A supremely comfortable holiday cottage for six on a peaceful farm in northwest Anglesey, just a kayak paddle away from the beach.
Anglesey lanes fringed with fields lead to a cluster of four barns next to the shimmering Penrhyn Bay - home to a family-run farm.
Stabal is a clever barn conversion, named after the old stables that once stood here. Inside is spacious and awash with light, from the kitchens with all the kit for the budding chefs to the lovely first-floor bedrooms, each with a TV and ensuite to freshen up.
Take all the barns located here for a larger group and get together for summer barbecues. Take one, and you won’t feel overlooked.
Nearby at the caravan park, you’ll find an outdoor tennis courts to help keep active (open Easter - end October).
This is fabulous walking and cycling country. The Anglesey Coastal path is on the doorstep, stretching away in both directions, and there is a web of country lanes and hills for bikes.
Blas Mwy (The Black Lion) is a short drive away, offering proper local home-cooked food and, in the winter, a fire. Sandy beach, close by, is ideal for sandcastle enthusiasts. The Wavecrest cafe (for lovers of enormous cream scones) or the Lobster Pot restaurant, which serves fresh seafood, at Church Bay are your rewards after a walk along the Anglesey coastal path.
Then back to a barbecue and drinks with a view – or dinner around the farmhouse table.
Sunny mornings are for coffee on the patio to plan a countryside walk. There’s plenty of local inspiration to explore.
Click on the map for local places of interest.