Cemaes Bay 2.6 miles.
Caerdegog Ganol is a scenic, barn conversion resting rurally in Cemlyn, a quaint hamlet near Cemaes Bay in Anglesey.
Enjoying breathtaking countryside views, offering ample off-road parking space and a collection of tasteful, thoughtfully-preserved interiors, this superb dwelling welcomes a large family or group of sharing friends looking to book a relaxing, self-catered country getaway.
Park up off-road and take a moment to soak in your serene new setting, gazing upon emerald rolling hills that stretch to meet the horizon.
Step inside Caerdegog Ganol, wherein you'll be instantly greeted by a range of well-appointed living spaces.
A fully-equipped kitchen/diner serves as the social hub of the home, where delicious dinners can be both whipped up and enjoyed, whilst a fabulous dining room with vaulted ceilings and wooden beams provides a formal alternative.
To relax, head outdoors with a glass of your favourite tipple to toast your holiday whilst sitting on the garden furniture, or kick back in the sitting room to enjoy a film or two on the Smart TV as you and your loved ones are kept warm by a crackling woodburning stove.
As day rolls into night, retreat to rejuvenate with an indulgent bath or a rejuvenating shower in a choice of two bathrooms, before you eventually settle down for a much-needed slumber in one of the home's four decadent bedrooms.
If you can tear yourself from your wonderful new home, jump in the car and explore what the local area has in store.
A short drive will bring you to your nearest convenience, the Premier in Tregele, whilst slightly further in Cemaes, a picturesque coastal village, you will find a selection of independent pubs and eateries, such as Y Wygr Fish & Chips, the Stag Inn, and The Bell - Y Gloch.
Make the most of your time in Cemaes by stopping into the Cemaes Heritage Centre on your way to delighting with a peaceful stroll or spot of sunbathing upon Traeth Mawr Big Beach.
You'll find an endless wealth of things to do and see on the Isle of Anglesey, with the sites of Beaumaris Castle, Plas Newydd House and Gardens, and the Anglesey Sea Zoo resting on the east coast of the island, whilst to the west, Skinner's Monument and the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path can be found in the town of Holyhead.
For the ultimate escape to North Wales, look no further than Caerdegog Ganol.