Glan Morfa Lodge. Holiday Cottages
Glan Morfa Holiday Cottages And Wildlife Experience
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Glan Morfa Lodge provides a unique holiday and short break opportunity for those wishing to experience the unspoilt beauty of the Island of Anglesey.
Glan Morfa Lodge comprises of six spacious and well designed stone built, holiday let cottages and is set in 37 acres of country-park. The site includes two lakes and is an ideal holiday location for walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and star gazers as well as for those who simply wish to relax and recharge their batteries while enjoying the beautiful and tranquil surroundings. You might even catch a glimpse of the otters that are regular visitors to the lakes at Glan Morfa.
We are located within two miles of Newborough Forest and Newborough Warren, and the outstanding Blue Flag beach at Llanddwyn. The mountains of Snowdonia provide a perfect back drop to Glan Morfa and are within easy reach for those with more adventurous activity in mind; as are the historic towns of Beaumaris and Caernarfon for anyone favouring more leisurely pursuits.
The Glan Morfa Lodge holiday cottages were winners of the 'Best Self-Catering Establishment of the Year', sponsored by InOut Magazine at the 2011 Anglesey Tourism Awards.
We are Green Tourism members waiting for our grade. Solar and wind power supply energy to each of the properties. The waste water is disposed of through a reed bed system.
The Glan Morfa Lodge Wildlife Experience is an environmental project situated on the periphery of Malltraeth Marsh an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Isle of Anglesey.
On entering the old farmyard and gazing westwards towards Bodorgan Estate the beauty of Glan Morfa and the countryside become apparent and entices the visitor to explore further.
The initial rolling fields make way for rocky outcrops, which finally sink away from the higher ground over vegetation clad escarpment and into the marshy lowland. Nature has the guiding hand in dictating how the site is developing. In order to redress the ecological balance, disrupted by centuries of agricultural grazing, extensive planting of native tree species has become the primary remedial aim.
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This page was last updated: 21 October 2014