Marine Lodge

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Sleeps: 16 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 3

Overview

Townhouse/Apartment Modern
Great Value
Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Walk to Village

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Nestled on the charming Anglesey coastline, Marine Lodge unveils a luxurious retreat that seamlessly blends captivating traditional features with contemporary elegance. This resplendent villa, a mere stone's throw from the golden Rhosneigr Beach, welcomes up to sixteen guests within its embrace, boasting seven sumptuously designed bedrooms. Here, the essence of a home away from home is meticulously crafted, resulting in an atmosphere that envelopes you in comfort and sophistication.

As you traverse the sand dunes behind this stunning property, the crystalline waters of Rhosneigr Beach beckon, offering a private haven just moments away from your doorstep. The Isle of Anglesey is a place of unparalleled beauty, fascinating history and amazing adventure. It boasts stunning landscapes and seascapes, picturesque towns and villages, miles of breathtaking scenic walks on the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, gorgeous historic buildings, sensational beaches and an incredible range of water based activities. Anglesey really is a place for those that love the great outdoors. At the end of a thrilling and tiring day, Marine Lodge is the perfect abode to come home to.

Marine Lodge has been meticulously refurbished to offer luxury, comfort and elegant in lavish abundance. It is perched to provide breathtaking vistas across Rhosneigr Bay and the majestic Snowdon mountains. Marine Lodge is a haven for those seeking an opulent Anglesey escape.

The interiors narrate a tale of harmonious coexistence between classic allure and contemporary finesse. With views that paint a vivid picture of the sea's expanse and the mountains' grandeur, this newly rejuvenated abode is perfect for a spot of switch off and to bring the generations together or celebrate a special birthday or event with your favourite friends.

Your can begin your journey within the lodge’s haven of culinary delight. The capacious kitchen, replete with modern amenities such as a SMEG cooker, wine cooler, and American fridge, becomes a focal point for shared meals and conversations. Whether relishing an intimate family dinner or hosting a grand dinner party, the kitchen space provides a canvas for culinary artistry. You can dine indoors in the beautiful dining room or opt for alfresco elegance on the terrace. Adjacent to the kitchen, a utility and boot room stand ready to accommodate beach gear and the remnants of outdoor adventures, complete with a convenient shower room.

Marine Lodge unfurls further secrets as you explore its various living spaces. The tranquil front lounge, graced by the warmth of a log burner, invites you to unwind and revel in its period charm. You can ascend the stairs to discover the crown jewel, the loft lounge. Bathed in light through its French doors and adorned with vaulted ceilings, this dreamy living space offers panoramic views of the Irish Sea. An idyllic backdrop for serene reading sessions, evening drinks and chatter or a respite from the bustling little ones, the loft lounge is the epitome of sophistication.

The realm of slumber is equally inviting. Marine Lodge presents a spectrum of stylish accommodations, from four-poster beds to thoughtfully designed bunk rooms that double as a haven for the younger travellers. With seven meticulously appointed bedrooms, this villa guarantees restful nights and rejuvenating mornings. Lavishly furnished and adorned with plush interiors, each room exudes an air of opulence.

Marine Lodge is not merely a dwelling, it is a truly memorable Anglesey experience. Breathtaking landscapes and luxurious living coalesce to create cherished memories. With its fusion of timeless grandeur and modern comfort, Marine Lodge stands as a testament to Anglesey's allure and the art of refined living.

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • Two of the bedrooms are singles and the children’s bunk room offers two sets of bunks and two single bunks, sleeping up to six very excited little ones
  • The sand dune meander to the beach might not be ideal for those with mobility challenges
  • Apple TV, Sky TV and a Sonos sound system are all provided for your entertainment
  • There are three bedrooms to share at Marine Lodge

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

Our great value homes:

  • may be traditionally styled for a laid back feeling
  • may have some simple amenities and features
  • mean that you can enjoy top holiday destinations for less!

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ TV Seaview

Marine Lodge

Ground Floor
- Entrance porch
- Dining room and lounge
- Utility and boot room
- Bathroom and shower room
- Fully equipped modern kitchen

First Floor
- Bedroom with super king four-poster bed
- Bedroom with king bed
- Bedroom with king bed
- Bedroom with single bed with desk space
- Family bathroom

Second Floor
Loft lounge with vaulted ceiling
Bedroom 5 – Bunk den room, with 2 double bunk beds and 2 single bunk beds
Bedroom 6 – king bed
Bedroom 7 – single bed
Family bathroom

Outside Grounds
- Garden yard
- Outdoor dining furniture
- Barbeque

Additional Facilities
- Apple TV and Sky TV
- Sonos
- American fridge/ freezer, wine fridge, boiling water tap
- Kitchen island and barstool

Location

About the surrounding area of Marine Lodge
Walk to Village Walk to Restaurant Watersports Walking/Hiking Paths Cycling
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The Isle of Anglesey is an island full of character and boasts incredible scenery, a wonderful range of activities, beautiful wildlife and a fantastic programme of festivals celebrating local food, music, culture and its unique heritage. It is a very special place to get away from it all, but equally it is a place to get out and do it all! You can enjoy hiking, cycling, bird watching, kayaking, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddleboarding, sailing, visiting castles and other historic buildings, visiting stunning gardens, taking boat trips, the list is endless! Much of the one hundred miles of coastline has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with breathtaking sandy beaches, of which six have Blue Flag status, tranquil hidden coves, towering cliffs, home to hundreds of nesting birds and tranquil green spaces interspersed with carpets of colourful flowers.

Anglesey is the perfect playground for watersports and walking the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. There are over one hundred different rock types on the island and a large collection of ancient sites, an archaeologists dream. It is no wonder that the whole of Anglesey has been declared a Global Geopark. Nature lovers with enjoy spotting a variety of rare birds, while history buffs will be mesmerised by links with Oliver Cromwell and Charles Dickens. You can explore Anglesey’s largest fen, Cors Erddreiniog where you will find Fly Orchid, Carnivorous Sundew as well as butterflies, moths and dragonflies. The Llyn Cefni Reservoir is alive with the sounds of warblers, wren and kingfishers while the Newborough Forest and Warren dunes are home to butterwort, dwarf adder’s tongue and shore dock. The South Stack Lighthouse and cliffs, a bracing Anglesey outpost, is home to puffins, choughs, guillemots and razorbills.

Surrounded by four beautiful beaches with soft golden sands, Anglesey’s Rhosneigr is the water-sport hub of the Island. Alternatively, if you are looking for a slower paced day you can meander through the quaint village and enjoy its wide range of great pubs, restaurants, cafes, and ice cream parlours. The house is handily positioned near to Rhosneigr train station, allowing further exploration of the surrounding area without the need to drive.

On the shore of the Menai Strait, you will find the 18th century Plas Newydd House and Gardens. It is managed by the National Trust and houses a military museum, an Australian arboretum and a Rex Whistler painting exhibition from the 1930’s.

Beaumaris Castle was the last castle built, though never completed, under Edward I in the 13th century. It is designated as a World Heritage Site.

Llanddwyn Island is one of the most picturesque locations in Wales. The ancient ruined church was once home to the Welsh patron saint of lovers, Saint Dwynwen from the 5th century AD. When Maelon, her true love was turned to ice, Dwynwen moved to Llanddwyn Island.

Other popular attractions on Anglesey are the Anglesey Farmer’s Market where you can buy delicious Welsh Black beef, local cheeses and fresh crab, Lligwy Beach which has been named as one of the top 10 Best Picnic Spots in Britain by Coast Magazine, Aberlleiniog Castle, the town of Amlwch with its windmills, old harbour and Copper Kingdom visitor centre and Chateau Rhianfa.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Liverpool Airport

(167 km)

Nearest Train Station Llanfairpwll Train Station

(25 km)

Nearest Village Rhosneigr

(400 m)

Nearest Bar/Pub Y Morfa

(600 m)

Nearest Restaurant Several in Rhosneigr

(400 m)

Nearest Beach Traeth Llydan

(1.6 km)

Region

Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in North Wales

Nestled in the bear hug of the United Kingdom, North Wales is rich in history, wrapped in natural beauty and adorned with cultural bling. This land of stunning landscapes beckons you, intrepid traveller, to unravel its treasures. Please take a look at our jaw-dropping properties that will make your holiday a wonderful adventure.

North Wales’ showstopper, the Snowdonia National Park, is a playground for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. Mount Snowdon, the VIP of the scene, towers above, overseeing the fun. Scenic trails, waterfalls that put your shower to shame and lakes are scattered across this magnificent landscape.

If history is your jam, Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a medieval masterpiece that flaunts military architecture. The town of Conwy is a living history book with cobbled streets and ancient buildings. One amazing landmark, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, is a 19th-century engineering marvel. Imagine a soaring aqueduct, the Dee Valley below, and views that make you question if you accidentally stepped into a postcard.

The charming village of Portmeirion is a colour explosion. Designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, this place enjoys vibrant buildings, lush gardens and seaside vibes. It is like a Welsh-Italian love affair that birthed a unique destination. Bangor is not just a university town. It is where Penrhyn Castle stands tall, a neo-Norman masterpiece surrounded by gardens that put Versailles to shame. The majestic Snowdonia mountains are the backdrop, adding drama.

North Wales is a theme park for thrill-seekers. Hiking, mountain biking, water sports, it is a playground of outdoor delights. Zip World Velocity in Bethesda takes the cake with the fastest zip line globally, making you feel like Superman over dramatic landscapes.

The coastline comes up trumps too. Llandudno boasts Victorian elegance, a historic pier and a Great Orme headland with cable cars and tramways making you feel as though you have stepped into a period drama. Aberystwyth brings the seaside charm while the nearby charmer, Betws-y-Coed is the tranquil village nestled in lush woodlands, inviting you to escape the chaos.

North Wales, with its blend of natural wonders, historic landmarks and adventure galore, is a love affair waiting to happen. Pack your bags, because each step in this magical land unfolds a new chapter in a story that has been brewing for centuries.

While the image of lush valleys and a laid-back lifestyle are right at the heart of a holiday in Wales, don’t think stunning landscapes and a bit of relaxation are the only thing on offer in this beautiful country. Don’t believe us?

Check out our Wales travel guide – it’s full of handy hints, travel ideas and great stuff for families and groups of friends to do.

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Anglesey is a wonderful destination for a family. There is so much to do and see, most of which is outdoors. Beaumaris boasts a castle and the Beaumaris Gaol and Courthouse. There are frequent plays, costumed dramas and other interactive entertainment that children enjoy. There is also crabbing off the pier.

Beach days are wonderful. Some offer watersports including the nearby Rhosneigr Beach . The best place for rock-pooling is the beach at Church Island in Aberffraw. The Marine Club offers fast rib rides along the Menai Strait which is such fun. There is a stretch in the Strait called the Swellies where there are whirlpools so you will certainly be bouncing around. You may also enjoy kayaking from Porth Daniel, close to the Menai Bridge.

Nature loving children with enjoy the RSPB reserve at South Stack. Childen enjoy seeing the colourful puffins which make a lot of noise. The Dingle Nature Reserve is the place to go to look for kingfishers, woodpeckers and moorhens. The reserve is an ancient twenty five acre wooded valley which is carpeted with bluebells in the spring. It is a great place for a picnic.

The Anglesey Model Village and Gardens is a popular tourist attraction. The village features models of Angelsey’s many landmarks, all set beautifully in landscaped gardens with lots of water features. It is built to a scale of one twelfth full size including the working model garden railway which circles the gardens.

Another favourite is Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales’ largest marine aquarium. Children can experience conservation in action at the Lobster Hatchery and the Seahorse Nursery. There are over one hundred and fifty species of sea life. There are daily talks and feeds, live diving displays, scuba diving and a sea safari. There is also a bouncy castle, a playground, crazy golf and boats.

Other popular attractions include the Pili Palas Butterflies, Anglesey Riding Centre, Cartio Mon Karting and Foel Farm Park where children can feed the animals, take a tractor and trailer farm tour and take a mini-trailer ride with quad bikes. The chocolate shop is always full! 

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Zoo
  • Kid-friendly excursions
  • Water excursions/Boat trips
  • Walk to Village
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • Watersports
  • Cycling

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £500 charged to the client's credit card as a pre-authorisation at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to a full inspection
Arrival time 4 pm
Departure time 10 am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
Heating costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit
Changeover day Flexible
Minimum stay 3 nights
Pets welcome? Yes
Smoking Allowed? No, smoking and vaping are not permitted at this property
Stag & Hen Do's Allowed? Yes, weddings, stag and hen do's are allowed at this property
Internet access? Yes

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 24th 2024 £1,522 £1,984 £2,445 £2,954
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 £2,018 £2,613 £3,208 £3,810
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 £1,735 £2,216 £2,698 £3,084
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 £1,876 £2,466 £3,055 £3,810
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 £1,735 £2,265 £2,796 £3,084
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 £1,522 £1,965 £2,407 £2,954
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 £1,876 £2,471 £3,066 £3,810
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 £1,522 £1,984 £2,445 £2,954
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 £2,018 £2,666 £3,315 £4,153
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 £1,876 £2,471 £3,066 £3,810
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 £1,522 £1,984 £2,445 £2,954
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 £1,735 £2,265 £2,796 £3,084
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 £2,018 £2,613 £3,208 £3,810
- Easter £2,018 £2,666 £3,315 £4,153
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 £1,522 £1,984 £2,445 £2,954
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 £2,018 £2,613 £3,208 £3,810
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 £1,735 £2,216 £2,698 £3,084
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 £1,876 £2,466 £3,055 £3,810
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 £1,735 £2,265 £2,796 £3,084
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 19th 2025 £1,522 £1,965 £2,407 £2,954
Oct 19th 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 £1,876 £2,471 £3,066 £3,810

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 24th 2024 €1,647 €2,147 €2,646 €3,196
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 €2,183 €2,827 €3,471 €4,123
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 €1,877 €2,398 €2,919 €3,337
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 €2,030 €2,668 €3,306 €4,123
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 €1,877 €2,451 €3,026 €3,337
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 €1,647 €2,126 €2,604 €3,196
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 €2,030 €2,674 €3,318 €4,123
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 €1,647 €2,147 €2,646 €3,196
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 €2,183 €2,885 €3,587 €4,493
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 €2,030 €2,674 €3,318 €4,123
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 €1,647 €2,147 €2,646 €3,196
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 €1,877 €2,451 €3,026 €3,337
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 €2,183 €2,827 €3,471 €4,123
- Easter €2,183 €2,885 €3,587 €4,493
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 €1,647 €2,147 €2,646 €3,196
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 €2,183 €2,827 €3,471 €4,123
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 €1,877 €2,398 €2,919 €3,337
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 €2,030 €2,668 €3,306 €4,123
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 €1,877 €2,451 €3,026 €3,337
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 19th 2025 €1,647 €2,126 €2,604 €3,196
Oct 19th 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 €2,030 €2,674 €3,318 €4,123

Prices based on an occupancy of 16 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 24th 2024 $1,764 $2,299 $2,834 $3,423
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 $2,338 $3,028 $3,718 $4,415
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 $2,010 $2,568 $3,127 $3,573
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 $2,174 $2,858 $3,541 $4,415
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 $2,010 $2,625 $3,240 $3,573
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 $1,764 $2,277 $2,789 $3,423
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 $2,174 $2,864 $3,554 $4,415
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 $1,764 $2,299 $2,834 $3,423
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 $2,338 $3,090 $3,842 $4,812
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 $2,174 $2,864 $3,554 $4,415
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 $1,764 $2,299 $2,834 $3,423
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 $2,010 $2,625 $3,240 $3,573
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 $2,338 $3,028 $3,718 $4,415
- Easter $2,338 $3,090 $3,842 $4,812
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 $1,764 $2,299 $2,834 $3,423
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 $2,338 $3,028 $3,718 $4,415
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 $2,010 $2,568 $3,127 $3,573
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 $2,174 $2,858 $3,541 $4,415
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 $2,010 $2,625 $3,240 $3,573
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 19th 2025 $1,764 $2,277 $2,789 $3,423
Oct 19th 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 $2,174 $2,864 $3,554 $4,415

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Stunning location

    on 15/09/2023

    Very beautiful spacious house. Stunning location! We loved everything about our stay!

  • Gorgeous views of the sea

    on 10/08/2023

    Beautiful home, very well furnished. The house had everything you need. Gorgeous views of the sea, and only a few minutes walk making it an ideal location. The host was extremely accommodating and responded quickly. We had an issue with the wifi and they sent someone to come and sort it out the very next morning. We loved our stay here, Thankyou so much!

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