Trearddur Bay 2.3 miles.
Plas Coch is a traditional detached cottage located in Rhoscolyn, near Trearddur Bay.
This single-storey cottage sleeps up to six guests, making Plas Coch a charming and homely dwelling for your next adventure to North Wales, within easy reach of the sights and attractions of Anglesey and beyond.
Upon arriving at the property, there is parking in a gravelled area for up to three cars, before you enter into the porch, where you can leave coats and muddy boots.
In the kitchen/diner, you will find everything you need to rustle up your favourite meals or prepare picnics for those days out, as well as a handy dishwasher and washing machine, so enjoy a glass of wine around the dining table as you toast to a wonderful holiday.
Moving through the property, there is a lovely sitting room with a woodburning stove giving the room a relaxed and cosy feel so that you can settle down in peace to enjoy a movie after a long day.
When the sun goes down head to one of the three beautiful double bedrooms where you can rest and rejuvenate, ready for the next day’s adventures.
When the sun comes up again, freshen up in style with either a cheerful roll-top bath or a shower.
Outside there is a great garden with plenty of lawn space for your furry friend to stretch their legs, as you enjoy your morning coffee in the fresh air.
As you meander through the village, home to a quaint church and a gastro-pub serving good food, take in the views of the gorgeous horseshoe bay boasting golden sands, rocks and tide pools.
Keen walkers can look forward to stepping on to the awe-inspiring Anglesey Coast Path which passes right behind the house, taking detours to Porth Dafarch and Elin's Tower along the way.
More beaches can be found just a stone's throw away from the village, including the nearby resort of Trearddur Bay, boasting fine Blue Flag sandy beaches for more water sporting and leisure opportunities and also a range of eateries.
Family-friendly attractions can be found across Four Mile Bridge, including Anglesey Sea Zoo and GreenWood Family Park, meet the exotic creatures at Pili Palas Nature World or visit one of Edward the first's famous castles in the pretty seaside town of Beaumaris.
Also within easy reach you will find the mountains, rivers and woods of Snowdonia National Park, the impressive castles of Edward I’s Ring of Iron, and a wealth of other treasures to discover.
For a memorable trip, choose Plas Coch Rhoscolyn as you explore all North Wales has to offer!