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Mrs Edwardsdisappointed321Mr CareyMr Jones - verified booking
"..’ the walks from the front door of number seven are amazing, what a brilliant base to discover Anglesey from. The house was clean, warm and lived up to its description, however, note there is no Wi-fi (it reads there is on the initial Sykes description but the icons say there isn’t), I confirm that the narrow drive is only for one car and as they are not mentioned be aware that there is no microwave, DVD player & dishwasher. Number seven could be enhanced by addressing the windows and by having a mirror downstairs, but these are only cosmetic. We had a lovely time at number seven, the community were welcoming, we felt safe and happy. Our holiday was fantastic value for money. Thank you for sharing number seven.A good location near to beach and good walks. Well equipped for a comfortable stay. Good roads and access to main road across the Island. Nearest main shopping areas about half an hour away by car, Llangefni, the same as home for us. Beaumaris is an excellent day out and Red Wharf Bay was a wonderful find. Lots of interesting places to find and beaches to explore. South Stack was exhilarating on an extremely blustery day and the café there was very welcoming and delightful. We loved Anglesey and will go back soon.We had no access to heating or heated towel rails so were unable to dry clothes, which with 5 people and rainy days was extremely frustrating, we had to buy a hairdryer just to attempt to dry clothes"
A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"Chosen because my wife would like to live in a barn, The Barn exceeded our expecations by a long way. Imaginatively converted and beautifully furnished the accommodation is well above par. The owners made sure that we were comforatable and offered help should we need it. I must mention the single track road that is access from the a481. Not for the faint hearted. Nor is the final track into the property that needs to be driven with care. That said, the effort is well worthwhile to enjoy a beautiful location. Sadly we visited before summer arrived in 2013 and we had more than our share of rainfall. However that did not stop us getting out and about and we even enjoyed a walk alongside the river Wye on Sunday afternoon in the rain! Every day it was a pleasure to return to the warmth and comfort of The Barn. Had we have been much younger and fitter we would have enjoyed the hill walking opportunities surrounding The Barn. All in all a good time was had by all. Next visit we hope to find the sunshine! Very happy to add our recommendation."
Mrs WilliamsMrs Hughes - verified booking
"The cottage has a lovely location which is on a quiet country lane, right on the banks of the Montgomery Canal. The lady owner came to meet us on our arrival to ensure we knew where everything was and how it all worked. We visited many places of interest during our stay, including the Ironbridge Gorge, Welshpool, Llangollen and Chester. We would definitely recommend the Park & Ride to visit Chester, so well organised and only £4.00 to park your car for all day and it included the bus fare into the City and back for the two of us. We will most definitely planning a holiday back there for next year.Nicky gave us a warm welcome! The cottage was perfect, it was clean and well equipped, with attention to detail. We loved the fact it was so dog friendly. The canal path was so tranquil, perfect for dog walking. It was great to be within walking distance of local pubs and it was well positioned for exploring mid Wales. We would highly recommend this cottage."
Mrs Luciann Blain, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - verified booking
"We had a great time at The Barn over the weekend. It was a little difficult to find as it's tucked away in the hills but I loved the secluded and beautiful location. The Barn was stunning, with a great open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room which led out on the patio overlooking the hills (and some sheep!) where we spent most of our time drinking and BBQ-ing. It was very peaceful and quiet, a real get away from the city. The bedrooms were spacious with 3 doubles and a bunk bed. There was a lot of land to explore and a tree house hidden in the woods was a real bonus and would be great for kids. There are lots of things to do around and we travelled to the Brecon Beacons (about 1.2 hours) for some gorge walking and clay pigeon shooting. Would recommend without hesitation for a lovely chilled out break - just wish we could have stayed longer!"
Mrs JonesMr Thew - verified booking
"It had well equipped kitchen which was great for us as we prefer not to eat out.E. turn left off the A487 at the ' brown sign' and marked also to Caerchefell just before St Davids. We came from the other direction ( Havordfordwest ) where there is .exactly the same 'brown ' sign though not marked to Caerchefell as you leave Solva. We decided , in our wisdom, that is where we should turn right and ( luckily as it was daylight) managed to navigate down some country lanes to the cottage. This would have been tricky in the dark !!. It might be helpful if the directions from the South say " ignore first brown sign sited just after leaving Solva, carry on the A487 through St Davids and after approx. 3 miles turn right at 'brown sign' also marked Caerchefell." Hope this is helpful."