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Amlwch 2 miles; Moelfre 7 miles.
A scattered, rural village situated close to the cliffs of Point Lynas and the little bay of Porth Eilian, on the beautiful north coast of Anglesey. Llaneilian stands amidst lovely countryside, which is perfect for scenic walks and cycle rides, but is perhaps best known for its lighthouse built in 1835, and its small, attractive shingle and sand beach, which is sheltered by cliffs and headland making it perfect for swimming, boating, fishing and other water sports. Just 2 miles west is the old port of Amlwch, the most northerly town in Wales, and Parys Mountain, where visitors can enjoy the Copper Mine Trail Walk amidst the old ruins of what was once the world's largest copper mine in the 18th century. Amlwch's harbour dates back to the Middle Ages and once was a thriving port. There is excellent fishing and golf nearby as well as beautiful sandy beaches and spectacular cliff top walks. Enjoy the medieval town of Beaumaris, with its 13th century moated castle, museums, excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, take a day trip into Snowdonia or visit Dublin from the nearby port of Holyhead.
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A delightful, small, stone-built cottage in an idyllic location in the scattered, rural village of Llaneilian on the beautiful north coast of Anglesey. Adjoining the owner’s attractive 19th century farmhouse, The Cottage has been successfully renovated to provide charming, open plan accommodation, with a cosy en-suite bedroom with beautiful, panoramic views of the sea and the enchanting Point Lynas Lighthouse. Guests have their own, private garden along with use of the owner’s lovely walled garden with delightful wildlife pond and picnic area providing stunning views. There are wonderful woodland walks from the doorstep while the lovely, sheltered Porth Llaneilian Beach is just 10 minutes’ walk away, offering excellent swimming, boating and fishing. The whole island offers sandy beaches and stunning coastal scenery, while the attractions of Snowdonia and trips to Dublin from nearby Holyhead are within easy reach. A lovely, romantic retreat in an idyllic location.
One double bedroom with en-suite bath, shower, basin & WC, with lighthouse & sea views. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area, sitting area with log-effect electric stove & door to decking. Note: En-suite has a sloping ceiling.
Electric stove on ground floor, electric heater on first floor. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge with small freezer compartment, LCD TV with Sky & DVD in sitting room & bedroom. Radio, CD player, WiFi. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Private garden & front decked sitting area with sea views. Use of owner's walled garden with wildlife pond & picnic table. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop & pub 2 miles, beach 10 mins walk. Leisure centre 3 miles away in Amlwch. Note: Owner can provide a washing service for guests by arrangement. Note: No babies/children.
Previous visitors' comments about The Cottage:
Fantastic place to stay. The owners gave us a smashing welcome. Lovely cottage to stay at. Could not fault it. Would go back any time. I also learned the difference between a Herring Gull and a Fulmar. I'll be presenting Country File next.
Mrs Stanley, Warwick, March 2013
Being Photographers, for us it was an idyllic property in an idyllic location, the weather was absolutely fabulous and the owners could not have done any more to make us feel welcome, we would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone.
Mrs Gouldson, Bude, February 2013
Excellent cottage and very warm welcome from the owners.
Mr Birch, Leamington Spa, December 2012
You could tell every little detail had been thought about to make our stay hassle-free. Fresh flowers plus friendly but discreet owners.
Mr Hamilton, Sheffield, September 2012