You are guaranteed peace and tranquillity in this wonderful holiday cottage, as it is the very last house in the tiny hamlet of Caim, near Llangoed. It is situated right on the edge of a stunning section of the Anglesey Coastal Path alongside an important and ancient deer park wall. This takes you down to the famous Penmon Priory and Dovecote and on to the lighthouse overlooking Puffin Island.
"A quaint, cosy cottage in a stunning location on the Anglesey Coastal Footpath, with wonderful, unspoilt views to the west and east. Pentir has a great following of repeat visitors."
The garden is delightful with interesting and diverse areas. There is even a small walled garden with vegetable beds and fruit trees! Guests are welcome to pick fruit, veggies and flowers.
The accommodation (2 double bedrooms) is on the ground floor (please see nitty gritty) and is centrally heated. Pentir really does have the best of both worlds - you are only 10 minutes away from the renowned town of Beaumaris with its unique, independent shops and a wide variety of excellent pubs and restaurants, as well as its castle and Victorian gaol, all well worth a visit.
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Oil Central Heating
- Heating and Electricity included
- Woodburning stove
- Flatscreen TV & DVD
- Music system
- Fridge Freezer
- Washing machine
- Enclosed garden
- Garden furniture
- Level Access
- Off road parking
Beautiful location at the end of a narrow village road. The last house which opens up onto fields leading to a stony beach at Penmon Point. Views over the Menai Strait, even saw Isle of Man in the distance. Really comfy, enormous…
Just arrived home after a fantastic short break in this lovely quaint cosy cottage.Set in spectacular countryside Coastal path close by, you couldn't wish for more.We have stayed in numerous cottages in various locations on Angles…
We have just returned from a wonderful week's holiday at Pentir. The cottage is idyllic, cosy, clean and has views all around. We shall book again next year. Thanks!