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House | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
The property is tucked away down a private road where you can enjoy wonderful views of the countryside.
The cottage is attached to the owners property and central to everything on Anglesey. A short drive will take you to the many beaches and coves on the island whether you turn north, south east or west there is plenty to do, visit the many attractions on the island, or perhaps a walk up Snowdon, Llanberis is about twenty minutes by car. Llangefni is home to the Oriel Mon Gallery which houses the Sir Kyffin Williams collection, a really interesting exhibition on the history of Anglesey
This property is small, cosy and well furnished. Upon entering the property you will arrive at the entrance hall. To the right is a storage cupboard, ideal for walkers to keep equipment, or for a family to keep their buckets and spades ready for the days of fun on the glorious nearby beaches. To the left you will be taken to the cosy lounge with enough seating for four people. A two seater along with a large love seat that can be used as a sofa bed.
The main feature of this room is the flame effect electric fire which throws sufficient heat, the property is heated through-out by electric storage heaters. For entertainment a combination television/ DVD with free view has been placed within this room. There is also a floor lamp if you fancy reading. Adjacent to the lounge is a kitchen. This is a modern kitchen with modern units. There is an extending table with enough setting for a party of four.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: RAF Valley, Nearest railway: Bangor or Holyhead|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Further details indoors|
The first floor of the property has two bedrooms along with a family bathroom. The main bedroom has a double bed, triple wardrobe with drawers. There is also a bedside cabinet, with bedside lamp and if needed a digital alarm clock. The second bedroom is off the main bedroom. The second bedroom has 3ft bunk beds. This room is a cosy fit, and as a result is only suitable for two children. The family bathroom has recently had a new white bathroom suite. There is a shower head above the bath mainly used to wash hair. Please note there is a bath at the property but as the property is located quite a distance away from the main water pipe there is insufficient water pressure to get a fully working shower at the property.
Electric shaver socket.
|Further details outdoors|
To the front of the property is a large private garden with a picnic bench. If you require more space you are welcome to use land adjoining the property. Indeed there is a public footpath which goes over the land. To the rear of the property there is a large garden - currently occupied by seven cochin hens. There is sufficient parking for two cars, and if you wish to bring a boat, just let us know in advance.
*Sufficient parking for two cars, trailer or boat.
*A large garden to the front of the property.
*Land adjoining the property can be walked, there is a nearby public footpath.
Electricity included in price.
Linen and towels included in price - one bath and hand towel for each guest.
About this location
The North Wales region
Anglesey is the largest island off mainland Britain and has many hidden treasures.
Visit the 18th century manor house called Plas Newydd which nestles beside the beautiful Menai Strait and is the traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey. Anglesey boasts one of the longest place names in the world - the village offers a great day out and a true taste of Wales. A few miles away, the patron saint of Welsh lovers, Dwynwen, is buried at Ynys Llanddwyn - a beautiful arm of land on Anglesey’s south coast.
There are opportunities a plenty for the active such as walking, cycling or try a round of golf. There can be few places to match the combination of natural beauty, warm hospitality and the wide range of golfing facilities that the island has to offer. Also visit some of the most breathtaking views in Britain by following the 125 mile Anglesey Coastal path.
Cross over the Menai Strait onto the mainland to visit the castles of Caernarfon, Conwy and Bodelwyddan. You can also visit the world-famous Bodnant Garden, or take a trip on the Welsh Highland Railway.
Llangefni is situated in about the centre of Anglesey, and was once an extremely important part of Anglesey's agricultural history, as it was the central market for livestock. Cattle, pigs, chickens, and all manner of livestock were traded here. Llangefni is still a market town, with a decent sized market each Thursday and Saturday.
The atmospheric Bull Hotel, long a market tavern and rebuilt in its present form in 1872 is a wonderful centrepiece for the town.
Minutes from the town is the small but interesting art gallery - Oriel Mon - which houses the Tunnicliffe collection, and smaller exhibitions by local artists. It will soon house the collection of the late Sir Kyffin Williams. Apart from art, the gallery also features exhibitions of local history periodically. A small cafe inside lets you take 'the weight off' for a little while.
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