Llynon Lodge is a beautiful, luxurious, romantic rural retreat gatehouse sleeping up to 4 people, set in its own private grounds, 10 minutes drive to the nearest beaches but with a network of cycle routes, footpaths and bridleways accessible from its front door.
Set in a peaceful, rural place, with a small local population, this exceptionally beautiful property started life as a gatehouse for Llynon Hall. It underwent extensive renovation in 2009 and is now the ultimate luxury holiday cottage in Anglesey. It has the feel, look and quality of a luxurious boutique hotel but all the privacy of your very own stylish accommodation, offering you the best of both worlds!
If you’re the sort of person who likes to get out and about and explore, but also likes to curl up with a good book, this the place for you. Llynon Lodge will simply exceed your expectations; its old stone walls enclose an elegantly designed, highly contemporary house, with extensive use of natural stone, wood and slate.
The hall leads onto a dining room and fireside snug, with a compact but fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher beyond. Up a short flight of stairs, on the first floor, there is a double bedroom, which has a balcony overlooking the fabulous views of the glade. The bathroom is also on this floor and is suitably luxurious, with a power shower plus a magnificent square bath in which to soak away the exertions of the day.
Downstairs is the large lounge, complete with a fully featured entertainment centre including TV, DVD and iPod dock, and the exceptionally comfortable twin bedroom with views across the stream to the trees. The lounge has French windows, which open onto a large deck, perfect for sunbathing or evening drinks. Underfloor heating ensures you stay cosy whatever the weather.
A short walking distance from the Lodge along a quiet lane is the lovely Llynnon windmill which, along with its tearoom and shop, underwent extensive renovation, completed in 1986. Offering an insight into rural life in Wales through the ages, “the only working windmill in Wales” is well worth a visit, particularly as the stoneground flour is available to buy at the windmill shop along with a range of local arts crafts and liquors! There are also Neolithic dwellings to look around showing a range of Neolithic agricultural tools as well as a popular tearoom selling homemade cakes.
As ever, the sea is never far away – Porth Tywyn Mawr (Green Coast Award), Porth Trefadog, Porth Trwyn and Church Bay / Porth Swtan (Blue Flag Award) are all just 10 – 15 minutes’ drive away.
We’re sorry, but no pets are allowed at Llynon Lodge.