Stable Caravan is in the paddock on our Anglesey smallholding where we keep horses and a llama. It is in a area of outstanding natural beauty near the village of Llanfaethlu. It has open views to the sea.
The views from the living area of the caravan are spectacular reaching out to Holy Island and The Skerries.
The caravan has three bedrooms - two twins and a double - as well as a shower room, and open-plan kitchen, living and dining area.
Close to the coastal path, we are just 10 minutes' walk from the beach, and a 10 minute drive to the town of Holyhead. This is an amazing area for beaches, walking, horse riding or just relaxing.
Marvel at the wild sweeping North-West coastline of the island. There's stunning coastal scenery, coves, caves, beaches and rock pools. The Anglesey Coastal Path is close you can access this most majestic of shorelines and set off on a journey of discovery.
Every thing you may need is provided, bedding, towels, pots and pans, even toilet roll!
We have 2 stables available by prior arrangement at an additional cost if you wish to bring your horses/ponies with you on holiday.
Journey along the western shores to visit Church Bay, with its pebble and sand beach, by the Church Bay beach is the Lobster Pot, a wonderful seafood The lovely little Wave crest cafe serves snacks and cream scones. Porth Trwyn (known as Borthwen Beach locally) is a quiet haven with sand at low tide and rock pools.
The Sandy Beach is a short drive or 30 minute walk and here the beach of sands stretches as far as the eye can see.
Anglesey is only 22 miles long nowhere is very far. The island boasts many attractions for adults and children alike. Trac Mon and Rhosneigr are 25 minutes' drive, the beautiful Newborough forest and Llandwyn Island are 30 minutes' drive, The Anglesey Sea Zoo, and Halen Mon are 35 minutes as is Foel Farm.
Pili Palas (butterfly palace) is 30 minutes and Parys Mountain the copper mine is 20 minutes.
The fishing port of Cemaes is 20 minutes.
Only a few miles away is the port town of Holyhead, not just offering the convenience of supermarkets but also links to Ireland. The A55 expressway is 10 minutes giving easy access to the mainland.
Close to the coastal path, we are just 10 minutes' walk from the beach, and a 10 minute drive to the town of Holyhead. This is an amazing area for beaches, walking or just relaxing. Llanfaethlu is a small hamlet and is a very peaceful area. We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Close to many beaches that are great for relaxing and or fishing.
Blas Mwy/Black Lion a lovely gift shop and cafe serving breakfast dinner and afternoon tea.
We are a 10 minute drive from Melyn Llynon the only working windmill on Anglesey and a five minute drive from the famous Lobster Pot restaurant and Swtan heritage museum the last thatched cottage on Anglesey that has been renovated to depict life in the 1700s
Beautiful views, lovely location, beautiful spot. stress free so relaxing.
Just 7 miles from the A 55
For the 2019 season the caravan has no outdoor area other than parking space, and we have reduced the price accordingly.
1 dog allowed, £10 per night.
Prices are for 5 guests, any over 5 are charged at £20 pppn extra.
Last updated 19 January 2020
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