Blochdy

Brynsiencyn, Anglesey

  • 4 Star

Gellir archebu'r llety hwn o:

  • £415 yr wythnos
  • £59 y noson
  • 4 Star

Nodweddion

Gweithgareddau gerllaw

  • Cerdded
  • Beicio
  • Marchogaeth

Nodweddion Arbennig

  • Tân agored neu stôf goed
  • Pecyn croeso
  • Golygfeydd cefn gwlad
  • Golygfeydd o'r môr neu'r arfordir

Gwelyau ac ystafelloedd gwely

  • Dillad gwely yn gynwysedig
  • 1 gwely king/super-king
  • 3 o welyau sengl

Cegin

  • Peiriant golchi dillad
  • Peiriant sychu dillad
  • Peiriant golchi llestri
  • Rhewgell

Ystafell ymolchi

  • 1 ystafell ymolchi
  • 1 toiled
  • Tywelion ar gael
  • Cawod

Teuluoedd

  • Addas i deuluoedd
  • Cot trafeilio
  • Cadair uchel

Awyr Agored

  • Gardd, iard neu batio
  • Gardd neu iard amgaeëdig
  • Barbaciw
  • Parcio preifat

Hygyrchedd

  • Toiled ar y llawr gwaelod
  • Ystafell wely ar y llawr gwaelod
  • Cawod cerdded i mewn

Pwysig - noder os gwelwch yn dda

House Rules

  • Amser cyrraedd: 4pm
  • Amser gadael: 10am

Disgrifiad

Mwynhewch groeso cynnes yn y bwthyn diddorol hwn sydd gerllaw ffermdy'r perchennog ac sy'n dyddio o'r ail ganrif ar bymtheg, gyda golygfeydd ar draws Afon Menai i Gaernarfon ac Eryri o'r ardd a'r ystafell haul. Wedi ei leoli yng nghefn gwlad ger pentref Brynsiencyn, 5 milltir o bentref enwog Llanfarirpwllgwyngyll...., 7 milltir o draeth trawiadol Niwbwrch ac oddeutu 7 milltir o ddinas prifysgol Bangor.

'Roedd Fferm y Foel, sydd y tu allan i'r pentref, yn boblogaidd iawn gyda fy mhlant pan oeddent yn iau! Mae yma awyrgylch gyfeillgar ble mae'n bosib bwydo a dal yr anifeiliaid, mynd am dro ar y tractor, neu ar gefn y ceffyl. Ceir yma hefyd gaffi a gweithdy siocled ble gellir gweld y siocledi yn cael eu gwneud' gan Jacky, ein rheolwr llety lleol. 

Mae'r bwthyn yn llawn cymeriad, y rhan fwyaf ar un llawr gydag ambell i step y tu mewn. Mae Eira, y perchennog, yn byw drws nesaf, ac ar gael i helpu i wneud i'r gwyliau redeg mor esmwyth â phosib. Croesewir cwn yma ac mae cenel cynnes ar gael os dymunir (mae'r perchennog yn brîdio 'cocker spaniels'). Gwres canolog a digon o le parcio. Croglofft agored, gyda grisiau serth yn arwain i fyny, yn rhoi ystafell wely ychwanegol gyda gwely sengl. 

The Living Room: this open-plan living/dining room and kitchen has been renovated with charm, using local reclaimed materials. There is a feature fireplace with a woodburning stove (initial logs supplied) and Freeview TV/DVD/CD and WiFi (Super Fast Fibre Broadband)There is a dining area with table and chairs.  4 x USB charging points in this room

The Kitchen: the well-equipped, handmade kitchen has a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, electric cooker and microwave.  Guests also have access to a shared washing machine and tumble dryer in a utility room. The kitchen is well set up for home cooking with plenty of pans and cooking equipment.

The Sun Room: adjoining the living room is this lovely sun room with views of fields to one side and across the garden on the other. There is a selection of smart conservatory furniture and an electric heater for the cooler days.

There are two pretty ground floor bedrooms and the crog loft.

Bedroom 1: the double bedroom with king size bed looks over the garden, has a built-in wardrobe and lots of extras such as a radio and bath robes.

Bedroom 2: is a twin room with a garden view, again with a built-in wardrobe and lots of extras.

The Crog loft: has an additional single bed and is accessed up a steep ladder so not suitable for young children.

The Family Bathroom: is a smart modern shower room, fully tiled, with a heated towel rail and underfloor heating, a corner shower cubicle with large shower head and shower seat.

Outside: at the front is plenty of parking space and a pretty cottage garden. At the back are lawned gardens with a small football goal and a paved area with seating and a barbeque. The views over the Menai Straits to Caernarfon castle are lovely.

Brynsiencyn is a small village in an excellent location for exploring some of Anglesey’s best beaches and historical sites. Just outside the village is an ancient ritual site as old as the Egyptian pyramids, which is close to some of the tallest standing stones in Wales dating from the Bronze Age. The vast Llanddwyn beach and Newborough Forest, with its cycling and walking trails, is a short drive away, as is the popular Anglesey Sea Zoo and the National Trust's Plas Newydd. Foel Farm is just outside the village and popular with children who can hold the animals and go on a tractor ride. The Snowdonia National Park is about 12 miles away with its picturesque lakes, mountains and castles.

Oil central heating included. £10 electricity included then by coin meter.

Bed linen and towels provided

Cot and high chair available

Max 4 adults

No smoking inside please

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