Writers Cottage, Llangefni LL77 7SG

From £165 per night
Sleeps 8, 3 Bedrooms, WIFI, Family friendly, Dog friendly

Follow in the footsteps of the famous Welsh poet Robert Hughes with a stay at this stunning 17th century stone house, set among four acres of beautiful untouched land conveniently located in the cultural heart of Anglesey.

Pack up the car and take the family to explore the natural and cultural attractions of the beautiful island. When your day of exploring is done, enjoy a BBQ feast in the outdoor dining area, or relax and unwind in the hot tub while you gaze at the stars.

Llangefni LL77 7SG
Sleeps 8
Family friendly
Dog friendly
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Living Spaces

You'll feel right at home the moment you step foot into The Writer's Cottage, with a warm and airy entrance hall for you to kick off your boots and hang up your coats. There's also ample floor storage for umbrellas and other outdoor items that you might need on your adventures around Anglesey.

The lounge offers a cosy atmosphere, the perfect place for a calm and relaxing evening spent with family or friends. Sink into the large corner sofa after a day of exploring, enjoy a morning coffee on the soft armchair, or watch the wildlife outside from the window seat. Youll also find the wood burning fireplace an enticing spot if youd prefer to just pull up a chair with a book.

If youre looking for somewhere to play games or watch a film, head into the snug. This cosy yet sophisticated space is a great place to hang out, and it also contains a pull-out sofa bed to provide extra sleeping arrangements.

The Writer's Cottage contains all the amenities and little luxuries required for maximum comfort and sleeps upto 8 guests, with two spacious and stylish double bedrooms and a mezzanine double bedroom containing along with the snug with additional sleeping space of a double sofa bed.

Each of the bedrooms has been carefully designed and decorated with earthy, rich tones and plush furnishings to ensure a relaxing nights sleep. The master bedroom contains an en-suite bathroom with a large walk-in shower. The second bedroom features 1.5m freestanding bath.

The third bedroom features a mezzanine level above the snug. On the mezzanine level there is a Kind size bed and the snug features double sofa bed with 40 inch TV.

In addition to the en-suite bath and shower facilities, the house also contains an upstairs and downstairs WC that have been designed with natural materials such as oak units and stone tiled floors to bring more of the outside inside and give the rooms a serene atmosphere.

The kitchen is the beating heart of The Writer's Cottage, an eclectic space for you to indulge your culinary fantasies, starting with some special recipes that we've carefully prepared for you using wild elderflower and blackberries that you can forage from the garden.

In the kitchen youll find an abundance of shelves and storage units with everything you could ever need to produce the dish of your dreams. At the far end of the kitchen, a large integrated fridge-freezer and built-in storage unit means youll never be short of places to keep food items fresh.

Through the kitchen sits the dining room, an atmospheric, central space for guests to come together around the 8-seater dining table and share a meal or some after dinner games.

Y Glyn is secluded in four acres of land, comprised of pristine landscaped gardens and a pleasant untouched wildflower paddock with elderflower and blackberries ripe for picking.

In the garden youll also have access to a hot tub, BBQ and fire pit, and outdoor dining area giving you the perfect excuse to switch off, recharge and be at one with nature surrounded by blissful Welsh countryside. There is also our polytunnel where we grow our own fruit, herbs and veg for guests to help themselves to. After a days hiking there is nothing better than a good soak in the hot tub relax


North west of Wales, just off the mainlands coastline, youll find an island steeped in history and natural beauty. A destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. A magical place where you can inspire your senses with new sights, sounds, smells and tastes and get away from it all.

Welcome to Anglesey.

Anglesey really does have it all. Stunning landscapes, unspoilt coastlines and picturesque towns and villages just waiting to be explored. Miles of scenic walking and cycling routes await you, along with some of the best adventure activities in the UK and an eclectic array of local eateries, from Michelin star restaurants to fish and chips by the sea.

Adventure Awaits

Whether you're a water baby, a speed demon or prefer more relaxing pursuits, Anglesey's got something for you. Take to the seas on a daring rib boat ride, explore the rolling countryside by foot or bike, or visit the islands ancient ruins and learn more about its rich culture and heritage.

Get back to nature

Much of Anglesey's coastline has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and the island boasts a vast and diverse array of plant and animal life. Whatever the time of year, the legendary beaches offer an exceptional day out with vast stretches of sand, safe swimming and windswept bays where a bracing walk and rock pooling are the call of the day.

Things to do - Eat Out

Anglesey has a thriving food scene and some amazing options, from causal dinners to a romantic night out. Bon Appetite!

Dont just take our word for it though – come and experience Anglesey for yourself.

The Y Glyn Estate

Y Glyn is conveniently located near Llangefni, a market town and Anglesey's cultural capital. Set within four acres of beautiful untouched land, the farm estate is home to a Welsh stone Cottage and stone Bothy.

Dating back to the 1600s, the house was originally called Ceint Bach and is most famous as the birthplace of the renowned Welsh poet, Robert Hughes from 1744 to 1785. It was also the home of William Jones, MP for Arvon, from 1857 to 1915.

When youre done foraging wild elderflower and blackberries at Y Glyn, head out to explore Llangefnis cultural attractions and the islands coastlines, with both only a 10-minute drive away. If you fancy heading further afield, venture over to the nearby Menai Bridge, the gateway to the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.