This detached cottage next to the owners' home is peacefully located in the centre of the pretty village of Llangoed, on the Isle of Anglesey.
With country walks all around and paths leading to the Menai Straits and the Anglesey Coastal Path, this pretty cottage offers quality accommodation for walkers and cyclists, or just a romantic break away from it all.
Stylish and well-presented throughout, this lovely modern cottage enters through a boot room into a spacious hallway, which opens into a cosy sitting room with a soft comfy sofa which converts to a double bed for occasional guests, if required.
Move through to the modern and stylish fitted kitchen with intimate dining area, equally ideal for a romantic meal for two or a social evening for four.
The bedroom and bathroom are located upstairs from the hallway and have been styled in keeping with the rest of the property, to offer a tasteful king-size double bedroom where you can enjoy a good night’s sleep and wake up in the morning refreshed and ready to explore the delights of the surrounding area.
Outside this attractive cottage there is a lovely private area with lawns and decking for you to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the location and soak up sunshine throughout the day.
The cottage is pet-friendly for dogs, but the owners do have their own dogs, so yours will need to be kept on a lead when outside, but will love the surrounding countryside.
With so much to do in the area, including quality golf courses, Beaumaris with its medieval moated castle, Penmon lighthouse and boat trips around Puffin Island, this lovely cottage is a fantastic destination all year long.
About the location
Beaumaris 3 miles.
The village of Llangoed is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the beautiful east corner of the Isle of Anglesey, offering a shop and Post Office. Nearby is the fascinating and attractive town of Beaumaris, boasting a 13th century castle, Georgian and early Victorian houses and shops, a number of excellent tea rooms, restaurants and stylish shops, and a delicatessen. Visit the town’s old courthouse and Victorian gaol, or the pier where you can fish for crabs or catch a boat to see the birds on Puffin Island. From the pier and promenade there are spectacular views across the Menai Straits and Snowdonia. Nearby Penmon Priory, founded in the 6th Century by Saint Seiriol and with its Holy Well and Dovecote, is just a short walk away on the coastal footpath.