This fantastic cottage is located in the center of the pretty seaside village of Cemaes.
The layout has been designed to maximise space and light whilst retaining the cosy cottage charm.
A sheltered terraced garden overlooking the river is the perfect spot for al fresco dining and relaxing in the sun and then in cooler climes the underfloor heating and a wood burning stove ensures that you will always be warm and toasty.
A bright, happy house perfect for a stay in the stunning Cemaes Bay!
It is easy to see why Cemaes is so well loved by holiday makers.
There is something for everyone!
The bays, Traeth Mawr and Traeth Bach (Big beach and Little beach in Welsh) are just a short stroll from the house.
There is a lovely little high street with a selection of shops, pubs and places to eat, some popular places include The Stag Inn and the Bay View Restaurant.
Budding walkers will enjoy this particularly stunning section of the Anglesey coastal path.
We highly recommend heading over to the site of the Porth Wen Brickworks, where you will also pass the ancient Llanbadrig Church.
There are a variety of water sports to try in addition to fishing and pleasure boat trips available.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower with WC and underfloor heating. Sitting area with sofa, wall mounted Smart TV and a wood bruning stove. Dining area with window seat and table. Kitchen leading onto terrace with oven. Outside terrace with multi level seating.
About the location
Amlwch 5 miles; Holyhead 17 miles.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the beautiful North Anglesey Heritage Coast, the pretty seaside village of Cemaes Bay is home to three pubs, shops, an award-winning chip shop, a cafe and Visitor Centre, a natural sheltered harbour and a sandy beach edged by grassy cliffs, ideal for safe bathing and family fun. The Isle of Anglesey is renowned for its miles of stunning and varied coastline offering wonderful walking and cycling, renowned birdwatching, excellent watersports, fishing and many quality golf courses. The well-known Sea Zoo and a variety of National Trust properties and gardens are all within reach on this beautiful island. A great location offering something for all the family, including even a day trip to Dublin from nearby Holyhead.
Note: That the lowest level of the garden is not for guests use.
Note: There is no allocated parking, but there is a free of charge car park in the village.