- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
Pulrose is a contemporary, spacious, architect-designed, detached property, right on the sea front, and boasting some of the finest views in Bull Bay. Built in 2009/2010, specifically for the owner, Pulrose is in a stunning coastal location and has wonderful sea views, in the pretty village of Bull Bay, which is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This quality Anglesey cottage offers very well-equipped, bright and airy accommodation, where you'll feel immediately at home, and due to its unrivalled position, you can enjoy fabulous views over the bay and rocky inlets. From the headland opposite this Anglesey cottage, you can see the Isle of Man in the distance. The accommodation in this Anglesey cottage is set over three levels, with the spacious 30' open plan living area perched on the top level with picture windows framing the amazing views to perfection, and opening onto a balcony. There are three bedrooms in this Anglesey cottage, one of which is en-suite. Wake up in the morning to lovely views from the master bedroom, and in the evening, enjoy the stunning sea and beach views on the balcony, with a glass of wine. No matter the weather outside, you'll be cosy and comfortable in the spacious sitting room, from which you can watch the ever-changing sea, and perhaps spot a dolphin if you're lucky. Outside this Anglesey cottage there is large, pretty lawned garden with furniture and flower bed to relax in, while at the rear is a veritable sun trap, perfect for secluded sunbathing, even the headland in front of Pulrose is available for guests' use. The renowned Anglesey Coastal Path passesclose by this Anglesey cottage, offering access to 125 miles of unrivalled coastal scenery. Bull Bay has two hotels with bars, and 18-hole golf course, and is well placed for visiting the attractions of Anglesey, including Beaumaris, NT Plas Newydd, the mountains of Snowdonia, exploring the Llyn Peninsula, or hopping onto a ferry or a day trip to Dublin.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC and sea views, 1 x mezzanine twin, 1 x ground floor twin. Bathroom with roll-top bath, separate shower, basin and WC on the intermediate level. Ground floor basin and WC. Utility. Large upper level open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with log-effect gas stove, and picture doors onto the balcony.
Gas central heating to all bedrooms with gas stove on upper level. Electric double oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, radio/CD. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Highchair on request. Off road parking for 2-3 cars, plus boats and canoes etc. Front sitting area overlooking the sea, 0.25 acres of amenity headland (over the road from property), rear lawned garden with gravelled sitting area and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops 1.5 miles, two hotels with bars 2 mins walk. Golf club 4 mins walk. Rocky cove with stony beach and rock pools 25 yards. Note: 3' drop from lawned garden to ground level (rear garden), headland leads directly to rocky shoreline; young children to be supervised. Note: The garage is not available as part of the holiday let. Note: Check in 4pm.
About the location
Amlwch 1.5 miles.
Bull Bay, or Porth Llechog in Welsh, which means "sheltered bay", is a picturesque seaside village on the northern coast of the Isle of Anglesey. It is the most northerly village in Wales, and boasts wonderful coastal scenery, with the island of East Mouse lying within the bay, which is rocky, shingly and offers rockpools for shrimping and crabbing. The village has two hotels with restaurants and bars, an excellent golf course, wonderful scenic walks along the renowned Anglesey Coastal Path and exciting fishing and bird watching. 1.5 miles east is the old port of Amlwch, 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. Enjoy the medieval town of Beaumaris, with its 13th century moated castle, museums, excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, a sea zoo, Plas Newydd mansion, or take a day trip into Snowdonia, or visit Dublin from the nearby port of Holyhead.