Tucked away in the magical gardens of Ty Fry Manor, this beautiful holiday cottage is a real nature getaway and retreat. Drive past the owners’ 17th-century Manor and into your own courtyard. Ty Fry Cottage is hidden within an enchanting wild garden… this place is steeped in charm.
Enter the stable door into a hallway with wobbly walls and find two beautifully dressed bedrooms. One double is small but perfectly formed with tumbling roses tapping the glass. The other is more spacious with a dreamy feel and lovely linens. The morning bird song is magnificent. The bathroom is one to linger in for a long soak.
Up the steep stairs is a fabulous living area under the eaves, with a kitchen to cook up a storm. This is a relaxed, unfussy place - flop down on comfy sofas by the fire in the living area and read up on local history. Or sit for hours at the dining table and eat fresh local seafood.
Or, sit out on your private terrace looking out at the idyllic gardens. Time stands still here at Ty Fry Cottage… so peaceful, so much wildlife. Delight in it all or head out for local food at Red Wharf Bay – The Old Boathouse Restaurant has seafood and also does the best breakfasts by the beach. The Ship Inn is also on the edge of the water with views to give you an appetite.
Beaumaris is a hop and a skip away and is an eclectic mix of shops, galleries and eateries. The pier is quite breathtaking with views of the Snowdonia mountains and the waters of the Menai Strait really shine from here. A 30-minute drive back over the Britannia bridge will plunge you deep into the heart of Snowdonia.
Bring your hiking boots or bikes, stride out from the door and enjoy the local hedgerows and coastal walks. There’s a reassuring timelessness to it all.
Click on the map for local places of interest.