Brynsiencyn 2 miles.
A spectacular property offering a group of fourteen a luxurious stay on the Isle of Anglesey, The Outbuildings can be found resting on the outskirts of the small village of Llangaffo.
Made up of an impressive stone-built converted barn and an accompanying shepherd's hut, The Pink Hut, this holiday base makes a true idyll for friends or families at any time of the year.
Park up in the ample parking space, beginning your exploration with The Pink Hut housing, a cosy traditional shepherds hut which consists of a double bedroom, boasting its very own Freeview TV, a warming woodburning stove and an en-suite shower room, it makes the perfect hideaway for a couple.
Make your way over to the main building and gather together within the impressive open-plan living space, also housing a rustic woodburning stove, here the chef of the group can prepare a family-favourite meal with the good range of contemporary appliances resting between here and the utility, with room for five guests to gather at the stylish breakfast bar with three armchairs making a lovely spot to soak up your glorious scenery out of the patio doors.
Take your mealtimes outside and dine alfresco amidst the spectacular views of the countryside and Mount Snowdon beyond, or venture into the living/dining room with its spacious dining area housing a large table offering enough room to seat everyone and wonderful views over the countryside from the floor to ceiling windows, the plush sofas making the perfect spot to settle down in front of the woodburning stove, with the mirror conveniently turning into a Freeview TV!
Be sure to make the most of the bar area too for a relaxing evening making a concoction of cocktails, while the little ones delight at the activity of the tennis courts just out of the patio doors.
The ground floor is host to two of the six beautiful bedrooms in this property, made up of a super-king-size offering the option to be a twin on request with its convenient zip/link functions, along with its own TV and en-suite shower room, as well as a further super-king-size served by the ground-floor family bathroom, offering a wonderful sleeping spot for those less able or couples seeking to escape the excitement of the group.
Moving up to the first floor you will find an impressive mezzanine games room hosting a full-size snooker table and a selection of games to be enjoyed at the social U-shaped sofa, as well as a Smart TV found here too for a movie night.
Take your pick from the remaining four bedrooms, each offering their own beautiful interior and en-suite bedrooms, including a four-poster king-size with an en-suite bathroom and a king-size with an en-suite shower room, both with their own TVs so you can watch your favourite shows from the comfort of the covers, accompanied by two twin bedrooms with zip/link functions which can be super-king-size on request boasting en-suite shower rooms.
Each of the bedrooms hosts its own unique name and theme, as well as ample storage space for all your personal belongings, offering everything you could need and more for a memorable self-catered stay.
At the beginning of each day, pull on your walking boots and step outside to the fresh country air with your morning coffee, with plenty of lawn space for your canine companions to play too, this property is sure to be a delight to all.
The local area is wonderfully remote, with all the amenities you could need for a self-catered stay close by, including a village shop and Post Office in Llangaffo, where as a pub can be found in the nearby village of Brynsiencyn along with a café and a takeaway.
Visit the nearby Anglesey Sea Zoo where you can see over 150 native species letting you learn more about the wonderful creatures of the surrounding sea.
Be sure to visit Foel Farm Park, letting you experience life on a real working farm where you can even feed some of its furry friends, or enjoy a historic day out at the nearby National Trust owned Plas Newydd House and Gardens, an impressive mansion and gardens offering wondrous views of Snowdonia.
For those seeking adventure, a trip over to mainland Wales is a must to experience the beauty of the Snowdonia National Park up close; tackle the summit of Glyder Fawr, Highest peak in the Glyderau range with opportunities for scrambling too, or enjoy a simpler stroll along the Llyn Ogwen circular walk, with views of Tryfan and the Glyderau creating the perfect backdrop at any time of year, and a walk wonderful for all abilities.
Explore more of North Wales to find Beaumaris and Caernarfon with their spectacular castles, independent shops and lots of places to eat and drink.
In easy reach of so much wonder, The Outbuildings is a true delight all-year-round.