Cremlyn Farmhouse B&B
Cremlyn farmhouse, built in the year 1859, is spacious and full of character. The house is set in 460 acres of prime agricultural land on which sheep, beef cattle and cereals are produced.Superb location for a relaxing break in the countryside. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you. Cremlyn is only 1½ miles from the historic town of Beaumaris, with attractions including the Castle, Gaol, golf course, walks, beach, children's playing areas, fishing trips or shopping. Beaumaris is probably the best town on the island to go out for a meal, with excellent restaurants and brasserie, etc.The lounge has a large bay window overlooking the large garden, and there is a patio area with a barbeque.Excellent breakfasts, made with local produce whenever possible, are served from 6:30 to 9:30am.
Beaumaris, Anglesey,, LL58 8YR
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