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Llanfechell near Cemaes Bay, Anglesey (Ref. 921156)

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  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

  • Miss Boughen
    August 2016
    “The location of the cottage is very ...”
    The location of the cottage is very easy to find using the sat nav and we arrived to a very warm welcome with the owners (very kind and friendly) meeting us at the property, they had also left a mini hamper of wine, cheese, shortbread biscuits, tea, coffee and Welsh sea salt. The cottage is located in a very small, quiet village with a real sense of community, however, generally, places in Anglesey are only minutes away, there is lovely Cemaes Bay 6 minutes drive away from the cottage (plenty of ...
    The location of the cottage is very easy to find using the sat nav and we arrived to a very warm welcome with the owners (very kind and friendly) meeting us at the property, they had also left a mini hamper of wine, cheese, shortbread biscuits, tea, coffee and Welsh sea salt. The cottage is located in a very small, quiet village with a real sense of community, however, generally, places in Anglesey are only minutes away, there is lovely Cemaes Bay 6 minutes drive away from the cottage (plenty of others within short distances) and a small town approx 10 mins away (Almwych). Despite staying in a small village, there are plenty of people about, all really welcoming and chatty, there is an excellent little grocery shop seconds away from the cottage that stocks anything you could possibly need, there is also a community cafe next door high opens a few hours most days - their food is really nice and the volunteers are so friendly. Our 5 year old liked the park, which is just a minutes walk away. The cottage is very close to the road (there is no path outside of the property), however, traffic noise wasn't bothersome, care just needs to be taken due to the road junction nearby. The cottage itself is very cosy (but not small), clean and fresh. The decor is modern, simple but very tasteful with everything needed for the holiday from complementary slippers to the George Foreman grill, the owners have great taste in furnishing and there are lovely touches throughout. The beds are extremely comfortable ( I enjoyed getting into bed every night!) with plenty of bedding and pillows -again feeling very fresh and new. There is nothing negative to say about the accommodation, I hope to return and I would definately recommend it to others.

Features

  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

The property

A wonderfully appointed, spacious late 18th century terraced cottage, in the heart of Llanfechell, on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.

Situated opposite the friendly village pub and close to the Grade II listed church of St Mechells, this delightfully refurbished character cottage is accessed directly from the street into a stylish dining room with a cosy seating area and feature fireplace.

A spacious sitting room with an electric woodburner-effect stove offers a further welcoming and comfy area to sit and relax with friends and family, perhaps as you plan your activities for the coming days of your holiday.

There is a well-equipped, modern kitchen with all you could need for your stay, whilst upstairs, the family bathroom is shared amongst the three bedrooms, a king-size double, a single and a twin, which also offers a zip/link facility, converting to a super king-size if required.

Outside, to the rear is a fully enclosed, secure patio area, where bikes can be stored, and you can sit back and relax, keeping cosy in front of the chiminea should the evening get cooler.

Nearby Cemaes Bay is ideal for rock pooling, exploring the superb clifftop paths and hidden coves, or simply enjoying the golden sandy beaches and sheltered cove, whilst watching the boats bobbing on the harbour.

A stay at this cosy family cottage will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed, with lasting memories of your superb holiday.

Accommodation

Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super king-size double on request), 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with sitting area. Sitting room with electric woodburner-effect stove.

Amenities

  • Electric central heating with electric stove
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, 2 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot, highchair and stairgate on request
  • Roadside parking 30 yards away, on first come, first served basis, plus free car park 100 yards
  • Enclosed patio with furniture and chiminea
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 2 mins walk, pub opposite
  • Children’s park and small Astro pitch 150 yards
  • Note: Front door opens onto road, safe access for children available through back door and side passage
  • Note: Village pub opposite, occasional associated noise
  • Note: Low doorway into kitchen.

About the location

LLANFECHELL

Cemaes Bay 1.5 miles; Holyhead 15 miles.

Llanfechell is a small village situated one and a half miles from Cemaes Bay, on the northern tip of Anglesey in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village gets its name from the nearby 12th century Mechell Church, which has been extended over the years and where it is believed that St Mechell is buried. The ancient Parys mountain copper mines are seven miles away, with their lunar-like landscape and the area is popular with geologists and archaeologists due to the rock formations at Mechell Mountain and the several ancient monuments scattered around, reputed to be some of the oldest in the world. Llanfechell is home to a village pub, which serves traditional ale with a warm welcome. Nearby, the pretty seaside village of Cemaes Bay is home to three pubs, a few shops, a natural sheltered harbour and a sandy Blue Flag beach, edged by grassy cliffs and ideal for safe bathing and family fun. The whole of the Isle of Anglesey is renowned for its miles of stunning and varied coastline, offering wonderful walking and cycling opportunities, along with birdwatching, excellent watersports, fishing and many quality golf courses. Anglesey Sea Zoo and a variety of National Trust properties and gardens are all within reach on this beautiful island, while a day trip to Dublin can be enjoyed from nearby Holyhead. A great location offering something for all the family.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas