So looking forward to returning to Tyddyn Plwm. Unfortunately on entering the lodge it was clear that standa dos had dropped. The sink had well developed tea staining, mugs were also stained, the fridge had spillages inside, there was a general feeling of grubbiness. The shower cubical was awful, black mould on tyles along with pink scum in the corners and along the edges of the cubical. Within the first hour We cleaned as well as we could so that we felt comfortable.
Delyth was as busy as we remembered, once we did make contact she was apologetic about the state of the wi fi conection, we didn't say anything at the time about the cleanliness of the lodge, as the whole purpose of being there was to escape everyday pressures, we just didn't need the hassle. We decided to return home after two days the lack of hot water just topping the experience off.
The cottage was very comfortable and well equipped, and the location idyllic. There's plenty of great walking on Anglesey, indeed there is a variety of routes from the cottage through Newborough Forest to the beach. In the cottage there were details of a number of circular walks along the Anglesey coastal path, we completed several of these. Llanberis is 30-40 minutes drive from where you can walk up Snowdon, it's worth checking the forecast on the Met Office website so that you pick a day with good visibility. We had a great meal one evening at the Marram Grass, which is about 15 minutes walk across the dunes, booking is recommended. Thanks to Delyth and family for making us so welcome.
Very well equipped cabin with lovely views.
Great walks on the doorstep so brilliant for dogs.
Would have been even better if the garden was fully enclosed for small dogs too.
Friendly welcome. Amazing view of Snowdonia and the wild ponies on the sand dunes from the cottage. Lovely walks down to a sweeping beach and the whole of Anglesey to explore.
Have just returned from a 5 night break and have to say it really is an amazing place to stay. The converted stable is spotlessly clean and has everything that is needed for a self-catering holiday. Apart from bringing the basics we called in at Hootens to top up with a large selection of their frozen foods. Meat pies fruit tarts lasagne and a large selection of frozen veg ( no need to spend hours cooking!!). The water at Tyddyn Plwm is heated up by solar panels and also by the log burner which at this time of year is needed. It is very easy to use and unlike many other places the logs are free. The location is very close to both the beach and forest which our dog Isaac loved walking in. Tyddyn Plwm is close to many attractions but what we enjoyed the most was sitting out on the decking looking at the Snowdonia mountains over the Menai Straights. Delyth and Nigel are perfect hosts where nothing is too much trouble. Thank you both. We can't recommened Tyddyn Plwm highley enough and are looking forward to our 2 week stay later in the year.