Our lodges have what the Canadians call a great room that accommodates the sitting, dining and cooking areas. The pointed front of the lodge is called the prow and it is all glass, enabling you to view and reach out to nature at its best. A lake, forest and green fields are your domain with wildlife in abundance.
The lodge has three bedrooms, two with king size beds, Millbrook mattresses and a single bedroom all with crisp white Egyptian Cotton bed linen and towels provided. One en-suite and one family bathroom with quality fixtures and fittings for your comfort.
The kitchen is practical modern and designed for ease of use with 5 burner lpg hob and two electric ovens. Generous cupboard space and large centre island incorporating sink/drainer, fridge, freezer and dishwasher makes cooking whilst enjoying the view a truly exceptional experience. With high levels of insulation our energy efficient lpg combi boiler provides guests with effective heating and hot water. There is a boardwalk around the lodge and large balcony deck area to the front. The lodge is access friendly with ramp, low door thresholds, wide boardwalk, downstairs bedroom with en-suite and open circulation space in the great room.
The Cedar lodge has a 50 inch plasma full HD tv with sky plus sports and movies, Blu Ray player, Panasonic sound system playing 'I did it my way' Frank Sinatra, Nespresso coffee machine plus broadband.
We also have available smaller log cabins that are about the same size as a hotel room. Some people go glamping we call ours lodging. Unlike glamping ours are self contained with toilet, basin and shower. They have a small kitchen area with kettle, toaster, microwave and fridge freezer. Smart TV and seriously stunning red leather cinema chairs. Ideal for couples who want a base to come home to at the end of a days sightseeing activity. Prices from only £55 per night per cabin.
IMPORTANT. Please note that from Saturday 14 March 2020 we are complying fully with government advice as regards covid-19. We will not be accepting any holiday bookings for the period 14 March to Saturday 11 July 2020. The Welsh Government will review on 9 July 2020 and decide if self catering properties can reopen. However we are still concerned with very levels of new cases on Anglesey during last week of June 2020. We therefore will take our own medical advice before deciding to reopen. We have during the pandemic in accordance with government regulations made our properties available to those working in our local NHS hospital, health services and to those who are designated as key workers.
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