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Situated at the end of the cul-de-sac, next to the field, with sea views and affording good parking

The lounge is extremely welcoming with seating for 8 , plenty of occasional tables and side lights.

This is the dining area with seating for 6 at the long table. It looks through to the conservatory.

The conservatory is well furnished with cane seating and occasional tables, hifi etc.

The conservatory also has a 2 seater "breakfast" table and has blinds throughout.

The kitchen is modern and has lots of worktop and cupboard space and has a lovely sea view.

The kitchen is very well equipped for those who thoroughly enjoy cooking whilst on holiday.

The double room is very comfortable and well furnished with plenty of storage available.

The twin bedded room is very pretty and has plenty of storage.

The single/guest bed room accommodates 2 sharing with plenty of room and has a fabulous sea view.

The bathroom is very attractive and also has under floor heating to make it even more comfortable.

There is an electric shower which is separate from the tank and a heated radiator in the bathroom.

The garden is private and secure and has 2 patio areas with garden furniture and a sea view.

This is the view looking across the adjoining field down to the cliffs, a very short walk away.

Moelfre's pebble beach, once important for herring fishing. The lifeboat is around the corner.

The beautiful Swnt cottages, only 5 minutes away, next to the rock pool beach and the fishing rocks.

Moelfre Lifeboat House, a mere 2 minutes from Lavender House, and starting point of many a rescue.

The amazing statue of Dick Evans, the famous lifeboat cox of Moelfre, at sunrise over Snowdonia.

A memorial depicting the drama of The Royal Charter disaster which occurred in the bay behind L. Hse