A brilliant, newly furnished airy seaside home, situated in a quiet cul de sac behind the main street of Rhosneigr. This child friendly house with an enclosed and private garden is just minutes walk from two exceptional beaches, restaurants, shops and cafes. At Rhosneigr there is a great choice of water sports, safe bathing, lovely sand, local restaurants, golf course, fishing and fabulous walking. This cheerful family home is ideal for a holiday at anytime of the year.
Large enclosed garden
Outdoor furniture and barbecue
Stair gate, high chair and travel cot
Washing machine, dish washer
TV, DVD and WI FI broadband connection
Bed linen provided (not towels)
One well behaved, small dog - £25 per week additional charge
Well equipped kitchen adjoining a large utility room with washing facilities.
Breakfast room that enjoys the morning sun and seats up to 12 people.
Living room with TV, DVD and play space for children.
Sunroom which catches the sun from midday onwards.
Bedroom with wooden bunk bed suitable for adults or children.
Bathroom with heated tile floor, shower, WC and wash basin.
Additional 'garden' room accommodation situated behind the garage only a few metres from the sunroom with two single beds, WC and wash basin.
Two large double bedrooms with ample storage and a large open plan landing.
Bathroom with heated tiled floor, Jacuzzi bath, WC and wash basin.
Rhosneigr is a pretty seaside village, perfect for families, walkers or water sports enthusiasts. It has unique shops, a bistro, cafes and local pubs with play areas for children.
Two beautiful, wide beaches with sand dunes and rock pools are perfect for relaxation whilst the more energetic can kite surf, wind surf, canoe or sail.
The Anglesey race track has year round events plus a golf course and horse riding within the village.
For further amenities the market towns of Llangefni and Holyhead (the starting point for day trips to Dublin) and the City of Bangor are all within easy travelling distance.
Further afield on the island there is Pili Palas Butterfly Farm, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle or the RSPB centre at South Stack Lighthouse.
Snowdonia National Park with its stunning mountain scenery and crystal clear lakes is within easy reach by car; here you can climb Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon.