Ash Cottage

Penysarn, Anglesey (Ref. 22496)

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  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes

  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

  • View on map

Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Smoke-free Smoke-free
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi
  • Mr Ireland

    “This was my first visit to the Isle of Anglesey, and I picked a splendid cottage for my first experience; Oak Cottage at Rhiwlas in Pen y Sarn, near Amlwch.”

    Of paramount importance was that the cottage was all on one level to accommodate my 86-year-old mother. Added bonuses were: ...

    Of paramount importance was that the cottage was all on one level to accommodate my 86-year-old mother. Added bonuses were: Splendid views of the sea to the north and Parys mountain to the east. A very efficient heating system, and overall a naturally warm house. A generally very well equipped house. A friendly host in Teresa Shaw. Minor negatives were that the furniture was very low down, at times making it difficult for my mother to get off having been on for a period of time. However, it is accepted that very young children have to be considered as well, and that it is impossible to please everybody. It may also be that the plumbing on the kitchen tap is due a review. Otherwise I could not fault the cottage in any way, and we hired it for a week a great price. I found the Isle of Anglesey quite stunning scenically and historically. The weather wasn't always fantastic, but from what I heard, our home counties of Warwickshire and West Midlands didn't fare any better, perhaps slightly worse. At least we were able to get out at some time each day we stayed. We did return home a day early, but that was no reflection on the area or the accommodation; we were only aware of Storm Lorenzo potentially hitting the island late on Thursday, and so travelled home that day to guarantee avoiding floods, fallen trees and similar devastation on the journey home. I am very interested in returning to the same house in the future, when my main focus is likely to be on walking. However, there were other highlights during the week I spent here: The Copper Kingdom and Maritime Museum at Amlwch Port. Amlwch town was nothing special, but just three quarters of a mile outside the town are these hidden gems. Less than 10 minutes drive from the cottage. Swtan folk museum - 30 minutes drive from the cottage; a delightful black and white coastal cottage depicting peasant life as little as 100 years ago. Beaumaris Castle - 35 minutes drive from the cottage. The Sea Watch centre in Moelfre and Oel yr Orien museum and art gallery; 15 and 30 minutes drive from the cottage respectively. Red Wharf Bay; a fine terrace of cafes and a fine old coaching inn in a beautiful setting less than 20 minutes drive from the cottage. The Hidden Garden, near Beaumaris; 30 - 35 minutes drive. And having visited the Copper Kingdom, it was truly exhilarating to put my walking boots on Parys Mountain, the source of so much of the copper smelting in the area. One other comment to Teresa Shaw for the future benefit of potential tourists staying in the cottage, or indeed any of the other 3 on the same site; please encourage guests to leave information leaflets for the benefit of future occupants. We left quite a few, having been left nothing ourselves. Great place to stay. Thank you once again Sykes Cottages. David Ireland

Rhiwlas Holiday Cottages

A pair of delightful, semi-detached cottages on the edge the secluded hamlet of Penysarn, less than two miles from the coast and three miles from the heritage port of Amlwch, on the Isle of Anglesey. Fully renovated and lovingly furnished, these two Penysarn cottages offer first-class ground floor accommodation with stunning views. Both of these Penysarn cottages have spacious open plan living areas with a beautiful fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric stove. Each cottage has two delightful bedrooms, and booked together they sleep a total of ten people. Surrounded by 18 acres of farmland and with sea views over the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man, these two Penysarn cottages offer excellent walking and cycling on the nearby Anglesey Coastal Path. With miles of sandy beaches and coves waiting to be discovered, these Penysarn cottages offer all you could need for a memorable holiday on this beautiful island, whatever the time of year.

The property

This Penysarn cottage offers fantastic accommodation and stunning views with a spacious open plan living area with an electric stove, a well-equipped kitchen and two delightful bedrooms.

Nestled in an elevated position above Penysarn, the cottage offers all you could need for a fantastic family holiday.

Note: This cottage is next to Ref. 22497 and together they accommodate 10 people.

Summary

  • All ground floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x twin, 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric stove
  • External shared utility.
  • LPG central heating with electric stove
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher
  • Shared utility with freezer and washer/dryer
  • TV with FreeSat, DVD, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Private patio with furniture and BBQ, shared use of garden with 18 acres of land
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub 8 mins walk.

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About the location

PENYSARN

Amlwch 2 miles.

Penysarn is an old mining village on the north east coast of Anglesey, which used to have its own recognised currency minted from copper from the nearby mines. It forms the starting point of many circular tourist walks, including industrial heritage walks such as Llwybr Cadi Rondol, which takes walkers through the old copper mines at Mynydd Parys, with their unusual lunar landscape. The Anglesey coastal path runs past the village and there are the usual amenities associated with a village including post office, village pub, grocers and village school. Less than 5 miles away is the delightful seaside village of Moelfre, 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 coastand enjoy fishing or watching sea birds, seals and even dolphins, or discover wonderful cliff-top walks with stunning mountain views. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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