A fabulous log cabin named Seiriol, built in 2016, beautifully constructed, surrounded on both sides by large trees which overlooks a large field that is yours in which to play. Imagine Little House in the Big Woods (part of the Little House on the Prairie books by Laura Ingalls Wilder) and bring it into the modern day. Llanfair Hall is perfectly located for Anglesey getaways, just a few miles east of the fantastic Newborough and Llanddwyn beaches, the Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve and the mystical and magical Llanddwyn Island.
On the ground floor, the cabin has a double bedroom, bathroom and kitchen/living room (with the most comfortable double sofa bed). There's also a crog loft, which leads to another bedroom with two single beds and is reached via a wooden ladder, similar to a tent but with a wooden roof and a little more space. The luxurious bathroom features a walk-in shower with no steps or lintels. The full-width verandah and extra patio extend across the front of the cabin, with an outdoor table and chairs, as well as a swing seat by the side for comfortable stargazing. A double hammock strung between two trees allows you to truly unwind! The kitchen has a dishwasher, Nespresso coffee maker and everything you need for easy and convenient cooking. The cabin is beautifully furnished, complete with fresh cotton bedlinen and cosy towels. The log-burning stove adds a cosy touch on those colder nights.
What makes a stay at Llanfair Hall Log Cabin unique?
The peace and quiet as well as the fabulous night skies contribute to a fabulous stay at Llanfair Hall. If the cabin has a full occupancy of 6 people, there is a unique shepherd's hut just next door, where up to 2 people can stay for a further small fee. Very snug and cosy with a double bed and small TV, you really can chill out in your very own space. Easily accessible to the rest of Anglesey, there is a bespoke booklet with suggestions of how to spend your days, places to eat, a different beach for every day and of course the Welsh equivalent of Stonehenge, Bryn Celli Ddu - just 5 miles or so down the road as well as a necessary visit to Llanddwyn Island, dedicated to St Dwynwen, the Welsh equivalent of St Valentine.
What is there to see and do at Llanfair Hall Log Cabin?
There's a place to lock up your bikes and clean them, as well as a giant chess set, giant Jenga, badminton and giant pickasticks. A fabulous footpool table, built during the lockdown is probably the only one in North Wales can keep children (and adults) entertained for hours! During the summer, snooze in the fabulous geodome or lie amidst the giant bean bags, cushions and throws and enjoy the night sky while being sheltered and cosy from the night-time weather. There is an outdoor personal pizza oven (you can design, create, and cook your own pizza in under 12 minutes!) with ready-made pizza dough supplied. There is also the ubiquitous barbecue fire pit for perfect marshmallow toasting of course.