Situated beside Traeth Crigyll beach in Rhosneigr on the Isle of Anglesey, Annedd Wen is a detached four-bedroom property, ideal for a family wanting to enjoy a seaside getaway on Anglesey.
Park your car in one of the off-road parking spaces, before making your way to the entrance, passing the enclosed front lawn with picnic bench, where you can gather together for a picnic lunch during the summer months.
Head inside the property and kick off your sandy shoes in the hallway, before making yourself comfortable in the sitting room, relaxing on one of the sofas beside the woodburning stove, admiring the beautiful sea views from the bay window or settling down to watch your favourite programme on SKY.
The farmhouse-style kitchen boasts all the appliance you need to create hearty home-cooked meals, which you can enjoy around the dining table as you plan for the days ahead.
Catch up on rest in one of four bedrooms; a ground-floor double is ideal for guests with mobility issues, who can take advantage of the extra large shower cubicle in the ground-floor shower room, while upstairs is a super-king-size with zip/link feature, which can cater to a variety of groups, as well as a double and a bunk room, ideal for younger guest, served by the family bathroom, which provides a bath with shower over.
Soak up the sunshine in the patio garden to the rear, lighting up the barbecue for a spot of alfresco dining on a balmy summer's evening.
Explore the popular village of Rhosneigr, which boasts plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants within a stone's throw of the property.
Spend a day at Traeth Crigyll, one of the most popular beaches in the UK for watersports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing, while beginners can take lessons at the local school, and little ones can enjoy sandcastle building and paddling in the water.
Stroll around the nearby Lake Maelog, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, filled with beautiful flowers and fascinating wildlife, before joining the The Anglesey Coastal Path and making your way towards the impressive sand dunes of Tywyn y Llyn.
Keen golfers have multiple coastal courses at their disposal, boasting incredible scenery, while fishing and sailing are also popular activities to partake in.
Visit the RAF Valley, known for being the training base for Prince William's Air Sea Rescue, and enjoy a family-friendly afternoon at Pili Palas butterfly farm or Anglesey Sea Zoo.
Further up the coast, Trearddur Bay offers a wider selection of picturesque sandy beaches, while the market town of Holyhead is ideal for keen walkers wanting to capture the best of the coastal views.
Cross the mainland to discover the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno and the bustling university town of Bangor, while the breath-taking rural and mountainous scenery off Snowdonia National Park is also within driving distance Make Annedd Wen the base for your next family getaway to the Isle of Anglesey.