FAQs

Does House in the Yard have outdoor space? Absolutely, nestling in 3.5 acres the setting for the cottages is magical.  A large meadow with views over to the sea estuary at Malltraeth, an acre of woodland with seating and pathways and a wonderful tree house in the giant ash tree.  The gardens are rich with wildlife with numerous bird species (including our resident woodpecker) pheasants, owls and butterflies as well as the red squirrels this corner of Anglesey is famous for.

The surrounding area is working farmland and dependent on the time of year you may see grazing cattle, sheep or Shetland ponies. The map below provides an outline of the space which House in the Yard has to offer.

Is there access to wifi? Yes, we do have wifi but due to the thick stone walls there are only certain areas within the cottages that you will be able to access it.

Can we arrange for an on-line grocery shop to be delivered? Yes you can – all we ask is that you are here to unpack it when it arrives!

Where are the nearest local food shops and supermarkets? There are a number of large supermarkets in local nearby towns –  Aldi, Asda, Lidl, M & S, Tesco and Waitrose as well as a number of independent shops. The local village store is very well stocked and during the summer is open until 9.00 p.m. The nearest market garden shop is Hooton’s in Brynsciencyn.

What are local transport links like? A bus service runs from the village to Llangefni where you can connect to other bus routes across the island.

Are there any restaurants nearby? We have an excellent local bistro – Marram Grass in Newborough (five minutes drive away) – we would suggest that you book to avoid disappointment. There are a number of other good eateries across the island many of which use local produce.  Please refer to our ‘Eating Out’ page for more details.

Do you cater for electric vehicle charging? Yes, the site has three electric car chargers (two Tesla and one generic) which guests are welcome to use for free.

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