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Nature container cabin

SuperAnfitriónTalwrn, Wales, Reino Unido
Casa miniatura. Anfitrión: Ben
2 huéspedes1 habitación1 cama1 baño

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Cosy bespoke converted shipping container on 8 acres of farmland on the Isle of Anglesey. Perfect for ventures into Snowdonia or the beautiful nature of the island itself.
Self contained with all amenities, shower, w.c. Fresh eggs from our chickens provided. Local pubs and restaurants on the beach 2 miles away. Whether you want a quiet time relaxing or adventures in outdoor pursuits its the perfect location.

El alojamiento
Hand built wooden space with cosy wood burner on very quiet family farmland.

Otros aspectos destacables

The Ship – Red Wharf Bay
Nearest to here (5-10 mins in car). On the waters edge, great views. Cosy pub with log fires in winter. Good selection of homemade food with emphasis on local ingredients.

The Boat House – Red Wharf Bay
Busy restaurant with good atmosphere and heated outdoor eating space. Great views across Bay.

Tavern on the Bay
It is located on the road down to the Red Wharf Bay and you access it by driving through a caravan site – but worth it as the Tavern is located in a brilliant position overlooking the beach with far reaching coastal views . Good choice of food with interesting daily specials, well presented and very pleasant staff.

Dylans – Menai Bridge
On the waters edge with balcony overlooking straits. Very busy and popular so book if possible beforehand. Quite trendy for Wales with very good selection of food.

The Freckled Angel – Menai Bridge
Relatively new tapas bar and has done so well has move to bigger premises.

The Redboat Café – Beaumaris
On Castle St. homemade ice cream. Also sell paninis, coffees etc.

The Bull – Beaumaris
Two restaurants – posh one upstairs for special occasions. Downstairs a bistro type setting with outside space as well. Definitely worth a visit, as has just been refurbished and has an interesting menu with daily specials.

The Marram Grass – just outside Newborough
Very casual with a great atmosphere and has won several awards for their food. Now in the Good Food guide and has been featured recently on ITV. Good for lunch or in the evening.

The Oyster Catcher- Rhosneigr.
A huge Huf house – all glass overlooking dunes. Amazing building with seasonal themed café downstairs. Snow shack in winter/beach hut in summer. Main restaurant upstairs with plenty of quirky verandah space to catch the sun and eat outside.

The White Eagle – Rhoscolyn
Popular restaurant and always very busy in the summer. Plenty of space to sit in or out. Lovely views to coast a little walk down the lane to the beach.

The Sea Shanty _ Trearddur Bay
Right on the beach with very good relaxed atmosphere. Good fish and great ice cream selection. Always busy.

Oriel Mon –just outside Llangefni
Island museum and art gallery has a great café open from 10.30 – 5pm. Good coffee and lunches. Also super gift shop with a large selection of local arts, jewellery, foods etc. A definite wet weather venue!
The Golden Fry– Benllech
The best fish and chip shop nearby which has great reviews and has won several awards.

Further afield – off the island
Castle Hotel – Conwy
Right in the middle of this lovely little town. Very old hotel with great bar or restaurant food.

Mostyn Art Gallery – Llundudno
Simple lunches in airy setting above gallery, which has changing exhibitions.

Ty Gwyn – Betws y coed
Brilliant little pub – beams and cosy with amazing variety of great food on lunch and dinner menu. Just outside town on A5 over the bridge on left.

Wet Weather Ideas!!

Oriel Mon – only 4 miles away on outskirts of Llangefni
Island gallery with ever changing exhibitions, museum (not stuffy), great gift shop and excellent café for coffee, cakes and homemade lunches.

Plas Newydd NT – on island on Menai Strait
Glorious situation overlooking strait. Pretty house, gardens with some walks in wooded areas, cafes and gift shops. (To reach house there is a 5 minute walk)

Beaumaris Jail and Courtroom – about 8 miles
Really well presented (was featured recently on TV). Very interesting. Beaumaris is a beautiful little town – even better on a sunny dry day! Lots of places to eat with good shops too.

Penrhyn Castle NT – just ouside Bangor
Large castle-like house – very interesting with usual NT facilities.

Plas Mawr – Conwy – in middle of town
An amazing Tudor house – really worth the drive. Conwy is a beautiful little town with good selection of shops, eating places and other places of interest.

Pentraeth Forest
Nearest wooded. Look out for red squirrels if they are not hiding from the rain.

Newborough Forest – other end of island
Brilliant wooded walks – red squirrel habitat and if it does dry up you also have the most amazing Newborough beach with Llanddwyn Island (lover’s island) and Newborough Warren with wild ponies. Stop off at the Marram Grass café for coffee or lunch (see restaurant suggestions.)

Halon Mon Salt
Newly opened visitor centre, which provides guided tours of processing – very well presented by lovely staff. Also has excellent gift shop.
Possible wet weather ideas

• Oriel Mon (only 4 miles away just on outskirts of Llangefni) for coffee – view exhibitions and extensive gift shop with local crafts and jewellery.

• Plas Newydd (NT) on the Menai Straits – Beautiful House and gardens. Also good for coffee or lunch. They have coffee shop by car park and you don’t need to be a member. Borrow guidebook from information basket.

• Hootons Farm Shop – local fruit and vegetables, organic meats and juices. Home cooked pies. Coffee and lunches.

• Visit Halon Mon Salt – wonderful building – family owned business with really interesting tours - can be booked in advance. Extensive range of salts available in gift shop.

• Shopping centre at LLanfairpwllgwyngyll (longest station name). Huge range of gifts and catering facilities available.

• Penrhyn Castle and Gardens (NT) off the island near Bangor. Amazing mock castle. Usual trust facilities. Borrow guidebook form information basket.

• Beaumaris jail and courthouse – really interesting! Beaumaris has lots of facilities to shelter from bad weather.

• Moelfre lifeboat museum – good little centre. Visit Shabby and Chic gift shop while in Moelfre and Ann’s Pantry for homemade lunches, cake, teas and coffees.

• Book a Spa Day or treatment at Tres-Ysgawen Hall. Monthly specials available. Beautiful spa with great facilities. Brochure in basket.

Thought it was a good moment to send some detailed directions to you for your visit. If you have not been to Anglesey before we are quite hidden away!
These directions do seem to be pretty fool proof as long as you take the correct exit at junction 8 on the A 55 (A5025). Some sat navs don’t follow this route but it is the quickest and easiest.
From A 55 just after you cross the Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait take the 2nd exit A5025 to Benllech/Amlwch. (5.8mls to next turn off) 

After you go through Pentraeth take 1st left on a large righthand bend signposted Llanbedrgoch/Llanerchymedd. 

Take 2nd left (1st left is just to church) when you reach Llanbedrgoch at a staggered crossroads (tight corner). You now have 1.25 miles to go to our driveway. Follow the lane past houses on the right out of the village - you will pass a white cottage on right as you enter a little wooded area. Pass large pillared house on right then a bungalow on left by entrance to Gwenfro Isaf. Down a small hill then up a small hill and you are almost there. 
We are 400 yards before the centre of the postcode so, before the GPS tells you that “you have reached your destination”, look for a bungalow on the left - Pen Yr Oror, (easily missed as it is behind a tall hedge but several telegraph poles on either side of the road) and turn down the tarmac drive beside it. On the right hand gatepost is YSGUBOR GWENFRO. Also Ty Lluan and Colomendy (our barns). Gwenfro Uchaf is on left gatepost. 
Our drive is 1/3 mile long.

The barns are at the bottom of the track on the right. Go all the way down until you see the barns and turn right over a small bridge.
Can’t miss the container on your right, call 07967874938 if I don’t spot you.

Nearest for essentials is Spar at the Texaco garage in Pentraeth.
Llangefni has an Asda, Iceland, Lidl and Aldi.
Benllech has a Tesco Express, Co-op and Spar.
Beaumaris has a Spar.
Menai Bridge has a Waitrose.
Bangor has a 24 hour Tesco, Aldi, Lidl, Asda and Morrisons.

Llangefni has a Boots and Newmark.
Benllech has a Newmark.
Beaumaris has a Newmark.
Menai Bridge has a Newmark.

Llangefni, - has a few (I’ve never used them)
Beaumaris - Central bakery is the best. Also a Castle Bakery
Menai Bridge has a Castle Bakery and a wonderful Artisan Bread shop on main street.

Best butchers are in:
Beaumaris – Moo, Baa, Oink – home grown Welsh beef etc
Menai Bridge – Swains on High St - good home made pies made daily.

Post Office
Pentraeth in Spar (last collection 4.30.)
Llangefni – main PO
Menai Bridge

Pentraeth – Texaco
Llangefni –Texaco (through town on road out to A55)
Menai Bridge – Shell (near Waitrose and Menai Bridge).

In Llangefni, Benllech, Beaumaris (ours) and Menai Bridge.
Cosy bespoke converted shipping container on 8 acres of farmland on the Isle of Anglesey. Perfect for ventures into Snowdonia or the beautiful nature of the island itself.
Self contained with all amenities, shower, w.c. Fresh eggs from our chickens provided. Local pubs and restaurants on the beach 2 miles away. Whether you want a quiet time relaxing or adventures in outdoor pursuits its the perfect location…
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Talwrn, Wales, Reino Unido

Anglesey is a busy tourist destination with plenty of eating out options and visitor attractions, Snowdonia national park 30min drive.

Anfitrión: Ben

Se registró en agosto de 2013
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Artists living in Anglesey, also hosting AirBnB container conversion on our family farm.
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Llegada: A partir de las 12:00
Salida: 10:00
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
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