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35-37 Upper Quay Street

Amlwch, Anglesey (Ref. 1063990)



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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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6 Customer Reviews

  • "It was a beautiful cottage, with fantastic views and a real home from home feel."

    We didn't want to leave.m

    Reviewed by PeterOct 2021

  • "Lovely house and gardens with great views of Quay and harbour."

    Enjoyed watching the Harbour Porpoise each day. Adelphi pub quaint with good beer and pies. Also Chippy has tasty fish and chips. Amlwch is a good base for travelling around the island

    Reviewed by LynSep 2021

  • "House was lovely and clean."

    No walk in shower as listed and by the time we had been informed bit late to find something else. The property manager was very helpful and did tell us that the house is still undergoing some updating. We also found the mattresses on the double beds uncomfy but that could be personal preference. All in all we had a lovely stay in this clean spacious house and had a lovely welcome pack. Despite the lack of walk in shower would recommend and return.

    Reviewed by LindaSep 2021

  • "The location of the house was fantastic - sitting in the conservatory overlooking the sea."

    The access to the house is a little narrow but completely manageable if you take it carefully. There was plenty of room for us all, the house was very very clean and comfortable, the new kitchen was absolutely gorgeous and we had a wonderful week on Anglesey. We had a very warm welcome from Ronnie and Nia and they were super helpful with any queries we had during our stay. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by JenniferAug 2021

  • "The facilities were not to sykes normal cleanliness."

    We have being to various cottages from Sykes/Menai for 19 years. When we booked the holiday we were under the impression from sykes website that it had a walk in shower and that's why we chose this because 2 of us needed a walk in shower as we have health issues. One of the bathrooms was outdated and sink loose. Also it stated that it had a summer house but it was a dumping ground so couldn't be used. We did like the cottage and conservatory was beautiful with amazing views. The garden does need attention in some areas and once its up to Sykes normal standards we would holiday there again.

    Reviewed by IsobelJun 2021

  • "It was absolutely wonderful, the house manager "Ronny" was so professional and informative and they welcome pack was such a wonderful addition."

    Reviewed by MarkJun 2021

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The property

Resting in an idyllic position, just moments away from the thriving port of Amlwch, is this striking yellow holiday cottage, 35-37 Upper Quay Street.

With many characterful features, this picturesque property offers a splendid setting for any adventure on the Isle of Anglesey.

Return to the homely feel of the enticing sitting room, making yourself feel right at home as you allow yourself to sink into the cream corner sofa and warm your feet in front of the gas fire.

Retreat to the tranquil conservatory with a warm cup of coffee and a captivating novel, enjoying a moment of peace and quiet whilst the sun shines against your face, or continue outside to the magnificent lawned gardens and discover a sheltered seating area where you can delight in many dinners alfresco whilst taking in the spectacular views of the sea.

Cook up a storm in the fabulous kitchen, adorned with charming Villena tiled floors and chic navy cabinets with stunning marble worktops and hints of rose gold, that house a sea of appliances including a traditional black range cooker and a spacious dishwasher.

Just a few steps away, a warm and welcoming dining room with quirky antique furnishings provides a wonderful space to entertain loved ones, whether it be indulging in a delicious family banquet with a chilled bottle of bubbly, or gathered together to discuss all of your upcoming adventures in Wales before playing all of your favourite board games.

When you begin to tire, whisk yourself off to the first floor and find five well-appointed bedrooms, each styled with individual features whilst hosting an abundance of storage space for all of your belongings.

Comprised of a King-size and a twin, both with access to a shared Jack-and-Jill bathroom, as well as a king-size, a twin, which can become a double for flexibility and a double room, all served by a smart shower room, the property offers ample sleeping space for a family or group of ten.

Amlwch Harbour is has a very long history, this small harbour exported copper in the 18th & 19th centuries from largest mines in the world at the time on parys mountain.

With the earliest ship movements recorded in 1730 as a timber port carrying Oak, copper was discovered in 1762 and the need to develop the port resulted in a large expansion to service boats built for the purpose of exporting copper on the island.

Make the most of your time in Wales with days spent hiking along the glorious Isle of Anglesey Coast Path, stopping off on the vast sandy shores of Traeth Porth Wen Beach and Traeth Mawr Big Beach along the way.

See the imposing remains of Porth Wen Brick Works and Llanlleiana Old Porcelain Works looking out over the sea, or wander across the luscious green landscapes of Cestyll Garden and Melin Llynon, Llanddeusant.

Travel across to Holy Island and take the 400 steps down to South Stack Light House, a great place to enjoy a spot of bird watching whilst admiring views across the sea.

Explore the historical town of Beaumaris, home to an old Victorian Jail and imposing castle ruin, as well as many pubs and restaurants from which to enjoy a night on the town.

If travelling with children, be sure to stop by Pili Palas Nature World and the Anglesey Sea Zoo, or cross on over to the mainland to swing from the trees and fly through the skies at Zip World Penrhyn Quarry and GreenWood Family Park.

Spend an afternoon down at Foel Farm Park and Anglesey Model Village, or stay close to home with tours of The Amlwch Port Windmill and Lighthouse, the Copper Kingdom Centre and the Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust.

Experience Wales like never before on a holiday at 35-37 Upper Quay Street.


  • Over two floors
  • Five bedrooms: 1 x King-size with Jack-and-Jill access to bathroom, 1 x king-size (zipl/link can be a twin on request), 1 x double, 1 x twin with Jack-and-Jill access to bathroom, 1 x twin (zip/Link can be a double on request)
  • Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Bathroom with a bath and shower over the bath, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with gas fire
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating
  • Gas range cooker with hobs, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
  • Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 3 cars
  • Multi-level garden with lawns, sheltered outdoor seating area and a summer house
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.7 miles, pub 0.2 miles
  • Note: Small pond in the garden, children and pets must be supervised at all times
  • Note: Several steps down to access the property and open tread staircase inside , please take caution
  • Note: Jacuzzi bath is for adults only

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £600.

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About the location


Amlwch Port 1.5 miles; Bull Bay 1.5 miles; Cemaes 5 miles; Holyhead 15 miles; Llangefni 15 miles.

The small seaside town of Amlwch lies on the north eastern corner of Anglesey, in a stunning coastal location. With an affluent mining history, the village now plays host to numerous activities and attractions, making it the ideal location for a family holiday. Discover the history of Amlwch and its copper mining tradition on the Heritage Copper Trail, part of the beautiful 125 mile coastal path that winds its way along the coast of Anglesey, or visit the Old Mine Works at Mynydd Parys, and see the red, yellow and purple rocks, which some say resemble the surface of the Moon. For lovers of fishing and golf, both are available in Amlwch, with the Bull Bay Golf Club close by, and sea fishing a very popular pastime. Take the ferry to Dublin and spend a day enjoying Irish life, or stay on Anglesey and make the most of one of the beautiful beaches on offer. No matter what your preference, you're sure to have a wonderful time in this lovely seaside location.

Region Information

Note: Small pond in the garden, children and pets must be supervised at all times.
Note: Open tread staircase, please take caution.
Note: Jacuzzi bath is for adults only

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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