Gwel Yr Afon is a wonderful holiday base in the heart of one of Anglesey's charming villages, just a stone's throw from the coast.
Offering a family of four a homely setting to return to each day, Gwel Yr Afon boasts two bedrooms and is next door to all the amenities you need.
Once you're parked up in the communal parking area at the front, step inside the property and come straight into the living/dining room on return from an action-packed day.
Choose from two sofas to lounge on while the TV or music system entertains, or gather at the dining table for a board game brought from home.
Find solace outside in the garden, with a table and chairs on the raised decking to relax on as you hear the sounds of the running stream below, with everything enclosed by a fence.
Rustle up some tasty self-catered dishes in the amply equipped fitted kitchen, neatly designed and home to a fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob and a slimline dishwasher.
A handy cloakroom lies on the ground floor, whilst upstairs serving the two bedrooms is the family bathroom where you can freshen up with a soak in the bath or a rinse in the shower.
Retire to the master king-size bedroom or the lovely twin room, with the latter ideal for children, and both boasting a large wardrobe.
Begin your exploring on foot, getting to know the ins and outs of this charming village, with a café next door, perfect for morning coffee fixes or afternoon treats, and a local shop just up the road so you won't run out of any essentials.
The delightful harbour is just a simple stroll away, as is the local pub, with Moelfre's most popular attraction found here, the Moelfre RNLI Seawatch Centre, displaying impressive lifeboats, telling the history of Moelfre, offering children's activities and host to a wonderful viewing space to take in the majestic sea views.
Sunny days can be spent on the beach, with Benllech Beach just a few miles south, it's one of Anglesey's best beaches, with golden sands, clear blue waters and plenty of space for games and sandcastles when the tide is out!
Discover more beautiful beaches and coves along the coast via the Anglesey Coast Path, with a northward direction bringing you to the attractive Lligwy Beach.
Explore the countryside further inland, with opportunities for horse riding, fishing and golf in the nearby area, as well as walking the two peaks of Parys Mountain and Mynydd Bodafon.
Discover fun-filled attractions just a scenic car journey away, like Foel Farm Park, Pili Palas Nature World and Anglesey Sea Zoo, while there are mountain biking trails to try at Newborough Forest and a surf school at Rhosneigr.
Make amazing memories on the Isle of Anglesey at Gwel Yr Afon.