About the home
Spindrift is situated right by the sea. Nearly every window has the most amazing sea views, perfect for a beach holiday, or activity holiday, or walking on the coastal path, exploring Anglesey, or simply relaxing in the house and enjoying the view.
It comfortably sleeps 6, and has beds for 7, depending on the party mix.
Up to two well behaved pets are welcome, although the garden is not dog proof, it is largely enclosed.
Hopefully we have thought of everything you need to help you have a delightful stay. We supply all bedlinen, and two towels per person too, as you can never have too many towels by the beach! Gas, electricity and Wifi access are all included in the price, and the property has full central heating, as well as underfloor heating in the entrance hall and both bathrooms, and a woodburning stove in the lounge. We aim to help you relax into your holiday straight away, with a Welcome basket containing milk, various local goodies, and a bottle of wine.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach:||Cemaes Bay, 200m|
|Will consider:||Short breaks|
Nearest amenities: 300m
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General:||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities:||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms|
|Furniture:||Single beds (3), Double beds (2), Dining seating for 8, Lounge seating for 8|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access:||Wheelchair friendly, Parking space|
Further details indoors:
Well equipped kitchen with microwave, gas hob, electric oven, toaster, kettle, fridge, freezer, washing machine, (the tumble dryer is nearby in the conservatory alcove), pots, pans, etc. Superb view of the sea in two directions, and serving hatch through to the dining area.
The lounge dining area is an L-shape. The dining table is next to the kitchen, connected by the very handy serving hatch. The dining table looks out through patio doors to the sea, and the Cemaes Bay beach, so you can enjoy the view while you eat.
Next to the dining area is an open plan relaxed sitting area, with comfortable conservatory style furniture, another window with a view, and a log burning stove for cosy Winter evenings.
Around the corner of the L- shape from this is theTV/games area, with a flat screen TV with freeview, surround sound and DVD player. The surround sound also plays ipods, so do bring your music. There is also a coffee table, and a selection of games including Monopoly, Blokus, Chess etc, cards, for any rainy days - after you have come back from all the rainy day activities outside of course!
There is another sofa and chairs in this area for comfortable TV/games, and a mirror to reflect the sea view.
Master Bedroom - Upstairs (Sleeps 2)
This bedroom has the very best sea views with 2 windows both overlooking the sea, the double bed is orientated so you can see out of both, and enjoy amazing views while you sip your first cup of tea or coffee in the morning. Fitted wardrobes along one wall provide excellent storage.
Second Bedroom - Upstairs (Sleeps 2)
This is the largest bedroom, with plenty of space for a cot. Contains two single beds. There is plenty of storage space, with fitted wardrobes, and a stunning sea view.
Downstairs Bedroom (Sleeps 2/3)
Three sleeper bunk-bed. Double bed on the bottom, and single bunk on the top. It is a Jay-be bed, so substantial. While I cannot call this a bedroom with a sea view, the sea can still be glimpsed even from this room.
Shower, sink and toilet. Probably the best view from a shower in the world! The bath shower is P shaped, so the shower has plenty of room.
Shower (with foldaway seat), sink and toilet. This shower probably has the second best view in the world :) Tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Great area for wet dogs, with a fitted cupboard for storage, and hanging space for wetsuits by the boiler, to ensure a dry wetsuit in the morning. Nothing worse than a cold wet wetsuit! Underfloor heating to help dry everything out.
This catches the evening sun. A lovely place for a sundowner, or supper for 2, if you are not barbequeing. From here you can watch for dolphins feeding off the point, the sun dropping into the sea, or the ships cruising across the horizon. There is a tumble dryer tucked away in an alcove of the conservatory
It is simply fitted out with a bar table and bar stools (tall so you can see the view), a raised sofa with foot stools, and a rocking chair. Enjoy.
Further details outdoors:
There is space for 2 cars to park outside the property, and further parking outside the cul de sac.
There is a small garden at the back of the house, with a gate leading onto the coastal path. It is a great place to sit outside in the sunshine, and has a substantial picnic bench, that you can move to the sunniest spot, and enjoy the view of the beach. There is also a Weber barbeque in the shed at the back of the house, near where you park, and an outside tap for rinsing off sandy wetsuits.
The nearby village of Cemaes Bay has most things you might need for your stay, including an excellent butchers shop, greengrocer, bakers, chemist, Post Office, fish and chip shop, the Village venture for local crafts, second hand books etc, tea shops, Art gallery, pubs, beach shop, and a convenience store open 7 days a week, to name just some. Please shop local where you can, to help keep the village as thriving as it is.
A small garden over looking the sea, with a large bench, and parking for 2 cars.
The North Wales / Anglesey region
Cemaes Bay is a pretty fishing village, protected by the bay. with a harbour, and great beach, the best rock pools, and the best Chippy in Wales!
See the Spindrift website for a list of things to do walking from the cottage, and others you can get to by car.
The Cemaes Bay area
It is an area of fascinating Geology, intriguing history, which include stories of St Patrick being ship wrecked off middle Mouse Island, and building a church by the cave and spring where he landed.
The bird life is extensive, and dolphins can be seen from the conservatory.
See here for ideas:
How to get there
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Take the A55 Holyhead Road onto Anglesey via the Britannia Bridge.
Follow the A55 until you get to the A5 Valley turn off, (Junction 3, not the RAF Valley turn off). Come off the dual carriageway, and at the roundabout turn right on the A5, signposted to Wylfa, follow this road for less than a mile, and then turn right at the crossroads,( with traffic lights and a petrol
station), onto the A5025.
Follow the A5025 for about 13 miles, until you come to a roundabout,
and turn left for Cemaes village. Keep following the road down the
High Street, until you see the Stag Inn ahead, the road bends round to
the right here, but take the little road on the left, just to the
right of the Stag Inn, as you are facing it.
Keep following this road, past the nearest bit of beach, and round a
left hand bend, and then up the hill. At the top, you will see a wall
marked Private, go straight on, into the cul de sac. Spindrift is the
last house on the right, the one nearest to the sea!
Activities near Cemaes Bay
Golf within 30 mins drive
Beach or lakeside relaxation
10 Jun 2013
House has wonderful sea views and was well appointed and prepared for our stay with good welcoming provisions provided by the owners.
We would thoroughly recommend this to a couple or family who would like to visit the sights of North Wales.
02 Jun 2013
The location of this property is everything. The views are awesome, and can be seen from almost every window. Please be aware though that for an extended family of all ages, the seating arrangement... more
Thank you for the feedback, we have now purchased a leather sofa for the lounge to replace the conservatory style wicker sofa, and this will hopefully help to ensure we can offer maximum comfort for... more
18 Apr 2013
The house is wonderful, very well equipped, super layout, plenty of space and a lot of thought and care has gone into it to make it homely.
The area is lovely, a great location to spend time on holiday as the bay is beautiful, there are also enough shops to cater for anything you need and a fantastic chip shop too! However, it is also within easy reach of other places of interest if you want to venture out to see more of Anglesey.
Perfect for all ages, you will not be disappointed :-)
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 7|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|Low Season||5 Jan 13||16 Feb 13||£ 430||£ 79||£ 107||3 Nights|
|Feb Half term||16 Feb 13||23 Feb 13||£ 540||£ 97||£ 107||3 Nights|
|Low Season||23 Feb 13||30 Mar 13||£ 430||£ 79||£ 107||3 Nights|
|Easter||30 Mar 13||13 Apr 13||£ 695||-||-||1 Week|
|Mid Season||13 Apr 13||25 May 13||£ 695||£ 120||£ 135||3 Nights|
|May half term||25 May 13||1 Jun 13||£ 975||-||-||1 Week|
|Mid Season||1 Jun 13||6 Jul 13||£ 695||£ 120||£ 135||3 Nights|
|Peak Season||6 Jul 13||1 Sep 13||£ 1150||-||-||1 Week|
|High Season||1 Sep 13||14 Sep 13||£ 975||£ 140||£ 165||1 Night|
|Mid Season||14 Sep 13||5 Oct 13||£ 695||£ 115||£ 130||3 Nights|
|Mid Season||5 Oct 13||2 Nov 13||£ 695||£ 120||£ 135||3 Nights|
|Low Season||2 Nov 13||21 Dec 13||£ 430||£ 79||£ 107||3 Nights|
|Christmas & New Year||21 Dec 13||4 Jan 14||£ 975||-||-||1 Week|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
£200 deposit, remainder to be paid 6 weeks before the holiday.Book
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