Oscar's Pad is a charming end-terrace cottage in the tranquil Anglesey village of Brynsiencyn.
This pet-friendly holiday home, which welcomes two well-behaved dogs and has a pretty, enclosed garden overlooking quiet fields, is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle for Anglesey's rural and seaside destinations.
Oscar's Pad is located at the end of a residential street with a private driveway for parking and unpacking.
Kick off your shoes in the porch and enter a welcoming sitting area with white beams, two plush sofas, and a TV for movie evenings in front of the woodburning stove.
Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen/diner, which features gorgeous wooden counters, stylish flooring, and all of the necessities for a self-catering vacation, such as an electric oven and hob, refrigerator/freezer, and a washing machine to swiftly clean dirty clothes!
After a day of adventures, a spacious bedrooms await, with a king size bed overlooking lush countryside views and the other with two twin beds.
Clean up in the stylish, contemporary shower room, which features a large walk-in shower and a heated towel rail for enhanced comfort.
The picturesque garden of Oscar's Pad will thrill both pets and guests; outdoor seating is a lovely site to dine alfresco, with a vine-covered archway leading to the lawn area for sunny picnics and playing with your beloved dog in a pet-friendly, enclosed setting.
Thanks to a handy outbuilding with storage space, bring your bikes to pedal along Anglesey's stunning coast!
When it's time to get out and about, Brynsiencyn is a charming village with stunning views over the Menai Straits and the Snowdonia mountain range in the distance; stock up in the village shop, lunch in the traditional pub, or travel further afield to see more of this magnificent island.
Get in the car and drive to Beaumaris, a picture-perfect seaside town where you can stroll along the pier for spectacular mountain and sea views, marvel at the ruins of the town's 13th-century castle, or wander the streets to see a variety of architecture ranging from mediaeval to Victorian, now housing a diverse range of independent traders.
Sun worshippers will find lots of sandy beaches to spend the day paddling or hiking the coasts, such as the expansive Traeth Llanddwyn in the island's south west, and the unspoiled sands of Lligwy Beach in the north east.
Oscar's Pad is a short drive from Holyhead, which has a range of bars and eateries, as well as the scenic St Cybi's Church and the Ucheldre Complex, Anglesey's community arts centre.
Breakwater Country Park, a former rock quarry where visitors can also fish in the lake, offers good coastal hikes and possibilities for birdwatching.
Explore North Wales by crossing the Menai Bridge, which includes Caernarfon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses Wales' most famous castle, as well as the magnificent Welsh Highland Railway and the Lôn Eifion recreational cycle route.
Snowdonia National Park also within reach for breathtaking mountain paths in a variety of environments.
Explore the best of Anglesey and North Wales with a stay at Oscar's Pad.