Newborough 4 miles.
An impressive, detached farmhouse, situated on a 5-acre non-working farm in open countryside, near the village of Brynsiencyn, 4 miles from Newborough on the delightful Isle of Anglesey.
Boasting lovely views across countryside and farmland, this wonderful cottage is the former home of the Sherriff of Anglesey, and records show that a dwelling has been located on the site as far back as 1330, plus in the adjoining fields there are ruins of old druid settlements.
The cottage has many character features, including original floor tiles in the entrance porch and a Rayburn stove in the kitchen.
The cosy sitting room at this Anglesey cottage has a woodburning stove, plus your holiday home also has a separate dining room with a seating area, a large and airy kitchen with dining area and five bedrooms spread across two floors, most of which have unspoilt country views.
A pleasant lawned garden provides a superb sun trap where you can relax and enjoy the wildlife and birdsong, or explore the surrounding countryside on foot.
With easy access by car to the Menai coast and Newborough beaches, this cottage is an ideal base for families and groups of friends.
About the location
Bangor 9 miles.
The small village of Newborough lies on the edge of forests and dunes at the south west corner of Anglesey. Close by is Llanddwyn Bay, renowned as one of the finest beaches in Britain, ideal for swimming, canoeing, beachcombing and birdwatching or just relaxing! Behind the beach, the 1500 acre sand dune system of Newborough Warren is home to skylarks, meadow pipits and oyster catchers as well as toads and lizards and is protected as a National Nature Reserve. The Tan y Foel horse riding centre is within 3 miles of the village centre and Anglesey Sea Zoo, Foel Farm and the Anglesey Sea Salt are only a short drive away and make a fun day out for the whole family. Nearby Aberffraw is the home of the Anglesey racing track and will offer an exciting day.