A superb, detached cottage in a rural location with views across to Llyn Llywenan from the front and open countryside to the rear.
The cottage is located between Bodedern and Llanddeusant in the heart of peaceful farmland on the Isle of Anglesey.
Set predominantly on the ground floor, this lovely cottage offers a welcoming hallway from which the living areas and bedrooms all branch off.
Straight ahead you will enter the fitted kitchen with oak cupboard doors, breakfast table and marble-effect worktop.
The main sitting room is spacious and airy, with a multi-fuel stove and further dining area, with doors off to the rear conservatory which is furnished with a large corner sofa and TV with Blu-ray player and sound bar, making a great cinema room from which to watch the latest films.
A flight of stairs leads from to the hall to a first floor snug, also with TV and DVD player, which the kids will want to make their own and probably set up a gaming station away from the adults.
Along the ground floor landing are four bedrooms, one of which has a king-size bed, along with a single bedroom with a pull-out trundle bed.
Externally, the enclosed rear garden offers ample space for children to explore and play whilst you relax and enjoy the tranquillity of the area and plan the exciting adventures for the rest of your holiday.
There are some excellent walks from the doorstep and the Anglesey Coastal Path runs nearby, opening up 125 miles of superb coastline.
Sandy beaches and coves are easily accessed and the delights of Rhosneigr and Trearddur Bay are within eight miles.
A wonderful cottage for friends and family to get together and enjoy the delights of this area at any time of year.
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.