Settled on the shores of the breath-taking Isle of Anglesey in the bustling town of Amlwch, is this delightful mid-terrace cottage, Ael Y Bryn.
Adorned with many characterful features throughout, this humble holiday home is perfectly suited to a couple or a small family of four, who seek an unforgettable escape by the coast.
Return from an action-packed adventure down by the seaside to the welcoming embrace of this home-away-from-home, kicking off your sand-filled shoes as you retreat to the restful sitting room and delight in a warm cup of tea whilst warming your feet by the pretty electric fire.
Move your way through to the kitchen, rustling up a tasty afternoon snack or hearty home-cooked with the help of the many appliances and utensils that rest within the charming country-style cabinets.
Joining the space is a pretty oak dining table with seating for four, a wonderful place to gather with loved ones over a bottle of wine and exchange your most memorable moments from the holiday so far.
As you begin to feel yourself tire, carry yourself off to the inviting king-size or choose to stay in the quaint and peaceful twin, allowing yourself to drift away as you look forward to another fun-filled day on this spectacular island.
Cross on over to the bright and airy family bathroom, and kick-start your day with a rejuvenating rinse under the shower or a relaxing soak in the bathtub.
Venture outside to the garden, climbing the steep stone steps up to the patio, a truly tranquil space to bask in the sunshine whilst sipping on a refreshing beverage of your choice.
Make the most of your time in Wales with days spent hiking along the glorious Isle Of Anglesey Coast Path, taking in the stunning sea views as you venture towards Llanbadrig and Cemaes.
Uncover the remains of Porth Wen Brickworks and Llanlleiana Old Porcelain Works, or wander across the luscious open fields of Dinas Gynfor to Traeth Mawr Big Beach and enjoy a fun-filled day down by the sea.
Visit Holy Island and discover the vast sandy shores of Trearddur Bay, and the picturesque RSPB South Stack Lighthouse, or hop in the car and head for the mainland where the town of Caernarfon boasts a rich local history with landmarks and attractions such as the imposing Word Heritage Fortress.
Be at one with nature in Snowdonia National Park, scaling the heights of Glyder Fawr and Snowdon, or on an awe-inspiring journey through the countryside with Llanberis Lake Railway.
The children will love a day out to GreenWood Family Park, Pili Palas Nature World, and the Anglesey Sea Zoo, whilst there's plenty of fun to be had for adults in the many bars and restaurants that line the thriving streets of Amlwch.
With all this and so much more to look forward to, be sure to book a stay at Ael Y Bryn.