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Situated in the peaceful village of Malltraeth on the Isle of Anglesey is Tywod Pell, a superb detached house boasting wonderful panoramic views over to the Snowdonia mountain tops and ample off-road parking.
Ideal for a family or two looking to come together and enjoy a relaxing break in North Wales, this charming house provides a fantastic base from which to explore the delights of Anglesey.
On arrival, park your car and make your way into the cottage to kick off your shoes and settle into your home away from home.
Enter the kitchen/diner where you will find a stylish dining table, perfect for catching up on the day's events with your loved ones.
From here, the amply-equipped kitchen offers all the necessary appliances for your self-catering needs, including an electric range double oven and hob and a handy dishwasher.
When it is time to relax, climb the stairs to the sitting room where you can cosy up on the plush sofas to watch a film whilst the open fire warms the room around you.
When sleep calls, head to the bedrooms for some well-earned rest; the ground floor hosts three bedrooms along with a bathroom, consisting of two doubles and a twin.
Back on the first floor you will find the remaining two bedrooms, a twin and a king-size with a cot, so there are flexible sleeping arrangements for the whole family.
Each bedroom has been thoughtfully decorated and fitted with storage for all your belongings.
Completing the first floor is the shower room, where you can prepare for another day of adventure exploring the surrounding area.
Continuing to impress is the large garden including a gravelled area with dining furniture and a barbecue, so you can enjoy your meals al fresco in the warmer months.
Also in the garden is a well-kept lawn with a delightful climbing frame and swing set to keep your younger members occupied.
If you can tear yourself away from this lovely abode, why not venture out to Traeth Llanddwyn beach for an afternoon of strolling along the seaside.
Within easy reach of the house is the Anglesey Model Village & Café, offering a quaint insight into the village on a miniature scale before stopping for some tea and cake.
Children and animal lovers will relish in discovering the 150 species homed at the Anglesey Sea Zoo.
Making your way across the isle to the south-easterly tip, South Stack Lighthouse holds a prominent position on the rugged coastline and is popular among tourists for its 1809 architecture and unbeatable views.
Thrill-seekers of your group can spend the day exploring the Snowdonia National Park; a scenic drive through the varying terrains will take you to numerous lakes where you can try your hand at kayaking and other watersports, or, if you are looking for an intense day of hiking, why not try and conquer the tallest mountain in Wales, Snowdon.
Bring your friends and family to Tywod Pell for a memorable holiday all year round.