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Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, LL61

Key features

  • Holiday Accommodation With A Difference
  • Brand New Luxury Log Built Chalet
  • Log Chalet With Large Bathroom With Freestanding Bath And Steam Shower
  • Log Chalet With LPG Gas Central Heating, Wood Burning Stove And Double Glazing
  • Recent New Cabin Addition
  • 2 Unique Shepherd’s Huts & Communal Hut
  • Shepherd’s Huts With En-Suite Bathroom Facilities
  • Shepherd’s Huts With Log Burners And Electric Underfloor Heating
  • Standing On A Generous 0.4 Acre Fully Enclosed Plot With Gated Entrance
  • Extensive Parking For 6 + Cars



Turning holiday accommodation on its head… what a wonderful setup and peaceful setting! Luxury log cabin, two delectable Shepherd Huts and Family Hut situated on the Isle of Anglesey, standing on a generous plot of some 0.4 of an Acre together with a purpose made parking area. Beautifully appointed and highly desirable.

You know that feeling of anticipation you get when you're about to head off on holiday, you know, when you're sitting at work dreaming of your chosen destination, the accommodation, the places you'll visit and see – if you could bottle that feeling, you'd be a rich person! Well, just feast your eyes on this: A Brand New Luxurious Chalet (recently added) and delectable Shepherd Huts situated in a wonderful peaceful setting on the Isle of Anglesey. Standing on a generous plot of some 0.43 of an Acre together with a purpose made parking area, Cwtch (a Welsh word which involves a real hearty hug!) is essentially two highly individual huts, affectionately known as Nain (Grandma) and Taid (Grandpa). Sandwiched between them is a further hut known as Teulu or Family in English – this additional space offers an expanded cooking and relaxation area together with a spacious decked patio. This arrangement has now been joined by a new chalet of generous proportions it has to be said and fully equipped and ready when you are. All in all, you'll be bowled over by the sheer quaintness and the attention to detail. The huts are based around an original 19th century hut design (by local craftsmen) to bring together traditional craftsmanship with the creature comforts and convenience of modern living. Charming through and through, each hut is built on an oak chassis with iron wheels (with secure ground anchors) and features solid oak glazing, under-floor heating, a kitchen area complete with granite worktop, inset hob, mini fridge, microwave oven and coffee machine – in fact, fully equipped and ready to go and needless to say, bathroom facilities are as modern and clean as you'd expect. To complete the picture, each hut has a purpose made wood burning stove and even features a reclaimed stained glass window for that special finishing touch. Cwtch borders an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is just under 1 mile from the coastline and a host of popular attractions whilst views are afforded from the locality towards the Snowdonia Mountains. This is most certainly a unique opportunity to acquire holiday accommodation with a difference – capture the excitement of camping whilst retaining home comforts…now that's glamping for you! Cwtch was also awarded the Visit Wales 'Gold' accreditation for its category of glamping in November 2018 – the highest accolade you can get in Visit Wales!

Cwtch is located within the lush countryside of Anglesey, being within walking distance of the foreshore of the Menai Strait where it opens out into the Irish Sea, providing superb coastal walks. The neighbouring village of Brynsiencyn is also within walking distance, offering local amenities and a pub. The unsurpassed Newborough forest and beach are a short drive to the west which includes the historic Llanddwyn Island, the main A4080 ensuring all the local beauty spots and historical sites can be reached with ease, including the A55 expressway and the city of Bangor located on the mainland. Anglesey is an interesting and historical island with some fantastic scenery and a hugely diverse coastline - a mixture of sandy beaches, rocky coves and dramatic cliffs offering much in the way of sailing and water sports together with the recently completed coastal path. With the backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range to the south, this really is a beautiful corner of Wales.


Living Room

5.9m x 4.65m


4.77m x 2.92m

Utility Room

2.92m x 2.28m

Bedroom 1

4.07m x 2.92m

Bedroom 2

4.07m x 2.92m


2.92m x 2.45m

Shepherd Hut (Nain)

5.31m x 2.11m

Shepherd Hut (Taid)

4.37m x 2.11m

Shepherd Hut (Teulu)

5.42m x 2.1m

New Cabin Addition

4.7m x 6.34m

Council Tax Band



We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Drainage. Mains water and electricity are currently taken from the owner’s property, however when the property is purchased the new owners will need to install these services as they will no longer be supplied by the house.


LPG Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).


We have been informed the tenure is freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor’s solicitors should confirm title.


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Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, LL61


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Dafydd Hardy Commercial, Gwynedd

156 High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1NU

Dafydd Hardy Commercial, Gwynedd

Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors are a privately run, independent business with 5 offices covering Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy. With over 28 years' experience, the business has accumulated numerous prestigious awards along the way.

The business was started by Dafydd Hardy and Richard Thomas (both RICS Chartered Surveyors) in 1992 and is now a well-established and successful enterprise in North Wales, renowned and acknowledged for its expertise and vast experience in al

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