A lovely cottage resting in the village of Llantrisant, Bodnolwyn Hir is a delightful retreat to spend some quality time with your loved ones, whatever the occasion may be.
Well-suited for families or travellers, there is an abundance of space for everyone to come together and plan out their adventures for the week ahead.
The lounge is your haven for socialising, or relaxing with the addition of an open fire to elevate those cooler evenings.
From the comfort of the L-shaped sofa or the dining table which seats up to six people, you can enjoy the heart-warming set-up all night long.
Continue to the well-appointed utility area and kitchen, joined by a lovely breakfast table for those early morning starts.
The next floor is your night-time escape, a collection of double bedrooms each well-presented and wrapped in relaxing colours, with one room benefitting from idyllic countryside views.
Wake up to the refreshing landscape, and then get yourself ready in the classic bathroom, pleasantly decorated with a quirky overtone.
Wander outside to begin your afternoon on the patio area, perhaps with a warm cup of tea, whilst the children make the most of the lawned area.
A delightful cottage in a well-rounded location.
Three double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Utility. Lounge/diner with open fire.
About the location
Holyhead 8 miles.
The small Welsh village of Llanddeusant nestles close to the stunning north west coastline of Anglesey amidst spectacular cliffs and golden, sandy beaches. Home to Wales' only remaining working windmill, visitors can see corn being ground the old fashioned way, then enjoy refreshments in the mill’s excellent tea room. The village provides a perfect location from which to explore this beautiful island, which boasts excellent fishing, birdwatching, golf, climbing and watersport opportunities, and with the ferry port of Holyhead within 8 miles, why not take a day trip to Dublin just 2 hours away? Nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait, lies the Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales' largest marine aquarium, whilst the historic town of Beaumaris, a major yachting centre, with its medieval castle and good selection of shops and restaurants, is within a short drive. A superb location for exploring this lovely island and its many visitor attractions.