Perched on the Anglesey coast in the peaceful village of Aberffraw near Rhosneigr is the fantastic semi-detached bungalow of 7 Bro Branwen.
Within easy reach of the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path and the mainland of North Wales' attractions, 7 Bro Branwen makes for a blissful retreat for a family of four.
After parking in the handy off-road space and savouring the coastal breeze in the front garden, make your way into the abode's fabulous open-plan living space.
The open-concept room is home to a delightful sitting area where you can relax with your group on the plush sofas in front of the woodburning stove and Smart TV.
Progress to the kitchen, a stylish space boasting integrated appliances in its contemporary fittings, where the chef of the group can fix up a tasty dinner to enjoy at the nearby dining table.
Get ready for bed in the contemporary shower room with its luxurious stone-tiled walls and spacious walk-in shower.
When night falls, rest your head in one of two bedrooms, this one being a well-presented king-size, and the other being a single room; perfect for the little one or a friend!
The sunny decked area to the rear of the property is a great place to catch the rays while you dine alfresco and view the magnificent vista of the Snowdonia mountains.
Being in Aberffraw means you have great access to a local pub and café, stop in either for a bite to eat before enjoying a well-deserved rest on Mawr Beach.
River Ffraw is a short walk from the property which leads you to a lovely beach.
Make your way to Rhosneigr to access more of your amenities, including a convenience store, before visiting its lovely beaches for a day of seaside fun, or visit the RAF Valley Viewing and Anglesey Golf Club for an afternoon outing.
Visit Holyhead on the Holy Island to learn of the town's rich maritime history at the local Museum, before wandering through the beautiful Breakwater Country Park and exploring the historic St Cybi's Church.
Spend the day in Llangefni and hike through the pretty Nant-y-Pandy Nature Reserve, view the pieces in Oriel Môn or embark on a cycle around Llyn Cefni.
Why not walk the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path where you can spot a wealth of coastal landmarks, including the famed South Stack Lighthouse, and its seaside villages.
Or make your way to Angelesey's various towns for more outings, from Benllech to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll; before making your way over Menai Bridge to the mainland, where you can find the lively town of Bangor and Snowdonia National Park.
For your next Anglesey adventure, choose 7 Bro Branwen.