Ty Gwair is one of two beautiful conversions of the old stone cow sheds at Parc yr Odyn Farm (Ty Gwair meaning Hay Barn in Welsh).
It 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, to the front of the cottage, is a small patio area with seating, perfect for soaking up some sun. And at the rear, there is a larger sheltered patio with an outside dining table.
Step into the large entrance vestibule, and beyond, you will find a large living area with comfortable sofas around a wood-burning stove. The dining kitchen, with a separate second sitting area, leads out to the rear patio.
Upstairs there are two ensuite bedrooms, the rear being a twin. The large main suite leads out onto the upstairs balcony with a bistro set, perfect for enjoying superb views over farmland towards Snowdonia beyond.
Ty Gwair is a mile or so outside Pentraeth which has a great pub (The Panton Arms). Red Wharf Bay is nearby with its vast low-tide expanse of sandy beach and a great selection of pubs and restaurants. A perfect country Bolthole in which to base yourself to tour Anglesey!
For larger groups, Ty Gwair can also be booked alongside Beudy Odyn, which sleeps 2.
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