This charming stone cottage is tucked away in a fabulous, elevated position, and its stunning views towards Snowdon and the Lleyn Peninsula have inspired many famous artists including Charles Tunnicliffe and Philip Snow. Set within its own 30 acres of land, Perth Hwfa is accessed up a private drive, giving a real sense of privacy - but there are two village pubs within walking distance!
It is only a five-minute walk to the Malltraeth estuary sands, renowned for their birdlife, and the best beaches of Anglesey are only 10 minutes by car. These long stretches of sandy beaches and sand dunes are breathtakingly beautiful, ideal for days out and picnics. The bustling seaside village of Rhosneigr is also 10 minutes' drive away, and here you can find shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a great selection of water sports.
Perth Hwfa is a much-loved house that has been in the same family since the 1950s. It has recently been updated, but retains an old-fashioned charm. This spacious holiday home is perfect for groups, or for families with children.
The large sitting room has a wood-burning stove, perfect for relaxing around after a walk on the beach. There is a TV with DVD player, an iPod dock and board games. Broadband is available.
Between the main sitting room and hall, this is a room where you can work or use a laptop in relative peace.
The super farmhouse kitchen is equipped with a Rayburn, an electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, and a microwave. The kitchen table seats six or more, and French doors open out onto the garden.
with washing machine.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with glorious views: a large double with its own balcony, a smaller double bedroom and a twin room.
The upstairs bathroom is light and bright with a loo, wash basin and a bath with hand-held shower. The downstairs bathroom has a loo, wash hand basin and a walk-in shower.
There is a large garden in front of the house, with well-established trees and a barbecue.
Plenty of parking for two or three cars, and a log store.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome (but downstairs only and not on the furniture please!)