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Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Ffordd Eleth is an attractive modern detached bungalow in the village of Moelfre. The bungalow can sleep five in three bedrooms a double, a twin and a single. The living area comprises a spacious kitchen with room for the family to eat, a large lounge and a dining room. A family bathroom with electric shower and an additional separate toilet completes the accommodation. The village shop is only five minutes walk away.
Outside the bungalow is a mature front garden and an enclosed rear garden with patio and supplied garden furniture and barbecue. The bungalow has a distant sea view and is only a short walk from the shore. The beautiful and family friendly Lligwy beach is a short walk away along the stunning coastal path. (Lligwy beach is also dog friendly)
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Lligwy 1.8 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Travel cot and highchair are available in the bungalow.
I am often at the bungalow for maintenance, gardening and handovers. So if the land line number does not reach me please use my mobile number or email. I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank You.
About this location
The North Wales region
North Wales is home to the Snowdonia National Park, which boasts breathtaking mountain scenery, and Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon itself. Within travelling distance of Anglesey is the beautiful coastline and sandy beaches of the Lleyn Peninsula as well as Colwyn Bay, Conwy and Llandudno.
The Island of Anglesey possesses over 120 miles of stunning coastline and many places of historical interest. It contains many award winning beaches as well as little bays and rocky coves. The whole island provides an opportunity for water sports. Diving, sea kayaking and coasteering being very popular. Plas Newydd, located above the Menia Straights, is the ancestral home of the Marquess of Angelsey.
Moelfre has been a fishing village since the 18 century but, in contrast to today, was probably a bleak and inhospitable place. Smugglers and privateers were common around the coast of Anglesey at this time and Moelfre was no exception. This picturesque village boasts a working lifeboat, the Seawatch Centre, the site of historic wrecks and good sea fishing. Walkers will enjoy the easy access to the coastal path and birdwatchers will appreciate the plentiful and varied bird life.
There are clean sandy beaches at Lligwy, Benllech and Red Wharf Bay ideal for family holidays.
Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle, South Stack lighthouse, Newborough Forest and many golf links are only a short drive away.
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25 Aug 2014
"Home from home"
This was the 3rd year we have stayed at Ffordd Eleth on the run and we will be sure to go back. Each year there are updated DVDs which our teenagers look forward to seeing. The bungalow is clean, tidy… More
31 Jul 2014
"excellent well equipped cottage was a delight"
this was a great well equipped holiday cottage it was homely with great views the welcome from Peter and the wine and chocolate were an added bonus. My mother struggled a bit with the sofas as they we… More
21 Oct 2012
Very warm and friendly welcome from Peter Jackson, excellently situated for what we wanted, lovely and clean, warm and well equipt. Would definitely use again, loved it.
1 Sep 2012
"Everything we needed, without paying for things we didn't need."
A very comfortable house for 2 adults and 2 teeenagers. Didn't bother us that the decor is a bit dated. More importantly we really felt cared for, with lovely touches like wine in the fridge and sweets on the sideboard. Garden was beautifully kept. No wifi but lots of new DVDs, which is fine if you're really trying to get away from it all. Maps and recommendations to help us explore an area new to us, and great to be able to walk to the beach.
11 Jul 2012
"Excellent Holiday bungalow"
If your thing is designer kitchens and bathrooms then this property probably isn't for you. However your "thing for bling" will mean you miss out on a really comfy and very well equipped holiday home in a quiet coastal village with lovely walks from the door.
It's our 2nd visit and we've really appreciated how well equipped the owner, Peter, has left it. Everything from all the kitchen utensils you could possibly need to extensive libraries of books, DVDs and both adult and children's games.
The garden is lovely, the best of any holiday cottage we've stayed at, and it's completely enclosed at the rear making it safe for children and pets. The array of birds and other wildlife is a joy to see, so do please feed them if you stay.
From the front window there are panoramic views over Red Wharf Bay and Snowdonia beyond and it's handily placed for visits to all parts of the island and much of North Wales by car.
Moelfre is a quiet village but it has a pub and tea rooms which serve good food and the village shop bakes it's own bread which is delicious. Close by there are numerous other good eating places and a lovely Deli and fresh crab shop in Benlech, a mile or 2 away.
The weather wasn't good for our visit but it wasn't good anywhere in the UK and we probably faired better than most.