Llanfairpwllgwyngyll 2.3 miles.
This charming Grade II listed cottage is located in a courtyard setting on the outskirts of the famous village boasting the longest name in the world!
With a high end finish the majority of fixtures and fittings acquired locally, complemented by subtle interior design, in keeping with the original features and area.
It is under a ¼ mile from Plas Newydd Historic House and Gardens, owned by the National Trust and set on the shores of the Menai Strait, amidst breathtakingly beautiful scenery and with the Snowdonia mountain range as a backdrop.
The cottage is part of Llwynonn Farm, dating back to 1857 and the home farm for Plas Llwynonn, the neighbouring country house built by Lady Willoughby de Broke in the same year, Llwynonn Farm was then acquired by the family of Plas Newydd around the turn of the 20th Century and provides perfect holiday accommodation and a great base for a couple, friends or a family from which to explore the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales.
Converted from part of the old stables this stunning cottage has been completely renovated and is deceptively spacious once inside and is full of charm and character with oak internal doors and exposed beams.
The open plan living accommodation is warm and welcoming with a dining area and a sitting area with a sumptuous corner sofa, providing comfy seating for everyone, completed by a wonderful wood burning stove, perfect for those cooler evenings.
The lovely kitchen area has been individually designed by Buxton Woodwork's and has a breakfast bar and is fully fitted, extremely well-equipped and fully integrated, catering for all your needs.
The ground floor bathroom is modern and well-appointed with lovely detailed tiling.
Upstairs are two delightful bedrooms, both with sloping ceilings and exposed beams and timbers, the main bedroom boasts a king-size double bed with a twin bedroom just across the landing, all are hypnos mattresses perfect for a great nights sleep.
Outside this lovely cottage are front and rear, enclosed garden areas, both with furniture and providing a lovely area to sit out and enjoy an early morning cuppa.
The renowned tourist attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo together with the award winning Marram Grass Restaurant, located very close to Llanddwyn Beach and Newborough Warren, are only a short drive from Llwyn Onn and the Snowdonia mountains are easily accessible to explore and enjoy.
The Isle of Anglesey boasts numerous other attractions, including the historic town of Beaumaris with it’s Castle built by Edward I, and offers wonderful coastal walks and cycling routes with many miles of stunning beaches to explore.
This wonderful cottage provides a great base to enjoy your holiday or weekend break away anytime of the year.