Nyth y Wennol is a Grade II listed former school that has been transformed into a fantastic holiday property which is settled in the small village of Brynsiencyn on the Isle of Anglesey.
Boasting wonderful views out to Snowdonia and a fun and vibrant décor, Nyth y Wennol promises a pleasurable stay with your family and friends as you explore your beautiful surroundings.
Park up along the peaceful lane and unload your bags with ease, before stepping into the entrance hall to discard any coats and shoes after your journey.
Look forward to being inspired in the vibrant teal kitchen, where you can show-off your culinary kills and conjure up delicious feasts for your guests, there is also a handy dishwasher making cleaning up a breeze!
Settle down around the dining table, where the playful colour scheme continues, and tuck-in to a delicious meal as you discuss plans for the days ahead.
After your meal, retire to the spacious corner sofa with a glass of wine, as you escape with your favourite series on the TV with Blu Ray DVD player, whilst one of your guests adds another log to the woodburning stove.
Take advantage of two well-presented ground-floor bedrooms, a king-size and a double which are served by a ground-floor shower room, perfect for those with limited mobility.
As your eyes grow heavy, head to the first-floor where you will find two additional bedrooms a double with an en-suite bathroom and a twin, both ideal for catching your rest in.
Wake-up from a leisurely slumber and treat yourself to a soak in the bath with your favourite book, as the children enjoy games in the snug.
Head out to the enclosed garden where you can join your guests for morning coffee, as the kids play on the lawn and your canine companion stretches their legs.
Take a leisurely stroll into the local village where you will find history right on your doorstep, from the fascinating Bryn Gwyn Standing Stones to the nearby Bodowyr Burial Chamber, which is surrounded by unspoilt landscape and offers beautiful countryside views.
For those in your party looking to meet the local wildlife, head to Angelsey Sea Zoo where you can meet the local marine life as well as watch feeds and view sharks in the shark pool, there is also Foel Farm Park and the nearby Anglesey Riding Centre.
For a day at the beach, pack your swimming trunks, buckets and spades and pay a visit to Traeth Llanddwyn, a gloriously sandy beach which offers views of Snowdonia, here you can paddle the shores, build sandcastles with the little ones or soak up the sun with your favourite book.
Cross the Menai Bridge and stop at Bangor, well-known for its university and impressive cathedral, here you will find the Eithinog North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve where you can take in stunning nature views, the magnificent Penrhyn Castle and Garden and the traditional Garth Pier.
For a guaranteed refreshing break with loved ones, choose Nyth y Wennol.