|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
All rooms are on one level. Bedroom 1: Double bed.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds. Bedroom 3: Twin beds. Bathroom: WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower above. Separate WC and wash hand basin. Living Room: view of surrounding countryside through large glass door leading to a large south facing decked area, gas log fire, TV with Freeview, DVD and video player. Dining Area: Dining table and seating for 6. Kitchen Area: equipped with a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, gas double oven, grill and hob with extractor fan. Outside Cupboard with washing machine and storage area. Private enclosed secluded garden with native high boundary hedging and trees, grass area. Deck Area: (via living area glass door). South facing, spacious with garden table and chairs.
Off road parking for 2/3 cars. Pets welcome - conditions apply. Not suitable for wheelchairs. This is a holiday lodge.
Dafarn Rhos is a 35 acre small holding bordering the large sandy beach at Lligwy. Popular with families, fishermen (bass beach) and for water sports: kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and kite surfing with spectacular displays which are a wonder to watch from the comfort of Lligwy View or Seaview Lodge. Properties are private and individual, ideal for anyone wanting a relaxing, fun, sporting or romantic break. The 'Cottage': a traditional Welsh country cottage renovated & extended 2008, original features include inglenook with log burner. 'Lligwy View': a stone fronted house built 2006 on the site of the old dairy. A light bright spacious property with stunning sea views from all rooms except bathrooms. Downstairs bedroom & bathrm. Wheelchair accessible. The 'Beach Lodge'; is situated in it's own private south facing sheltered garden once an apple and damson orchard. 'Seaview Lodge': has stunning views over sea, beach and countryside. The picturesque seaside village of Moelfre is 1 mile.
Lligwy Beach 2/3 minutes walk.
Moelfre Beach 3 minutes drive.
Traeth Buchan beach with sailing club 5 minutes drive.
Benllech Beach 8 minutes drive.
As an Island there are so many beaches within close proximity
Anglesey is an Island accessed by road by 2 bridges; the Britannia (A55) and the Menai.
The railway also goes over a bridge to Holyhead.
Mona airport - direct flights to Cardiff - 15 minutes drive away.
Manchester Airport - 2 hours drive away
Liverpool John Lennon Airport - 2 hours drive away
Train Stations: Bangor, North Wales 20 minutes drive away
or Holyhead 40 minutes drive away.
Port: Holyhead ferry to Dublin, 40 minutes drive away.
Moelfre is the nearest village: 1 mile away. Benllech: 3 miles away. Bangor: 12 miles away.
Moelfre has a small general store, a pub, bistro, coffee shop, gift shop, beach cafe, wool shop. Also life boat and seawatch center. Benllech has doctors, dentist, banks, chemist, 3 mini supermarkets, hardware store, 2 butchers, pubs, launderette, gift shop, Indian and Chinese take away and a fish and chip shop. Snowdonia or the Dublin Ferry are 40 minutes away. The island has so much natural, historical, cultural interests for all kinds of tastes to enjoy a holiday on Anglesey. The coastal walks and public footpaths are an ideal opportunity to see the dramatic coast and countryside as well as the birds and animals, dolphins, seals and porpoise to name but a few. The Castles and numerous ancient ruins are some of Europe's finest examples. Several art galleries and craft centers offer fine examples of the best of welsh talent. There are many activity/interest centers for all ages and all weathers.