Seiriol View is a traditional stone cottage in the picturesque seaside village of Moelfre. Just a short stroll through the village and you will find the famous Moelfre Lifeboat Station and Seawatch Centre, pebble beach, pub and cafe.  Continue along the coastal path to the sandy beaches of Lligwy or Traeth Bychan, ideal for picnics and maybe a swim for those brave enough.

The cottage is well named due to its view across the sea to the Island of Seiriol, named after the 6th century Saint Seirol, but maybe more affectionately known by locals as Puffin Island. There are also wonderful panoramic views from The Great Orme across Red Wharf Bay with Snowdonia in the background, from all the bedroom windows - what better way to start your day!


Well equipped with electric oven and low hob, dishwasher, larder fridge with ice compartment, microwave and toaster.

There is a washing machine and an additional fridge / freezer to the rear of the house in a separate utility/storage facility.

Wood burning stove, the table can extend to seat 8.

Comfortable sofas and chairs, flat screen TV with basic SKY package, DVD, selections of books, games and DVDs

Seating for up to 7

2 double rooms with king size beds, 1 of which has a small balcony with patio set, and a twin room

Bath with shower over, loo and wash hand basin

Ground floor cloakroom with loo and wash hand basin

Ground floor cloakroom with loo and wash hand basin

there is a separate utility/storage facility at the back of the house with washing machine, fridge / freezer and space to store bikes, wet clothes and muddy boots!

Garden laid to lawn with decked area, garden furniture and small ornamental pond.

Ample parking for 3/4 cars or a small boat

There is a small ornamental pond in the garden and guests with young children should be aware of this.  Likewise the hob in the kitchen is low and easily reached by little ones.