Benllech 1.9 miles.
Tucked away in the sleepy hamlet of Llanbedrgoch, on the beautiful shores of the Isle of Anglesey coast.
You will find Maes Llwyd.
Boasting specular views and beautiful interiors, this arresting abode provides the ultimate setting for a large family or group getaway to Wales, no matter the occasion.
Be welcomed into a chic hallway with stunning grey tiles and an attractive unit where you can place your coats to hang and leave your muddy boots.
Spend your evenings entertaining friends in the bright and contemporary open-plan living space, whether it be snuggled on the plush leather sofas as you watch a captivating movie, or gathered at the dining table whilst the chef of the group takes to the gorgeous and well-equipped kitchen with colourful mosaic tiles to prepare a mouth-watering feast for all.
Fling open the patio doors and head outside for a drink on the patio and to enjoy the breath-taking views.
Freshen up in the ground-floor cloakroom/utility where you will find a handy washing machine and tumble dryer, perfect for washing your swimsuits or cleaning your sand-filled clothes following an action-packed adventure down by the sea.
A few steps away, a well-appointed ground-floor king-size can be found hosting an en-suite wet room, together providing a wonderful sleeping space for guests with limited mobility.
Completing the bedrooms are three first-floor bedrooms comprised of two king-size bedrooms with en-suite showers, and a quaint and colourful twin that also benefits from an en-suite shower room.
Leave behind the warmth of your holiday home to explore this magnificent part of the country.
See the sights by foot as you set about on an awe-inspiring hike along the Isle of Anglesey Coast Path and uncover vast sandy beaches such as Traeth Benllech and Traeth Lligwy, or spot incredible local landmarks including Capel Lligwy and Porth Wen Brick Works.
Hop in the car and head for Holy Island where you can descend down the steps to South Stack Lighthouse and spot a flock of rare and majestic birds flying overhead.
Closer to home in the time of Beaumaris, you can explore the imposing 13th century fortress of Beaumaris Castle, Victorian Prison of Beaumaris Gaol and The Old Court House Museum, before grabbing a quick bite to eat at one of the many charming cafés or well-established restaurants, before returning to your glamourous home-away-from-home.
Outdoor enthusiasts will relish in an action-packed adventure in Snowdonia National Park, home to a plethora of scenic hiking paths that wind through the mountains, as well as attractions such as the Llanberis Lake Railway and Rhaeadr Y Graig Lwyd.
With all this and so much more to look forward to, be sure to choose Maes Llwyd for your next escape to Wales.