Gwnus Bungalow looks across to the Menai Straits, located just outside of the village of Brynteg in Anglesey in North Wales.
It provides pleasant accommodation, perfect for a small family or group of friends to discover the delights of Anglesey.
Accessed down a private tarmac lane which is a no through road, this property is neutrally decorated, the fresh sitting room is home to comfortable leather seating, a TV and an electric fire to keep you warm whilst watching a favourite film together.
The well-equipped kitchen/diner comes with everything that you need, including a dining table set for four of you to enjoy your meals together.
Gwnus Bungalow comes with two well-presented bedrooms, a wonderful spot to get your much-needed rest after a day at the beach or exploring the shops at nearby Beaumaris.
A charming family bathroom completes the interior of the property.
Admire your location in the perfect way by taking a seat on your private courtyard with your morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
The village of Brynteg hosts a friendly pub and a golf course with a public restaurant for you to enjoy.
From here, the entire island is easily accessible by car, with a plethora of beaches, coves and cliffs to see as well as charming towns and villages with plenty of quirky shops and pubs to make your stay one to remember.
You can also make the journey to the Snowdonia mountain range for a spot of serious trekking or cycling accompanied by wonderful scenery.
Gwnus Bungalow is a comforting place to stay at any time of year.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower with hand rail, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Benllech and Red Wharf Bay 2.5 miles; Moelfre 4 miles.
Brynteg is a small rural village close to the wonderful coastline of the lovely Isle of Anglesey. The village has a pub, and is home to the Storws Wen golf course, which also boasts a restaurant open to the public. Only 2.5 miles away is the seaside resort of Benllech, which has a beautiful long and sandy beach, much favoured by families, with a slipway allowing easy access for all, whilst Red Wharf Bay offers miles of sand (when the tide is out) and provides wonderful scenic walks and an excellent inn, in which to wine and dine afterwards. The setting promises to suit every taste; the town is ideal for family holidays, whilst the rural setting offers peace and easy access to the coast, rural Anglesey and of course the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia.