A beautiful detached upside-down cottage, located on the outskirts of Rhosneigr, famous for its spectacular cliffs and sandy beaches.
Immaculately presented with a variety of bedrooms, you can bring along the whole family to experience this delightful cottage and its heart-warming features.
Two neatly presented bedrooms lie on the ground floor, laced in soothing colours, matching that of a hotel standard.
The twin is designed in lovely blues and whites, whilst the double has a light summery feel to leave you feeling truly relaxed.
The en-suites boast a sophisticated tone, featuring a rainfall shower and an all-white finish, with one of the rooms benefiting from a wide entrance, convenient for those with mobility issues.
Upstairs you will discover a final bedroom, with views of the colourful village houses, and contemporary sitting room close by, the perfect place to relax after a day walking along the coast.
The modern kitchen/diner offers plenty of space to prepare meals together and spend some time planning those up and coming adventures.
The village is appreciated for its renowned water sports, which includes some of the best windsurfing and kitesurfing in the UK.
Activities including fishing, sailing, sand yachting, golfing and hours of family fun can be enjoyed on the sandy beaches.
There are several pubs, restaurants and shops in the village, with the market towns of Llangefni, Holyhead, and the city of Bangor within easy travelling distance.
A wonderful retreat not to be missed.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite walk-in rainfall shower, basin and WC,
1 x first floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC,
1 x ground floor twin with en-suite bath, rainfall shower over, handheld shower, basin and WC.
Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC.
First floor kitchen/diner.
First floor sitting room.
About the location
Llangefni 12 miles; Trearddur Bay 12 miles; Holyhead 13 miles.
The popular seaside village of Rhosneigr is situated on the beautiful west coast of Anglesey, famous for its spectacular cliffs and magnificent sandy beaches. The village has a varied history including a 6th century church, tales of smugglers, famous off-shore shipwrecks and from the Edwardian era it has been a fashionable holiday destination. Today it is known for its magnificent beaches and renowned watersports, providing some of the best windsurfing and kitesurfing in the UK, with tuition available in the village. Activities include fishing, sailing, sand yachting, wreck diving, golf and hours of family fun on the enormous sandy beaches. There are several pubs, restaurants and shops in the village, with the market towns of Llangefni and Holyhead (starting point for day trips to Dublin), and the city of Bangor within easy travelling distance. Close by is the Anglesey Race Circuit, great for lovers or car and motorbike racing, while on the island you will find Pili Palas Butterfly Farm, Anglesey Sea Zoo and Beaumaris Castle. Boat trips around Puffin Island offer the chance to see nesting puffins and guillemots, or cross to the mainland and enjoy Victorian Llandudno’s shopping, restaurants and dry ski slope, Snowdonia mountains and the beaches of the Llyn Peninsula.