Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this well-loved, bright and welcoming family home is the perfect spot for all sorts of outdoor and coastal adventures; there is even safe storage for surfboards or bicycles!
There are superb panoramic views across the dunes to Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula, plus you can check the surf from the upstairs windows.
The house is less than a minute’s walk to the Anglesey Coastal Path with lots of lovely little coves to explore.
A short walk along the sandy riverbank leads you to beautiful Aberffraw beach.
With all this plus a village shop, pub and cafe, you can park your car for the duration of your stay.
"Cosy and quirky, with lovely open plan spaces and fabulous views whatever the weather.
A perfect getaway with stunning local scenery”
Nearby is the delightful St Cwyfans Church or ‘Church in the Sea’ and can be reached on foot from the house.
If you do want to explore a little further afield, the village of Rhosneigr is a short drive and has beaches, shops and restaurants.
Barclodiad y Gawres (a Neolithic burial chamber) is located on the headland just beyond the pretty beach of Cable Bay.
A little further on is Newborough Forest, home to the red squirrel and a fantastic area to explore both on foot or bikes.
A walk along the beach here leads you to the magical Llanddwyn Island.
Malltraeth Marsh, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is also close by and supports a large number of breeding birds.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king, 1 x double, 1 x twin. One bathroom: Ground floor family bathroom with bath, loo, basin and shower cubicle. Open plan kitchen dining area.
About the location
Rhosneigr 4 miles; Trearddur Bay 10 miles.
The historic, seaside village of Aberffraw, nestles serenely beside the banks of the tidal River Ffraw, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the Heritage Coast of Anglesey. Holding an exalted place in Welsh history, this sleepy village, known as “the Land of the Prince of Wales”, held the title of Capital of North Wales, between the 9th and 13th Centuries. Once an important port, the village now consists of the ancient Church of St Beuno, a picturesque pack horse bridge, a selection of craft shops and tea rooms, a charming village pub and a beautiful white sandy beach with stunning, panoramic views of Snowdonia. Explore nearby National Nature Reserve spots at Newborough Warren and Malltraeth Pool, surrounded by sweeping sand dunes and marshes, or enjoy a relaxing day on the award winning beach at Llanddwyn Island. The area is renowned for its fascinating birdlife and breathtaking coastal scenery, and with the renowned watersports centre at Rhosneigr situated just 4 miles away, this is the ideal location for a varied and enjoyable holiday.