Heol Bradwen is a delightful, detached bungalow facing the Inland Sea, the stretch of water separating Anglesey from Holy Island, in the charming village of Four Mile Bridge.
This property is ideal for a family or group of six guests wanting to explore the Isle of Anglesey, with the coast and the coastal path within easy reach.
Enter the property at the side entrance to be greeted by a contemporary kitchen, fully-equipped with all of the necessary appliances and neutrally styled with cream units and wooden worktops, offering ample space to prepare delicious home-cooked meals, which can be enjoyed at the breakfast bar or at the dining table in the living/dining room, which showcases the spectacular sea views on offer.
After dinner, head to the sitting room, a cosy space with soft grey carpet and a choice of seating, arranged around the lovely fireplace, so you can enjoy your favourite TV show or film together as the woodburning stove heats the room and adds to the homely feel.
For a good night's rest, choose from three spacious, neutral bedrooms, all with garden views and ample storage space, including two double bedrooms and a bunk room, all served by the family bathroom which is full tiled and offers a shower over bath.
Outside there is a designated off-road parking space for one car, a front patio overlooking the sea and a rear patio and gravelled garden where you can relax and enjoy your quaint setting.
The pretty village of Four Mile Bridge has a local pub with further options within a walk, and good fishing opportunities.
A real bonus is that you can drop down to the Anglesey Coast Path from the front of the house, where you can expect to witness some incredible coastal views, birdlife and picturesque sandy beaches, including nearby Trearddur Bay, with it's good choice of places to eat and drink, a Blue Flag beach and charming coves.
Be sure to visit the 19th century South Stack Lighthouse, located at the end of a 400 step decent down the mainland cliffs.
Anglesey has a wide variety of attractions such as Beaumaris Castle, the National Trust's Plas Newydd House and Gardens, Anglesey Sea View aquarium, Pili Palas Nature World, Newborough Forest, and a host of sandy beaches and picturesque coastal villages.10 Heol Bradwen is a wonderful base for an Anglesey coastal retreat.