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Self Catering Barn Dyffryn Ardudwy Lemon Drizzle and Fresh Eggs

Published on 7 Mar 2019 by Gwion Llwyd

If you stay at this self catering barn, Dyffryn Ardudwy you will receive a delicious homemade lemon drizzle cake and half a dozen eggs from the owners hens!

Moelfre is a one bedroom barn conversion on a working welsh hill farm, named after the mountain that sits behind the cottage. You can help feed the pigs, collect the chicken eggs and meet the ducks. And occasionally throw a stick for border collie, Dell! And of course enjoy the spectacular views of the Cambrian Coastline.

Self Catering Barn Dyffryn Ardudwy | Moelfre

Self Catering Barn Dyffryn Ardudwy | Moelfre

Price From £43 / Night

Sleeps 2 | Farm Stay | WiFi | Near Beach | Near Pub | Real Fire

Moelfre, Self Catering Barn Dyffryn Ardudwy, named after the mountain behind the cottage, is a one bedroom barn conversion on a working welsh hill farm. It’s difficult for me to be objective when describing Moelfre as it’s one of the self catering cottages that we let out ourselves here at Byrdir. But I hope you’ll agree when I say they’re nicely furnished and decorated. We’re certainly very proud with the way they’ve turned out.

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