A delightful, terraced riverside cottage, situated on the edge of the quiet seaside resort of Aberffraw, three miles from Rhosneigr, on the southern coast of Anglesey.
This painted cottage, with original features throughout, enjoys an enviable position, slightly elevated above the River Ffraw, so the seating on the front terrace allows you to soak up the magnificent views, not just of the river and sand dunes, but of Snowdonia in the distance.
Offering comfortable, warm and cosy accommodation with a woodburning stove and beautiful river views, this cottage is the ideal base in Aberffraw to spend a relaxed break with family or friends.
Upstairs, the twin bedroom overlooks the rear garden, whilst the master double bedroom, with its feature fireplace, allows you to soak up more of the superb views, plus provided in both bedrooms are 500 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen.
Guests at this Aberffraw cottage can enjoy the bright sitting room with decorative fireplace during the day and the snug dining room with woodburning stove in the evening.
The well-equipped kitchen leads out onto the rear, terraced garden; an excellent space for enjoying a drink or meal, and keen cooks will find a good selection of herbs available to pick in the garden.
Just around the corner you will find the village pub, shop, tea rooms, heritage centre and bike hire, and the sandy beach is a short stroll over the sand dunes and offers superb watersports and bathing opportunities, with boat launching possible from right outside the cottage.
The Anglesey Coastal Path runs between the river and the cottage, whilst the sand dunes and beach are a dog walker's paradise.
This stunning Aberffraw cottage is the perfect place for a family holiday.
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.