Self Catering in All of Anglesey
A charming detached cottage with views to the countryside and set on the outskirts of the Gaerwen village, a small village close to Llanfairpwll and Menai Bridge. This is an ideal base from which you can explore the island.
Essential information - Central heating through out - Log burner - Ground floor double bedroom and bathroom - Pet friendly - Linen and towels provided - Private parking - Walking distance to the shops, pubs, eateries and cafes Ground floor Kitchen The well equipped kitchen contains a Lamona electric oven and 4 electric hobs, a free standing fridge-freezer, a washing machine, microwave and toaster. Lounge The well furnished and comfortable lounge consists of a 3-seater leather settee, a 2-seater taboo sofa, a 32in Flatscreen TV with built in Freeview and a DVD player. In the centre of the lounge is a delightful free-standing log burner for chillier nights. Bedroom 1 The downstairs bedroom with double bed, bedside cabinets and large wardrobe has a sliding patio door leading into the garden area outside. Bathroom The ground floor cream half-tiled bathroom has a white porcelain bathroom suite. There is a full size bath with over head shower, hand basin and toilet. First floor Bedroom 2 An upstairs double bedroom with two large chest of drawers, two bedside cabinets and a dresser table with stool. A pull out single bed is stored under the bed. Bedroom 3 The single bedroom has a single bed, bedside cabinet and a fantastic view of the country side. Entertainment There is a 32in Flatscreen TV with built in Freeview and a DVD player in the lounge. There are board games on top of the wardrobe in bedroom 1. Outside There are two wooden picnic benches in the garden, just wonderful for those warm summers evening admiring the countryside views. There is ample parking for two cars at the front of the property. Distance from beach 10 minutes by car 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: West coast and beaches The west coast of Anglesey offers a wide variety of attractions and places to visit. Holyhead on the Holy Island in the north west of Anglesey is known as Ferry port but it has much more to offer with the ruins of an ancient Roman Fort, and the historic Church of St Cybi's in the centre of town. The beautiful beaches of Treddur Bay, Rhoscolyn, and Porth Dafarch are great for family days out. Rhosneigr is a famous water sport resort with a mouth-watering array of cafes and bistros. 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. Menai Bridge The cottage at Erw Deg is only a short distance away from Menai Bridge, a small town dominated by Thomas Telford's magnificent suspension bridge. It is very worthwhile to walk over the bridge and enjoy the views of the Strait. There are also some very attractive walks through woodland to the water's edge and a number of pubs and restaurants in the town -at Dylans Restaurant you'll find good food, great service and a vibrant ambience, The Straits Restaurant offers a diverse menu to suit all tastes and pockets, while Sosban, within the historical Butcher's Shop produce a dining experience a little different to most. For a beautiful breakfast/brunch, Stafford House Fine Food is well worth a visit. Beaumaris Beaumaris has some beautiful Georgian houses and a splendid medieval castle built by Edward I. There are interesting shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes with opportunities for golf, sea-fishing and taking cruises along the Strait from the pier. Beaumaris has a series of festivals throughout the year. 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 home-made 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.