Gwel Y Mor is a lovely two-bedroom, mid-terrace property settled in the small village of Pentraeth on the Isle of Anglesey.
Offering a family of four an excellent base for their North Wales adventures, Gwel Y Mor enjoys contemporary décor and is just a stone's throw from all the amenities of Pentraeth.
On return from an exciting day out, park up at the front of the house before being welcomed back into the open-plan living space, sinking into the large corner sofa waiting for you!
Flick on the Smart TV to watch your favourite shows, or choose one of the games from the shelf to set up at the dining table, the perfect way to while away a quiet evening with some good family fun.
Clear everything away when dinner is served, with food lovingly prepared in the fitted kitchen, complete with all you need on a self-catered stay, with the addition of a washing machine and a dishwasher too.
Soak up the stunning views over Red Wharf Bay, Pentraeth Forest and Pentraeth Beach from your own enclosed garden, with a picnic bench providing the perfect set up for alfresco dining in summer against this amazing backdrop.
Head up to the first floor, passing the handy cloakroom at the foot of the stairs, to come to the two attractive bedrooms comprising a double and a twin, each featuring an en-suite shower room.
Freshen up in your en-suite before heading out for the day, first exploring the village on foot, reaching one of the two local pubs in a matter of minutes, great for relaxed evening drinks.
Wander down to Pentraeth Beach with your dog alongside you for a walk along the mixture of sand, shingle and rock, with low tide providing a vast area to explore.
Benllech Beach is a better option for sunny days on the sands, with golden shores and blue waters, it's one of Anglesey's most popular beaches for good reason.
Venture up north and explore some of the lesser visited fishing villages up on the north coast, or head further inland to discover places like Llyn Alaw, a large reservoir in central Anglesey, home to several walking and cycling trails around the tranquil water.
Set off on a memorable trip from Beaumaris on a Seacoast Safari to Puffin Island where you might see porpoise and even dolphins along the way, along with the resident puffins and grey seals.
Take the little ones to the fun-filled attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo, Foel Farm Park, Pili Palas Nature World and Anglesey Model Village, all just a scenic drive away on the island, or head up to Holy Island to catch a ferry to Ireland for the day from Holyhead, or admire the pristine, white beach at Trearddur Bay.
Delight in discovering this beautiful part of North Wales from Gwel Y Mor.