- Hot tub
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
16 Customer Reviews
"We had a really good time and will certainly be booking again next year."
The property is excellent and a real home from home. Our party was 8 adults and 1 dog but we were never on top of each other. Our Mike really enjoyed his self in the kitchen preparing our full Welsh breakfasts. Amazing place as well being our first time on Anglesey.
"Absolutely stunning property, has everything we needed."
immaculately clean and in a superb location. very short walk (2mins) to beach and cemaes. would highly recommend this house.
"We really enjoyed our holiday in this house and we've already booked another stay."
The location is fantastic with the village, beach and three pubs in easy walking distance. The house was immaculate on arrival and very comfortable. We all made good use of the hot tub.
"Lovely property, quiet location."
Very well equipped apart from there being no kitchen scissors so had to use the the brilliant but very sharp knives to open food packaging. Also shame we could not enter the rear garage as I could see a net in there which we could have used to clear the debris from the hot tub after the wind storm the night we arrived, the cover had blown off due to both catches away from the house being broken. These are minor issues and would definitely stay here again, 12 year old granddaughter loved the jam and really nice to have everything to have a hot drink on arrival.
"A superb comfortable and spacious accommodation."
There were 6 adults and 2 children, the children had to share a double bed and as they're sisters that was ok but maybe a room with twin beds would be ideal. Good facilities within the property, the kitchen is well stocked with all of the usual kitchen ware. Be careful of the hearth in the dining area when coming from the lounge area. I tripped on the corner and went flying and almost knocked my head on the kitchen counter and a couple others almost did the same. The roller blinds, although very stylish, are white and don't block the early morning light out. Who wants to be woken up early on holiday
"The house was lovely."
Very comfortable, clean and well equipped. The location was id3al for beach and local shops/pub and as a base for driving out to other areas. But, the listing gave the impression this was a dog friendly property, which is why we booked it. However, there were paths either side of the house from the back area to the street and a back gate with large gaps that small dogs could easily get through. We had to block off the paths with garden furniture and the gate with dustbins the best we could and constantly keep an eye on the dogs. Also, the property notes inside the house said it was pet free, which was confusing! The lock on the patio doors was faulty and we couldn’t lock it. The owner mentioned he had had to break-in for previous visitors who had locked themselves out of the property. It would have been quite easy to lock yourself out if you forgot to take the key from the inside of the front door. Luckily, we didn’t have that problem and really enjoyed our stay overall.
Thank you for your feedback, this is much appreciated. We have since put new gates at either side of the house making it more secure for dogs/ children and have made arrangements to sort the main gate. We initially weren’t a property accepting dogs. This is why the information in the welcome pack stated this. This was an error on our part and should have been updated, therefore thank you for bringing it to our attention, this will now be rectified. The patio door is relatively new, therefore not sure what the problem was with the lock? We have had someone check this and there doesn’t appear to be any issues. Kind Regards, Maria Property Owner
"Hi, thank you for our stay in your lovely house."
We had a fantastic holiday, dodged the rain lol, and found plenty to do on the Island with our 3 Grandkids and dogs. Being in walking distance of the beach was an added bonus. The house was well equipped with everything we could possibly need. It was very suitable for the whole family and so many rooms for us all to use in which ever way we wanted, and of course the jacuzzi was the favourite of us all. Kind Regards and hope to see you again, Elaine
"Such a beautiful accommodation in a beautiful location, highly recommend and will definitely be back again !"
"The property was lovely, very clean and large bedrooms, my only negative point ..."
The property was lovely, very clean and large bedrooms, my only negative point was there was no curtains in the bedrooms only a roller blind that didn't block any light out, so sleeping was disappointing, I would recommend that curtains be fitted to all the bedrooms, other than this I would have given it a full 5 star
"Superb Holiday Accommodation Definately didn't want to come home after our week here."
Fantastic modern, open plan house. Spotlessly clean. Well equipped. Lovely welcome from the owners with several thoughtful extra touches. We regularly stay in Cemaes and will most certainly be staying here again. Highly recommended
"We had a lovely stay at Daresfield."
Everything we wanted/needed. Would return anytime.
"Absolutely fabulous house, metres away from sea front."
Nicely decorated, open,airy, comfortable beds. Liked it so much weve booked for another 2 weeks!
"We had a fabulous 7 night stay for new year at this beautifully renovated house in Cemaes."
Joni and Maria were extremely quick at responding and are lovely, welcoming people. The house is very well equipped and perfect for a large family stay. There were 5 adults, 2 children and a dog in our group. The open plan layout lends itself perfectly to a sociable stay. Comfortable beds and lovely soft towels that smell amazing. Hot tub was a perfect end to a busy day walking and on the beach. Only a couple of things we could perhaps suggest to make it absolutely perfect? A clothes horse so items don't have to be put on the radiators, some coat hooks downstairs and on the back of bedroom doors, some more clothes hangers. Would highly recommend checking out the Llefrith Nant Dairy vending machines which are a short walk away and the Sea Shanty Cafe at Trearddur for delicious food and desserts. Also a lovely beach there. Cemaes was quiet at the time we visited but we all enjoyed the lovely beach there and the local shop is well stocked. It is also a good base to explore Anglesey. The sunset at Rhosneigr was amazing and Beaumaris and isn't far either.
"Beautiful part of the island and the house is in a brilliant location."
...2 mins walk to the lovely beach/coastal walks. Also 2 mins walk to the local shops/cafe/pub. The accommodation is large with such great facilities. It was very clean, tidy and comfortable. Nice to be welcomed with some bottled fresh milk and local produced chocolate etc.the kitchen has everything you'd need for self catering.
"We just finished our week away at the property and the photos don't do the house justice as it is much larger than the pictures portray."
The owner was lovely and communication was brilliant, the hot tube was perfect, and we didn't want for anything in the house. The locals were super friendly and even though the supermarket was a short drive away the local shop, that is only a few mins walk away, was well stocked and helpful. There was plenty to do in the area and Holyhead is only a 25min drive away. Around the corner from the house is Llefrith Nant Dairy vending machine where you buy a bottle and then take that back each time for fresh milk and milkshakes (I loved the raspberry ripple milkshake), there is literally a 2min walk to the beach, with free parking for the disabled guests like me, where they make wood fired fresh pizza to order (you can see them making the dough) can't get any better eating it on the beach which is a nice place to walk at any time of the day of night. While there they had a RNLI day and had music and stalls along the dock where we got to walk around a working lifeboat, After popping into a local shop that had lots of unique handmade gifts, we found that all the profits go back to the community, confirming this is a lovely village with a strong community spirit. All of these things made the stay at the property above and beyond what we was expecting.
"We had a great time, lovey place to relax and unwind very close to the beach."
This a new home just had a full refurb, lots of parking and a great hot tub and seating area which is bonus
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- Four bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor double, 2 x King-size and 1 x double upstairs
- Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, and WC
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail, and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove
- Electric central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric double oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher
- Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel, power, and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair and travel cot available on request
- Private driveway to the front and rear, for at least 5 cars
- Front garden with lawn, patio, and furniture
- Enclosed rear multi-level garden with lawn, decking, furniture, and hot tub
- Sorry no smoking
- 2 Well-behaved pets welcome
- Please note: Dogs are not allowed on furniture or upstairs
- Shop and pub 0.1 miles, beach 0.3 miles
- Note: There are steps to the exterior of the property Please Note: Although this property can allow short breaks in the off-peak season, changeovers are restricted to Mondays and Fridays, so bookings would need to be within the days of Friday-Monday or Monday-Friday
- Please note: Towels be supplied at the property for personal use, however it is advisable to bring your own towels for use of the hot tub
Set in the heart of Cemaes Bay, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the coast of Anglesey, is this contemporary four-bedroom cottage, Daresfield.
Just a stone's throw away from the beach and the village centre, situated within a prime location for a seascape, whilst featuring a hot tub, a large private driveway, and an open-plan, stylish layout, the cottage welcomes eight guests, ideal for a family or group getaway.
Enter the main social hub of the property, flooded with natural light, complete with a corner sofa, a woodburning stove, a sleek kitchen and utility, with all expected appliances, and a generously-sized dining table, to cater to your entire party.
For those who love spending time in the sunshine, venture to the conservatory, for some quiet time, perfect for reading a book or enjoying an afternoon coffee, or perhaps discover the rear garden, sure to delight, with high-quality grey decking, outdoor furniture, and a sought-after hot tub.
Four inviting double bedrooms are on offer, all with lavish velvet headboards and ample storage, one of which can be found on the ground-floor, serviced by a marble effect shower room; the remaining bedrooms are within proximity to the main bathroom, also completed with contemporary fixtures.
The sandy shore of Cemaes Bay is within walking distance, while hikes up Mynydd Parys, and tours around Copper Kingdom Centre are prime attractions in the local area.
Travelling centrally, into the county, opt for a family-friendly day at Pili Palas Nature World, discover the award-winning grounds and facilities of Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, or follow the nature trails throughout the 25 acres of Nant Y Pandy.
Holyhead is a bustling town to visit, with a port serving Ireland, offering daily trips, follow the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path to see more of the beautiful county, or opt for a guided tour around Holyhead Maritime Museum, covering 100 years of maritime history.
Take to Anglesey by staying at Daresfield.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.
About the location
Amlwch 5 miles; Holyhead 17 miles.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the beautiful North Anglesey Heritage Coast, the pretty seaside village of Cemaes Bay is home to three pubs, shops, an award-winning chip shop, a cafe and Visitor Centre, a natural sheltered harbour and a sandy beach edged by grassy cliffs, ideal for safe bathing and family fun. The Isle of Anglesey is renowned for its miles of stunning and varied coastline offering wonderful walking and cycling, renowned birdwatching, excellent watersports, fishing and many quality golf courses. The well-known Sea Zoo and a variety of National Trust properties and gardens are all within reach on this beautiful island. A great location offering something for all the family, including even a day trip to Dublin from nearby Holyhead.
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