The Cabins.

thumb2-flag-of-anglesey-4k-silk-flag-anglesey-flag-silk-textureWe have three cabins. Similar but different.

Robs Rest.

This cabin sleeps six. The arrangement is one double bed in a seperate downstairs bedroom. Two single mattresses in an upstairs loft area. This is accessed by climbing a sturdy ladder, a children’s favorite and finally a double sofa bed, which obviously folds out after sitting. The cabin differs from the other two by having central heating. There is a shower cubical in the toilet area.

Jens Den.

This cabin also sleeps six. The arrangement is one double bed in a seperate downstairs bedroom. Two single mattresses in an upstairs loft area. This is accessed by climbing a ladder, and finally a double sofa bed, which obviously folds out after sitting. A log/coal burner is used for heating. Again this cabin has a shower in the toilet area.

Lucys Nest.

Lucys sleeps four. The cabin arrangement is different from the other two. The main sleeping area is a double mattress in the loft area, this is accessed by a wooden ladder. The other sleeping arrangement is a fold out sofa bed for two. This cabin has a large bathroom with a bath, not a shower. The heating is a log/coal burner.

Useful notes.

Robs Rest and Jens Den are priced slightly higher than Lucys Nest which is probably around £10 cheaper on average. Obviously seasonal variations are applicable on the cabins. It would be fair to say Robs Rest and Jens Den are more family orientated, but not necessarily so. Perhaps more geared to the young at heart and legs as the ladder is required to go to bed, that’s not to say you couldn’t move the mattress down.

We don’t have hot tubs. And Wi-Fi is a bit sketchy, so we don’t advertise this as an option. In fact some phone networks don’t really work very well at all in this area. Sat-Nav will not bring you directly here as it konks out a mile before the farm. So unless your turning up a drive with a flag of Anglesey at the bottom, you are in the  wrong place. There are no corner shops for several hundred corners so please bring your immediate food requirements with you, unless you are planning a drive soon after arriving. When crossing the bridge it’s worth pulling off the A55 at Llangefni and popping into Aldi/Lidl/Asda on your way here. We have pubs and places to eat twenty minutes away, but essentially you are in the middle of nowhere. You can walk for miles, see the stars at night and can bring your dogs too. We are very much a family based holiday place and as such, we actively discourage large groups of bonkers adults intent on going crazy and if you are such a group/person good luck to you, you won’t want to come here.

Provided.

Bed sheets, towels, all fuel for the log burners. Well equiped kitchen. Large DVD selection. A small Webber barbeque, you will have to bring your own charcoal. Toilet paper, washing up liquid, tea towels. Isolation. Clean air.

Not provided.

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Booking.

Direct with us. Diana’s phone : 07880555416

Robert’s email : bobbreeks@yahoo.com

Or use : Trip advisor

Booking.com.

Check out our reviews on Bookings.com to hear what other guests think. Do book the cabin that best suits your arrangement. We look forward to meeting you in the future.

Thanks

Diana and Robert

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Jens Den above.

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Lucys Nest up the ladder bedroom. Above and below.

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Jens Den main bedroom, Robs Rest shares the same layout.

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