Anglesey's Gwynant is a stunning four-bedroom detached house located at Bull Bay near Amlwch.
For a large group or a family of eight, Gwynant is an ideal place for a coastal getaway, with easy access to the picturesque Bull Bay and the local amenities.
Before you enter your new home, park your car in the driveway, which has room for five cars and a boat.
Settle down for a relaxing evening watching your favourite show on the Smart TV in the bright and spacious sitting area, or unwind in the beautiful south facing garden.
There's also an open fire for chillier evenings!
Prepare mouth-watering meals in the stylish kitchen/diner, ready to savour at the dining table for eight over a bottle of wine, or alfresco out in the rear garden where the little ones can run and play.
You'll discover a convenient utility room just off the kitchen that includes a refrigerator/freezer, microwave, and washing machine.
After a day of hiking along the coast or at the beach, freshen up with a soak in the bath or wash of sandy toes under the overhead shower.
There is also a neighbouring cloakroom for your convenience.
The ground-floor is home to two well-appointed bedrooms, a double and a twin, both with hanging and storage space.
Continue up to the first floor, where a twin awaits in the eaves and a large double bedroom, perfect for catching your rest ahead of another adventure filled day.
The superb Bull Bay Golf Club, just moments away from your holiday home, is ideal for those who want to test their clubs whilst on holiday with panoramic views of the bay.
The Dinorben Arms and Rozis Tandoor Restaurant in nearby Amlwch are great places to take your loved ones for a well-deserved meal or to stock up on basics at the convenience shop.
Finney's At Port Chippy and the Copper Stove are well worth a visit for light bites and fresh fish and chips!
You can learn about Amlwh's rich mining history at the Copper Kingdom Centre, or take a trek along the Heritage Copper Trail, which is part of the spectacular 125-mile coastal path.
Historic sites such as the Parys Mountain Windmill and Old Mine Works are a short drive away.
Afterward, head to Cemaes, where you may spend the day at Traeth Mawr Beach, take a stroll around the harbour, or visit the Cemaes Heritage Centre to discover more about the area's history.
Further afield is Holyhead, you'll find the well-known Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, the Holyhead Maritime Museum, and the Breakwater Country Park, where you can spot the local wildlife or seek out your catch of the day with excellent fishing opportunities on offer.
Don't miss out on Treaddur Bay's award-winning Blue Flag Beach, which is just a short drive away.
For an unforgettable stay in Anglesey, look no further than Gwynant.