Standing detached within the grounds of a working 144-acre farm, this magnificent 17th-century Hall offers a comfortable retreat for large groups or families. Tastefully renovated by the present owners, and with several real open fires, the house has been carefully furnished throughout and emanates much character with a touch of class, yet informal and welcoming enough to promote a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday.
Located more or less centrally on the Isle of Anglesey, it makes a fine base for exploring the many beaches that are to be found nearby. Much of Anglesey has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is a haven for rare plants and wildlife. A perfect holiday setting for nature lovers and bird-watchers, there are also plenty of other activities to enjoy, such as sailing, horse riding, wind surfing, fishing and golf. Other attractions on the island for all the family include a butterfly house, sea zoo and model village. Many good quality restaurants are dotted around the island.
Entrance hall with open fire.
Large living room with open fire, wooden floor and French doors to patio.
Spacious well-equipped fitted kitchen with breakfast area.
1 Bedroom: double.
Further living room with cathedral ceiling, wood-burning stove in stone fireplace and sofa-bed (for +2).
Three double bedrooms; one with en-suite bathroom/WC, and one with 5ft bed.
Two twin-bedded rooms.
Bathroom/WC with corner bath, shower cubicle and bidet.
Features and Facilities:
Electric and full Calor gas Central Heating included.
Open fires and wood-burning stoves - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally.
Parking (for 5/6 cars).
TV, DVD player.
Auto wm/tumble dryer, M/wave, D/washer, Fridge/freezer.