Ty Hydref is a beautiful terraced painted stone cottage of character dating back to the 1800's, nestled on a quiet street just a walk away from the hustle and bustle of Beaumaris town centre, where a quick wander will take you to a choice of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants.
This colourful and cosy abode is a quiet and romantic retreat for two to relax and recharge, boasting a peaceful setting with everything you may need for a self-catered trip.
Make use of the bijou and fully equipped kitchen, filled with all your essential amenities as you spend a Saturday evening making pizzas with your other half accompanied by a bottle of wine and your favourite music.
All meals can be enjoyed on the intimate dining table, where you can lay down your fully prepared romantic meal with a candle for ambiance and a bottle of prosecco between two!
Once dinner has been eaten and cleared away, relax in the cosy living space with beamed ceilings and plush sofa, unwind in front of the warming gas stove, snuggle in for a movie night on the Smart TV after a day of exciting adventure.
Also on this floor is a tiled bathroom, benefiting from a bath tub, as well as an overhead shower!
A charming double bed awaits you upstairs within the elegant bedroom, featuring ample storage and a classic brass bed frame, a spacious and bright area as the room takes up the whole of the upstairs space.
Make use of your own private outdoor terraced garden, relaxing on the outside bench as you sip on a morning coffee.
Ty Hydref is in an enviable location in the town as it is just a short stroll to the seafront.
Walk over to Beaumaris high street to pick up all your essentials at one of the local shops, or if you don't fancy cooking, book a table at a delicious restaurant for a memorable date night before enjoying some tasty Welsh ale at a country pub.
This bustling town is home to its very own golden beach where you can stroll along the shores, lounge on the soft sands, or visit the pier and try fishing and crabbing.
Soak up the local history by exploring the ruins of the moated Beaumaris Castle and the historic gaol too, with a host of historic spots and ruins scattered all over Anglesey.
Follow the coast northward to find even more scenic spots to discover, with the likes of Red Wharf Bay, Benllech and Moelfre all offering more lovely beaches alongside wondrous local amenities to enjoy.
Head inland into the heart of the island for excellent country walks, with Llyn Alaw being a delightful reservoir to stroll around, or travel across the island over to Holy Island where the beautiful shores of Trearddur Bay await you, with pristine white sands and clear waters to wade into, it’s a truly idyllic spot.
Over on mainland Wales you can delight in wonderful walks in the Snowdonia National Park with breath-taking scenery to experience on walking routes, cycling trips and adventure sports!
Ty Hydref is the place to spend true quality time with your other half in an exciting setting.