A beautifully restored Bolthole for six nestled in the Anglesey countryside
Ty Coets (The Little Coach House)
New to Boltholes and Hideaways, Ty Coets (The Little Coach House) is a gem of a holiday cottage, tucked away in the Anglesey countryside not far from the village of LlanfairPG. Close to the National Trust’s Plas Newydd and just a short drive from the Sea Zoo, Foel Farm, Hooton’s Farm Shop and Menai Bridge. Well located for an enjoyable break on the island at any time of the year.
Ty Coets sleeps up to six people in three lovely bedrooms, one of them on the ground floor and ensuite.
The living space is open plan and framed by huge arched windows making it light and airy. The kitchen area is well equipped and meals can be enjoyed at the large farmhouse style table which seats up to six. With comfortable seating and a cheery wood burning stove, the sitting area draws you in to relax and enjoy the space around you and the rural views. There’s also a separate cosy snug area with a sofa, TV and DVD which is ideal for film nights for the kids or times when you want a little bit of space!
The downstairs bedroom is ensuite with a shower and has a door leading out onto the patio garden. A lovely space to read and relax.
Upstairs, you will find two further bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and one twin bedded room with original beams and a glaze view of the original stonework. They share a well-appointed family bathroom with bath – perfect for washing away the day when you return from exploring.
Outside, the small garden is fully enclosed and is a lovely place to enjoy a peaceful morning coffee or evening drink. There is designated parking for two cars and further visitor spaces if needed.
Sorry, no dogs.
Ty Coets is located in a beautifully quiet location, surrounded by ancient woods which are home to protected wildlife such as red squirrels, bats and newts. The Anglesey Coastal path runs along the driveway. A 10-minute walk to the west leads you to Bryn Celli Ddu whilst the Menai Strait is just 20 minutes stroll to the east. Plas Newydd is just across down the road – in fact, Ty Costs was originally part of the estate. Menai Bridge is just a 10-minute drive away, likewise local attractions such as the Sea Zoo and Halen Môn. A little further afield is the town Beaumaris. Whilst in the opposite direction is Newborough Forest which backs onto the most amazing sandy beach and views out over Snowdonia and the Llÿn Peninsula. So much to do!
- 1 double with ensuite on the ground floor
- First-floor king-size bedroom (folding guest bed also available)
- First-floor twin bedroom
Family bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, WC and basin
Open plan living area
- Kitchen area with breakfast bar – Buxton Woodwork kitchen, electric cooker and hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, microwave, kettle, toaster
- Dining area with farmhouse-style wooded dining table and chairs – seats up to six people
- Sitting area with comfortable seating, wood-burning stove with an initial supply of logs, smart TV and music system with Bluetooth and CD
- Separate “snug” area with sofa, TV and DVD
- Enclosed patio area with outdoor furniture and a Kadai fire pit/BBQ (logs available on request)
- Designated parking for two cars
- Additional visitor parking spaces available
High chair and travel cot (no bedding) available
Bed linen and towels provided
Sorry, no dogs
Please note that there are two open natural ponds nearby which are home to protected species of newt – young children should be supervised here at all times.
There are pubs, restaurants and a supermarket within a ten-minute drive from Ty Coets.