Newly refurbished spacious ground floor 1 bedroom apartment located within the Llys Llewellyn development of Aberffraw; a great historical village only 4 miles from Rhosneigr.

Description

Sleeps: 2 | Bedrooms: 1 | Bathrooms: 1

Located in the grounds of the court of Prince Llewellyn the ancient ruler of Wales, ‘Arthur’s House’ lies within a traditional stone built complex. You leave the traditional at the door however, with this this modern, newly refurbished airy and well-appointed one bedroom property. Beautifully finished in contemporary design, this property has a quiet sophistication all of its own.

The open plan living area has a lovely feeling of space combining a relaxed seating area, dining and fully equipped kitchen. Full length patio doors maximise the light into this room and allow you to soak up the rural village views.

The huge king-size bedroom combines a dressing area and access to the ensuite, newly fitted shower room. Patio doors out onto a small courtyard garden offer the opportunity for outside dining or enjoying a sundowner after a day spent exploring.

Set within the small Llys Llewelyn heritage and accommodation complex there is ample parking and a thriving café and tea room, offering home-cooked food throughout the day, from breakfast, lunches and afternoon tea – with a too-good-to-miss selection of home-baked cakes and scones on offer!

Ty Arthur –is an ideal retreat for two, offering the perfect village base for investigating historical Aberffraw, heading to the beach or exploring the wider sights of Anglesey.


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Amenities

  • Internet / WiFi
  • Pet Friendly
  • Linen & towels included
  • Central heating

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Location

Aberffraw - Welcome to the true capital of Wales!

On the surface Aberffraw is a small, quiet village on the west coast of Anglesey at the mouth of the gently flowing River Ffraw renowned for its spectacular sand dunes and immense stretch of sandy beach. The village of today, however, sits on the site of a medieval ‘llys’ or princely court, born out of the Royal House of Aberffraw from which Llywelyn Fawr or Llywelyn the Great, descended. Llywelyn was the de facto ruler of all Wales, dominating Wales for 40 years. There is no denying the historical importance of the House of Aberffraw with many local places and names still bearing reference to this.

Today Aberffraw is a peaceful and immensely scenic get-away-from-it-all village. Set right on the Coastal path, it is a walkers paradise with plenty of options for all abilities. Follow the path down the estuary and you will see birdlife of all kinds. Where the river meets the sea, you will enjoy endless views of the sea, mountains, Bardsey island and the Llyn Penninsula beyond. A walk in the other direction and you may see cattle grazing gently in the heathland, as you head over the impressive sand dune range to ‘Traeth Mawr’, literally ‘big’ or ‘great’ beach with its endless sands, this has been called the Sahara of Wales!

The village boasts a fantastic pub ‘Y Goron’ or ‘The Crown’, which serves hearty, home-cooked food. The village shop is on hand for all the essentials and the thriving tea-rooms at Llys Llywelyn will make sure you will need to get walking, after you sample their home-cooked food and endless cakes!

The Church in the Sea, or St Cwfan’s church is another must-see hidden gem. Built in the 7th century, the church now stands on the islet of Cribinau separated from the mainland by years of coastal erosion. Against the odds this beautiful little church stands proud and bravely on a rock, and is quite a sight to behold. Church services are held regularly in the summer months, with occasional weddings and Christenings, all of course romantically dictated by the tides! The cove in which the church sits, is a gentle walk of about a mile from Aberffraw village.

If the village doesn’t offer you enough history, the nearby Neolithic burial chamber of Barclodiad y Gawres is a must see, not just for the history and heritage but the location, surrounding walks and views are stunning. Walkable along the coastal path, it lies about 4 miles from Aberffraw, or a short drive of 2 miles will bring you to a parking spot from where it is a 5-10 minute, fairly level walk by narrow path.

Further afield the larger village of Rhosneigr is about 4 miles away by road, 7 miles if you take on the coast path – trust us, you won’t be disappointed. There is also a daily, regular bus service for those who don’t want to walk back!

Whatever your plans for your Anglesey holiday, you will not fail to be charmed by the historic, proud and immensely scenic little Welsh gem that is Aberffraw.

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