• Central heating
• Pet friendly
• Towels and linen provided
• Internet available
• Private parking
• Travel cot available
• 4 star Visit Wales grading
The modern fully equipped kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine, toaster, microwave, fridge (with ice box), electric cooker and a radio.
Beyond the kitchen is the spacious dining area with wooden table and 6 chairs. In the dining are you will also find the internet BT Hub, a high chair, a payphone and children’s toys and books.
The comfortable modern lounge with wood flooring has two 2 leather sofas, a large 3 seater sofa and a chair. There is a 27in TV with Freeview and a DVD player. The patio doors lead out into the garden.
This spacious double bedroom looks out over the garden. There is plenty of room for a travel cot. This bedroom has chest of drawers, a wardrobe and a 15in TV.
En-suite to bedroom 1
The en-suite has a shower (with 25cm access step), toilet, hand basin and heated towel rail.
This triple bedroom has a double bed, a single bed, a bedside cabinet and wardrobe. The views are out across the trees and hill of Pentraeth and Red Wharf Bay.
Bedroom 3 with pleasant views of the village has two single beds and bedside cabinet.
The modern family bathroom has a hand basin, toilet, and bath with overhead shower.
The lounge has a 27in LCD TV with built in Freesat and a variety of books and DVDs on the shelf. There is a 15in TV in bedroom 1. Toys for the kids are to be found in the basket by the back patio doors.
The enclosed rear garden is ideal for children to play. There are two patio areas, one by the house, the other at the far end of the garden, they are designed to catch the sun whilst breakfasting outdoors or barbecuing in the evening, garden furniture is supplied.
Distance to beach
Can be reached in 10 mins by car.
‘Thanks very much for a super stay. The weekend was magic as was your beautiful cottage. We hope to return again and stay with you once more. Thanks again!’
Jimmy and Susan, 20/7/13
Review Source - Trip Advisor
The surrounding area
On Anglesey, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re planning a family day out with the kids or a relaxing afternoon on one of our lovely sandy beaches, we hope you like some of the suggestions below:
East coast beaches
Benllech is a popular sea side destination. The Anglesey Coastal Path and the Wales Coat Path pass through Benllech. Lovely sandy beach ideal for building sandcastles and the rock pools are great for catching crabs! Beach rangers patrol the beach in the summer months and provide organised games for the kids. The beach is family friendly with toilets and refreshments nearby. In the summer holidays it’s a very busy beach but the beach is wide enough to find a quiet spot if you so wish. Sections of the beach are ‘No dogs’ but there are plenty of areas where dogs are allowed.
The East Coast of Anglesey offers a number of extensive golden beaches all along the A5025 such as Llanddona (quiet and remote), Red Wharf Bay, home to the famous Ship Inn which has a beer garden with a view to die for! Traeth Bychan an east facing, sheltered beach popular with walkers along the Anglesey Coastal Path.
Dulas Bay is located on the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. There are three beaches within the bay. Traeth Bach (Welsh for small beach), and its neighbour, the larger Traeth yr Ora (secret beach), although this sandy beach is small, it is perfectly formed. There are no facilities other than a set of steps to gain access to the beach. Car parking is some ¾ mile away at Lligwy Beach, but it is well worth the walk.
The third beach, Dulas Beach, stretches in a westerly direction along the estuary of the Afon Goch (Red River). The Anglesey Coastal Path skirts the estuary at Dulas Bay on its way from Moelfre to Llaneilian and Point Lynas.
Lligwy Beach (Traeth Lligwy) is situated between Dulas Bay and Moelfre on the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Lligwy is a secluded sandy beach, popular with walkers and is on the route of the Anglesey Coastal Path. Close by is the impressive Lligwy Neolithic burial chamber and the Din Lligwy prehistoric settlement. The large, gently shelving sandy beach makes it perfect for children to paddle in and is popular for swimming, fishing and water sports. There are pleasant walks in either direction including the walk to Dulas Bay and Moelfre. Facilities include a toilet and car parking nearby. There are no dog restrictions in place.
North coast beaches
At the northern end of the A5025, Amlwch is a historic fishing village associated with the ‘Copper Kingdom’ of Parys Mountain whereas Cemaes Bay is an attractive beach resort, close to Cemlyn nature reserve and Church Bay (Porth Swtan) with its tall cliffs and the oldest fully restored cottage on Anglesey. The National Trust heritage coastline boasts mile after mile of uninterrupted walks along the coastal path. Also at Church Bay is the locally renowned ‘Lobster Pot’ restaurant and ‘Wavecrest’ coffee shop at the end of the coastal path with its speciality cream teas as well as many other homemade delicacies. This area is excellent for all water sports, cycling on the local and national networks, fishing at Llyn Alaw, walking the Anglesey Coastal Path or just quiet reflection.