a metal bridge to be negotiated

    Points of interest

  • Enjoy Anglesey Sea Zoo and Halen Mon (producers of sea salt) at Brynsiencyn, Llynnon Mill and reconstructed Iron Age roundhouses at Llandeusant, Parys Mountain and the Copper Kingdom at Amlwch, Anglesey Bridges Exhibition and Rib Rides from Menai Bridge, shopping at Llanfairpwll, the Lifeboat Station and Seawatch Centre at Moelfre, the castle, museum and paddling pool at Beaumaris and so much more.

Boat Trips

  • Join a thrilling Ribride from Menai Bridge or a Seacoast Safari from Beaumaris for breathtaking coastal scenery, a wealth of wildlife and interesting historic sites.

Hooton's Homegrown Farm Shop

  • Stock up on the very best local produce. Hooton's family farm grows its own fruit and vegetables and their home reared livestock is butchered on site. The cafe is pretty good too - try before you buy!

Oriel Ynys Mon, Llangefni

  • See the inspirational work of celebrated local artists Sir Kyffin Williams KBE, RA (1918 - 2006) and wildlife artist Charles Tunnicliffe OBE, RA (1901 - 1979) famed for his illustrations of Tarka the Otter by Henry Williamson.

Days Away

  • Visit the Snowdonia National Park for breathtaking coastal and mountain scenery, nostalgic steam train rides, Snowdon Mountain Railway, Portmeirion Italianate village, thrilling adventure activities, great local produce, mighty castles, fascinating industrial heritage, myriad glorious walks and so much more.

Large elegant house set in its own private country gardens close to Rhosneigr, an ideal choice for extended families or friends sharing and 1 well behaved dog.

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