Ty’n Llan Hen Stabl

Ty’n Llan Hen Stabl
01407 710167

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Diweddarwyd ddiwethaf ar 22 Mawrth 2019

A delightful whitewashed cottage converted from the old stables with sea view and beach nearby. It lies at the end of a single track lane adjacent to historic 5th century Llanbadrig church on the Isle of Anglesey. The beautiful coves, caves and rock pools of White Lady Bay are a 5 minute walk away and are always a popular spot for our guests.

Hen Stabl, is centrally heated & double glazed and will sleep up to 4 and 1 baby in comfort. It has 1 double bedroom and there is a double sofa bed in the lounge. A cot & high chair are available on request. Please choose the sofa bed and/or cot and high chair options when booking.

The bathroom is in the centre of the property and has a toilet, sink and double ended bath with overhead shower. The sitting/dining area has a 3 seater leather sofa bed and a chair, also the dining table and chairs. The kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and gas hob, fridge and freezer, microwave and dishwasher. The kitchen also has a large cupboard with a Hoover, iron and ironing board for your convenience. A hairdryer is provided in the bedroom.

All of the rooms have a frontal sea view with the kitchen and sitting room having double aspect views enjoying the sea and open fields behind. Outside there is a large patio and grass area with garden furniture and outside light. Perfect for a BBQ (provided you just require charcoal) and enjoying the evening. Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are included in the fees. Please bring your own towels for beach use. We accept up to 2 well-behaved house trained dogs, please state at time of booking.


  • Free Parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Sea Views
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Children Welcome


  • 1 double
  • 1 sofa_bed
  • Bàth gyda chawod drosodd
  • n a dillad gwely - dewch â thywelion traeth eich hun
  • Teledu
  • Dim ysmygu

Ty’n Llan Hen Stabl

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