Resting just a short distance from the glorious coast of Anglesey in the little village of Newborough, discover this all-ground-floor holiday cottage, 1 Bryn Rhedyn.
This charming property is a great find for families or friends to come together to explore this south-west corner of the isle, where you will find sublime beaches, great walks and charming historical landmarks, awaiting to be discovered.
Head into the property and be welcomed into the sitting room, where a woodburning stove is awaiting to be lit during a winter’s evening, before you snuggle up on the sofa and flick through the TV channels.
From here, you will find a well-equipped kitchen, containing everything you could possibly need to enjoy a great self-catering stay, including a dishwasher and a washing machine so that you will barely have to lift a finger during your stay.
Your meals can be enjoyed within the light-filled conservatory, where formal table and chairs are set to enjoy meals together and popping open bottle of something to cheers to a wonderful holiday with loved ones.
When sleep calls, retire to one of the two bedrooms, comprising of a king-size bedroom and a double bedroom, served by a sleek shower room.
Outside, you can look forward to making the most of the glorious sunshine by hosting a spot of alfresco dining within the garden.
Immerse yourself in your surroundings by taking a stroll into the centre of the village, where you will be delighted to find a cosy pub for a well-earned drink and a well-stocked shop for picking up the essentials and any treats to take back to the cottage.
Summer afternoons can be spend at the glorious Newborough Beach, which is flanked by the enchanting Newborough forest and offers a plethora of watersport opportunities, walks to the majestic Llanddwyn Island or simply relaxing on the sands and admiring the stunning view of the mountains of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.
Walkers can look forward to exploring the forest or walking section 9 Anglesey Coastal Path, which starts from Llyn Rhos Du and ends at Aberffraw, promising breath-taking scenery.
Close by are a number of attractions to suit all ages and tastes, including the National Trust site of Plas Newydd and the wonderful Sea Zoo, or travel further afield to Holyhead, where you can hop on board a ferry to spend the day in Ireland or admire the views from the Menai Strait.
From here, you can also take day trips to the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, home to a plethora of walking and hiking routes, as well as a number of other outdoor activities.
1 Bryn Rhedyn is the perfect property for that long-awaited holiday to Anglesey that you have been dreaming of.