This detached property sits on a tranquil residential estate in Anglesey's small village of Llandegfan.
With the magnificent attractions and opportunities of the island close at hand, make this your base for a memorable family holiday.
The ground floor contains a number of welcoming living areas to spend some quality downtime with your loved ones; the main sitting room features cosy sofas, a modern electric fire and a TV for some evening entertainment.
For an alternative relaxing spot, the centrally heated conservatory also offers snug seating, as well as a dining table set for five of you, where you can enjoy your meals or plan the holiday's events.
This floor concludes with a fully fitted, neutral kitchen, hosting a charming breakfast table where you can drink your morning coffee before another adventure-filled day begins.
This Llandegfan cottage provides three bedrooms; a double, a twin and a single room offer a choice of sleeping arrangements whilst the master bedroom comes with its own en-suite shower room.
To truly let your hair down in peace, treat yourself to a soothing bath at the end of the day.
The peaceful village of Llandegfan provides a shop and a friendly local pub, not to mention offering access to some of Anglesey's gems.
The historic and beautiful town of Beaumaris rests nearby, served by a wealth of quaint amenities, along with a fabulous pier and plenty of activities.
You can also admire the idyllic Menai Straits nearby, along with the unspoilt countryside and coastline of the island.
This delightful property promises an unforgettable family break.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with a basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table seating 2. Sitting room with electric fire. Conservatory with dining furniture and comfortable seating.
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.