The perfect property for families in pursuit of a fun-filled escape to the Welsh coast, The Herun can be found resting in Rhosneigr, in easy reach of beautiful beaches and family-fun attractions of all kinds.
An attractive all-ground-floor property boasting a contemporary interior and plenty of space to host your group, there's no better choice for a stay on the Isle of Anglesey.
Park up on the private driveway and marvel at the beauty of the property's exterior, an even more impressive interior awaiting you with the glory of the open-plan living space being perfect to host all of your celebrations.
Enjoy a refreshing beverage as you sit together at the dining table, the above skylight bringing in a warm and sunny glow, while the patio doors let the fresh coastal breeze fill the room.
Let your dinner simmer on the hob in the well-equipped kitchen, providing everything needed for a week-long stay, as you pick a family-favourite film on the Smart TV, snuggling up into the spacious sofa in front of the woodburning stove.
The property also benefits from a convenient cloakroom, while each of the beautifully-presented bedrooms offers its own en-suite; the king-size and twin rooms with shower rooms and the adult bunks with a bathroom, offering a flexible arrangement for a variety of group needs.
The outside of the property benefits from equal wonder, home to a hot tub letting you soak in the glorious sunsets, as well as a barbecue and outdoor seating, you'll be sure to create everlasting memories here with your loved ones.
Be sure to explore the local village of Rhosneigr, best known for its spectacular cliffs and sandy beaches, there's no better base for an escape to the seaside, with plenty of opportunities for watersports such as being extremely popular for windsurfing and kitesurfing, while you can also find fishing, sailing, sand yachting, wreck diving and golf all close by too.
Make the most of the amenities within the village by indulging in some traditional fish and chips, or celebrate a special occasion in one of the good range of eateries at hand, with local shops to pick up your own fresh ingredients too.
Venture out to the renowned medieval town of Beaumaris, home to the 13th-century Beaumaris Castle with its concentric fortifications and imposing moat, as well as Beaumaris Gaol with Victorian punishment cells, it's a must-see for the history lover, as well as boasting a picturesque pier and boat trips out to Puffin Island where you can spot rich bird life for a day out to remember.
Beaumaris lies within easy reach of the 19th-century Menai Suspension Bridge, taking you over to mainland Wales where you can explore the beauty of Snowdonia National Park with its highest peak in the Glyderau range, Glyder Fawr, being easily accessed from here, or take a ferry from Holyhead on Holy Island over to Ireland for the day; there's so much to explore here while holidaying in Wales.
Offering a beautiful base from which to explore this scenic area of Wales, The Herun makes a spectacular family holiday home at any time of the year.