Beudy Odyn is one of two beautiful conversions of the old stone cow sheds at Parc yr Odyn Farm (Beudy meaning Shippon in Welsh).
Parc yr Odyn is still a working farm and the owners keep their flocks of sheep on the adjoining land, which makes lambing time an especially lovely time of year here. The owners also run the Anglesey Môn Distillery, which is always good to know!!
Outside the cottage is a patio area with seating, perfect for soaking up some sun. Step inside where you will find one large open space that incorporates a seating area, a kitchen and dining area and a sleeping area with a comfy king size bed. There's a separate bathroom through from the bed area.
The kitchen is well equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, hob, oven and a washing machine. High ceilings and large velux windows give plenty of light while the cosy sitting area is the perfect place to warm your toes in front of the open fire on colder evenings.
Beudy Odyn is a mile or so outside of Pentraeth which has a great pub (The Panton Arms). Nearby is Red Wharf Bay with at low tide has a vast, sandy beach and a great selection of pubs and restaurants.
A perfect country Bolthole in which to base yourself to tour Anglesey! Beudy Odyn can be booked alongside Ty Gwair which is next door and sleeps 4 to create a combined holiday pad for six.
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