Experience the North Wales coast like never before on an unforgettable escape to Bwthyn Siliwen (Old Bath House).
Renovated to a high standard, this unique self-catering cottage rests in a commanding position overlooking the Menai Strait.
Accessible by a 4x4 when the tide is out and always accessible by foot, visitors can enjoy the exclusivity and tranquility of this attractive abode, whilst taking in the spectacular views of the sea.
Those who do not have a 4x4 need not panic, the friendly owner is on hand to provide transport across to the property when checking in.
Make yourself feel right at home in this characterful abode, as you take to the stylish and well-equipped kitchen to pop on the kettle and cook up a tasty afternoon snack with the help of the contemporary electrical appliances.
Move your way into the light and airy dining room, chatting with friends as you gather at the rustic wood table and exchange your most memorable moments from the holiday so far, before mapping out new and exciting plans exploring this incredible country.
Kick back and relax in the sitting room as you snuggle together on the plush sofas and watch an entertaining movie on the impressive Smart TV that hangs proudly abode the decorative fireplace.
Continue the festivities out in the garden as you delight in drinks on the patio whilst the children play happily on the lawn.
Back inside, two fabulous ground-floor bedrooms await you; a beautiful double-size and a restful triple bunk room, both served by an attractive ground-floor bathroom with a spacious tub and overhead shower, allowing you to choose how to best prepare for the day ahead.
Up the staircase, one further double-size and one king-size bedroom offer a wonderful space to lay your head to rest, together providing ample sleeping space for up to nine guests.
Across the way, a smart and sophisticated shower room with traditional Victorian Tiling completes the interior of the cottage.
When the tide is out, be sure to head to the centre of Bangor and discover a wide range of landmarks and attractions such as the 1971 Eisteddfod Gorsedd Stones, Garth Pier and Roman Camp, as well as a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants where you can wine and dine.
Head on over to the Isle of Anglesey to visit the towns of Menai Bridge and Beaumaris, discovering the Victorian Prison of Beaumaris Goal, the Menai Bridges Exhibition and the imposing fortress of Beaumaris Castle, as well as many exciting trips out to sea where you can spot Puffin Island and the headlands of Llandudno.
Meet friendly barn animals and exotic sea creatures at attractions such as Foel Farm Park and the Anglesey Sea Zoo, or spend the day at GreenWood Family Park and Pili Palas Zoo, a real hit with children.
Venture into the heart of Snowdonia National Park and uncover a plethora of thrilling hiking routes and cycle paths such as Snowdon Peak, Pont Pen-y Benglog and Gwydir Forest Park, as well as the ancient quarries of Dinorwic Slate and Llechwedd.
Live many incredible moments with your nearest and dearest on a fun-filled family holiday to Bwthyn Siliwen (Old Bath House).