Bwthyn Bryn Gwyn is a residence in the heart of Beaumaris, on the famous Isle of Anglesey.
This charming, whitewashed cottage is ideal for a small family or couple seeking a seaside retreat in Anglesey, thanks to its spacious multi-level garden with patio, furniture, and a barbecue, its woodburning stove, and its stunning central location.
The cottage can accommodate up to four guests across two bedrooms, and it also accepts one well-behaved dog.
Kick off your sandy shoes and relax on the plush grey couches while the woodburning stove warms your feet after a day of exploring the coast; stay snuggled up while your partner rustles up a hearty meal in the fully-equipped kitchen.
If the weather is nice, eat inside at the spacious table, or head outside to the multi-tiered garden for some alfresco dining.
Get some last-minute sun with a glass of wine here before retiring to one of two bedrooms; one king suite with en suite facilities and a double lie on the first floor, there is also a bathroom on the ground floor.
Rest up so you can enjoy Beaumaris to the fullest the next day.
The impressive Beaumaris Castle and Gaol are within walking distance from Bwthyn Bryn Gwyn, as is Beaumaris seafront and the Puffin Island boat trips where you can see seals, puffins, and other local wildlife.
Enjoy a meal at The George & Dragon, one of Beaumaris' many fine eateries, or a cool treat at Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour.
Visit the Menai Bridge Heritage Museum to learn about the area's past, or take the kids to the Anglesey Sea Zoo, which is home to more than 150 species.
To visit Ireland's capital city of Dublin and all it has to offer, you can take one of the frequent ferries from Holyhead, which is only a short drive from the cottage.
If you want to see all that Anglesey has to offer, stay at 76 New Street.