Closed during lockdown. Paddleboard is a cosy little cottage with loads of character. Remote location for families to escape. This is a perfect, peaceful location right on the Menai Strait. Whether you want watersports, a spot of fishing, a stroll with the dog along the shore or just relax with a good book. Located just 5 minutes away from the A55, Paddleboard is a perfect hub from which to explore the delights of Anglesey and Snowdonia. Moel y Don Cottage is also available here
“Paddleboard Cottage is a little gem with wonderful hosts in Nicki & Tom (and family). The cottage is well appointed, clean and cosy and is itself a lovely historic wood beam building. There is a small garden with hot tub where you can soak up the afternoon sun (or rain!) and enjoy the views over the Menai Straight towards Snowdon; our 4yr old simply loved it and it gave us a really lovely family activity to do together at the end of a busy day exploring. Location wise it is great, 10 mins drive from Menai Bridge, so within easy reach of the castles and adventure activities on the mainland but nicely tucked away from the hustle and bustle of mainland too. The shoreline is 100m from the cottage and at low-tide a large sandbar provides a fab place to exercise the dog and enjoy the space, light and peace (and wind!). There is a lovely church just behind the cottage and coastal walks you can do from the cottage so you don't have to get in the car if you dont want to. 10 mins away is the charming Sea zoo and Foel Farm and Anglesea Salt factory. Whilst we did not have time to explore much of Anglesea we loved all three attractions and they provided a great (and not commercialised) activity to do with our 4yr old. Nice and gentle! Food was great, we ate at Dylans in Menai Bridge which does awesome seafood and the Erskine in Conwy (after a long which served an amazing Sunday roast. All-in-all the cottage, hosts, location and the area gave us 3 amazing days and I highly recommend it!”
Located in the grounds of the court of Prince Llewellyn the ancient ruler of Wales, ‘Mabon’s House’ lies within a traditional stone built complex. Accessed up a flight of stone stairs you enter a newly refurbished, modern apartment that feels worlds away from its historical setting. The contemporary decoration and open plan living area gives a lovely feeling of space to the relaxed sitting room, dining area and fully equipped kitchen. The multi-aspect windows offer views out over the common, the rolling dunes, and the neighbouring farmland. The spacious double bedroom boasts an ensuite shower room and the skylights in the sloping ceilings allow a nightly glimpse of Anglesey’s renowned Dark Skies. Please note that once a booking has been accepted we will reach out and ask for your personal email address. Airbnb creates an unique email address for all correspondence, however it blocks any emails with attachments therefore we have been unable to send access and directions to allow customers to find and enter the property. We seek your personal email address to avoid this and to ensure smooth communications and a stress-free break with us on Anglesey.
“We stayed here in between Christmas and over to New Years. The apartment is really lovely. Spacious, clean, warm and quiet. There is everything you could need. It’s a short walk to the estuary and on to the beaches. It is a very quiet village but well placed for getting around the island. There is one pub in the village the Crown. It is very popular for eating so book well in advance.”
Great views, fantastic walking and cycling in Snowdonia National Park, close to Llanberis, Caernarfon, Anglesey and the beautiful North Wales coast. Great for couples and small families. The annex is in a quiet rural area with outstanding views, stepping straight out into the beautiful Welsh countryside.
“You don’t need to read the rest of the review, just get yourselves there! It’s definitely our most favourite stay there. The place was very comfortable, very clean and also the perfect location for getaway with all the lovely things to see to do by car or on foot. The communication was also great with them, giving us plenty of local tips too! You are close to Llanberis (10mins drive), 15 mins from Bangor which has all the major big supermarkets. We highly recommend this place. You will not be disappointed. Two days wasn’t enough as there is so much to do around there but we plan to come back on the near future for sure!”