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Trewan Chalet

Bryngwran near Rhosneigr, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1096018)

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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
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Trewan Sands

Set within 20 acres of land overlooking Towyn Trewan Common and resting near the west coast of Anglesey, on the outskirts of Rhosneigr, are these four delightful properties, two semi-detached houses and two lodges, of Trewan Sands. Trewan Sands is ideal for those seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of life, with ample walking, birdwatching and cycling just a stone's throw away, along with a range of watersports. Each property sleeps up to four guests, with the exception of Trewan House sleeping up to six, along with hosting fabulous furnishings, ample private parking and pet-friendly accommodation; Trewan Sands makes for a fantastic family staycation in Anglesey. Not only do the dwellings rest near a railway station, RAF Valley and the Anglesey Golf Club, they are also within five miles of the golden sands of Traeth Crigyll. Travel a short distance into Rhosneigr to access your amenities, including a selection of friendly pubs serving up tasty treats, and shops that are well-stocked with your essentials; the village additionally backs onto Llyn Maelog and Traeth Llydan, both making for idyllic afternoon outings. Venture further inland to discover the county town of Anglesey, Llangefni, where you can embark on a stroll or cycle through The Dingle Nature Reserve or tour the fantastic Oriel Môn art museum; end the day with a bite to eat at the museum's café or head into town to discover a range of eateries that will suit anyone's taste. For more beachfront fun, spend the day in Trearddur Bay where you can bask in the sun on Trearddur Bay Beach or Porth Castell, try your hand at putting at The Beach Golf Course and savour some sea view dining at the Sea Shanty Café. Anglesey is home to a plethora of sights to see, from its picturesque settlements in and around the Holy Island, including Holyhead, and the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path waiting to be embarked on, where you can visit even more attractions circulating the island; why not travel towards the mainland for an outing in Bangor or Menai Bridge? Create everlasting memories from the delightful Trewan Sands.

The property

Rhosneigr 4.8 miles.

Enjoying a serene setting in Bryngwran, on the fringes of Rhosneigr, is this lovely standalone holiday home, Trewan Chalet.

Open-plan living and easy access to Anglesey's seaside attractions make this lodge ideal for a family of four seeking a memorable staycation.

Park up in one of the off-road spaces provided before climbing the external stairs and stepping inside the lovely abode.

A sumptuous corner sofas awaits in front of the Smart TV and gas fire, enticing you to put your feet up and unwind.

Moving through the property, proceed to the amply-equipped kitchen, where far-reaching views of the surrounding meadows offer an idyllic outlook for the budding chef to admire whilst they rustle up a hearty meal.

The dining table is surrounded by plush booth seating, providing a great place to dine-in and socialise with friends and family.

When day draws to night, retreat to one of two well-presented bedrooms to catch your rest, with the choice between a double with an en-suite cloakroom and a twin, each offering ample storage to unpack your belongings.

In the morning, kick-start your day with a revitalizing rinse before heading out for the day to explore your wonderful surroundings.

For a lovely break in Anglesey, try Trewan Chalet.

Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1096017, 1095895, 1096026, together sleeping up to 18 guests.

Summary

  • Single-storey
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite basin and WC, 1 x twin
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area, sitting area and gas fire
  • Gas central heating with gas fire
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge
  • Smart TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Shared side lawn
  • Two small well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 3.7 miles, pub 4.2 miles
  • Note: There are steps leading up to the property that may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility, please take care

About the location

RHOSNEIGR

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. Rhosneigr is located near to RAF Valley, famed For Prince William's Air Sea Rescue training base. Alsolose 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.