A beautiful ground-floor spacious bungalow situated in Rhosneigr, less than a five minute walk into the village where you will find an array of trendy eateries and the great beaches.
This property has high-quality furnishings and a lovely light décor, ideal for friends or family looking for a getaway to the coast.
Step inside via the porch and you’re welcomed by the first living area featuring a traditional open fire, perfect for a relaxing evening after a day of exploring.
Further into the property, you’ll find an impressive open-plan kitchen/diner, ideal for keeping the whole group together when preparing a meal, with an extra seating area to enjoy a well-deserved glass of wine.
Open the patio doors to a beautiful enclosed garden with a flagged patio area and seating, with stunning views of Maelog Lake and further onto Snowdonia.
This property features three generous bedrooms, the master has a king size bed and a traditional bay window, whilst the two remaining bedrooms host a king size and a double bed.
The shower room is stylish and has been renovated to a high standard with a large shower cubicle, so you can enjoy a warm soak of an evening.
Centrally located in Rhosneigr,a small village on the west coast of Anglesey, steeped in history and featuring award-winning beaches, perfect for a relaxing day out or for the more adventurous, how about surf lessons or even kite surfing!
For adventures further afield, the famous South Stack Lighthouse is a short drive away, as is the captivating seaside town of Beaumaris, where you could take a boat trip or a walk along the pier.
A gorgeous drive over Menai Bridge into North Wales and along the coastline will introduce you to other popular seaside towns such as Conwy.
Cwtch is the perfect base for friends of families looking to explore the very best North Wales has to offer.
About the location
Llangefni 12 miles; Trearddur Bay 12 miles; Holyhead 13 miles.
The popular seaside village of Rhosneigr is situated on the beautiful west coast of Anglesey, famous for its spectacular cliffs and magnificent sandy beaches. The village has a varied history including a 6th century church, tales of smugglers, famous off-shore shipwrecks and from the Edwardian era it has been a fashionable holiday destination. Today it is known for its magnificent beaches and renowned watersports, providing some of the best windsurfing and kitesurfing in the UK, with tuition available in the village. Activities include fishing, sailing, sand yachting, wreck diving, golf and hours of family fun on the enormous sandy beaches. There are several pubs, restaurants and shops in the village, with the market towns of Llangefni and Holyhead (starting point for day trips to Dublin), and the city of Bangor within easy travelling distance. Close by is the Anglesey Race Circuit, great for lovers or car and motorbike racing, while on the island you will find Pili Palas Butterfly Farm, Anglesey Sea Zoo and Beaumaris Castle. Boat trips around Puffin Island offer the chance to see nesting puffins and guillemots, or cross to the mainland and enjoy Victorian Llandudno’s shopping, restaurants and dry ski slope, Snowdonia mountains and the beaches of the Llyn Peninsula.