Resting in the seaside village of Rhosneigr, is this stylish detached cottage, Freshwinds.
Sleeping up to ten guests and situated just minutes away from the beach, Freshwinds is a great cottage for your next group adventure to explore the sights of the Isle of Anglesey.
Upon arrival to the property you are greeted by a sought-after private driveway, providing space for up to three cars, ideal for guests looking to park up and venture off on foot, or jump in the car and head further afield to explore your surroundings.
Stepping into the property, you enter into the stylish open-plan kitchen/diner, well-equipped with all the amenities necessary to rustle up a home-cooked meal, serving up at the dining table nestled in the corner of the sociable space, beautifully-decorated with a nautical blue colour scheme.
Over the way is a handy utility room, fit with a washing machine and tumble dryer, ideal for freshening up your wardrobe, alongside a snug sitting room, boasting a delightful traditional decor, and coastal features, with a woodburning stove taking centre stage, offering a homely space to gather with your loved ones to enjoy some popcorn and a film.
Enjoy a tranquil moment with an escape to the sun room, with its sliding patio doors making a really bright and airy hang out area to enjoy some television.
Finishing the ground-floor, there is a bathroom which leaves guests the choice to take a long soak in the bath or a quicker freshen up in the shower, as well as two bedrooms, both offering flexible sleeping arrangements, with one twin and one bunk room with two bunks.
Climbing up the stairs to the first-floor, there is a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room, allowing space and privacy to get ready in style, as well as a further double bedroom with great built-in storage space to unpack any personal belongings.
Outside you will find a lovely enclosed garden, offering a great place for children and pets to enjoy, whilst the adults unwind on the patio with a bottle of wine, firing up the barbeque one evening to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining.
The seaside village of Rhosneigr has been popular since Edwardian times with it's great history, stunning cliffs and sandy beaches, alongside ample shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes, a golf course and plenty of opportunity for watersports enthusiasts, such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, fishing, sailing, sand yachting, wreck diving.
Llangefni is a nearby market town with the gorgeous Nant-y-Pandy Nature Reserve, an art gallery and a museum, and in the opposite direction is Trearddur Bay which is home to breathtaking beaches and rock pools.
Within driving distance is the town of Holyhead, which has great links to Dublin, plenty of shops, pubs and eateries, as well as tourist attractions like Caer Gybi Roman Fort, Skinner's Monument, Celtic Gateway Bridge, and the interesting old harbour.
There are some great days out in the area such as a trip to the lovely Pili Palas Butterfly Farm, the gorgeous Beaumaris Castle or the favourable Anglesey Sea Zoo, as well as the mainland Snowdonia National Park if you can tear yourself away from the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path.
Don't forget to take a boat ride around Puffin Island so you can see nesting puffins and guillemots.
For a magnificent trip, exploring all the Isle of Anglesey has to offer, choose Freshwinds as your base.