Groups of up to 24 people can share a holiday in 5 Star comfort complete with private sauna
thanks to Crugeran Farm Holidays, on the picturesque Llŷn Peninsula in North Wales.
Crugeran is a large working farm with five top quality holiday cottages resplendent with the wow
factor. All have been imaginatively created from former livestock buildings. The larger two, for 10
and 14 people, are about a mile away. They can be hired separately or joined together for larger
gatherings while still allowing people to enjoy some personal space.
A hi-tech shower in each the larger cottages doubles as a steam cabins. One also has a whirlpool
bath for 2 and a 4 poster bed.
All 5 properties are furnished and equipped to exceptionally high standards with many enjoyable
features. Outdoors, guests can enjoy private dining patios as well as touring the farm. There is a
large communal play area with a trampoline and climbing frame and there are wonderful walks all
around. Crugeran, near the Coastal Path, has Walkers Welcome status from Visit Wales.
Owner Rhian Parry says: “Within a few miles you can visit the popular sailing destination of
Abersoch, go to the quaint village of Aberdaron on the tip of the peninsula or perhaps try Tŷ Coch,
which has been voted 3rd best beach bar in the world.”
Contact details: Crugeran Farm Holidays, Crugeran, Sarn Mellteyrn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 8DT; tel
01758 730 375 or 07891 389143 email firstname.lastname@example.org website
Castellor Bed & Breakfast has become almost as much a destination as Anglesey itself for visitors who have discovered it. They love the boutique facilities of this grown-ups only venue, together with stunning sea views over the ruggedly beautiful Cemaes Bay on the northern coast of this Welsh jewel of an island.
Reviews and testimonials pay tribute to the exceptional standards of comfort and attention to detail provided by hosts Lavinia & Neil Walker. Luxurious amenities in the five guest rooms include superior pocket sprung beds, finest linens and en suite facilities. Special touches include high quality complimentary toiletries and guest tray with homemade lemon drizzle cake, a drying room for dealing with wet walking and cycling gear and deliciously superior breakfasts, not just a perfect full Welsh but also alternatives like pancakes and scrambled eggs and smoked salmon.
Castellor is a newly renovated Georgian house on a hilltop half a mile from the village of Cemaes, which has pubs, shops and a heritage centre. Close by is the sandy beach of Traeth Mawr, along with the promenade, harbour and slipway. The area is also handy for Holyhead, the ferry port for Dublin.
Castellor notches up near perfect marks on the Booking.com website. Lavinia says: “We offer a totally personal service and the location is excellent. People are thrilled by it.”
Staying at Aberconwy House puts you in the heart of Snowdonia National Park and within easy reach of all the fabulous attractions for which North Wales is famous, including the gigantic Mount Snowdon, Zip Fforest adventure park and the scenic steam trains of Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways.
Aberconwy House bed & breakfast overlooks beautiful Betws y Coed, which is surrounded by the Gwydir Forest and known for its magical woodland, rivers and waterfalls, specialist shops for outdoor adventurers and a 1930s suspension bridge.
Betws y Coed is serious walking and climbing country and your host at Aberconwy House, Pippa Crawford, can happily help you plan your ideal itinerary.
The house has nine en suite letting bedrooms, some with king sized beds and the others either super king sized or split into twin beds depending on your preference.
This child friendly non-smoking facility has been recently refurbished and the tastefully decorated rooms each have generous hospitality trays, flat screen TVs and other comforts. Traditional full cooked breakfasts are served with the best of local products including yoghurt and Welsh cakes.
Min Y Mor
Family friendly, disabled friendly, dog friendly and in the Snowdonian seaside resort of Barmouth, the seafront Min Y Mor Hotel is the perfect place for a get away break at any time of year.
The Min Y Mor is a 26 bedroom hotel in a quiet spot on the promenade with a sandy Blue Flag beach across the road. It is only a few minutes’ walk – on the flat – into the town centre where you can find an array of shops, cafes, pubs and amusements.
Walkers and cyclists are spoiled for choice in this mountainous and famously beautiful part of Wales, and the Min Y Mor has secure bike storage and a drying room for wet clothes. Sea fishing, horse riding, golf and exciting cycle trails are all nearby and the hotel is wonderfully well placed for numerous fascinating places, including the historic castle towns of Harlech, Criccieth and Caernarfon and, of course, Mount Snowdon.
Run by Faith Atkins and her mum, Helen, The Min Y Mor has a restaurant, bistro, bar, beer garden and children’s play area. Excellent chefs mastermind all meals to tasty perfection using fresh local ingredients and guests can enjoy special breaks with bed, breakfast and evening meal. The guest bedrooms are modern and well furnished.
“It’s a fantastic location,” says Faith.
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