An outstanding, detached cottage in the village of Penmynydd, in a quiet rural location with views towards Snowdonia, close to the beautiful beaches of Anglesey.
Luxurious throughout and providing very spacious accommodation, this is the perfect place for larger families or groups of friends to spend time in this incredibly pretty part of Wales.
There are wonderful views from the back of the cottage, including those from a full-length conservatory, allowing you to enjoy the sights all year round, and with underfloor heating on the ground floor, you're sure to stay cosy throughout the year.
A contemporary sitting room with wall-mounted fire and raised dining area, along with a smaller second sitting room and a lovely mezzanine reading area mean this property is a real rural retreat, with plenty of space for everybody.
Outside, guests will enjoy the large garden with decked area, where you can really relax whilst enjoying those fabulous views.
With easy access to the rest of the island, including sandy beaches, the town of Beaumaris and Plas Newydd, and also to the mainland attractions including Penrhyn Castle and the Snowdonia National Park, this outstanding holiday home is perfect for a break at any time of the year.
Six bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double with en-suite bath, separate shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x ground floor 4' double, 3 x twin (one with basin and WC). Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 6). Utility. Sitting room (seats 7) with raised dining area (seats 12) and gas fire. Second sitting room (seats 4) with electric fire. First floor mezzanine reading area (seats 1). Conservatory (seats 4) with dining area (seats 6).
About the location
Red Wharf Bay 4 miles; Benllech 6 miles.
The scattered rural village of Penmynydd stands amidst lovely countryside only four miles from the stunning coastline of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. The ancient village gave rise to the Tudor family, the forefathers of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, and today boasts the St Gredifael Church built in the 14th century and home of the Tudor Tomb. Nearby Benllech has a beautiful long beach, much favoured by families, with a slipway allowing easy access for all. A variety of shops and cafes front the beach, with a picnic area to the side, whilst the town centre offers more shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants. Only 4 miles away is Red Wharf Bay providing stunning scenery, miles of golden sands and a good choice of restaurants. The charming town of Beaumaris, the Sea Zoo, Pili Butterfly Palace and Plas Newydd are all on the island, while on the mainland, Penrhyn Castle, Bodnant Gardens and the stunning scenery of Snowdonia are easily reached.