Sykes rating 5 Guests 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher This property is part of the Menai Holidays collection. Over 700 carefully selected and perfectly located properties, helping you create your perfect holiday. Summary Single-storey Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, and 1 x single Bathroom with corner bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room Conservatory Central heating Electric oven and hobs, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher TV Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent One highchair available on request Off-road parking for 3 cars Large garden One well-behaved dog welcome but sorry, no smoking Shop 0.6 miles, pub 2.2 miles The property Llanerchymedd 2.2 miles. Hidden in the Welsh countryside in the small village of Rhosybol near Llanerchymedd, Anglesy is this charming bungalow Awel Y Ddol. This single-storey property sleeps up to five guests in three bedrooms, making it an ideal dwelling for a family break. Resting on the outskirts of the village, this property boasts handy off-road parking for at least three cars, as well as a large garden overlooking the luscious Welsh countryside. Step into the property after a busy day exploring the island’s coast and unwind in the living room while a film entertains the children. Admire the panoramic views the conservatory affords, before preparing a hearty home-cooked meal in the fully-equipped kitchen/diner. Enjoy together, as a family, at the large dining table while you each recall your favourite moment from the trip. After dinner take yourself for a soothing soak in the corner bath before putting the children to bed in the twin or single rooms. Head to bed yourself in the spacious double room furnished with ample amounts of storage for all your belongings; recharge your batteries here ready for another fun-filled day on the Isle of Anglesey. Awel Y Ddol lies in a quiet village which is perfect for getting way from the hustle and bustle of city life, there is a convenient village shop should you need to stock up and local pubs such as The Bull Inn and Twrcyhelun Arms which are great for the nights you don’t fancy cooking. Despite being in a quieter area, Awel Y Ddol is surrounded by a plethora of things to do; on a sunny day head to Traeth Lligwy a sheltered beach with fun rock pools for the children to play in or visit the sandy shores of Traeth Porth Wen beach that is home to stunning views across the Irish Sea. Keen historians will enjoy a day out at Beaumaris, home to Beaumaris Castle, a medieval stronghold, and Beaumaris Gaol. You could also head to the Bangor and enjoy a variety of pubs and restaurants including Patricks Irish Bar. Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park is a scenic drive away from Awel Y Ddol and is filled with walks and trails designed to be explored, whilst displaying breath-taking views across North Wales; this all makes it a wonderful place to spend the day with your family. Choose Awel Y Ddol as your base for a memorable family getaway to the Isle of Anglesey. View on map About the location LLANERCHYMEDD Moelfre 7 miles Benllech 7 miles Snowdonia 25 miles Benllech and Moelfre, on the east coast are 7 miles away; Snowdonia 25 miles. The former market town of Llanerchymedd is located in the heart of picturesque Anglesey, providing a gateway to the superb beaches around the coastline. Llanerchymedd was once home to a thriving cobblers’ industry with over 250 shoemakers in the town and numerous corn mills to provide food for the cobblers and also to supply the traders at the market. The village now offers a smaller community feeling, with two village pubs and the old station cafe serving food, a small village shop, chip shop and launderette, which should provide for most of your daily needs. The freshwater reservoirs of Llyn Cefni and Llyn Alaw offer an attractive circular walk and numerous country paths. Closeby is Mynydd Bodafon Mountain, a picturesque beauty spot to enjoy picnics and walks. Moelfre and Benllech are the nearest coastal villages on the east coast. Moelfre is a delightful fishing village, boasting little cottages, a picturesque pebbled beach, a working lifeboat station and two quality pubs and restaurants. There are stunning sandy beaches nearby at Benllech, Lligwy and the lovely Red Wharf Bay, with its miles of open sands and birdlife. Within these areas there are many eateries for you to choose from. A perfect location for travelling around this lovely island and throughout beautiful Snowdonia.