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This modern barn conversion is located in the peaceful village of Bryngwran on Anglesey's Isle of Anglesey.
Yr Hen Laethdy is a perfect base for families or two couples looking to get away from it all and enjoy some time on the delightful Isle of Anglesey.
Unload your bags into your new home away from home after finding the designated parking spot and take a moment to enjoy the fresh North Wales breeze.
Discover the open-plan living area, which has a light and airy vibe thanks to patio doors and Velux windows.
It's a great place for everyone to congregate after a hard day.
Curl up next to the woodburning stove and watch a movie on the Smart TV while the designated chef takes over the kitchen, employing a variety of modern appliances such as an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher, allowing you to relax while the dishes are done for you!
Set the table for dinner or take the evening outside with a set of patio furniture for alfresco dining.
The hot tub provides even more outdoor pleasure – precisely what you'll need after a long day of roaming along the shore!
After viewing the sunset, retreat to the bedrooms for a restful night's sleep; the main bedroom features a king-size bed with zip/link beds that can be converted to twins upon request, as well as an en-suite shower room.
The interior is completed with a second king-size bedroom, which is serviced by a modern shower room.
For a beautiful day out on the beach visit the coastal village of Rhosneigr, with plenty of seaside amenities and two lovely beaches, you can enjoy the waters which are great for watersports.
Hire some equipment, or if you're new to watersports then head to Funsport Rhosneigr and book a lesson in kite surfing, surfing, wind surfing or paddle boarding.
Put on your walking shoes and explore the area, tackling footpaths and seaside trails while accompanied by your canine partner!
There are beautiful sandy beaches and rocky coves nearby, including Trearddur Bay's stunning Blue Flag beach, which is known for safe swimming, watersports, sailing, and fishing, as well as excellent walking and golfing options.
The Iorwerth Arms, a warm and welcoming bar serving Sunday lunches and a selection of ales, is less than a mile away if you fancy a night away from the kitchen.
The small community of LLanfelog has a convenience store, which is useful if you need anything, and nearby attractions include South Stack Lighthouse and its RSPB Reserve, as well as the port of Holyhead, which is only 8 miles away and has a good selection of amenities.
The picturesque town of Beaumaris, on the other side of the Isle, has plenty to offer, including artisan and lifestyle shops, great bakeries, fish and chip shops, and the renowned Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour.
Any time of year, Yr Hen Laethdy guarantees an enjoyable trip to North Wales.