Penrhos is a cosy, intimate annexe cottage in a fabulous location on the Isle of Anglesey, two miles from the island's county town, Llangefni.
Looking towards the picture-perfect Snowdonia Mountain Range, this heart-warming bolt hole serves as the ideal base for a relaxing getaway with your loved one.
Enter the property into its rustic kitchen; wooden units and a delightful dining table make it a wonderful spot to prepare and enjoy your meals together each day that you're here.
Head into the sitting room where you can lounge on the stunning leather sofas and watch your favourite DVDs with the electric fire to keep you warm - a curtain separates the room from the splendid double bedroom, leave the curtain open for a refreshing open feel.
The interior concludes with a classy all-white shower room.
Revel in your surroundings in the garden shared with the owners, you can sit out with your morning coffee whilst appreciating the incredible views of the scenic Snowdonia mountain range, with direct access straight from the garden to public footpaths over fields and country lanes.
Langefni is a wonderful market town for a holiday on Anglesey, offering a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants filled with charm as well as a number of historical buildings.
The entire island is easily accessible by car; should you want a day on the beach, with the nearest beach being under 5 miles you can easily visit Aberffraw, Rhosneiger and Newborough forest beach and nature reserve, or have a day in the countryside or in one of many characterful towns and villages, Anglesey has it all.
A wonderful little annexe in a fabulous location.
About the location
Benllech 7 miles; Red Wharf Bay 7 miles; Holyhead 16 miles.
The large market town of Llangefni is built along the banks of the River Cefni and retains many historical buildings, including the Town Hall and the clock tower, which sit alongside shops, bars and restaurants, plus the town also has an art gallery. Llangefni is centrally located on Anglesey, situated only 7 miles from the wonderful beaches at Benllech and Red Wharf Bay, which offer miles of sandy coastline. This area of Anglesey is renowned for its beautiful sunsets, and the nearby beaches are ideal for families with safe, shallow bathing waters. The charming town of Beaumaris, the Sea Zoo, Pili Butterfly Palace and Plas Newydd are all on the island, while on the mainland, Penrhyn Castle, Bodnant Gardens and the stunning scenery of Snowdonia are easily reached, making Llangefni an ideal holiday base, all year round.