Llanddygfael Hir

Cemaes, Anglesey

  • 5 Star

You can book this property from:

  • £1,056 per week
  • £151 per night
  • 5 Star


Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 3 king/super-king beds
  • 1 double bed
  • 4 single Zip&Link beds


  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer


  • 5 WCs
  • Towels provided
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Bath
  • Shower

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Hot tub
  • Welcome pack
  • Countryside views
  • Sea or coastal views


  • Family friendly
  • Travel cot
  • Highchair
  • Stairgate


  • Garden or courtyard
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Pony trekking/horse riding


  • Walk-in shower
  • Ground floor WC

Important - Please Note

House Rules

  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am


Imagine an island where the daylight streams in, the space stretches endlessly and luxury touches await you at every corner. Welcome your very own island paradise.

Welsh wonders

Standing proud in the midst of Welsh countryside at its best, this modern home appears as an island beacon, welcoming you to a world of glorious light, space and luxury. Outside the views stretch long, to all four far corners treating you a vast expanse of green, green pasture and the ocean glinting on the horizon. Inside, you discover a world of sleek interiors, spacious open-plan and luxury features at each and every turn. Best of all? It’s all yours.

Firstly it’s the open-plan ground floor that greets you offering spacious living with more than enough room for everyone. Marvell at the kitchen where white cabinetry and quartz countertops glisten next to the elegant wood floors and features. Step into the living space – two separate sitting areas, both with super-comfy sofas plus a generous dining room – and those Welsh views wherever you go.

Picture windows come throughout this gorgeous home, bringing in lots of daylight and affording you priceless views. Glimpse the emerald pastures of Anglesey and the bright blue of Camaes Bay from literally every room. The countryside comes inside too in the delicate leaf details throughout – on an accent cushion, a bedspread, bedroom armchair…

Then there’s the exterior where sweeping lawns flow straight into the views beyond. And to contemplate them, a hot tub bubbles peacefully inviting you to relax in a world where it’s just you and the vistas (and maybe a glass of bubbly). Out of the water, three patio areas make perfect chill-out space and one comes covered just in case the Welsh weather isn’t quite performing.

If you can resist the pull of the light, space and views, a world of Anglesey treats lies on your doorstep. Take Camaes Bay for a start with its miles of unspoilt beaches (yes, the same ones you can spot from all the picture windows). Then there are boat trips, castles, pretty villages and harbours.

Bedrooms and bathrooms

The winning trio of space, light and luxury continue upstairs where four bedrooms, each with their own ensuite bathroom await you. Three have king-size beds and all come with designer bathrooms and those luxury touches you’re starting to get more than used to by now.


This property was everything we wanted. Spacious, clean, tidy and private. We will definitely be looking to re-book here some time later on in the year.

Mr T,

What a fabulous property, located in a quiet spot not too far from the main road, fully equipped, comfortable and spacious. with good views, there is plenty of space and equipment for 8.

Mrs D,

Lovely modern property - very spacious with 4 large kingsize bedrooms and ensuites, plenty of room for 8 guests with contemporary furnishings. Under floor heating was much appreciated for the month of January. The property was very private and although quite remote we were all keen walkers so easily managed to walk to the nearest village (25 mins) for a very reasonable and well cooked breakfast at Caffi Siop Mechell, prior to continuing our hike to Cemaes Bay where we did a lovely coastal walk. Upon our return we stopped off again at Llanfechell for drinks at Y Cefn Glas where we received a warm welcome from the Landlady. Excellent Sunday Carvery 15 minutes drive away at Trecastle Hotel. Also worth a visit for cocktails and lunch was Gwesty Gadlys Hotel which we also managed to incorporate into a hike via the beach on two occasions during our stay. House is highly recommended and we will definitely consider returning, for a mixture of hiking followed by relaxation in the hot tub.

Mrs W,

What an amazing place!!! Absolutely stunning and exactly like the website. The owner was also very helpful and friendly. I would highly recommend this place/property it was perfect.

mrs W,

Property is fabulous and nothing is too much trouble for the hosts. Greeted with a welcome pack and everywhere was spotless. This is our second visit and we will coming back. Also loved our little welcome back party of cymro, Ed and Ken (collies)

Mrs L,

What a wonderfully impressive property! It’s a huge living space, perfect for a large group. Even when the weather let us down there was plenty of room to spread out indoors and relax. As the photos show, there’s a lovely selection of bedrooms to please all needs, and a huge, stylish kitchen. Very smart decor throughout. The outside space is equally impressive - obviously the hot tub is a highlight!

Mr R,

Would recommend exceptionally good property very spacious lovely and warm in a lovely area and good base for exploring Anglesey

Mrs M,

A stunning property, excellent facilities, very clean and in a good location. The owner is a lovely lady and very helpful. Brilliant for children lots of space to play in a safe environment.

Mrs H,

This is a beautiful house in a peaceful location. The house was perfect for two family’s to share; the rooms are all spacious and all bedrooms being en-suite is a bonus. We were blessed with perfect weather, and it would have been nice to have some additional patio furniture to use in the sun, we used the bbq we took a lot. This was a great location for exploring Anglesey from, but don’t expect anything on your door step, local pubs and shop are a drive away. Overall this was a great house to spend a week in and with a very amenable host, Carys, we had a very enjoyable stay.

Mr E,

Thank you for having us. We could not fault the property or the location. The owners were so helpful and we cannot wait for book again for next year!

Miss R,

This property is a light, modern and well equipped house constructed on the site of the old main farmhouse of a working farm. The owners live in house within walking distance. There are several patio areas with tables and sited to ensure the ability to sit out if you are lucky enough to strike a sunny day on Sir Fon. There is a hot tub which is cleaned and refilled after guests leave. We didn't use it. The house has under floor heating and is very well insulated. The first thing we did on arrival was to turn the heating off! The furniture is all comfortable and would easily accommodate 6 people if necessary. All the equipment works and there is ample cutlery, dishes and glassware. The house is set back from the main road down a lane which can be quite narrow in places. It is not under the flight path from RAF Valley but you will hear jet trainers as in most places in Anglesey. Remember that you are on a working farm so if baaing sheep and bleating lambs are not your thing look elsewhere! Carys and her husband are charming and helpful if help is needed with anything.

Mrs R,

Perfect stay in a great cottage.

Mr J,

We have just returned after a short break, and wow what a location! Beautiful views, a little secluded but not to far from amenities. The owner was very helpful and couldnt do enough to ensure a comfortable stay. We would certainly recommend a stay here.

Mrs J,