The Old Coal Yard is a magnificent, detached holiday home with six bedrooms that is tucked away in a prime location near Cemaes Bay on Anglesey.
The Old Coal Yard accommodates fourteen guests and is ideal for large families or groups of friends.
It is close to local facilities and a beach, has a well-equipped kitchen/dining area, lovely views, and is tastefully decorated throughout.
If you prefer to eat outside, take advantage of the enclosed deck, which is ideal for soaking up the sun while your dog plays safely.
The huge kitchen/diner is the social centre of the home and where you and your loved ones can prepare, cook, and enjoy mealtimes together.
Allow the group's younger members to relax in a lovely snug equipped with a TV and an Xbox that will keep them occupied for hours.
Climbing to the first floor reveals a magnificent and roomy sitting area with a wood-burning stove of its own, ideal for those chilly evenings.
With six lovely bedrooms to choose from, including a King-size with en-suite, three doubles - one with en-suite, a bunk, and a ground-floor family room housing a bunk and a single, you can find some much-needed R&R here.
Escape to the contemporary style bathroom to indulge in a soak in the tub or wash away the day in the fabulous shower room.
Start your coastal explorations in the morning by enjoying Traeth Mawr Large Beach, Porth Padrig, and Traeth Porth Wen Beach, three wonderful spots to unwind, paddle the coastlines, or try your hand at a variety of watersports.
Learn more about the Anglesey AONB, a haven for walkers where you can explore the breath-taking coastline and see a variety of natural flora and wildlife.
Also, there is plenty to see and do at the Menai Suspension Bridge, Llanddwyn Island, The Copper Kingdom, and Beaumaris Castle.
The vibrant city of Bangor, which is home to a wide variety of quaint pubs, restaurants, cafés, and bars, including the Blue Sky Café and Taproom, is a terrific place to refuel.
Bring your closest friends and family to Anglesey for an unforgettable stay at The Old Coal Yard.