Gaerwen 2.2 miles.
The detached, slate-built Bwthyn Y Gwynion home is located in the charming community of Llanddaniel on the Isle of Anglesey.
This home has modern furniture and design, and with Anglesey's breathtaking beaches and rural walks nearby, it's the perfect place for two couples or a small family to explore North Wales.
Everything in the cottage is on the ground floor, and there are two off-road parking places so you can start your holiday right away.
After a day of exploring your surroundings, a corridor leads you into the open-plan living space, which is furnished with a reclining L-shaped sofa and a mounted, electric fire.
The room is warmed by the amber glow of the fire.
The well-equipped kitchen, which includes an electric oven and ceramic cooktop as well as a convenient integrated dishwasher and all the tools you'll need to make delectable meals throughout your stay, further impresses.
Additionally, there is a dining table for four in the room where you may have a prepared breakfast and discuss your plans for the day.
Moving through the house, the first bedroom has a zip/link super-king-size for flexible sleeping arrangements and a fitted wardrobe with plenty of space for your possessions.
Both bedrooms include en-suite shower rooms with a walk-in shower, a basin, and a WC where you can get ready for the day ahead.
The second bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed and offers adequate storage for you to unpack your belongings into the fitted closet.
Through the patio doors in the open-plan living space, the garden boasts a pretty lawn and patio area, perfect for a picnic with your loved ones while you savour the summer sun.
Go to Gaerwen for nearby conveniences including the Gaerwen Arms, takeout fish & chips, and grocery stores if you prefer to cook at home.
Pili Palas Nature World, Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, and Plas Newydd House and Garden, a magnificent manor house where visitors can eat, drink, and unwind while taking in the view of Snowdonia, are all nearby attractions.
You may take the boardwalk onto the beach for walks over the dunes or, if the tide is out, head over to Ynys Llanddwyn.
Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest is full of pleasant walkways where you can view local species, including the native Red Squirrel.
If you want to learn more about the history of Llanfair PG, Menai Bridge, and Beaumaris, take a pleasure cruise along the Menai Strait or visit one of Anglesey's many sandy beaches.
There are a variety of nearby activities to suit all ages and preferences, including Tyddyn Mawr Golf Course and Caernarfon Angling for serious anglers.
In order to explore North Wales' habitats and fauna, Sea Môr Kayaking provides kayaking trips along the coast.
If you venture a little farther away, you will come across the Snowdonia National Park, which is renowned for its wonderful trekking paths and exceptional beauty.
Regardless of your preferred type of exploration, pick Bwthyn Y Gwynion as your starting point.