Malltraeth 3 miles.
This spacious, detached bungalow rests in an elevated position amidst the hamlet of Capel Mawr, close to South West Malltraeth.
Perfect for all the family, countryside views welcome you to the property’s grand entrance, where you will arrive at the wonderful enclosed garden.
After taking a moment to appreciate the location, head into the porch, ideal for leaving your belongings behind, before settling down in the cosy lounge.
Complete with a beautiful curved sofa and a characterful open fire, you can spend many nights snuggling up amongst the warm ambience whilst the children enjoy some play time in the games room.
Come together for an evening meal at the rose coloured dining area, simply sit back and take in the refreshing views which rest ahead of you.
For a good night’s sleep choose the delightful twin bedroom, a sleek addition to the cottage, joined by a chest of drawers and a wardrobe for a homely finish.
The master bedroom offers more of this, with extra storage space and two sofa beds should you wish to bring further guests along.
As the sun rises, start your day in the country-themed kitchen with its lovely breakfast bar being perfect for a cup of tea or some early appetising refreshments.
Then, why not kick-start a memorable afternoon by unwinding outside as you set up the barbecue, or adventure into Malltraeth, renowned for its wonderful forest and coastal walks?
Close by are beautiful beaches at Llanddwyn, Aberffraw, and Cable Bay, or Rhosneigr, boasting year-round water sport facilities.
A one-of-a-kind cottage not to be missed.
About the location
Newborough 2 miles; Rhosneigr 8 miles.
The small village of Malltraeth lies in the south west corner of Anglesey, at the head of the long inlet formed by the Cefni Estuary and close to the popular Newborough Forest and Warren sand dunes. Malltraeth Pool and the magnificent sweep of marshes and sand dunes, which stretch south to Llanddwyn Island, are all part of a National Nature Reserve. The whole area is renowned for its birdlife and Malltraeth was once home to the famous wildlife artist Charles F Tunnicliffe. There are wonderful forest and coastal walks from the village, which has a pub, a cafe serving afternoon tea and a chip shop (also selling basic items/newspapers etc). Close by are beautiful beaches at Llanddwyn (reputedly the 4th best in Britain), Aberffraw, and Cable Bay, or head to Rhosneigr, which is renowned for its all year round watersports facilities.
Note: This property shares access through the main gate with an additional property.