The stunning, semi-detached, Bwthyn Awel, is set in a slightly elevated position on the edge of the small seaside hamlet of Church Bay near Cemaes Bay, just a few hundred yards from the sea and sandy beach.
There is sought-after off-road parking for two cars to welcome you to the property so you can bring all your favourite people along with you.
This Church Bay cottage provides all the latest comfortable furnishings, and its five bedrooms allow for flexible accommodation.
Venture inside the property and discover the kitchen/diner where the designated chef can cook up a storm in the sleek kitchen with its breath-taking views; gather around the table and toast to a wonderful holiday.
After a tasty meal, head upstairs to the first-floor to find the sitting room, with a spectacular view from the balcony, you can look forward to sinking into the sofa and escaping reality with your favourite Netflix programme for the evening.
As the sun sets locate one of five bedrooms and you might be lucky enough to secure one with an en-suite for the night so you can take a leisurely soak before retreating to bed.
Enjoy dining alfresco in the picturesque garden in the summery months, where you can gather with your family and friends on the decking, whilst the chef of the evening rustles up a meal on the BBQ.
The scenic Anglesey Coastal Path, featuring 125 miles of coastline to explore, can be accessed from the end of the road, or guests can visit NT's Plas Newydd mansion or walk over 400 cliff steps down to South Stack Lighthouse.
For a dining out experience with your guests, get to know your local area and take a short stroll to The Church Bay Inn, which offers home-cooked meals and thrilling views of the rolling countryside.
Church Bay is renowned for its stunning, Blue Flag beach, where you can take your group for a day of kayaking, watersports, or for some excellent seafood.
Why not go for a lengthy bike ride and absorb the magnificent backdrop of the Welsh mountains; before travelling to Cemaes Bay to find the rest of your amenities, including a convenience store and an array of activities, from sunbathing on its shores to angling at its charter.
Venture further afield to the South Stack lighthouse in Holyhead, where you can take your family up the lighthouse for a thrilling tour.
Holyhead is also home to museums, Elin's Tower and a variety of cafes and pubs; ideal for an evening out.
A truly stunning cottage perfect for large families or groups of friends who enjoy something a little special.