Log Cabins and Cakes

Less than two miles from your Log Cabin a mad hatters tea party of extravagance. Melin Llynon (The Windmill) under new ownership has transformed a staid cafe into a Willy Wonker Wonderland of epicurean delights. Hats a plenty to wear in this Alice in a Parallel Universe Cafe. Richard pretends to be a cake maker but is a magician at the head of the Tea Party Table. Be warned Mr Kipling will not be happy. Continue reading Log Cabins and Cakes

Thanks to all our guests.

Thank you’s are due to all our guests of 2018. We have had our busiest year ever. Summer was pretty hectic. (And sunny)!  Christmas and the new year fully booked, with some fun parties taking place most nights as the weather was kind, even the barbecues were still being employed. Everyone has been very complimentary on Bookings.Com and Holiday Lettings and we thank everyone for leaving such kind comments. Diana and myself love what we do. We enjoy hearing your tales of the road. Anglesey has a great deal to offer holiday makers, we are just as enthusiastic of the … Continue reading Thanks to all our guests.

Robs Rest

Originally posted on Anglesey Log Cabins:
Robs Rest cabin is situated in the heart of rural Anglesey. The cabin is in a 1.5 acre paddock. It is ideal for country walks, a nearby reservoir (5 minute walk across the fields) offers plentiful wildlife along its banks, or relax on the veranda with a glass of wine and appreciate the quiet countryside.This is in the heart of Anglesey’s farming community, so you may be woken in the morning to the sound of sheep in the surrounding fields.Please remember these are countryside cabins and not hermetically sealed hotel rooms. The cabin has… Continue reading Robs Rest

New Paths opened up around Llyn Alaw

Exciting news, plans to construct and open up old paths around Llyn Alaw are underway. Thirty years ago when Llyn Alaw was a recreational area, about a third of the perimeter was avaliable for walking on dedicated paths. When the classification of the reservoir was changed and the visitors center closed down, the paths became underused and overgrown. But all that is changing fast, all the old paths have been cleared, and plans afoot to construct new paths. This year, if all goes to plan, hopefully it will be able to walk the circumference of the lake. The work is … Continue reading New Paths opened up around Llyn Alaw

A view from above.

Photography by Michael Griffiths. This is an interesting view of the Bodnolwyn Wen site. The body of water is Llyn Alaw the five mile reservoir. The rectangular field at 4 o clock between two groups of buildings is the site of Anglesy Log Cabins.  As can be seen it is a short walk to explore the reservoir, walks are easy either side of the lower dam, central in the frame. Continue reading A view from above.