This is a delightful holiday cottage located in a stunning position.
Overlooking Penmon Priory in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Barracks Cottages has impressive views towards Snowdonia and across the Menai Strait.
To have both the mountains and sea in sight will be hard view to top in any other holiday cottage!
The renovation with all the modern comforts makes this an excellent holiday cottage to stay in.
With a modern kitchen that you can watch the sunrise over the mountains in the morning, there is ample dining space in the same room for the evening time.
Through to the sitting room with three large sofas around a wood burning stove, it’s the perfect place to kick back and relax after a day out.
There is also a second dining table in the sitting room.
There is a small snug at the end of the house with a TV to hide away after a long meal in the kitchen.
On the ground floor there is a cloakroom with loo & wash basin.
Upstairs are four bedrooms all together.
The first is a double room with king size bed and ensuite.
The ensuite to the double room has a shower, loo and wash hand basin.
There is also a further double bedroom and a twin bedroom.
Lastly, there’s a twin room with an ensuite which has a shower loo and wash hand basin.
The family bathroom has a bath with shower over, loo and wash basin.
Outside is a generous garden which is mainly lawn with ample parking for 6+ cars.
There is short rough track to drive to the cottage.
You can walk the Anglesey Coastal Footpath past the Priory up to Blackrock Point, make sure you look out for Penmon lighthouse and Puffin Island.
There is also a pebble beach with a local cafe serving all the delights you need to keep you happy.
Beaumaris is a 10 minute drive away, and has a selection of independent shops, bars, restaurants and galleries as well as Beaumaris castle.
A village that’s a must to visit.
Barrack’s Cottage is located in a position with stunning views, plenty of fabulous walks and a short drive to a bustling town.
The owner has brought Barrack’s Cottage back from a ruined Quarryman’s Barracks to how you see it today.
Even the detail of the bell tower being restored from the stone at Penmon Quarry is a delight to see.
We think it was used to que dinner time or chime for the end of shift.