• Self Catering Cottage Apartments
  • Self Catering Cottage Apartments
  • Self Catering Cottage Apartments
  • Self Catering Cottage Apartments
  • Self catering Cottage Apartments

Lastra Farm Self Catering Cottage apartments

Imagine a holiday which combines home comforts and flexibility with all the facilities of an Award Winning, family friendly hotel, on the beautiful Island of Anglesey

Two spacious yet cozy self-catering holiday cottage apartments set within the hotel grounds in the heart of Anglesey. The cottages are located next to the main hotel which is open for food and drinks.

The cottage apartments are ideal for a couples  looking for a relaxing break in this stunning area of outstanding natural beauty with award winning beaches all in close proximity. The cottages are dog friendly.

Both Cottage apartments have One King Size double bedroom and are beautifully decorated in a country coastal style with their own private entrance, there is ample car parking space per cottage apartment available to the front of the building.

Each apartment has a spacious, comfortable sitting room with  electric log effect fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine. Facilities include a flat screen TV, and Wi-Fi . All include towels & linen.

Our Self Catering Cottages , Hen Ysgubor and Beudy Bach are available for a minimum of 3 nights, 4 nights or 7 night stays from September – June

3 Nights available Friday – Monday

4 Nights available Monday -Friday

Check in 7 Nights Friday – Friday or Monday - Monday

7-night stays only during July & August, Friday - Friday

To make a booking click here

If you have any enquiries, please email enq@lastra-hotel.co.uk or call 01407 830906 and speak to Elaine or Adrian

The cottages are subject to their own specific terms and conditions which can be read here

The development has been offered funding from the Micro Small Business Fund (MSBF) through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.