Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

The beauty of Lavender Cottage is that it is a "home from home" holiday property. The owners have made a special effort to make the property interesting and extremely comfortable to guarantee you a relaxing stay. The cottage is also very well equipped, especially the kitchen.

EVERYONE SAYS "WOW" UPON ENTERING THE COTTAGE AND GIVEN ...

A LARGE LOUNGE, DINING AREA, CONSERVATORY, MODERN GOOD SIZED KITCHEN, PRIVATE GARDEN WITH 2 PATIOS (WITH SEA VIEWS), FABULOUS ROOF GARDEN WITH PANORAMIC SEA VIEW (AS OF EARLY 2014), BIG GAS BBQ, GARAGE FOR STORAGE OF BIKES ETC., LUXURIOUS MODERN BATHROOM, 3 VERY COMFORTABLE BEDROOMS WITH LOADS OF STORAGE, AMPLE PARKING AND LOCATED RIGHT BY THE SEA IN A HISTORIC MARITIME VILLAGE ...

WHAT MORE DO YOU NEED ???

Lavender Cottage is located at the end of a quiet cul de sac and next to a field which runs down to the cliffs, so there is no noisy traffic to contend with. The property also provides good parking which is at a premium in this pretty and busy seaside village ... and the cliffs and beaches are only a a few yards away! It is also a dogs paradise because the cottage is dog friendly and there is dog access to all the beaches, as well as the Coastal Path.

The lounge is large with seating for 8 and has a 37"TV/DVD,Video and there is WIFI on tap. Leading off this is the dining area with a lovely dining table and 6 chairs and this leads to the very attractive modern conservatory The conservatory leads out to the secure and pretty rear garden, which has 2 patios from which you can see the sea. The kitchen leads off the dining area and there is a sea view from the sink! There is ample garden furniture at which you can enjoy the food you have cooked on the big gas heated barbeque or you can go up the steps to the new roof garden and watch the ships coming and going from the bay.

Upstairs there is:

- a double room with a TV, dressing table, chest of drawers, large wardrobe and bedside tables

- a twin room with a chest of drawers/dressing table, a large wardrobe and bedside tables

- a single/twin room with a guest bed which is at the same height as the single, a dressing table, a chest of drawers and lots of hooks. This single/twin room also has a terrific view of the sea.

- a luxurious family bathroom which has recently been completed with a shower/bath, radiator and under floor heating.

The landing affords a truly spectacular view of the sea and more often than not a number of large vessels awaiting a pilot to take them into Liverpool.

The house is heated throughout.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach within village
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 300 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Valley ... for Isle of Man and Cardiff only 22 km, Nearest railway: Bangor 20 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 Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The North Wales region

The Isle of Anglesey is often referred to as the "Cornwall of North Wales" and Moelfre is one of its gems!

There are countless clean, safe and sandy beaches as well as beautiful little pebble coves with their fascinating rock pools.

Practically every inch of the island's coastline is available to be explored since the opening of the much heralded Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. To add to the drama, Anglesey boasts some amazing cliffs towering to over 400 feet and many a would be geologist comes to visit the island to experience the incredible rock formations.

At Lavender Cottage we keep a large file of "Things to do and things to see in North Wales" ... there is enough to keep you entertained for months, whether you are seeking action packed adventure or simply a superb place to sit and ponder!

Should history be your thing then the island is steeped in it. Apart from the information we make available, a brief visit to the Tourist Information Office at Llanfair P.G. or a look at the ordinance survey map of the island, which we supply, will soon put you in the picture.

As well as the beauty of Anglesey, half an hours driving puts you on the edge of Snowdonia and a few minutes further and to the west is the lovely Lleyn Peninsular with such places as Abersoch, Aberdaron, Bardsey Island, Nefyn etc., etc. to visit.

Anglesey is also very well known for its temperate climate, being sheltered by the nearby mountains of Snowdonia.

Restaurants on the Island have improved enormously in recent years and the owners will be only too pleased to direct you to those which they particularly enjoy.

Moelfre

Moelfre is the sea and if you enjoy the sea then this is the place to be!

This famous, tiny maritime village nestled at the bottom of the hill has a history going back hundreds of years. It is most well known for its part in The Royal Charter disaster, when in 1859, and during one of the worst storms to hit the whole of the UK (133 ships foundered), 454 lives were lost, just 10 minutes away from Lavender Cottage. Charles Dickens visited Moelfre soon after and printed an account of the tragedy in his book The Uncommercial Traveller.

Many visitors to Moelfre pack away their car keys and never leave the village during their stay! This is because, apart from enjoying our cliff walks and the three beaches, which are within the village, there is so much to do within a short walk away. There's water sports, boating and fishing. There are the three first class sandy beaches within a mile or so each way. There is the amazing bird watching. And then we have some of the most significant and spiritual ancient ruins and burial chambers you will ever encounter just up the hill.

Within the village we have various shops, cafes, restaurant, brilliant new fish and chip shop/cafe and 2 pubs, both serving good food ... but if you do want to escape for a change then a couple or so miles down the road in Benllech you have a variety of places to visit and several shops including, The Coop &Tesco Express (both with cash machines) and the Spar.