Ael Y Bryn sits at the end of a headland in the much loved village of Trearddur Bay and offers outstanding views back towards the main bay and out to sea. The property has lovingly renovated to a high standard with a quirky attention to detail and offers a high standard of accommodation to any larger family groups looking for a special holiday home by the sea.The accommodation is all on one floor and one of the bedrooms is in an attached annexe.The very well equipped kitchen has fab sea views and accommodates a large dining table. There is a dishwasher and large american style fridge freezer with ice machine for those sunset cocktails!The living room has dual aspect views out to sea and into the bay.There are 4 bedrooms in the main part of the bungalow, one having 2 singles and a set of bunks, and 3 further doubles, one being ensuite. There is a stunning family bathroom which also has a rainforest style shower as well as a stylish bath.The annexe which is off the other side of the kitchen houses a further double bedroom, sitting room, shower room and kitchenette and has its own sun terrace. To the outside of the property there is ample parking for several cars/boats/jetskis. The garden which is mostly rough coastal grassland has direct access down on to the coastal path which you can follow round to the main bay or the coves at Porth Diana which also offer great bathing opportunities.
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 5 bedrooms|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms and 1 en suite|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, Wi-Fi available|
|Furniture||Double Beds (4), Single Beds (4)|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Trearddur Bay is situated on the western coast of the beautiful unspoilt Isle of Anglesey. With its sparkling clear waters, rocky coves and safe sandy beaches, it is the ideal spot for a fun filled family holiday or a relaxing break. Sailing, surfing, kayaking, fishing,diving, walking , cycling, golf and motor sports are just some of the activities on offer in the area.If you can tear yourself away from the rockpools on the beach, Trearddur Bay is well located to explore the rest of the island, there is plenty to explore; each coast line has a unique character and different landscape. On the island we have a super art gallery and museum at Oriel Mon; the perfect place to find out about the fascinating history of the island going back to bronze age and roman times. For children there are plenty of attractions including Pili Palas butterfly farm, the Foel Farm and Chocolate factory on the South coast. The particular favourite is the eco friendly fun park Greenwood Forest Park over in Snowdonia.Views over to Snowdonia and Lleyn penninsula dominate here and no visit to the island would be complete without a visit to our majestic neighbours!
Trearddur Bay is lively yet laid back village resort on the North western coast of Anglesey. The main draw is the coastline and its stunning beaches. Within the village you have the main bay and beach as well as the smaller coves of Porth Diana on Ravenspoint Road, popular with sailing fans. Porthdafarch beach about a 5 minute drive aong the coast out of the village is popular with kayakers. Fantastic walking with views as far reaching as the Wicklow mountains and the Isle of Man are to be found up on South Stack/Holyhead Mountain, approx 10 Min away by car.Within the village we have 2 local shops where you can buy pretty much everything you could need along with 3 pubs/restaurants, catering for all tastes.