Menai Bridge 1.5 miles.
This lovely detached property is situated on the outskirts of the village of Llandegfan on the Isle of Anglesey.
Ideal for a family, friends or a couple looking to explore Anglesey and North Wales, this property is in a slightly elevated position and has some lovely views encompassing countryside and the mountains in the distance.
Bwthyn yr Ardd offers upside down holiday accommodation and is presented to a good standard.
Arranged on the ground floor are two bedrooms, a twin and a spacious double, and serviced by a nicely appointed shower room.
Upstairs you’ll find a spacious open plan living area which is enhanced by high ceilings, wonderful exposed beams and some lovely views.
The kitchen area is well-equipped and extends to a comfy dining area, whilst the sitting area boasts two sumptuous sofas, perfect for a relaxing night in.
There is ample off road and a patio area with seating which is the ideal place to relax at the end of the day, enjoy a glass of something and watch the world go by.
The centre of Menai Bridge is around 1.5 miles away and offers a variety of pubs, shops and restaurants.
Depending on your interests, the area is packed with things to do, from walking and cycling the coast and countryside to learning more about the local history.
Cycling and watersports are ideal activities for those wanting to burn off some energy, a rib ride along the Menai Straits is a must and a great way to explore the islands and high cliffs.
Bwthyn yr Ardd provides a comfortable base all year round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor utility. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Menai Bridge 1.5 miles; Beaumaris 3 miles.
Llandegfan is a small village built on the sloping banks of the beautiful Menai Straits and referred to as the gateway to Beaumaris – the nearby delightful, 700 year old town. The village has a history of woollen mills which used to service the island’s hundreds of farms in times past. Beaumaris is a wonderful town overlooking the Straits and Snowdonia mountain range beyond, and famous for its magnificent moated castle (built in 1295), its lovely varied architecture, specialist shops and high quality pubs and restaurants. Enjoy the 17th century court house and gaol, Museum of Childhood, sea zoo and fishing and sightseeing boat trips from the pier. Discover the islands stunning cliff top walks, sandy beaches, excellent golf courses, bird-watching, fishing and water-sports facilities or even a day trip to Dublin.