Amlwch 2 miles.
A stylish detached bungalow near the Welsh village of Pen-y-Sarn on the Isle of Anglesey.
Couples or friends wanting a relaxing break in an idyllic location shouldn't look further than Bryn Hyfryd cottage with its spectacular views and relaxing living areas.
When you're not spending your time exploring this amazing island, sit on the sofa and take in the warmth of the woodburning stove and its spectacular stone fireplace adding great character to this fresh bungalow.
The kitchen diner is modern, boasting all of the essential appliances in contemporary fixtures and fittings.
Bryn Hyfryd comes with two light and bright bedrooms with fresh bed linen and storage allowing you to pack for all weathers.
The interior of this cottage is finished with a luxury family shower room with sleek tiling, heated towel rail and a double walk-in shower.
The back garden is a fantastic outdoor area, a well-kept lawn and patio provides the perfect spot to sit and take in the breathtaking views of the Welsh countryside, mountains and sea.
Bryn Hyfryd comes rather secluded, however the nearby village of Pen-y-Sarn will provide the perfect base for your stay.
It is a pretty old village with a shop and a quirky beer and cider brewery.
Amlwch is just a short drive away, offering a wider range of amenities.
The Isle of Anglesey is under 30 miles long, making the entirety of it accessible by car.
The island is packed with beaches, museums, castles and a fantastic range of activities for everybody to enjoy.
Bryn Hyfryd is a well-presented location in a beautiful remote location.
About the location
Amlwch 2 miles.
Penysarn is an old mining village on the north east coast of Anglesey, which used to have its own recognised currency minted from copper from the nearby mines. It forms the starting point of many circular tourist walks, including industrial heritage walks such as Llwybr Cadi Rondol, which takes walkers through the old copper mines at Mynydd Parys, with their unusual lunar landscape. The Anglesey coastal path runs past the village and there are the usual amenities associated with a village including post office, village pub, grocers and village school. Less than 5 miles away is the delightful seaside village of Moelfre, 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. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.