Amlwch 2.2 miles.
Capel Zion is a charming, four-bedroom holiday home hidden from the hustle and bustle of city life in the beautiful countryside of Anglesey.
This tasteful abode offers a restful retreat, with brilliant views of the surrounding hills, off-road parking for two cars.The superb location just a short drive from the nearest amenities and coastline, makes it the perfect rural escape for families, friends, or couples.
Step into your new home away from home, where you’ll be welcomed with a warm, tranquil atmosphere, with the home retaining much of its traditional feel and features throughout.
The well-equipped kitchen/diner is the perfect spot to both cook up a storm and savour your evening meals together as a group, whilst an inviting sitting room with an elegant woodburning stove offers a cosy haven wherein to curl up with a good book after a long day exploring the area.
When the sun is shining or the evenings cool, head out to the enclosed back garden to admire the picturesque scenery that encompasses Capel Zion, for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy.
When it’s time to rest, choose between four tastefully-appointed bedrooms for you to choose from – a ground-floor double, a double, and two twins.
You’ll also find a ground-floor bathroom with a bath and separate shower, where you can begin each day with a revitalising wash.
If you can tear yourself from your lovely new lodgings, explore your local area and uncover its stunning beauty.
You can access the coastal path within ten minute walking distance from the house.
Hop in the car and head into neighbouring Amlwch, where you can stock up on essentials at the Co-Op, stop for a coffee at Blueberries, or delight in a sit-down meal at Rozis Tandoori Restaurant.
Make the short drive down to Bull Bay, home to an idyllic cove and the Clwb Golff Porth Llechog for those golf enthusiasts of the group.
Bull Bay is a two minute ride in the car.
The Beach,Treacastle Hotel Restaurant and Bull Bay golf course are a ten minute walk from the house!.
Spend a full day taking in the picturesque harbour of Cemaes or sunbathe on the lush golden stretch of Traeth Mawr Big Beach.
The Bay View Restaurant at the Gadly's Hotel is definitely worth a visit, being a four minute drive from the house!
Lligwy beach is a 16 minute drive from the house.
You can do the coastal walk from Lligwy Beach to Molfre and back.
With a stop at Ann's Pantry in Molfre for a lunch/Cake break.
Further afield, head to Holyhead, the largest town on Anglesey, where you can brush up on history at Holyhead Maritime Museum or amble along the peaceful Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path.
For the ultimate escape to North Wales, look no further than Capel Zion.