The Coach House
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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
The Coach House is set between rolling fields which gives it a real "away from it all" feel. The master bedroom has views looking out to sea over Bull Bay, whilst the second bedroom overlooks Parys Mountain.
Fifteen minutes walk away from Bull Bay, the cottage is quiet and peaceful, yet still only five minutes car journey from Amlwch where supermarkets and shops can be found. Bull Bay has two pubs serving good food, and one has a good play area for children.
Travelling further north you will find Cemaes, Wales' most northern village. This pretty village has a beautiful sandy beach and a number of pubs and cafes.
The cottage benefits from its own walled garden, perfect for small children and pets, and has its own small car park.
The cottage is suitable for a variety of different holidays. Large and airy enough for a family, yet secluded enough for a romantic get away the cottage is perfect for all. Walkers will enjoy staying here with its proximity to the coastal walks, and golfers will find this perfect for a round of golf at nearby Bull Bay Golf Club.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Bull Bay 2 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ, Swing set|
|Further details indoors|
The cottage has been recently renovated and has a modern kitchen fully equipped with everything you may need for your holiday.
There is a Freeview TV, and a selection of DVD's, CD's, books and children's toys to add to your comfort.
The cottage is light and airy and has plenty of room for a family.
The cottage is heated by Economy 7 wall heaters, with an electric shower and emersion heater for hot water.
|Further details outdoors|
The beautiful walled garden is ideal for young children and pets to play in. The garden is well stocked and home to many birds and even an owl!
To the side of the property there is a seating area which overlooks the fields next to the cottage and over to the coppermines at Parys Mountain. This seating area is an ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine and enjoy the sunshine.
There is a car parking area to the front of the cottage which will take up to two cars.
Freshly laundered towels can be provided for a supplement.
Well behaved pets are welcome for a supplement to cover cleaning costs.
The North Wales region
The Isle Of Anglesey is home to beautiful sandy beaches and relaxing countryside walks.
There are many places to eat and drink both near the cottage, and a short car journey or taxi ride away.
The Bull Bay Hotel and Trecasstel Inn are both situated about 15-20 minutes walk from the cottage.
A 30 minute car journey to Church Bay will bring you to the Lobster Pot, a fantastic seafood and steak restaurant with an excellent reputation.
Further afield a favourite of ours is the White Eagle Pub in Rhoscolyn. We have enjoyed many lunches here before following the country road down to the beautiful sandy beach below to walk it all off.
The seaside village of Beaumaris on the start of the island has many pubs, restaurants, a Victorian Tea Room that's been visited by The Hairy Bikers and even an ice cream parlour! There are lovely old antique shops, craft shops and an old castle..so there's plenty to see and do.
Days out to the Anglesey Sea Zoo or Pili Palas are all excellent fun for the children.
The local beach at Cemaes is ideal for a family day out, with a beautiful sandy cove to build sandcastles or paddle in the sea.The village has a local grocer, butcher, hairdresser and chemist, and also has the local doctor's surgery. There is a cafe on the beach in summer months serving hot and cold drinks, snacks and ice creams. The village has a carnival in August each year which is well worth a visit.
The Amlwch Copper Kingdom is about ten minutes drive from the house. Featuring old copper mines the views at Parys Mountain of the red, yellow, purple and white rocks are stunning.
Bull Bay is a stony beach, but is a sheltered bay ideal for a dinghy or kayak. When the tide goes out there are plenty of rockpools for the children to explore.
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21 Apr 2014
"Wonderful character cottage for a completely relaxed holiday"
Our party included 3 generations, who all enjoyed different aspects of the cottage and its garden. The quiet, pretty private garden was a hit with all.This wonderful character cottage provides a welco… More
26 Jan 2013
"beautiful little place in an idyllic part of the world"
We have stayed at The Coach House on 2 occasions. Once in early summer and once for a new year break. The cottage was perfect for both times of year. It really felt like home quite quickly. The gr… More
22 Jan 2013
"Not really a winter retreat"
A rather nice place, but we couldn't help feeling that we were being a nuisance staying there over Christmas. We took everything we needed, so we thought, but had to head straight back out to fin… More
3 Oct 2012
"Great family Holiday! Great for relaxing....."
We stayed at the cottage for 6nights & had lovely time. The weather was not the best when we arrived terrible heavy rain bit the cottage itself was so lovely that staying in for a day or 2 all cosy wasn't a problem. What with a good supply of DVD's for us & toys for my 1yr old daughter we still engjoyed it! Very roomy cottage with a nice feeling of home inside!
Once the weather brightened up on the 3rd day we went off on our adventures around the island.By the end if the wk i think we must have visited every bay/beach so many dog friendly beaches & nice ppl about. Red wharf bay & church bay were our fav's! Bull Bay was nce to even thou small, nice to have a stroll down after a your tea on a summers nite....Beaumaris is a lovely place if you go you have to visit the ice-cream parlour! Also only a 8min drive from the cottage is a Jam Factory this is a must visit as the jams & chutneys are out of this world (we cae back with full supply!)
Great break, loved the cottage, Will be sure to visit again & reccomend!
26 Sep 2012
We spent a week on Angelsey staying in this lovely cottage. Dog friendly.It was spacious, bright and had all the equipment we required. The cottage is in an ideal peaceful location, with lovely views… More
2 Sep 2012
Holiday for a week with 2 children aged 9 and 4 and Harry the dog. Cottage tucked behind another property. So secluded that we couldn't find it at first! Everything provided for a comfortable stay. Fabulous walled garden which the children loved and where we enjoyed a few bbqs. Views from cottage over mountains and sea. Horses in adjacent field came to visit children to be fed apples from the tree in garden. Well placed for visits to local beaches and shops . Favourite beach Ora which can only be reached via track and walk from car. Good food at Red Wharf Bay at Boat House restaurant.
26 Jun 2012
I came here on my honeymoon with my partner and two little girls. We had a lovely relaxing week :) it was a lovely cottage and we loved the garden. Its got some nice local pubs, The harbour inparticular has superb food.Would definately reccommend it. The only bad thing is the nearest tesco/asda/morrisons is 19miles away, which we knew before we went, but it was a bit of a pain. But other than that we had a brilliant week in a lovely place.
29 Mar 2012
"lovely cottage and location - made for a very relaxing break for us all"
We stayed here in late November...arrived late in evening and were very grateful that heaters had been put on in anticpation of our arrival and so the property was warm and cosy! Cottage itself was perfect for us....we have 2 young children who loved exploring the walled garden and seeing the 2 sheep in the adjacent field! Inside the cottage was very pleasant and homely with lots of original features which we loved. We visited Moelfre, Lligwy Beach, Bull Bay and went over to Beaumaris. We really enjoyed our weekend here and are looking forward to a return visit sometime later this year. Thanks.
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