Set in the grounds of this magnificent French-inspired chateau on the island of Anglesey this hot tub holiday home is one of 3 unique cottages. The Stables can be booked on its own as a luxury romantic hideaway or with the 2 other properties sleeping 12 in total making it perfect for groups or large families.
Tastefully furnished with numerous original features including beamed ceilings and the original horse feeding bays this superb cottage offers cosy living accommodation along with the added benefit of use of this magnificent hotel's facilities, which include a luxurious hot tub, restaurant, wine bar and tennis courts.
Take a leisurely stroll down to the water front where you can watch the boats and the breath-taking sunsets over the Menai Straights.
Walk along the Anglesey Coastal Path, which offers some great photo opportunities and is popular with birdwatchers or visit some of the historic locations that Anglesey boast including the impressive Beaumaris Castle.
It doesn’t come more luxurious than spending your holiday in the grounds of an elegant chateau where you can enjoy all the facilities of the hotel and relax in the evenings with a glass of something chilled watching the sun go down.
Add to that superior accommodation which oozes comfort and style and you have all the ingredients for a dream getaway in Wales.
This delightful ground floor apartment has been finished to a very high standard and consists of one king size double bedroom and contemporary shower room.
The open-plan living area includes a modern kitchen, comfortable seating area with dining table, wall-mounted TV and picture windows with lovely views.
Outside you will find a private veranda with outdoor furniture perfect for relaxing with a drink at the end of the end of the day.
With miles of coastal paths, sandy beaches and open countryside to explore, a hot tub break on the Isle of Anglesey is heaven for dogs along with their humans.
Your four-legged friend is more than welcome at The Stables meaning there’s no need to leave your best friend behind and worry about finding a trusted pet-sitter when you book a stay here. Perfect for last minute breaks!
In this section, we take a look at The Stables along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer
These lovely cottages combine original features with modern fixtures and fittings to provide comfortable and stylish accommodation.
Spend lazy mornings under the duvet of the king size bed before enjoying a morning cuppa on the veranda taking in the stunning views across the gardens and river while you plan your day.
There is no need to leave your four-legged friend behind when you stay at The Stables because 2 well-behaved pets are welcome, with more walks than you can shake a stick at right on the doorstep, Fido is guaranteed to enjoy the North Wales countryside as much as you.
The property is located in the grounds of one of the most impressive buildings on Anglesey.
This grade ll listed hotel designed to look like a chateau sits between Beaumaris and theMenai Bridgeand guests staying at The Stables can make use of the hotel's facilities including restaurant, wine bar, tennis courts and hot tub.
When booked with the neighbouring cottages 12 people can be accommodated, meaning they can be used for annual family holidays or groups of friends celebrating a special occasion
Hot tub & tennis courts
Overall rating - 90%
Location & surroundings - 91%
Helpfulness of staff - 93%
Value for money - 90%
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The Menai Straits separate Anglesey from the Welsh mainland. The shallow tidal waters are crossed by two bridges, allowing easy access between the island and the mainland.
The castle and pier at Beaumaris are a great family day out, or why not take a boat trip out to Puffin Island. Kids will love Pili Palas Nature World and Foel Farm Park, if you have brought your four-legged friend along a walk in the magical Plas Cadnant’s Hidden Garden will have his senses working overtime and tail wagging.
The Anglesey Coastal Path offers walkers breath-taking scenery, and the island is home to many fine beaches along its 125-mile coastline. Check out Holyhead Maritime Museum and the South Stack Lighthouse.
On the mainland the majestic mountains and lakes of Snowdonia are within easy reach by car, with an abundance of outdoor activities on offer and jaw dropping vistas
Anglesey really does offer the best of both worlds and The Stables is the perfect place from which to discover the area at any time of year
There is always something going on here and you will find superb restaurants and dotted around the island perfect for a romantic meal, along with friendly country inns where you can warm your toes after a brisk coastal walk
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