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Friendly, low-key family glamping in a great North Wales location.

Anglesey Yurt Glamping

The Coach House, Bryn Gwyn Hall, Llanfair PG, Anglesey LL61 6UT 07980259333

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Anglesey is undeniably a great place to really get away from it all, and there is perhaps nowhere better than at this friendly glamping site, where Mike Ketcher and his wife have installed a large and comfortable bell tent (they call it a yurt, but it's really a bell tent!) and a hand-crafted gypsy caravan from which you can enjoy the stunning views of Snowdonia on the far side of the Menai Straits. The Gypsy Caravan is brand new and can sleep five people in comfort, and has everything you need for a relaxing weekend or longer, with a wood-burning stove, kitchen area and its own veranda for enjoying the brilliant views. The bell tent sleeps four and is equipped with a double bed and futon, wood-burning stove, fridge and cooking area. Both are located in a secluded, private paddock away from the house, with space for parking and a lawn for children and pets to play on, and there's a composting toilet and a hot shower unit with wash basin shared by both accommodations. Mike and Joanna are very friendly and have loads of tips on where to go and what to do while you're here., With no less than seven dogs of their own, they are extremely pet-friendly too, so you are free to bring your own hound, who is welcome to sleep in the tent or caravan with you.

The location is great: the Blue Flag beach of Newborough is just a ten-minute drive away, its golden sands set against the ever-present backdrop of the mountains of Snowdonia, which are themselves just a thirty-minute drive away, making this a good base too for seeing the sights of the national park. The popular attractions of Zip World Velocity and Zip World are just 30–45 minutes away,  as is Surf Snowdonia, while, closer to home, this part of the island is home to the fabulous Marram Grass restaurant, recently voted as one of the Top 40 restaurants in the UK no less (book in advance if you want to have a chance of eating there)! The nearest large town to the site , Menai Bridge, has a supermarket, pubs and places to eat, including Dylan’s, which has superb views of the Menai Straits from its waterfront location. In short, you couldn't be be in better hands than you are with the Ketchers, whether you're planning to see Anglesey or Snowdonia.

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One bell tent, one gypsy caravan.

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  • Countryside
  • Getting Away from it All
  • Sensational Views
  • Something Different

How much?

Bell tent: £80 per night and £380 per week (6 nights). Caravan: £100 per night, minimum 2 nights stay; £500 for a 6-night week. Both include an endless supply of firewood, bedding, cooking facilities and electricity, and a fridge. Guests need to bring their own towels.

When?

Open all year.

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