House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.1 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Pet friendly
  • Private garden

An immaculate property set in an idyllic location in Cemaes Bay, commanding outstanding panoramic views across the harbour and out to sea. Stonehaven is within a 2 minute walk to local amenities including shops, post office, pubs and restaurants. The property is adjacent to the Anglesey coastal path providing beautiful coastal walks and spectacular scenery and within 100m of the harbour along the coastal path for fishing and boat trips.

The newly refurbished property comprises 3 bedrooms, bathroom, 20ft L shaped lounge with dining area, fully fitted kitchen, downstairs WC, pantry and conservatory.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom
Nearest beach Cemaes Bay 100 m
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Valley 16 km, Nearest railway: Valley 16 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Furniture Double Beds (1), Single Beds (4), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Swing set
Access Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details outdoors

Outside benefits from large, attractive lawned decorative gardens to the front and the rear with off-road parking and garage. The extensive gardens are private and secure being bordered by shrubs and hedges. Superb panoramic views of the bay from the front garden and from the large picture window in the lounge. South facing patio off the sun lounge with gas bbq and picnic table.

Further details

Selection of DVDs (mainly children's'), beach toys, books and games available for use.

The property is fully double-glazed, centrally heated and has an open coal fire in the lounge.

The North Wales region

Anglesey is renowned for its award-winning beaches - many of which are perfect for a range of water sports, sailing and swimmimg. We also have quieter beaches alongside dramatic cliffs and others adjacent to areas noted for birds and other wildlife, or rock pools for the whole family to enjoy.

Nature is here in abundance - the richness of our landscape means that you could spend your entire stay taking in the medley of wildflowers and wildlife, visiting our superb gardens and country parks.

If you're here for golf, we have courses short and long, dramatic links or peaceful inland venues. We also have extensive facilities for other sports and activities, such as climbing, horse riding and fishing. If you've come to cycle or walk on the island, you'll find safe and unspoilt routes that will allow you to explore the Island's coast, countryside and small villages.

The towns and villages of Anglesey are as diverse and interesting as its landscape. From sleepy villages to a bustling port town, the Isle of Anglesey has it all.

On Anglesey it is impossible to miss our fascinating history and culture we have bold historic sights aplenty, some dating back as early as 8,000 BC, alongside which you can also sample our vibrant modern day culture.

The Arts on Anglesey are well represented. There is a varied and vibrant scene, from theatre through to the visual arts.

Welsh is one of the oldest surviving languages in Europe and has its roots in the ancient Celtic language spoken throughout Britain prior to the Saxon invasion.

With over 9,000 years of human habitation, Anglesey is an ancient island with a rich history passed on from its Celtic, Viking and Medieval settlers.

Cemaes Bay

Cemaes is the most northerly village in Wales and its development has been shaped by the natural resources available to it. Cemaes Bay is an Area of Outstanding Beauty, some of which is owned by the National Trust. The village includes a natural, sheltered harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea and is the site of ancient settlements, that in more recent centuries has become a centre for maritime activities.

Since Victorian times, the picturesque character of Cemaes and the natural beauty of the Island has attracted many artists. They have responded to the sea and sky as it changes with the weather, the superb sunsets, the multicoloured rocks and sands exposed on the cliffs and beaches as well as the charm of Cemaes village.

For more than a hundred years, Cemaes has attracted holidaymakers and tourists, including Lloyd George. The main beach is particularly safe - sheltered and gently sloping with sand and rock pools - and is popular with both families and children.

Cemaes is proud to have been awarded the coveted Blue Flag in June 2004. Probably the main asset is its safe bathing, as there are no dangerous currents with it being a bay within a bay. The seaward slope is very gentle, so that the sea is shallow for a considerable distance. The seawater is regularly tested by the County Council's Department of environmental Health and the yellow flag of merit flies with great pride from the flag post on the harbour wall. By-laws are in force to prohibit water skiing, and speeding boats close in to the shore.

If your interests are nature, and in particular, Bird Watching then Cemaes Bay and its surroundings can offer you sightings of many species of birds. Many species of seabirds can be seen around the harbour and along the adjoining cliffs, including Herring and Black-backed Gulls. On the beach at low tide can be seen Heron and waders such as Redshank and Oyster-catcher.

Your holiday will not be complete until you have tried your hand at sea fishing. Cemaes is a good base to try your hand at either boat or shore fishing. If it's shore fishing you are after then there are numerous safe places with reasonable access to try your hand, and if you are lucky then Pollack, Coalie, Codling, Whiting and Mackerel could be on your plate tonight. Fishing can be done from the rocks around the bay, for crabs off the harbour wall, or by boat by charter from Cemaes Harbour.

If you enjoy walking then Cemaes is the place for you. Many of the most popular walks are described in "The essential guide to Cemaes Anglesey", obtainable from the Heritage Centre, located in the High Street

There are a number (at least ten) of attractive and challenging golf courses on the Isle of Anglesey. The nearest to Cemaes Bay being the Bull Bay Golf Club (Clwb Golff Porth Llechog).

Dominating the landscape, just inland from Amlwch is the great "Copper Mountain", crowned by a ruined windmill and fringed with red, copper-rich ponds.