White Lilac Cottage
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Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 3
White Lilac cottage is a traditional stone cottage. From the front there are lovely views of the Snowdonia Mountain range. To the rear there is a cottage garden which is full of flowers throughout the summer. It is a real sun trap - wonderful for enjoying a glass or two of wine.
It is within easy reach of award winning beaches, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Heritage Coastline. Many returning guests.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||1 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester and Liverpool 130 km, Nearest railway: Llanfairpwll or Bangor 4 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 3|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Very cosy and characterful traditional cottage with lovely views of Snowdon. Recently renovated. Living room with comfy leather sofa and armchair. Original stone fireplace. Wood burner. TV, DVD, freeview and CD player. Under floor heating and electric heaters. Fully equipped kitchen with cooker, fridge (with freezer compartment) and microwave. Bathroom with shower. One bedroom with kingsize bed and additional folding single bed (if needed).
Downstairs is the living room with a most wonderful original stone fire place and wood burning stove. There are slate tiles on the floor, with underfloor heating. The room is furnished with a leather sofa, arm chair and original Victorian welsh dresser and pine units. It has a beamed ceiling.
The kitchen has the usual appliances - hob, oven, integrated fridge (with ice box) and integrated washing machine. There are granite worktops. The stable door leads to the small cottage garden.
The bathroom is also downstairs. There is a shower in the bathroom (no bath).
The stairs lead up from the living room to the bedroom. It is a bright and airy room. There is a kingsize bed and original Victorian pine furniture. You can lie in bed and admire the view of the mountains! Duvet, pillows and linen are provided. There is also a folding single bed.
|Further details outdoors|
Cottage garden to rear. Enclosed area to front.
There is parking to the front of the cottage.
This is a no smoking cottage.
The North Wales region
Visitors to Anglesey are often delighted by the beauty of the island, with its long sandy beaches, little rocky coves and dramatic cliff top footpaths, with the backdrop of the majestic mountains of Snowdonia.
Wonderful for walking, fishing, sailing, golf, windsurfing, boat trips and bird watching. If that sounds too enegetic, there are numerous country pubs, serving food. There are many local attractions both on the island and along the North Wales coast and the Snowdonia National Park, to suit people of all ages. (see the local attraction section).
The history of the area is fascinating. There are many pre-historic sites,including Druid burial chambers, hut circles and standing stones. The old copper mines of Parys Mountain; the dramatic lighthouse at South Stack; the historic town of Beaumaris, painted in ice cream colours, with it fantastic castle and Victorian gaol; and Moelfre, with its strong sea faring connections, are but a few places where you get a flavour of the island's rich and varied history. In the Snowdonia area there are the amazing slate quarries and along the coast is the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno.
Brynsiencyn is a small village in South East Anglesey. It has a village shop, a lovely cafe called Giddy Aunt's Tearoom and a farm shop/cafe (Hootons). There are numerous lovely beaches within a short drive. It is well located for access to the many attractions.
There are many tourist attractions and activities for all ages both on Anglesey and within a short drive including:
Coastal walking and mountain hiking, fishing (sea and fresh water), day trips to Ireland, carting, horse riding, indoor play areas/ball pools, sea zoo, sports centres,swimming pools, castles (Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy), fantastic beaches, race circuit, National Trust properties (Plas Newydd and Penrhyn Castle), golf courses, farm parks, sea bird centre, Welsh Mountain Zoo, dry ski slope and toboggan run, theatre, Stone Science centre, copper mines, bird watching, butterfly farm, Greenwood Family Adventure Park, steam train rides including the Snowdonia Mountain Railway, slate quarries, Puffin Island and Menai Straits cruises, canoe hire, bike hire and, of course, numerous pubs, coffee shops and restaurants.
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7 Jan 2015
"Cosy,peaceful and wonderful views."
This is a great cottage also stayed next door in menai cottage,both dog friendly and location is fantastic for walking locally and plenty more with a drive out. Favourite visit is Newborough Park, … More
24 Jun 2014
"Compact and bijou."
Good points and bad points as follows.Pros: You only pay once for dogs (we have two). There's a well-planted garden (paved, not lawned). The cottage is spotlessly clean, nicely decorated and the … More
31 Dec 2013
Had a great time and enjoyed the lovely cottageAll mod cons and beautifully presented,a real homely feeling,and warming acorn(our jack russell)to the core with its paw warming under floor heatingWill … More
28 Aug 2013
"Gorgeous little cottage with stunning views"
Me and my wife recently stayed here for a week with our 5 month old son. The cottage was very clean and the kitchen was stocked with all amenities required to self cater for. It has a beautiful little… More
Thank you for your great review. We really appreciate you taking the time to do it. We are so pleased to hear that you enjoyed yourselves. We would love you to come back in the future!
Regards, Nia and Rob
21 Mar 2013
"Cute, cosy and just lovelly."
Really enjoyed our stay here.. Beautifully renovated cottage, which was well equipped to meet the needs of me, my partner and Victor (the lurcher). Under floor heating a bonus (which Victor especially… More
Thank you for your lovely comments. We are always so pleased when guests love the cottage as much as we do.
5 Oct 2012
"Beautiful, charming and peaceful"
This cottage is absolutely beautiful. It has been renovated to a very high standard and is a perfect holiday getaway. The thing that struck us the most initially was how clean and beautifully turned… More
15 Sep 2012
"white lilac cottage"
lovely cottage full of charm a good base to travel from my husband liked it because it was handy for fishing we go to anglesey a few times a year. we would recommend the cottage it was clean and welcoming.
11 Apr 2012
"LILAC COTTAGE WAS A DREAM WEEKEND"
We stayed from Friday to Monday and the cottage was beautiful with a good location overlooking the Menai Straits.
The care and attention to detail within Lilac Cottage was excellent, the bedroom was a very good size with a large bed, and just right for a romantic weekend.
The kitchen was small but had everything required to make the perfect candle lit diner.
The weather could not have been better, 24c for all the four days, and we spent 2 of those days just lounging on the beech, Benllech and Newborough.
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