A well-presented detached cottage situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, close to the heart of the popular seaside resort of Benllech, on the north Anglesey coast.
Decorated with a modern, stylish finish, this Benllech cottage has everything needed for a perfect family holiday, boasting sea views from the bright and airy sitting room, which also has a woodburning stove and a patio door onto an elevated balcony.
The well-equipped, fitted kitchen has a small breakfast area, and there are also two welcoming bedrooms and a bathroom at your cottage in Benllech.
The gardens wrap round this delightful Benllech cottage and provide a sheltered decking area where you can dine alfresco and relax into the evening, or you may wish to sit on the balcony and soak up the views towards the bay, which can be reached in a five minute downhill walk.
There are some excellent golf courses within easy reach of this Anglesey cottage and cliff-top walks will lead to quaint coastal pubs, where you can enjoy excellent food and a refreshing pint before walking home.
There are many places to visit on this wonderful island, including beautiful sandy beaches, Anglesey Sea Zoo and the National Trust owned Plas Newydd Country House.
A charming Benllech cottage offering a superb coastal getaway for friends and family all year long.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin (can be super king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table (seats 2). Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Red Wharf Bay 1.5 miles.
Benllech has a beautiful, long and sandy beach, much favoured by families, with a slipway allowing easy access for all. A variety of shops and cafés front the beach, with a picnic area to the side, whilst the village centre offers more shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants. The setting promises to suit every taste, with the village itself ideal for family holidays, whilst the rural setting offers peace and easy access to the coast, rural Anglesey and of course the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia.