This cosy ground floor cottage sits on the edge of the ever-popular old fishing village of Moelfre, on the picture perfect Isle of Anglesey.
Offering basic but cosy and comfortable accommodation, perfect for a couple looking for a relaxing retreat beside the coast, this quirky holiday cottage occupies an ideal setting, tucked away opposite the local shop, and next to a day-time cafe, with a stream running behind it.
Inside you’ll find a compact kitchen, with a drop-leaf dining table and folding chairs for informal dining, along with a welcoming sitting room with a woodburner; a wonderful addition for a restful evening after a day on the beach.
The cosy bedroom has a concertina door from the kitchen, along with a secret bathroom, revealed via a sliding mirrored door.
Outside is a small rear seating area overlooking the stream, where you can enjoy a refreshing drink whilst listening to the water babbling past.
Within a two-minute stroll down a small hill, you’ll find yourself at the local village pub, where you can sample its fine home-cooked foods, with views overlooking the stony bay, Moelfre headland and the Irish Sea.
Enjoy delightful doorstep walks and cycle rides, with access onto the Anglesey Coastal Footpath across the road, providing a superb coastal walk to Traeth Lligwy.
Visit the Lifeboat Station and Heritage Centre where you can learn the history of its modern service, or try a spot of sea fishing, surfing, windsurfing or kitesurfing.
This lovely little cottage offers a perfect base to explore the delights of Anglesey’s charming coastline.
About the location
Lligwy 2 miles; Benllech 2.5 miles.
Situated on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey, Moelfre is a delightful seaside village, boasting little cottages, a picturesque port, a beach, fine views of Snowdonia, a working lifeboat, and two quality pubs/restaurants. Visit the hugely popular local Seawatch Centre, take boat trips around the coast and enjoy fishing or watching sea birds, seals and even dolphins, or discover wonderful cliff-top walks with stunning mountain views. The village has many historic links, the most recent being the site of the tragic Royal Charter shipwreck in 1859. There are stunning sandy beaches nearby, at Benllech and Lligwy, and the lovely Red Wharf Bay, with its miles of open sands and birdlife. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.
Note: No infants.