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Heddwch, 1 Lakeside Estate


Excellent 5/5 Score from 5 reviews

East aspect of Heddwch

House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 9

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Heddwch is situated on the edge of a village renowned for watersports. It overlooks Broad Beach, a quiet family beach just two minutes walk away. It accommodates 6 adults or 4 adults and 4 children plus a baby/toddler. The house is light and spacious, the lounge has patio doors opening onto the front patio, the adjoining dining room has French windows to a patio in the side garden making al-fresco dining easy.

This area offers something for everyone of every age, whatever the weather: Kite-surfing is a speciality, fishing, golf, horse-riding and walking are available locally. Coastal paths exist around most of the Island, a highlight being the ancient Church in the Sea, accessible at low tide! The village, an easy walk away, has a number of food outlets both local and international.

Size Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Broad Beach 300 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: John Lennon, Liverpool 160 km, Nearest railway: Rhosneigr 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 11, Lounge seats for 7
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

The main bedroom has double bed, ample room for a cot and a wall-mounted TV/DVD player.

2nd bedroom - en-suite, double bed, radio/CD/alarm clock.

3rd bedroom- Twin beds but sufficient room for 3rd bed or bunks.

Bathroom has P-shaped bath with shower. Toilet is separate.

Downstairs toilet and separate Wet room are opposite the Utility room.

Tumble drier, 2nd fridge, coffee percolator and electric mixer provided.

Safety features include electric fire-alarms, fire blanket, safety devices on 3rd bedroom window, child safety-gate.

Further details outdoors

2 garden benches, 3 tables and nine chairs are arranged on the 3 patios, one of which is raised. The side garden has additional gates.

Further details

A Welcome pack is provided

within reason, herbs from the rear garden made be used.

Please bring own beach towels.

The North Wales region

The Island of Anglesey [Ynys Mon], situated at the tip of North Wales and connected by two famous bridges to the mainland, presents a diverse landscape from Holyhead and Parys Mountains to the many excellent beaches. The Mountains of Snowdonia, seen from the house, are within easy distance. Penrhyn, Caernarfon and Conway have historic castles. Slate mines and the 'Electric Mountain' are just a few of the attractions should weather be inclement.

Anglesey contains many historical features including iron age burial chambers and the remains of prehistoric round houses. Full size replicas of the houses have been built at Llynnon Mill near Llandeusant, the only working mill in Wales. Parys Mountain provided copper during the Roman era and later to sheath Nelson's fleet, now it provides lots to interest visitors. The varied bird life of Angelsey induced the world famous artist Charles Tunnicliffe to make his home here and a collection of his paintings, together with those of other celebrated artists are on display at 'Oriel Ynys Mon' at Llangefni where a history gallery describes the island's past. There's a 'hand's-on' section for children.


Rhosneigr is a renowned centre for water sports: Kite surfing,wind surfing, sailing, canoeing and board surfing. The coastal path and nearby lake provide many circular walks, the highlight of one being the Church in the Sea, aproachable at low tide. The local golf course, within 5 mintes driving, is one of several within a fairly short distance, and an international standard Motor Racing circuit is about 10 minutes away. The 'Hawk' Jet trainers and rescue helicopters at RAF Valley provide much pleasure for aircraft-enthusiasts.

One of the many attractions for children is the Sea Zoo with its Shipwreck, Shark pool grill, Wave machine and myriad fish in this the biggest acquarium in Wales. Another venue, Pili Palas NatureWorld is really a jungle with tropical butterflies,exotic birds and reptiles but it also has pets, farm animals and ponies giving lots of 'hands-on' activities. Older ones might like to try Go-cart racing at nearby Bryngwran. We have our own castles too, at Beaumaris, where an historic jail and courthouse provide further interest. The weather can be variable but many of these attractions are indoors as are a number of adventure play areas.

Rhosneigr village which has a Festival each AUGUST BANK hOLIDAY, has a Post Office/General Store, a Newsagents/General store, specialist Ice- Cream shop, very attractive gift shop,and a pharmacy. Trendy clothing can be found at Fat Face and Gecko. A farmer's market takes place fortnightly.

Timpsons' new 'flagship restaurant', The Oyster Catcher, is seen from the house and is within a few minutes walk. In the opposite direction we have Y Morfa, a family pub, with Gon's Thai Restaurant (We specially recommend the banquet for two), also, Mojo's French Bistro where fresh croissants, pain au chocolate and crepes are available for breakfast. Good food daily, but evening booking necessary. Fish and chips and home-made pizzas are available in the vicinity and Sullivans Restaurant, The Sandymount and Sandy's Bistro are just a little further down the street.

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Review 1-5 of 5

3 Jun 2014


"Amazing stay, amazing location and great hosts."

We stayed with Joan and Phill end of May for 2 nights.Arrived to fresh milk, bedding and a clean house.We were suprised at the size of the house and the gardens in comparison to the images.They were g… More

24 May 2014


"Accommodation I'd Happily Recommend"

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The house was equipped with almost everything we needed ( Apart from wi-fi which is available at several places in the village including the library and the Oyster Catc… More

18 Aug 2013


"Fabulous beachside location - good for all ages"

Enjoyed our stay here very much - house is well equipped and cleaning utensils, towels etc are all provided; so very much a home from home. Best restaurant in town is the nearby Oyster Catcher and bo… More

10 Jul 2013


"One of the best locations in Rhosneigr"

We had a wonderful reception from Joan and Phil who gave us good advice about the best places to eat (We loved the Thai) The house was very clean, in good decorative order and is only a few minutes w… More

9 Sep 2012


"Waking up to see the sea in a beautifully kept house..."

Lovely recently refurbished house just two minutes walk from Rhosnieger's broad beach and five minutes form the main beach - both lovely beaches. The owner's were very friendly and couldn't do enough to help us. A very last minute booking requiring a few extra inflatable beds was no problem at all. Joan even called to ask our preferred bread and cereal for our welcoem pack - now thats service!
The a gardens are lovely and you can hear the sea whilst you sit on the patio, the beach is a very short walk accross the sand dunes or a slightly longer walk, max 5 minutes, along the main road to the main beach. We stayed with a gropu aged 5 months right through to 81 years and everyone was happy.

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Calendar last updated:15 Nov 2014

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