Gaerwen 2.1 miles.
Ysgubor Bach, a contemporary barn conversion in Anglesey, is perched in Llandaniel near Gaerwen.
This dog-friendly accommodation features an open-plan living space, off-road parking for one car, secure bike storage, and bistro-style patio seating, all within easy reach of Anglesey's attractions for a romantic couples retreat.
The living/dining area welcomes you with high ceilings, beams, and homely touches such as artwork, cushioned sofas, a selection of books, and a TV; it's the perfect place to unwind with a cup of tea after a day of touring!
Set the table for two while your other half prepares a hot meal in the well-equipped, minimalistic kitchen, which features white cabinets, hardwood worktops, and everything you'll need for a self-catering vacation.
The utility features a washer/dryer, iron, and ironing board to keep your holiday clothing fresh after days spent along Anglesey's beaches, as well as dog bowls and towels for your four-legged friends.
Before following the stairs to the mezzanine bedroom, wash away the day in the ground-floor shower room's walk-in shower.
A plush king-size bed with cushions, throws, and bedside lights awaits you to relax with a good book.
Grab a cup of coffee from the coffee machine and head out to the front seating area to organise your day's activities.
The nearby village of Gaerwen has a convenience store and the Gaerwen Arms, and historians will love the nearby sights of Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber, a Neolithic burial site, and Plas Newydd House and Gardens, a spectacular waterfront mansion dating back to 1470.
Visit Llanfair PG to see the famous railway station sign, the historic St Mary's Church, and the nearby Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens.
Beaumaris, a little farther up the coast, has a magnificent 13th-century castle, a beautiful seafront to stroll along with an ice cream in hand, and boat cruises to Puffin Island!
The Isle of Anglesey has a lot to offer, such as Oriel Môn, which celebrates local heritage in Llangefni, and The Dingle (Nant-y-Pandy) Nature Reserve, which is ideal for strolling through stunning countryside.
If you're seeking sandy beaches for sunbathing or watersports, you'll be spoilt for choice; Traeth Llanddwyn, a long, beautiful beach and nature reserve with coastal walks to the ancient site of Goleudy Tr Mawr, is only a short drive away.
Alternatively, cross the Menai Bridge to see Bangor's cathedral, Caernarfon's royal town, and the Snowdonia National Park's high peaks.
Take your other half to Ysgubor Bach for an unforgettable adventure.