This well situated semi-detached property occupies a picturesque riverside spot near the village of Aberffraw.
Set over three floors, Llonydd offers comfortable accommodation for a family wishing to explore the beauty of Anglesey.
The ground floor includes an open plan kitchen diner area with seating for six people.
To the front, you can relax in the sitting room area with coal effect gas fire and three piece suite.
Downstairs also has a shower room and WC, with adjoining utility room.
The first floor has a double bedroom affording views out to the beaches and a twin room to the rear.
Stairs take you to a third bedroom, a mezzanine level offering another twin room accommodation with Velux window.
Outside, the rear has a small patio section and a lawn area on split levels.
To the front, a small patio area allows you to set up the outdoor furniture and relax as the tide rolls in.
The village of Aberffraw is a short walk away, with a pub and a shop.
The beach at Aberffraw is one of the highlights of Anglesey, and just a short drive away is the history and heritage of the whole Isle.
There are coastal walks all around the island.
Maybe wander down to Four Mile Bridge, or if you want to journey further afield, Beaumaris Castle on the North East of the island makes a fine day out.
Perfect for a picturesque walking base, or simply an opportunity to enjoy a beachside retreat, Llonydd is ideally located for the beauty of the Isle of Anglesey.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x second floor twin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with coal-effect gas stove.
About the location
Rhosneigr 4 miles; Trearddur Bay 10 miles.
The historic, seaside village of Aberffraw, nestles serenely beside the banks of the tidal River Ffraw, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the Heritage Coast of Anglesey. Holding an exalted place in Welsh history, this sleepy village, known as “the Land of the Prince of Wales”, held the title of Capital of North Wales, between the 9th and 13th Centuries. Once an important port, the village now consists of the ancient Church of St Beuno, a picturesque pack horse bridge, a selection of craft shops and tea rooms, a charming village pub and a beautiful white sandy beach with stunning, panoramic views of Snowdonia. Explore nearby National Nature Reserve spots at Newborough Warren and Malltraeth Pool, surrounded by sweeping sand dunes and marshes, or enjoy a relaxing day on the award winning beach at Llanddwyn Island. The area is renowned for its fascinating birdlife and breathtaking coastal scenery, and with the renowned watersports centre at Rhosneigr situated just 4 miles away, this is the ideal location for a varied and enjoyable holiday.
Note: The access for the second floor twin bedroom is via very steep stairs, and is therefore not suitable for small children or those with limited mobility.