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Bryn Mechell

Wales Isle of Anglesey Nr Cemaes Bay Llanfechell
  • Cemaes Bay
  • The park setting
  • Bull Bay
  • Typical Woodpecker Lodge
  • Typical Woodpecker Lodge
  • Typical Woodpecker Lodge
  • Typical Woodpecker Lodge
  • Robin Lodge
  • Typical Robin
Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

With a beautiful location in North Wales, Bryn Mechell lodges (some with private hot tubs) are the ideal escape for both families and couples.  The Snowdonia National Park with it's mountains and sparkling lakes is on the door step with an abundance of outdoor activities, or you could simply relax and watch the sun set and take in the amazing views.

The small collection of lodges and private driveway entrance give Bryn Mechell a somewhat exclusive feel and you will be just 2 miles from the pretty harbour village of Cemaes Bay.  The Anglesey coastline stretches for 125 miles and has been awarded "Area of Outstanding National Beauty", so there can be no better place to explore.

The lodges offer a spacious base for your holiday.  We love the Woodpecker Lodge which has the added bonus of an outdoor hot tub.  This lodge with 3 bedrooms has an open plan living space, floor to ceiling windows and outside decking.

Accommodation features
  • A choice of three bedroom lodges in a secluded development.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Woodpecker Lodge and Kingfisher Lodge only)
  • Flat screen TV/DVD with Freeview
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave and dishwasher
  • Bath with overhead shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2)
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Bryn Mechell


Kingfisher Lodge

Well presented and spacious lodge with one double, one twin and one single with 2ft 6in pull out bed. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.

Wood Pecker Lodge

Well presented and spacious lodge with one double, one twin and one single with 2ft 6in pull out bed. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.

Bryn Mechell Reviews

Andrew, Manchestet
Date of stay: 26th February 2018
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Well laid out. Needed some more kitchen utensils otherwise brilliant
Rachel, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 19th February 2018
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Fantastic site, really enjoyed our stay :)
Brian, Stoke-on-trent
Date of stay: 2nd February 2018
Accommodation type: Robin Lodge
looking forward to the next later in the year.
Lisa, Preston
Date of stay: 27th December 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Lovely place, clean and tidy. Would visit again, stayed with hubby and dog, plenty of room to go with more family. Would love to go again and explore we went at Christmas to relax so didnt go out much.
Only issues was the bedroom window didnt seal properly so wind noise at night was bad and the draft we stayed in woodpecker lodge 1, less soloition in hot tube would be good as it was very strong and burnt my eyes and smell stayed on body for days after numerous showers. Oven smelt so needed to clean it before use. But would go again great location.
Date of stay: 6th November 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
The static home was lovely. The only two things which could improve it were better heating when it's cold and little touches like egg cups etc as not a lot of kitchen things.
Janet, Leicester
Date of stay: 20th October 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Would definitely go back, peaceful place to stay within easy reach of good beaches and restaurants
Mark, Kidderminster
Date of stay: 6th October 2017
Accommodation type: Kingfisher Lodge
I have so 've booked another stay next year
Date of stay: 29th September 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Cannot wait to visit again.
Justine, Bradford
Date of stay: 15th September 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
It was a great holiday with a little gem of a local area.
Sara, Merseyside
Date of stay: 15th September 2017
Accommodation type: Wood Pecker Lodge
Highly recommended such a find
The staff are very friendly.
Beautiful little park with only a handful of lodges, quiet and peaceful area. Local village a short walk with pub and cafe, a short drive or 45 minute walk to the local bay with a few shops and pubs.
Excellent few days. Loved it.
Brilliant relaxing place, very clean and tidy. excellent place for walkers.
Excellent accommodation. Well laid out superb hot tub. Very clean on arrival. Check in and check out was simple. Staff gave us some great idea of areas to walk. Really tidy small site only 9 lodges plenty of parking. I was worried by earlier reviews but found the bad ones unfounded.
Second visit to this site need i say more.
We spent a weekend here & could not fault the accommodation or location. It is away from it all if that's what you like. Staff on arrival were excellent, & the hot tub was perfect. We would definitely go again.
great lodges ,kids loved the hot tub,lovely laid back break,cards, drinking, eating ,most relaxing
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Fun Days Out near Bryn Mechell

Ribride - about 17 Miles

An adventure boat company in the heart of Wales. Whether it's adrenaline fueled fun, or a relaxing river tour, you and your family will want to book up with Rib Ride. Ride a 'RIB' boat on the Menai Strait or take a Bear Grylls adventure boat tour. Very highly reviewed on Trip Advisor. Tours for bridges and swells, puffin and seals, castle and islands and more.

Penrhyn Castle - about 18 Miles
Penrhyn Castle is a neo-Norman castle is located in the stunning Gwynedd region of Wales. The castle will appeal to those who enjoy sites of historical interest as well as to families looking to enjoy a fun day out. The Castle is in very good condition and guided tours are on offer. Don't miss a look at the grand hall with its exquisite collection of paintings or the Victorian Kitchen which gives amazing insight into the running of the Castle. Other highlights include the Servants Rooms and the one ton slate bed which was originally made for Queen Victoria.
Greenwood Forest Park - about 18 Miles
This attraction is really something special and has reached the finals of the "Best Family Day Out" category in the National Tourism Awards for Wales.  It's actually the only attraction in North Wales to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. Located in the Snowdonia region there are many rides and activities including Jungle Boat Adventure, Den Building, Green Dragon Roller Caoster, Treetop Towers and the BareFoot Trail.  Kids of all ages will love it here and we think it's excellent value as well.