This charming, detached cottage is located in an elevated position in the picturesque coastal fishing town of Moelfre, on the scenic Isle of Anglesey.
Benefiting from upside down accommodation to capture the best of the stunning sea views, this cottage offers a stylish, first floor open plan living area with a high apex ceilinged sitting room and delightful sea views, with a well-equipped fitted kitchen and dining area also with views across the bay.
A flight of stairs leads off the sitting room down to the ground floor bedrooms and bathrooms which are made up of a twin and double bedroom which share a fabulous wet room through Jack-and-Jill doors, a king-size bedroom with room for a cot, and a further cosy bunks room.
An internal step leads down to a family bathroom with a large corner bath and separate shower.
Outside and to the rear is a superb enclosed patio garden with furniture and a built-in barbecue, whilst the front patio benefits from some sea views.
Walk down the short hill to the pebble beach and village pub, along with a few craft shops, or visit the lifeboat station and museum across the road from the cottage.
With the Anglesey Coastal Path on your doorstep, and beaches and coves easily accessible, you don't need to venture far for great days out.
Pop down the road to the superb sandy beaches at Benllech and Red Wharf Bay, or discover the majestic history of the castle in Beaumaris.
One thing is for certain, you will want to return to this wonderful cottage time and again.
Four ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double with Jack-and-Jill access to wet room, 1 x twin with Jack-and-Jill access to wet room, 1 x adult bunks. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor bathroom with corner bath, separate shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area .
About the location
Lligwy 2 miles; Benllech 2.5 miles.
Situated on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey, Moelfre is a delightful seaside village, boasting little cottages, a picturesque port, a beach, fine views of Snowdonia, a working lifeboat, and two quality pubs/restaurants. Visit the hugely popular local Seawatch Centre, take boat trips around the coast and enjoy fishing or watching sea birds, seals and even dolphins, or discover wonderful cliff-top walks with stunning mountain views. The village has many historic links, the most recent being the site of the tragic Royal Charter shipwreck in 1859. There are stunning sandy beaches nearby, at Benllech and Lligwy, and the lovely Red Wharf Bay, with its miles of open sands and birdlife. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.