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Bwthyn Y Gwynion

Gaerwen, Anglesey (Ref. 1070048)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
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  • All-ground-floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x Super king-size (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space kitchen, dining area and sitting area with log and flame effect electric fire
  • Gas central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, wine fridge, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
  • Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed rear lawn and patio garden with seating area and barbecue
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.9 miles, pub 1.8 miles

The property

Situated in the lovely village of Llanddaniel on the Isle of Anglesey lies Bwthyn Y Gwynion, a recently renovated property fitted out to the highest quality decor and furnishing in a contemporary slate-built cottage, ideal for two couples or a small family to escape to North Wales.

The living space at the property is entirely ground floor, as well as offering off-road parking for two cars.

On entering, a hallway invites you into the open-plan living area, complete with a reclining L-shaped sofa which you can sink into to watch the Smart TV after a day of discovering your surroundings, while the amber glow from the mounted, electric fire warms the room.

Continuing to impress is the well-equipped kitchen, home to an electric oven and ceramic hob, as well as a handy integrated dishwasher and all the necessary appliances you will need to concoct some delicious meals throughout your stay, while the rest of space plays host to dining seating for four, where you can catch up on the day's events.

Moving through the property, the first bedroom is home to a zip/link super king-size for a flexible sleeping arrangement, and plenty of storage for your belongings in the fitted wardrobe.

The second bedroom is home to a king-size, again with ample storage for you to unpack your things into the fitted wardrobe, while guests will benefit from the en-suite shower rooms; each bedroom hosts its own walk-in shower, basin and WC where you can prepare for the day ahead.

Through the patio doors in the open-plan living space, the garden boasts a pretty lawn and patio area, perfect for a picnic with your loved ones while you savour the summer sun.

For a lovely stroll head to Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest, filled with smooth walk ways through the forest it is a perfect day to spend looking for wildlife including the native Red Squirrel, or take the smooth boardwalk onto the beach where you can enjoy a lovely walk along the dunes or if the tide is out take a walk over to Ynys Llanddwyn.

While staying at the property you can visit a multitude of attractions, steeped in history, the area is home to Plas Newydd House and Garden, a magnificent manor home which is now part of the National Trust and open for visitors to learn or just to eat drink and relax while you take in the views over Snowdonia.

Also nearby is Penrhyn Castle and Garden, home to exhibitions on the dark history of the transatlantic trade, through to the Penrhyn Quarry Strike in 1900.

For the thrill-seekers, Sea Môr Kayaking offers kayaking trips around the coast to discover the habitats and wildlife of North Wales, and branching slightly further afield you will find the Snowdonia National Park, esteemed for its fantastic rambling routes and exceptional scenery.

This property is perfectly located for exploring the Menai Strait, this narrow stretch of water separates the Isle of Anglesey from the mainland, with pleasure cruises along these waters where you will pass under the Pont Britannia and Pont Menai Bridge's and can see sights like the National Trust Plas Newydd from the water in its commanding position on the banks.

Nearby there are several activities to suit all ages and tastes, such as Caernarfon Angling for the avid fishers, and Tyddyn Mawr Golf Course; you will be spoilt for choice with the amount of ways you can spend your days.

Animal lovers will enjoy a unique experience at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, which is a scenic car journey away and home to many diverse species, focusing on the conservation of wildlife and you can also play 'Keeper for a Day' before enjoying a spot of lunch in the Penguin Café.

Of course it is hard not to visit the delightful sandy beaches, why not venture out to Beaumaris Sea Front, another scenic drive from the property where you can stroll along the luscious sands and stop for some traditional fish and chips.

Closer to the property you will find a handful of restaurants including the Gaerwen Arms pub, or travelling towards the Menai bridge an abundance of eateries welcome you, such as Plus 39, a tasty Italian restaurant in the heart of North Wales.

Whatever your style of adventure, choose Bwthyn Y Gwynion as your base to explore from.

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  • “This property is immaculate and everything is to a high standard including the utensils!”


    Nested in a lovely private development with views to the front of snowdonia. We were a family of four with two boys aged 7 and 9 so this cottage was perfect for us. Great base with most places of interest around 20min drive. I highly recommend this properly and Anglesey blew us away with its beautiful beaches. Only negative is you have to drive to get anywhere but meant you were in the middle of everything. Don’t miss out on Llanddwyn beach, Crab catching at Beaumaris Pier (we caught 44!) and Rhosneigr has a great restaurant/bar called the Oyster catcher. It had a live band on outside and the balcony over looks the sand dunes. Porthdafarch, Holyhead is a lovely quiet bay if you want to escape the crowds. Aber falls is also 20min away for a beautiful walk suitable for all children & stunning waterfall. We tried Lee’s Chinese in the village which had great food - cash only and no delivery service but only five min drive. Gaerwen arms is a lovely restaurant/pub but expensive. Great high quality food and surroundings. Don’t hesitate in booking!

    - Mrs Seabright, May 2021

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About the location


Llanfair PG 3 miles, Bangor 7 miles; Beaumaris 10 miles

This lovely, large village rests right in the heart of the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. In terms of amenities, Gaerwen offers four friendly village pubs as well as a Chinese takeaway and a petrol station with a general store. Popular tourist spots surround this village, with wonderful beaches dotted along the coast, as well as some astounding inland scenery to be admired. Llanfair PG, abbreviated from one of the longest place names in the world, is just three miles away with a small selection of charming amenities and an old railway station worth a look. Both Beaumaris and Bangor which is over the bridge into mainland Wales, are within 10 miles and promise memorable days out with their vast array of amenities, splendid architecture and much to do catering to all tastes. The Snowdonia National Park is also reachable from here and is a paradise for lovers of the outdoors.

Region Information

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