A pal and I were cycling from Chester to Holyhead. There were few B&B places near to Red Wharf Bay, but Parc yr Odyn is a real gem. The B&B is located on National Cycle Route 5 (down a farm track), just west of the village of Pentraeth.
We were met as we cycled down the track by the lady proprietor, Helen with a welcome smile and the offer of a hot or cold drink (a cold drink was very welcome following our cycle trip). We sat in a delightful conservatory looking south, very pleasant and Helen joined us for a chat.
Our room was the Dairy cottage, delightful facilities, very clean, modern, warm and well equiped/supplied. There is a fully equiped kitchen area.
The en-suite with shower and bath was well supplied with big fluffy towels, loads of soaps, shampoos, tissues and books for those who like to linger.
Fresh milk and small cakes were left for us as a welcome. The beds were comfy.
Breakfast was an absolute delight. Fresh local produce (eggs from the very hens seen wondering around the cottage), local sausages etc. Plenty of food to satisfy the most demanding of appetites.
The proprietor kindly arranged for a taxi to pick us up for a visit to Red Wharf Bay about 4.5 miles away - worth a visit, see reviews.
I'd definitely go back, assuming the B&B wasn't fully booked of course!More
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