Llanfechell 1 mile.
This detached bungalow is situated in rolling countryside, one mile from the small village of Llanfechell and three miles from the seaside village of Cemaes Bay, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Isle of Anglesey.
Set down a short private track, this pebble dashed bungalow has been fully renovated and has a ventilation system which circulates clean air throughout the property, making it beneficial to asthma and allergy sufferers.
Furnished and decorated to provide an enjoyable holiday destination, this cottage is ideal for a family retreat or a group of friends who want to get away from it all.
This delightful cottage has three welcoming bedrooms offering two doubles and one twin room, as well as a bathroom.
The living space consists of a lovely kitchen with a dining area and a cosy sitting room where you can relax in peace and quiet.
Outside, a small unfenced brook trickles through the lawned garden offering a tranquil sound to accompany you as you unwind with a good book and a refreshing drink.
Close by, footpaths lead to the coast and the Llyn Alaw reservoir, plus the nearest shop and pub are only a fifteen minute walk away.
There is so much to see and do on Anglesey that will suit all tastes and with trips off the island to the Snowdonia National Park, the Llyn Peninsula and even Dublin, you will never get bored!
This charming holiday home is in a delightful, rural location, that you’ll be keen to return to time and again.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Cemaes Bay 1.5 miles; Holyhead 15 miles.
Llanfechell is a small village situated one and a half miles from Cemaes Bay, on the northern tip of Anglesey in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village gets its name from the nearby 12th century Mechell Church, which has been extended over the years and where it is believed that St Mechell is buried. The ancient Parys mountain copper mines are seven miles away, with their lunar-like landscape and the area is popular with geologists and archaeologists due to the rock formations at Mechell Mountain and the several ancient monuments scattered around, reputed to be some of the oldest in the world. Llanfechell is home to a village pub, which serves traditional ale with a warm welcome. Nearby, the pretty seaside village of Cemaes Bay is home to three pubs, a few shops, a natural sheltered harbour and a sandy Blue Flag beach, edged by grassy cliffs and ideal for safe bathing and family fun. The whole of the Isle of Anglesey is renowned for its miles of stunning and varied coastline, offering wonderful walking and cycling opportunities, along with birdwatching, excellent watersports, fishing and many quality golf courses. Anglesey Sea Zoo and a variety of National Trust properties and gardens are all within reach on this beautiful island, while a day trip to Dublin can be enjoyed from nearby Holyhead. A great location offering something for all the family.