About the property
- Cottage215 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 2 nights
1 bedroom cottages in an idyllic setting, close to the sea, mountains and forest
One bedroomed stable conversion, with an open plan sitting, dining and kitchen area. The sitting room has a log burner and views out towards Snowdonia National Park. This is a wonderful space to enjoy the peaceful sounds of this rural locality. The cottage has been recently renovated and comprises a traditional style farmhouse kitchen and uses a mixture of rustic materials. There is an adjoining door that means access can be gained into the next door cottage (The Duck House) if further accommodation is required; this would give further sleeping facilities for an additional 4 persons (making the property suitable for up to 8). The additional cottage also has a bathroom with a bath in it as opposed to a shower.
Dr K D Bigham
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- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 26, 2018
About Dr K D Bigham
“It suited our love for the outdoors and we could see it's potential - being able to share it with others.” We love the outdoors and living on Anglesey with all the natural beauty it has to offer. I am a Clinical Psychologist working for the NHS with adults with a learning disability and my partner Ben currently works primarily from home for a railway company. We have hens (so lots of fresh eggs), 3 horses and a cat. We also have 4 children between us and grandson who you may spot hoovering. We live in the main house on sight so are always at hand to offer support with anything you need or simply advice on the best spots to explore or best places to eat. We also understand that this is your holiday and will respect you privacy; the way we have configured the entrances mean that you enter your property in privacy and need not come into contact with us unless requested.We love the outdoors and living on Anglesey with all the natural beauty it has to offer. I am a Clinical Psychologist working for the NHS and my partner Ben currently works primarily from home for a railway company. We have hens (so lots of fresh eggs), 3 horses, 1cat. We also have 4 children between us and a grandson who you may spot hoovering. We live in the main house on site so are always at hand to offer support with anything you need or simply advice on the best spots to explore or best places to eat. We understand that this is your holiday and will respect your privacy; the way we have configured the entrances means that you need not come into contact with us unless you wish to.
Dr K D Bigham purchased this Cottage in 2011
Why Dr K D Bigham chose Llanfihangel Ysgeifiog
It suited our love for the outdoors and we could see it's potential - being able to share it with others.
What makes this Cottage unique
Lots of freedom in a safe and calm environment.
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A brilliant place and home from home. Good communication and warm welcome given. An isolated location and beautiful property. We will be going back.
Snowy March weekend
Cottage was lovely, as described, with a great shower!
Great rural getaway in a great location
The cottage had been done up so nicely. The bed was very cozy and comfortable and the bathroom has been renovated to a high standard. Kate and Ben left a lovely welcome treat with welsh cakes and marmalade, fresh eggs and milk, plus lovely fresh flowers everywhere. I was very excited to find three horses and two very friendly dogs on the property to get my animal fix in. It was a great place to go and explore the amazing newborough beach.
It was a bit tricky to find the place in the dark but the hosts answered our message right away and helped us find it. The cottage was a tiny bit chilly in February and we struggled to get the fire going as the wood was a bit damp. But we were probably just not great fire builders! We also had a problem with the shower - it was fine at first and then the hot water seemed to go away and the water pressure disappeared.
Overall the place had everything you could need and lots of extra touches with games and dog biscuits and cozy blankets. Would highly recommend! Thanks so much for having us stay.
Wonderful cottage in a beautiful location
Lovely welcome gift on arrival. Amazing shower! The perfect cottage for a romantic break. Can't wait to go back.
Great get away....
Brilliant place, great hosts.
A fantastic find!
Rural, peaceful setting. Well presented property with excellent hosts. Easy reach of many walks and locations of interest. Will book again.
We are situated in a rural area of great natural beauty which is ideal for individuals who want to escape to the countryside. Our location is excellent for bird watching and will delight anyone interested in natural history. Malltraeth is where the renowned wildlife illustrator Charles Tunnicliffe lived and worked overlooking the Cefni Estuary. Here you can see shelduck, one of Tunnicliffe's favourite subjects, tufted duck, ringed plover and other waders including little egrets. From the Estuary you can walk along the Cob and onto the coastal path that takes you into the forest. Here you can see red squirrels, which are currently thriving on the Isle of Anglesey. The Cefni River runs alongside the property where if you are lucky you may spot the elusive otter. We also have a large variety of inland birds that congregate nearby in the local RSPB reserve; a hidden gem just 2 miles along the bicycle track and footpath. There are several local beaches that are ideal for swimming and surfing, or just relaxing and enjoying BBQs and picnics. There are many nearby villages where provisions can be bought as well as restaurants that offer a wide range of locally produced food. The best beaches are Aberffraw beach (5 miles), Newborough beach and forest (6 miles) and Rhosneigr (9 miles); both Aberffraw and Rhosneigr have nice pubs and/or restaurants. In addition there is a very good local restaurant called The Marram Grass, 4 miles away towards Newborough, which has recently received excellent reviews in the National newspapers. From our home the full Snowdonia mountain range can be seen and the sunsets are just beautiful. Access to the Snowdonia National Park is very easy and you can be walking in the hills in just 30 minutes. For those that feel hill walking is too energetic, there is a railway that will take you to the top of Snowdon where you can get some Bara Brith and a cup of tea! Other activities such as zip wiring, mountain biking, canoeing and kite surfing are all easily accessible. There are a number of family activities locally including Anglesey Sea Zoo, Greenwood Forest Park, Foel Farm Park and Pili Palas to mention just a few. Canoes and bicycles can be rented from us at the property for a small fee.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
The whole property is available at a price of between £100 - £150 per night dependent on time of year. This will then provide a sleeping arrangements for up to 8 persons.