Trearddur Bay 2.9 miles.
Proudly positioned on the glorious shores of the Isle of Anglesey Bay, with stupendous views across the sea to the mountains of Snowdonia National Park, is this characterful cottage, Plas Uchaf.
Surrounded by the imposing clifftops and tranquil sandy beaches of Holy Island, this arresting abode is sure to impress, whether travelling as a family or a group of friends.
Step inside this grand dwelling and be welcomed into a restful sitting room, with sumptuous cream sofas arranged in front of a sleek TV and traditional woodburning stove, together creating a wonderful space to lay your feet to rest at the end of an exciting expedition exploring the area.
Cross on over to the pretty country-style kitchen with a fabulous dining area, cooking up a storm at the handy electric range cooker whilst your nearest and dearest chat at the dining table over a delicious bottle of bubbly.
Continue the evening's festivities out on the patio, taking in your awe-inspiring surroundings as you watch the sun begin to set on another unforgettable day in Wales.
Head back inside to the warmth of the property and discover a well-designed king-size bedroom with en-suite shower, resting on the ground floor.
Two additional bedrooms consisting of a king-size and a twin can be found just up the staircase, and are served by a smart family bathroom with gorgeous roll top bath and hand held shower.
Each of the bedrooms feature zip/link beds, allowing you to choose the right sleeping arrangements for you and your party upon arrival.
When you can just about tear yourself away from this splendid holiday home, be sure to check out the vast sands of Traeth Borth Wen and the enchanting landmark of St Gwenfaen Well, right on your doorstep.
Grab your hiking boots and continue along the coast to Trearddur Bay, home to an abundance of tasty local restaurants, thriving pubs and bars, and a handy supermarket selling all the essential household items.
There's also a beach and the historical hill top house of Craig Y Mor, all waiting to be explored.
Admire the luscious landscapes and colourful blooms of Porth Diana North Wales Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, or spend the day in the town of Holyhead where you watch a movie at the Empire Cinema, or catch a train to Beaumaris and Caernarfon, with landmarks and attractions such as Beaumaris Gaol and Caernarfon Castle steeped in history.
Take the 400 steps down to South Stack Lighthouse, an RSPB offering fantastic tours of the engine room and 360-views across the encompassing area.
From here, Elin's Tower provides a wonderful spot to enjoy some birdwatching, whilst a short drive away Arfordir Treftadaeth Mynydd Tŵr Nature Reserve is well-worth a Visit.
Uncover the true delights of this spectacular Island with a fun-filled escape to Plas Uchaf.