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Ty CwyfanCheck In: 5pm | Check Out: 11am
Tŷ Cwyfan 'Cwyfan's House' is set within a complex of traditional stone cottages built within the historical grounds of the court of Prince Llywelyn, the greatest ruler of Wales.
Despite the historical setting, the accommodation has been beautifully refurbished with lots of modern touches to ensure a relaxing and comfortable stay.
Tŷ Cwyfan is pet-friendly, welcoming two well-behaved pets to stay.
The open plan living, kitchen and dining area is bright and spacious, maximising the natural sunlight that floods in through the multi-aspect windows and glass door to the patio and perfectly framing the rural surroundings.
The living room is furnished with two sofas, a large wall-mounted flat-screen TV and there is a dining table to seat up to six guests. Outside, there is a small patio with a bench table where you can enjoy your morning coffee and breakfast in the sun.
The well-equipped kitchen runs along the back wall and has everything you need to prepare family meals, a beach picnic, or a packed lunch ready for a day's adventure along the Anglesey Coastal Path.
Hidden away is a small utility area with a washing machine to take care of all your holiday laundry without disturbing you.
Each of the three bedrooms boasts luxury ensuite shower rooms, so there will be no fighting over which room to choose.
The master bedroom has a full king-size bed and there are two twin rooms. The ideal set-up for family holidays.
Thanks to the clever layout and styling of this property the bedrooms are located away from the living rooms, so your children can sleep without being disturbed by after dinner chat or sound from the television.
Guests to Tŷ Cwyfan will enjoy many onsite amenities on the Llys Llewelyn heritage and accommodation complex, including laundry facilities, ample parking space, a unisex Hair and Beauty salon and a popular bar and kitchen which serves afternoon tea, traditional home-cooked dishes and a selection of irresistible cakes and scones!
Who is Tŷ Cwyfan for?
Tŷ Cwyfan is an ideal accommodation choice for small family or friend groups who want to enjoy a relaxing holiday without being too remote. It offers the perfect base for investigating historical Aberffraw and the Anglesey Coastal Path.
This property forms part of the Llys Llewellyn cluster which includes seven properties in total allowing for a very flexible arrangement to accommodate larger groups of friends or extended family.
Please get in touch and ask us about our multiple booking discounts.
Want to book activities?
At Anglesey Holiday Lettings we are partnered with a selection of local activity organisers to bring you the maximum fun and enjoyment during your stay. If you would like to organise any activities such as water sports, golf at Anglesey Golf Club, massage treatments, adventure sports, restaurant discounts, and a host of children's fun excursions, please speak to us and we'll help you organise them!
On hand when you need us
The management team live close by in Rhosneigr village and will ensure that everything is as it should be ahead of your arrival. And we are always on call throughout your stay for anything you need.
A welcome pack will be ready for you on arrival with milk, tea, coffee, sugar, multi-purpose spray, sponge, jay cloth, washing up liquid, hand soap and Welsh biscuits
All properties have a Welcome Folder to help familiarise guests with the property, the local area and the island
All bed linens and towels are Hotel Quality satin white as standard and commercially laundered in between each stay
All of our properties comply with all Fire Safety Regulations
*An infant/child is defined as a person who sleeps in a travel cot. An infant is an additional person to the maximum occupancy stated for each property.
Aberffraw is a small, quiet village on the west coast of Anglesey at the mouth of the gently flowing River Ffraw, renowned for its spectacular sand dunes and immense stretch of sandy beach.
The village itself sits on the site of a medieval 'llys' (princely court), which was home to the Royal House of Aberffraw from which Llewelyn Fawr or Llewelyn the Great, descended.
Llewelyn was the de facto ruler of all Wales for 40 years. There is no denying the historical importance of the House of Aberffraw with many local places and names still bearing reference to this era.
Today Aberffraw is a peaceful and scenic get-away-from-it-all village. Ideal for guests looking for a tranquil base to explore the Coastal path. It is a walker's paradise with plenty of trails for all levels.
Follow the path down the estuary to catch a glimpse of local bird species and where the river meets the sea, you can take in the inspiring sea and mountain scenery, with Bardsey Island and the Llyn Peninsula beyond.
Head in the other direction and you may catch cattle grazing gently in the heathland, as you head over the impressive sand dune range to 'Traeth Mawr', which literally translates to 'big' or 'great' beach with its endless sand dunes, Traeth Mawr has been called the Sahara of Wales!
Aberffraw Village boasts a fantastic pub 'Y Goron' or 'The Crown', which serves hearty, home-cooked food. The village shop is on hand for all the essentials and you can sample the delicious cakes served at the Llys Llewelyn tea rooms. The bracing walks along the Anglesey Coastal Path will work up a healthy appetite so you won't feel guilty about your home-cooked pub dinner or a cake or two!
The Church in the Sea or 'St Cwyfan's' church is another must-see during your trip to Aberffraw. Built in the 7th century, the church now stands on the islet of Cribinau separated from the mainland by years of coastal erosion.
Against the odds this beautiful little church stands proud and bravely on a rock, and is quite a sight to behold. Church services are held regularly in the summer months, with occasional weddings and christenings, all of course romantically dictated by the tides! The cove in which the church sits, is a gentle walk of about a mile from Aberffraw village.
If the village doesn't offer you enough history, the nearby Neolithic burial chamber of Barclodiad y Gawres is a must-see, not just for the history and heritage but the surrounding walks and views are simply stunning.
Barclodiad y Gawres lies about four miles from Aberffraw, or a short drive of two miles will bring you to a parking spot from where it is a 5-10 minute, fairly level walk along a narrow path.
Further afield the larger village of Rhosneigr is four miles away by road or seven miles if you take the coast path – trust us, you won't be disappointed. There is a daily, regular bus service for those who don't want to walk back!
Whatever your plans for your Anglesey holiday, you will not fail to be charmed by the historic, proud and immensely scenic little Welsh gem that is Aberffraw.