Amlwch Port 1.5 miles.
Lying in the charming village of Llaneilian on the Isle of Anglesey, Llechwedd is a lovely detached cottage offering a family retreat for eight.
Featuring off-road parking, an enclosed garden, and partial ground-floor living, Llechwedd provides all the necessary comforts for a great break to northeast Anglesey.
Be greeted by the entrance porch and hallway before stepping into the fitted kitchen, boasting a contemporary style and featuring a breakfast bar island, along with all the appliances you need on a self-catered stay, while a utility room is equipped with laundry facilities.
Make memories with your loved ones in the living/dining room, where a Smart TV can play a family favourite film as you relax on the sofas, whilst a large dining table can seat all, allowing many evenings for the whole group to come together.
Make your way out of the patio doors from this room and into the well-kept garden, fully enclosed with steps taking you up to the patio with furniture and a Weber charcoal barbecue, and some further steps into the large lawned area that children are sure to love playing on.
Completing the ground floor is a double bedroom and a ground-floor shower room, ideal for those with limited mobility or prefer a ground-floor bedroom.
Three more lovely sleeping spots await you upstairs, including a super-king-size bedroom, able to be a twin on request, a twin room with beautiful views towards Bull Bay, and finally a king-size bedroom with plenty of space for a travel cot.
Completing the layout is the family bathroom on the first floor, featuring a bath with an overhead shower.
Llechwedd is ideally placed for those seeking a countryside or rural location for scenic strolls on the doorstep.Take a short stroll to visit the small bay of Porth Eilian, a shingle beach that attracts a variety of water sports based activities.
Guests can also enjoy the hebog cycle route from straight from the door!
Discover some handy amenities in the quaint fishing village of Amlwch Port which lies a little further down the road, with cafés, pubs and shops.
The Heritage Copper Trail is a great way to explore the coast and get an understanding of the history of the local copper mining heritage,combine with a visit to The Copper Kingdom mining centre displaying interesting exhibits on the subject.
Marvel at the rugged, colourful pathways at the Old Mine Works on Parys Mountain, with natural yellow, red and purple rocks, it's a beautiful setting for a ramble.
For a relaxing afternoon, take advantage of the many fishing and golfing opportunities in the area to unwind, with Bull Bay boasting a lovely course, and fishing trips available to from Amlwch Harbour.
Embark on adventures along the Anglesey Coast Path, heading west towards Bull Bay or Cemaes Bay.
Why not hop in the car to explore the beautiful beach at Benllech (8.6miles) with soft sands or Lligwy beach (5.7 miles) famous for its spectacular sun sets.
Head to one of Anglesey's many attractions for a fun filled day including Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle and Gaol, and Pili Palas Nature World.
Discover a wonderful retreat in Anglesey at Llechwedd.