An absolutely fabulous holiday house with its own little beach and with THE MOST BREATHTAKING VIEWS near Rhoscolyn on the west coast of Anglesey.
The interior designer, owner, Ed Godrich has carefully added his flair and love to the original character of this charming seaside holiday house - vintage throws, fascinating nautical finds, a fun and relaxed kitchen, just perfect for lazy breakfasts or evenings of good food & banter.
A house where you can enjoy a seaside holiday as it should be - simple pleasures in great company.
"Such a luxury to be able to run straight from the house down the steps to the bay for a swim, a wonderful house in a wonderful location.
'Welcoming and generous nothing is too much trouble.'"
You can stroll along the sand to the local pub, The White Eagle, buy crab & lobster from the local fisherman, explore the coastal footpath, or book a kayaking or coasteering session with local guide, Andy Short from B-Active.
Alternatively you can enjoy a plethora of climbing and mountain adventure which can be provided by Gaia Adventures.
Be as busy as you want to be, all without getting in your car.
About the location
Valley 2 miles; Trearddur Bay 3 miles; Holyhead 5 miles.
Located on Holy Island, three miles from Trearddur Bay, Rhoscolyn is a small village with a church and primary school and is the most southerly place on Holy Island. Rhoscolyn also offers an excellent pub on the lane down to the beach, which is renowned for its gastro food, and the beach itself with its slipway, ideal for small dinghies and power boats, is a popular family destination throughout the summer owing to the sheltered cove and gently sloping sands. Also excellent cliff-top walks can be enjoyed and an abundance of wildlife can be seen, often including seals on the headland. Just two miles away is the village of Valley, which has a Post Office, chemist, shops and eating places, plus the nearby resort of Trearddur Bay is situated on the western shore of the island and is truly beautiful with a great sweep of low grassy coastline indented with rocky coves and fine Blue Flag sandy beaches. There are shops, pubs and restaurants in Trearddur Bay itself and nearby Holyhead offers a wider range of amenities, including a very good leisure centre, supermarkets, harbour front, a marina, the world’s second longest breakwater and exciting day trips to Dublin on the ferry. Watersports, bathing, sailing, windsurfing and horse riding are the main activities in the summer months, plus golfers will enjoy the excellent Holyhead 18 hole links golf course, and the area is also a great place for nature lovers with renowned birdwatching at the South Stack Lighthouse RSPB Reserve. An excellent location with plenty to see and do!
Note: The nature of Plas Esgob's location means that there are areas of cliff face and of course, the sea within close proximity to the cottage. Whilst the garden is enclosed, guests with young children are asked to be mindful of this.