• Central heating
• Log burning stove in lounge
• Towels and linen included
• Private parking for 1 vehicle
• Travel cot and high chair available
• Can be booked with Lower Flat to accommodate 14
• Close to the beach with wonderful sea views
Wide panoramic windows provide an extensive view of the bay from the kitchen table which provides seating for four. The recently refurbished light airy kitchen includes an electric cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and washing machine.
The large airy lounge contains one 3-seater settee and one 2-seater settee, one armchair, a 32in TV equipped with Freeview and a DVD player. There is an attractive fireplace with elegant fire surround and a log burning stove. A selection of games and books is available from the cabinet beneath the TV but the view from the large patio doors is so captivating that it is difficult to concentrate on anything else.
The double bed has matching bedside cabinets, two chests of drawers and a wardrobe. The room is enhanced by the decorative fireplace and surround, competing for attention with the views of the sea and the village.
This bedroom contains twin bunk beds and a sofa bed. There is also a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
The family bathroom contains a full-size bath, a shower over the bath, a toilet, a hand basin and a heated towel rail.
32 inch TV, DVD player, Freesat and a selection of books.
The property has the benefit of a large garden (shared with the downstairs flat), overlooking the bay, as well as off road parking for one vehicle. There is additional off road parking alongside the beach and roadside parking on the beach road. A decking area at the bottom of the garden is the perfect spot to read the morning newspaper overlooking the bay. The decking area has a table 4 chairs.
Please note that property is located on the first floor, accessed via an external flight of 18 steps - a small inconvenience for the amazing views!
The surrounding area
Cemaes Bay sits in the middle of the North Anglesey Coast. To the west is Cemlyn nature reserve which has been described as ‘the jewel in the crown’ of Anglesey’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In the summer, the stars of the show are terns engaged in courtship displays and feeding their young but the reserve is home to a wealth of life - birds, mammals, insects, wildflowers and marine creatures. Further along the A5025, Church Bay (Porth Swtan) has magnificent views, a curving beach and attractive cliffs, the Wavecrest Café and the oldest preserved cottage on Anglesey. To the east is Amlwch, an ancient port that became part of the ‘Copper Kingdom’ along with the nearby Parys Mountain. The Anglesey Coastal Path extends right the way around the coastal perimeter of the island and any section that you choose to walk will reward you with spectacular sea views, fascinating historical features and great memories.
'Very relaxing and enjoyable week'
'Having enjoyed the superb views for a week, we can't see our selves staying anywhere else when visiting Cemaes Bay. We enjoyed being so close to the sea. Very relaxing and enjoyable week.'
Chris and Malc - Derbyshire, 28/9/13