Trearddur Bay 0.9 miles.
Set in a slightly elevated location, less than a mile from Trearddur Bay and Four Mile Bridge, on the road to Rhoscolyn, this delightful detached bungalow is in a fantastic location for exploring the delights of the Anglesey coastline.
This stylish cottage has a welcoming sitting room, ideal for socialising after an exciting day discovering the local beaches.
There is also a formal dining room for entertaining friends and family over a home-cooked meal, prepared in the large fitted kitchen, where guests can keep you company relaxing on a bar stool with a refreshing drink.
The bedrooms continue the stylish theme of the cottage, with a pretty double bedroom at the front and a family room at the rear, furnished with a bunk bed and a single bed to offer flexibility for your family.
The bathroom is equipped with both a bath and shower above, ideal to wash the sand off after exploring rock pools, and there is also a study area incorporated into part of the spacious dining room.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and offers space for the kids and dogs to run around, whilst you relax on the patio furniture.
This is a fantastic base to relax in after a day spend lounging on the beach, or walking part of the Anglesey Coastal Path and discovering secret coves and stunning cliff top views.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 adult bunks and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with study area. Sitting room (seats 4).
About the location
Holyhead 2 miles.
Trearddur Bay is situated on the western shore of Holy Island. It’s truly beautiful - a great sweep of low grassy coastline indented with rocky coves and fine sandy beaches (European Blue Flag). Watersports, bathing, sailing and windsurfing are the main activities in the summer months and golfers will enjoy the excellent Holyhead 18 hole links golf course. It’s a great place for nature lovers with renowned birdwatching at the South Stack Lighthouse RSPB Reserve and lots of rock pools and cliff top walks to explore. There are shops, pubs and restaurants in Trearddur Bay itself and nearby Holyhead offers a wider range of amenities, including a very good leisure centre, an interesting harbour front, a marina, the world’s second longest breakwater and exciting day trips to Dublin on the ferry. The Maritime Museum in Holyhead has an excellent cafe and the beautiful Holyhead Breakwater Country Park has walks for you to enjoy to both South and North Stack. Further afield there is the stunning Red Wharf Bay with its excellent beach and Beaumaris with its town and castle. A great location with plenty to see and do!