Holyhead 3 miles.
Goferydd, a beautiful and luxurious four-bedroom coastal holiday home set upon a hillside on Holyhead Mountain in South Stack with breath-taking views of the ocean.
The location provides a great base to explore the enchanting coastline and the South Stack lighthouse which North Wales is famous for.
A pet-friendly home with breath-taking views of the sea and mountains from every room, Goferydd is ideal for a group of family and friends of up to nine people and their canine companions seeking a quiet getaway with style and luxury, providing a home from home.
After your scenic drive up the mountain you will find Goferydd perched a few metres away from the cliff providing you with the most beautiful surroundings as you unload your car.
Step into the snug, which is sure to impress, thanks to its plush seating, a 70-inch Smart TV with complete Sky package, BT Sport, Netflix, and PlayStation 4, as well as a woodburning stove, sure to be your pooch’s favourite spot!
The luxurious snug provides an inviting retreat after long coastal walks which you can find on the doorstep of Goferydd, or after a day at the beach such as Porthdarach Beach or Trearddur Bay which are just a short drive away.
A 55-inch Smart TV with the entire Sky package, as well as BT Sport and Netflix can be found in the adjoining sleek day lounge with two sofas and patio doors that open out to the enclosed garden with views across the sea.
The property allows easy access from one room to another allowing a feel of open-plan whilst also maintaining an air of privacy.
In the contemporary high-spec navy blue kitchen equipped with luxury Neff appliances plus Nespresso coffee machine, large fridge/freezer, and dishwasher you'll be able to cook up a storm while taking in the vast sea and coastal vistas from one window, as well as the Snowdonia mountain range from the other.
Among the many high-end features in the kitchen are an island with seating for four and a dining table that seats eight, perfect for reminiscing about the day's events over a hearty supper.
In the morning watch the fog lift from the ocean over a cup of coffee.
During the warmer months, dine alfresco in your own large, enclosed garden or relax in the large bubbling state of the art Canadian spa with 81 massage jets, LED lighting and waterfall while taking in the captivating sea views and famous sunsets or perfect for stargazing at night after a day of exploring.
It's possible to access the adjoining annexe from the snug room via stairs, where you'll discover a sumptuous king-sized bedroom with balcony overlooking Snowdonia Mountain range, and on the first-floor mezzanine, a twin room both of which are served by an en-suite bathroom that features a nickel freestanding tub for an indulgent dip underneath a skylight that allows you to witness the unpolluted night sky.
Back in the main house, you'll find two extra well-appointed bedrooms on the first floor, a super-king-size with a large private balcony overlooking the sea and a family room with a double and single, all of which are served by a family bathroom with standalone bath and rain shower.
Take advantage of your close proximity to the iconic South Stack RSPB and Elin’s Tower where you can take in stunning views of the local wildlife, including guillemots and puffins as well as the peregrine falcon or visit the ancient Hut Circles just short distance down the road by foot.
Be sure to make a stop at the renowned 18th- century lighthouse known as South Stack (Goleudy Ynys Lawd) which is just over the road and if you are feeling brave descent the 400 steps for a closer look at the sea birds as they nest upon the cliffs during the summer months.
Take a short drive over to Holyhead where you can find a good selection of supermarkets for any last-minute shopping needs.
You will also find a good selection of restaurants serving fresh local fish and dishes is only a short drive away such as Oceans Edge, Sea Shanty or the White Eagle.
Avid hikers can easily reach the scenic 200-kilometere Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, which boasts some of the region's best vistas and landscapes or take the multitude of coastal walks right on your doorstop.
Be sure to check out the towns other attractions which include the Grade II listed Gunpowder Magazine, the 18-hole Holyhead Golf Club and Holyhead Pavilion of for an unforgettable day take a ferry from the Old Harbour to Dublin for a taste of Irish culture.
Treaddur Bay, one of Anglesey's most popular Blue Flag beaches, is a great place to spend a day at the beach, whether you want to swim, paddle, or participate in water sports.
Everything you could want, and more is waiting for you at Goferydd.