Old Stables

YR HEN Y STABLAU (THE OLD STABLES) was originally built in 1876 to house the local rector's horses and livestock. It was renovated and extended in 1975 by a local architect who maintained many of the original features and added some rather curious peculiarities himself.

The willow tree in the garden is believed to be over 100 years old with the pond being constructed about 15 years ago. As the water can reach up to three feet in depth, it is highly recommended that all young children be supervised when playing in the garden. We encourage the birds to visit the garden and for anyone interested in ornithology, there are many varieties of birds to watch and enjoy.

The Old Stables is wonderfully quirky with many exposed beams and a few places with restricted headroom. This centrally heated property comfortably sleeps 7 people offering two double bedrooms, one single and one twin with restricted height entrance . The kitchen is wood paneled incorporating a dishwasher, microwave oven, fridge, electric oven and hob.

The dining room is separate but has a good sized serving hatch linked to the kitchen. The bathroom has WC with an electric shower over the bath. The utility room has washing machine, tumble dryer, large freezer and second WC. The main lounge has a CD player, colour TV with free view, video and DVD player and a log burning stove.

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Old Stables
The High Street Bryngwran Isle of Anglesey LL65 3PP Wales
phone: 01407 720 407 fax:

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