• The kitchen in Wren Cottage
  • The lounge in Wren Cottage
    View from Wren's lounge
  • View from Wren

Cottage Description

Wren cottage sleeps two in a very spacious king bedroom and open plan kitchen/lounge.

A cosy bright stone cottage with comfortable furnishings. Wren Cottage has the most magnificent view across to the Malltraeth Estuary, you can sit and watch the tide coming and going and enjoy the solitude and peace this peaceful location offers.

Open plan living room with comfy sofas well positioned to soak up the view, dining table and chairs to one side, and well equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, larder fridge and microwave.

Bright and cheerful double bedroom with fabulous views. The shower room has a large shower with lots of hot water provided by solar energy and wind power, electric towel rail and shaver point.


  • One kin-size bedroom
  • Exposed ceiling beams and wooden floors throughout
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Oven, microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle
  • Access to communal laundry room with 2 washing machines and 2 dryers
  • Travel cot and highchair on request
  • Solar powered under-floor heating
  • Waste water disposed of through a reed bed system
  • Internet Access in the Library and the Games Room
  • Dark Sky Discoveries award for stargazing and astronomy
  • Pets allowed (£10)
  • Ample Parking

Week: from £300 to £600. Please select the availability tab and choose your dates for a precise rate
3 nights stay: 70% of the week rate
4 nights stay: 80% of the week rate

Breakfast basket: £6 pp
SPA treatments can be arranged in your own cottage. Please enquire.

We would like to say a really big thank you for a wonderful holiday. Wren Cottage was perfect for our stay and much bigger than we thought.

The views from the lounge and bedroom were spectacular. We enjoyed our walks around your land and thanks Dave for the loan of the wellingtons they came in very handy! We were so pleased we met the wild ponies and I enclose a photo of them, the one closest to the camera let me stroke his/her nose. It made my day as I have a phobia about horses/ponies. The sunsets were spectacular also.

I had never been to Anglesey before but you live on a beautiful Isle, we did many a costal path and forestry walk.

Mr. and Mrs. Burridge

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