Llanfaethlu 2.2 miles.
Situated near the sweeping north coast of Anglesey in the small village of Church Bay lies Bwthyn Y Bae.
Ideal for a family or group of friends, this dwelling offers a delightful enclosed garden and is within walking distance from Porth Swtan beach, making it the ideal abode for staying in and relaxing, or venturing out to explore your surroundings.
On arrival at the property, you'll discover the sitting room, boasting a stylish and calming blue décor, a theme that runs throughout the property.
Here, you can look forward to snuggling up on the three plush sofas to watch your favourite programme after a long day of discovering the local area, or wander next door to enjoy a home cooked meal at the contemporary dining table, or play some board games as you plan the next day's adventures.
The amply equipped kitchen offers everything the designated chef needs to rustle up some tasty meals.
Home to an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and a handy washing machine, it also has a charming breakfast bar where you can savour your morning cup of tea or coffee before the rest of the group rises.
When it is time to retire, make your way to the elegantly decorated bedrooms, each complete with storage for your belongings and continuing with the blue colour scheme lending the space a seaside charm.
The bungalow hosts three bedrooms, a king-size, twin with zip/link which can be made up as a super king on request and another twin, ensuring a flexible sleeping arrangement for a variety of party makeups.
Choose to soak in the bath or have a refreshing shower after an action packed day of exploring the local area; the bathroom is home to a bath, shower over, a basin and a WC, so the group can easily prepare for another fun-filled day out.
In warmer months, why not take your dining al fresco, to make the most of the garden and barbecue, before gathering to enjoy your dinner in the last of evening sun, whilst the kids and your canine companions stretch their legs on the lawn.
Treat yourself to a meal out at one of the local eateries such as Wavecrest Café for light bites or the Lobster Pot Restaurant for fresh and local seafood.
Venture out to the South Stack Lighthouse, a magnificent coastal viewpoint located just off the mainland.
Short and scenic drives from the property will take you to a number of attractions on this beautiful island, such as Caer y Twr, a Cadw Heritage site, preserving the remains of an Iron Age settlement at the summit of Holyhead Mountain where you can soak up the history and the breath-taking views of this wonderful area.
There are an abundance of walking and cycling routes you can explore from the property, or take a trip to the Holyhead Breakwater Country Park, where you can fish, watch model boats, and discover the stunning local wildlife, before stopping at the café for coffee and cake.
Culture vultures will enjoy a day at the Anglesey Model Village, home to a miniature scale Anglesey, or relish in the Isle's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty taking in the fantastic scenery of the Snowdonia mountain range and North Wales landscapes.
Closer to your home away from home, spend an afternoon building sandcastles at the beach, Porth Swtan is within walking distance from the doorstep of the property, or venture along the sweeping coastline to Traeth Ynys y Fydlyn beach before stopping for a bite to eat and heading back to the dwelling.
Bring your friends and family to Bwthyn Y Bae for a holiday you can enjoy year after year.
Note:This property can also be booked together with Property Ref:1011482 and 1052042 to sleep a maximum of 19