This stunning white stone cottage is nestled on the coast of Menai Bridge, on the Isle of Anglesey and offers some of the most exquisite sea views imaginable.
Boasting a wonderful reverse level accommodation, with the open-plan living space on the first floor.
You can look forward to spending your evenings in this smartly designed space, with a Juliette balcony offering an abundance of natural light and those lovely sea views.
Curl up on the comfy sofas and enjoy a relaxing evening unwinding in front of the TV, or why not pick a books from the wide selection and catch up on some reading.
The dining area offers ample space for family gatherings over a deliciously prepared home-cooked meal, catching up with the day's events.
The separate kitchen has all the appliances you could need to cook up a storm for the whole family, with smart white units and sleek wooden worktops showcasing the level of quality this property has.
Retire to one of the three well-presented bedrooms, two of which rest on the ground floor, while the remaining sits on the first floor with an en-suite shower room offering high-quality fixtures and fittings.
You are ideally placed for exploring all this delightful coastal area has to offer, with a number of sandy beaches within easy reach, where you can spend your day stretched out on the golden sands or enjoy a relaxing swim in the clear waters.
Venture towards Green Wood Family Park is a family activity center with tunnels, mazes and plenty of trails for the whole family to explore and boasting excellent magic shows and crafts, something your little ones will delight in.
Or venture towards the Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens, a historic estate, with elaborate country gardens and a tea room if you fancy a spot of lunch!
This property is the ideal choice for helping to create your perfect holiday break to North Wales.
About the location
Llanfairpwllgwyngyll 2 miles; Bangor 2.5 miles; Beaumaris 4.5 miles; Caernarfon 8 miles
This delightful town sits right on the edge of the Isle of Anglesey and is home to one of two bridges to mainland Wales. It is an ideal base for a holiday and is great for exploring this beautiful island. It has a strong history which can be discovered in the Menai Bridge Heritage Museum, the well known Saint Tysilio lived on Church Island, just off of Anglesey in the 9th century, hence the name of the 14th century St. Tysilio's Church. Menai Bridge itself offers a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. In terms of entertainment, this is an ideal spot with something for everybody, there is the butterfly palace 'Pili Palas' which is incredibly popular with families, as well as the astounding Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens well worth a walk around. The Snowdonia National Park is within driving distance for you outdoor enthusiasts, it has wonderful walking, cycling and opportunities to see some beautiful sights. Nearer to the town, there are some incredible places including the popular towns of Beaumaris and Caernarfon with their majestic castles and much more to do.
Please note that there is a ground floor apartment below the upstairs section of Hafod.