This wonderful farmhouse conversion is set on a hill top location with panoramic sea and countryside views. The property is on the outskirts of the small rural village of Rhydwyn and is only a 5 minute walk to the Church Bay Inn and a 10 minute walk to Church Bay beach, Wavecrest Cafe and Lobster Pot Restaurant. The heritage coastal footpath runs along the cliff-tops and offers wonderful bird watching opportunities. The house has some unique features from the reclaimed slate splash-back behind the range in the kitchen to the parquet flooring in the living room and hand carved wooden beams above the inglenook, and log burning stove. The arched window in the vestibule makes a lovely welcoming feature and the rustic furniture adds to the traditional farmhouse feel . The generous room sizes provide a light and airy feel to the property.The property is entered via a hall way that leads to the kitchen which has fully fitted solid oak units and reclaimed quarry tile flooring with countryside and distant sea views. There is a large table for dining and seating for 8. From the hallway there is a living room with large patio doors which lead out onto the back garden. On the first floor there is a twin room, family bathroom with whirlpool bath, and two double rooms with en-suite bathrooms.There are spectacular sea and countryside views from windows.There is an outside enclosed lawn area and a hot tub to the back and an impressive sauna to the front plus parking for up to 2 cars.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 Family bathrooms|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
Anglesey is surrounded by 125 miles of rugged coast and beautiful sandy beaches.
The port of Holyhead is about12 miles away and has daily sailings to Ireland. The Holyhead Train station allows access to further attractions.
Llanfaethlu is the closest village, 1.5 miles away, with a small shop and a pub named the Black Lion, which serves lovely locally sourced food and allows small dogs.
Just beyond the Black Lion pub is Llynnon Mill, the only working mill in North Wales in nearby Llandeusant,
The Anglesey coastal path also runs along the coast by the barns with great walks. Just along on route is Church Bay, a blue flag beach and is about 2 miles away with its award winning Seafood Restaurant, The Lobster Pot. There is also the Wavecrest cafe there which is open most of the year and worth a coastal path walk for the cream scones! The little welsh heritage cottage called Swtan is also on the headland there with a museum preserving history and culture.
In the opposite direction along the coast is Sandy Beach, which is great for water sports too with a safe bathing area. Trefadog a small sandy cove is half a mile away and can also be used for boating and water sports.