A wonderful, mid-terrace, three storey cottage, oozing with comfort and charm, in a pleasant part of Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey, only 5 minutes walk from a dog friendly Penrhos beach.
The whole family can spend some quality time together at Glan Yr Wern, amongst the spacious interior that has been carefully designed to provide a memorable experience.
Arriving inside, an entrance porch leads through to a hallway where you will feel the sense of warmth and character that flows around the property.
Step into the homely lounge, decorated with cosy brown sofas and a fire, which promises many cosy nights for you and your loved ones.
The window seat is a nice extra to the room, ideal for a quiet hour or two appreciating the location.
The modern kitchen offers plenty of space to prepare appetising meals, and the dining room is beautifully presented, with patio doors that open out to a lovely garden.
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to relaxing after the sun sets, with a snug boasting a selection of seating, and a woodburner-effect fire tucked into a stone fireplace.
The next floor is your night time haven, with the choice of a single room, and two double bedrooms; the first has a sleek neutral finish, whilst the second is laced with an ocean blue overtone, for a seaside effect.
Both benefit from freestanding wardrobes.
Head up the next staircase, to the 2nd floor attic bedroom where you will find two twin beds.
Glan Yr Wern is also a quick 5 minute walk from the an all year round dog friendly Penrhos Beach, perfect for enjoying with your furry friends.The property is also within walking distance of the ferry terminal, if you want to visit Ireland for the day.
Steeped in history, an adventure around the local area is a must, home to the Breakwater Country Park, a former quarry, which offers designated walks through the grounds.
With spectacular clifftop walks over Holyhead Mountain, golden sandy beaches at the award-winning Trearddur Bay and the Snowdonia National Park, this is a scenic getaway with an abundance of one-of-a-kind attractions.