Perth HwfaMalltraeth, Anglesey
This charming stone holiday cottage is tucked away in a fabulous, elevated position, and its stunning views towards Snowdon and the Llŷn Peninsula have inspired many famous artists including Charles Tunnicliffe and Philip Snow. Set within its own 30 acres of land, Perth Hwfa is accessed up a private drive, giving a real sense of privacy, but the village pub is within walking distance!
"A much-loved house by us all in a very unique and special location. Walk to the beach, watch the sunrise. A house with lots of character, charm and comfort."
It is only a five-minute walk to the Malltraeth estuary sands, renowned for their birdlife, and some the best beaches of Anglesey are only 10 minutes by car. The long stretches of sandy beach and sand dunes at Newborough are breathtakingly beautiful, ideal for days out and picnics. The bustling seaside village of Rhosneigr is also 10 minutes' drive away, and here you can find shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a great selection of water sports.
Perth Hwfa is a much-loved house that has been in the same family since the 1950s. It has recently been updated, but retains an old-fashioned charm. This spacious holiday house is perfect for groups, or for families with children.
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Central Heating
- Woodburning stove
- Fridge with ice box compartment
- Washing machine
- Logs supplied
- Hi-fi with Ipod connection
- Enclosed garden
- Bike/canoe storage
- Off road parking
- High chair
- Travel Cot (no linen)
Outstanding location, perfect for our kind of holiday. Stunning views and delightful to sit at the kitchen table or on the grass admiring the scenery. A cosy, comfortable house, ideal for relaxing family holidays. Thoroughly enjoy…
Lovely house, great setting. Weather mixed but still walked and cycled. Plenty of wildlife to watch in the garden - 3 woodpeckers at one point! Great chilling holiday - would love to come again.
A lovely house in a wonderful spot. Weather cool but lots of sunshine, so good for walking. Enjoyed seeing red squirrels in Newborough Forest, what a treat!