This lovely, traditional Victorian terraced property is tucked away on a residential street, close to the centre of Menai Bridge.
Well-presented with some original period features this cottage provides spacious accommodation, arranged over three floors, that the whole family will enjoy.
The sitting room has a lovely open fire, perfect for those cooler evenings, and extends into the dining room where you can all enjoy a family meal together.
The well-equipped kitchen and further dining area are to the rear of the property, and patio doors lead out into a pretty courtyard garden with a raised decked seating area, a wonderful haven of peace and tranquillity and is a delightful area where you can dine al-fresco of enjoy a refreshing drink long into the evening.
There are three bedrooms are arranged on the first floor, together with the family bathroom and an additional cloakroom for extra convenience, whilst the fourth bedroom is location on the second floor and boasts a king-size double bed and sloping ceilings add character.
Menai offers a wide selection of shops and art galleries, along with an excellent waterfront restaurant and welcoming pubs, many of which are award winning.
The delights of Snowdonia are only a short drive, ideal for walking, climbing and mountain biking, or join the Anglesey Coastal Path which runs almost past the front door, and follow it along the coast where you can admire and take in outstanding views and scenery.
A traditional cottage providing an excellent base for Menai town and the delights of Anglesey.
Over three floors: Four bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size, 1 x double, 2 x single. Bathroom with corner bath, seperate shower, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Dining room. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Llanfairpwllgwyngyll 2 miles; Bangor 2.5 miles; Beaumaris 4.5 miles; Caernarfon 8 miles
This delightful town sits right on the edge of the Isle of Anglesey and is home to one of two bridges to mainland Wales. It is an ideal base for a holiday and is great for exploring this beautiful island. It has a strong history which can be discovered in the Menai Bridge Heritage Museum, the well known Saint Tysilio lived on Church Island, just off of Anglesey in the 9th century, hence the name of the 14th century St. Tysilio's Church. Menai Bridge itself offers a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. In terms of entertainment, this is an ideal spot with something for everybody, there is the butterfly palace 'Pili Palas' which is incredibly popular with families, as well as the astounding Plas Codnant Hidden Gardens well worth a walk around. The Snowdonia National Park is within driving distance for you outdoor enthusiasts, it has wonderful walking, cycling and opportunities to see some beautiful sights. Nearer to the town, there are some incredible nearby places including the popular towns of Beaumaris and Caernarfon with their majestic castles and much more to do.