Resting in Llanfair-yn-Neubwll in Anglesey is this traditional, single-storey, terraced cottage of Friars.
Walk through the traditional Welsh cottage front door and the whole wide world of Friars greets and amazes you.
Within easy reach of the Airport, amenities and the very quiet beach of Traeth Cymyran a 10 minute walk from Friars.This white-washed cottage is a real hidden Jem, a true Tardis.
Features are open-plan modern living, exposed beams, and enclosed gardens for six people to enjoy a homely staycation.
Two off-road parking spaces greet you on arrival before stepping into the sitting area; start the wood burning stove set in a rustic inglenook, sink into the sofas and start your holiday with ease!
The living space has gorgeous, exposed beams overhead a traditional Welsh Crog loft, with a kitchen area well-equipped for rustling up picnics, hearty breakfasts, and BBQ’s.
There's plenty of space to dine together at the table for six, or why not make dinner an alfresco affair in the rear garden?
It's enclosed and private for you to kick back and toast to your holiday retreat over a delicious dinner!
Load up the dishwasher and choose between two shower rooms to freshen up before bed.
All bedrooms at Friars have storage space and TVs to take it easy in the mornings with your favorite shows; choose between two doubles, one of which has access to the rear garden, and a twin.
In the mornings, take a cup of coffee fresh from the coffee maker out to the front patio and admire the countryside views!
This is the place for that all important morning sun, a real sun trap!
Within easy reach of the cottage, you'll find convenience stores to stock up on essentials, Catch 22 Brasserie, RSPB Valley Wetlands, and you can join the Anglesey Coastal Path from here.
A wonderful spot for touring Anglesey, pack your towels and head to Traeth Cymyran un spoilt sandy beach just a ten-minute walk from Friars, this where you can join The Coastal Path.Walk along the beach to Rhosneigr, approximately 45-minute meander along the shore and take in the coastline views.This beach really is a hidden Jem and is doggy friendly all year round.
Traeth Cymyran has the most sensational sun sets on Anglesey.
Take a bottle of wine, relax on the warm sand and watch the sun go down.
Trearddur Bay is 10-minute drive away, where you can walk away the hours on the sandy Traeth Trearddur, stop for lunch in Sea Shanty Café or Oceans Edge restaurant, or test your swing on The Beach Golf Course.
If you're looking for water sports, Rhosneigr is also nearby (approx. 15 mins) for windsurfing, kite surfing and surfing, with a popular Surf Shop and Café, Bars and Restaurants.
Plus, the renowned Golf Links of The Anglesey Golf Club.
Head further inland to the traditional town of Llangefni to discover local history at Oriel Môn or follow a footpath through The Dingle (Nant-y-Pandy) Nature Reserve.
The bustling Holyhead is a must-visit for your holiday in Anglesey; stop for fish and chips with a sea view, browse Holyhead Maritime Museum, take a walk along the Holyhead break water, and take in the views back to the mainland.
You can also add a day trip to Dublin to your holiday from here.
Head back to South Stacks for most dramatic setting of the lighthouse.
Wildlife lovers have Breakwater Country Park (Parc Gwledig Morglawdd Caergybi) close by for scenic trails, birdwatching and a fishing lake.
While a spectacular coastal walk takes you to Goleudy Ynys Lawd for engine room tours of a historic lighthouse.
Friars is so well placed it is 30 minutes to anywhere on the Isle of Anglesey.
Book your stay at Friars for an unforgettable holiday in Anglesey.