Isle of Anglesey
Low season: £380 pw.
Mid season: £480 pw.
High season: £650 pw.
Flexilets available up to 3 months by arrangement.
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Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapLeeside is located in the heart of Cemaes Bay just a few minutes walk from the harbour and two lovely beaches.
11 Jul, 18 Jul
- The bungalow has a large lounge area, a well fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar leading into a pleasant sun room which has sea views.
- There are two bedrooms. The large bedroom has a double bed, one single and is fitted with a built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom has two singles, a dresser and also a built-in fitted wardrobe.
- Outside there is a pretty sheltered garden area with all BBQ facilities including a BBQ bench and table which seats 6 persons.
- The village is a few minutes walk making provisioning easy from the small general store/off-license. A fresh bakery, butchers shop, green grocers, post office, chemist, coffee shop/cafe and an award winning fish & chip shop make up the main street of the village. There is also a Heritage Center offering tourist information and internet facilities as does the library.
- Cemaes Bay is the most northerly part of Wales and has two lovely beaches and a very interesting harbour with a pier. It is pleasant to stroll along the pier and watch the local fishermen come in with their day's catch.
- There is a coastal pathway around the whole island giving extensive walks with scenic views accompanied by the birdsong of the numerous birds which make Anglesey their home.
- Fishing and sailing are popular sports.
- There is an 18 hole Golf course at Bull Bay (Porth Llechog) 4 miles away where visitors are made very welcome.
- Several hotels and pubs in and near Cemaes Bay offer delicious meals with scenic settings.
- Nearby, Cemlyn Bay is a bird sanctuary where many different birds can be seen.
- If history is your thing, there is much to see. Many historic sites including churches dating back pre 12th century and Beaumaris Castle a 20min drive. Llynnon Mill and Museum provide a unique impression of life during the iron age.
- Cemaes Bay is easily accessible and is only one and quarter hours drive from Chester. Trains go from Bangor to Holyhead and buses run from Bangor/and Holyhead to Cemaes Bay.