Deri Fawr

Deri Fawr, Llandyfrydog, Anglesey, LL71 8AS

WTB 4 Star
Late Availability
Why not spend a few days away from it all in beautiful, peaceful Anglesey? A walk on the beach on Christmas Day maybe? We have some availability in our comfortable, centrally heated apartments.

Prices per week:
Smithy @ £555
Stables @ £525
Granary @ £485 (0r £412 for 2 people)
Byre @ £375 (for 2)
Minimum stay 3 nights from £225 for 2 people.

Deri Fawr self catering holiday accommodation. We have four comfortable, fully furnished, centrally heated apartments in our converted 18th. Century stone barn. Two static caravans on our land are also fully equipped for self catering. Deri Fawr is set in 2 acres of award winning garden and grounds. Winners of Wales in Bloom and Wildlife gardening awards. Ideal for a peaceful, relaxing holiday, away from it all but within easy reach of beaches and attractions. Graded 4 star by the Wales Tourist Board.
Deri Fawr (Big Oak) nestles in a valley created by The Afon Coch (Red River) which enters the sea at Dulas one mile to the east. Wales in Bloom award winners. First in all Wales in 2009. Second in 2008 and 2007. All the land and gardens (3 acres) are available for your enjoyment. There are extensive hedgerows, many trees, birds and animals. Two ponds are home to ducks, moorhens, kingfisher, fish, eels and frogs. Rabbits and hedgehogs come and go. Bats are to be seen regularly.

Minutes away is the award winning beach of Lligwy Beach. Safe and sandy, it has parking and toilets. There are footpaths to Moelfre, Dulas and inland. There is a fine network of footpaths all over the Island We know the Coastal Footpath well 125 miles and have guides and maps, we may be able to offer transport for linear walks and there is a drying room for walkers. There are cycles to lend.

Much of the coastline is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with miles of wonderful footpaths. This photograph is part of the coastal footpath.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • WiFi


Nearby Attractions


Town: Neuadd
Open: All Year

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Town: Holyhead
Open: All Year
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Town: Abergwyngregyn
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Town: Llanberis
Open: Please see Website
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