The North Wales seaside village of Rhosneigr welcomes visitors to its new boutique guest house, Driftwood. With six bedrooms and a self-catering lodge, Driftwood promises guests the facilities of a luxury hotel but with the warmth and friendliness of a Welsh guesthouse—rooms offering breathtaking views across the sea, mountains, RAF Valley and Starvation Rocks.
Driftwood, a newly refurbished luxury guest house and lodge, has been reopened by the new owners with six fresh rooms over three floors. The property is positioned as a luxury boutique Rhosneigr guest house and lodge just a few minutes from the sea. You can stay in various room options catering to families, couples, and animal lovers.
Guests will enjoy en-suite rooms with Egyptian cotton linens and complimentary wifi. Rooms also offer additional luxuries such as toiletries from Anglesey’s Cole & Co, tea and coffee facilities, local biscuits from Aberffraw, and complimentary chilled water, bathrobe, and slippers for every guest. Two bedrooms offer family-sized sleeping arrangements, with an optional Z bed and travel cot available. Animal lovers are also accommodated in a dog-friendly room.
Two bedrooms in the residential annex offer family-sized sleeping arrangements, with an optional Z bed and travel cot available. In addition, animal lovers are also accommodated in a number of dog-friendly rooms. The self-catering lodge is refurbished into a luxury lodge with a separate entrance and outdoor seating area. Named ‘Driftwood Lodge’ (https://rhosneigr.co.uk), it features a king-size bed with an en-suite shower and a kitchenette with all amenities, including a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and oven.
Driftwood is located in the lovely village of Rhosneigr, on Anglesey’s west coast, and provides much-needed accommodation. The village has two golden sand beaches that are particularly popular with wind and kite surfers, attracting enthusiasts from all over the United Kingdom.
Visitors to Driftwood will be in an ideal location to explore Anglesey island, which has a 120-mile perimeter with views of the Eryri Mountains and the Llyn Peninsula.
Matthew Bullas and Katherine Owen, owners of Driftwood and directors of Rhosneigr Ltd, stated, “We are excited to reopen Driftwood in the picturesque village of Rhosneigr, and we look forward to welcoming guests to our beautiful coastal area. We offer a variety of rooms to accommodate families, couples, and solo travellers, who will feel at home in the tranquil atmosphere of our boutique inn.
“Because the island is designed to accommodate vacationers looking for everything from great restaurants to adventure sports, from golf to nature walks, Driftwood is ideally situated to provide a relaxing retreat in well-designed luxury rooms at the end of a fun-filled day.”