Resting in Niwbwrch, close to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, is this lovely semi-detached cottage, Cartrefle.
Boasting a charming and homely interior, Cartrefle offers an idyllic base for a small family or two couples looking to explore the sights of this picturesque part of North Wales.
Stepping into the property you're welcomed into the hallway, providing storage space to home your walking gear as well as a family bathroom where you can freshen up with a quick rinse in the walk-in shower before continuing through to the main areas of the house.
Enter into the cosy sitting room, featuring traditional wooden décor and boasting a rustic woodburning stove, inviting you to put your feet up as you snuggle in on the chaise lounge, letting the television wash over you before heading into the amply-equipped kitchen/diner to prepare some tasty treats for the family to enjoy around the dining table.
If you're lucky enough to experience the warmer weather, head outside to the enclosed garden to indulge in a spot of alfresco dining, relishing in the peaceful setting of the greenery that overlooks the space.
As the night draws to a close, head upstairs to bed, choosing to rest your head in the triple bunk room, offering both a single and a double bed for flexible sleeping arrangements, or the double bedroom, where you'll find ample storage space to house your belongings and the quirky feature of an antique sliding door.
If you fancy a break from doing the cooking, take the short stroll into the center of town and head to The White Lion, a 200-year-old pub where families and pets alike are welcome, and indulge in a bite to eat or a cold pint of beer.
Alternatively, cross over to The Codmother to order a portion of fish and chips to go, whilst the kids play on the swings at Parc y Plant.
Lace up your walking boots and join the Isle of Anglesey Costal Path from Llanfairpwll to Beaumaris, offering scenic views across the Menai Strait, passing both the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge.
Enjoy a fun-filled day at the beach with a trip to Traeth Llanddwyn, where the stretches of golden sand, nestled on the edge of the Newborough Forest, offer views of the picturesque landscape of Snowdonia.
Jump in the car and travel further afield to the Cathedral city of Bangor, where the bustling high street is lined with exciting shopping opportunities as well as a host of pubs and restaurants to suit everyone's tastes.
Wander along Garth Pier to HMS Conway Window, a memorial window in the seating kiosk at the end of the pier that overlooks the HMS Conway's old mooring or test your swing with a round of golf at Clwb Golff St. Deiniol.
However you plan to spend your time on the Isle of Anglesey, choose Cartrefle as your base.