Craiglwyd Hall Luxury Apartments

An alternative to a caravan holiday

Amidst beautiful Welsh countryside with commanding stunning views across Anglesey, Puffin Island and beyond. Craiglwyd Hall is a beautifully spacious Hall providing a wonderful venue for family and friends for short breaks and holidays. Peacefully secluded up on a hill, the hall offers a perfect base for a holiday as active or as relaxed as you prefer.

Lovingly refurbished to a high standard throughout, the apartments are located on the ground and first floor of the hall.

Puffin is located on the first floor of the hall. Featuring one large luxury bedroom with mountain and sea views and will sleep an extra person on the sofa bed in the large lounge that overlooks the sea. The spacious kitchen diner also overlooks the sea. Perfect for a romantic break for 2.

Orme is located on the first floor of the hall. This two bedroom apartment comprises of a double room plus a twin room. The open plan lounge diner is perfect for family get togethers. This apartment boasts stunning sew views.

Owl is situated on the ground floor of the hall and is also a two bedroom apartment which comprises of two double rooms with views of the sea and the park from the bedrooms, lounge and kitchen.

All Apartments have:

  • Own Bathroom with bath & shower
  • Fully Fitted kitchens including fridge/freezer, cooker,microwave and toaster
  • Lounges with comfortable sofa’s /armchairs
  • Dining table and chairs
  • Central Heating
  • DVD players & colour TV's

Craiglwyd Hall is situated in an outstanding location for walking, climbing, bird watching, photography, fishing, sailing and visiting local tourist attractions. If you would like to book the apartments please call Craiglwyd Hall on 01492623355.

Craiglwyd Hall Apartment Prices

New Craiglwyd Apartment Prices

Managers Specials

2013 Willerby Sierra
2013 Willerby Sierra
The Beach Caravan Park Static Caravans
37 x 12 2 Bed. Sited on the lower section of the park, offering a spacious plot with own parking and sea views. This modern holiday home benefits from double glazing, central heating and a side deck with ramp.

Please call Lynne on 01492 515345 to arrange a viewing.
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