Detached 3 bedroom cottage.
This traditional stone cottage oozes character with a modern twist. Sleeping 6 over three bedrooms, with one on the ground floor, a great base for a larger or extended family, moments to the beach.
Sleeps: 6 | Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 2
This newly refurbished bright property has everything you could want for in a holiday cottage. Tastefully decorated throughout, this charming property is full of character and offers the ideal base for a family or small group. Sleeping up to 6 between three bedrooms – a master bedroom (with ample storage) on the ground floor means that older guests can avoid the stairs, with a further two bedrooms to the first floor (double and bunk). The family shower room is downstairs and there is a further toilet / cloak room upstairs. The spacious lounge, with traditional beamed ceilings has patio doors leading out onto the courtyard area with outdoor table and chairs, ideal for al fresco dining. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you should need with a dining table suitable for six. Off road parking for up to 2 cars.
More than a few kilometres of beautiful beaches just a short stroll away. A very well presented and equipped holiday home, so everything you should need for a great stay.
The management team all live in the village, giving you peace of mind should you have any queries or need anything during your stay. You will also receive a complimentary welcome pack with some little necessities to get your holiday started.
- Internet / WiFi
- Linen & Towels included
- Washing Machine
- Off Road Parking
- Outside Dining
- Welcome Pack & Milk
- Multi-fuel Fire
- Pet Friendly
- Highchair & Travel cot available on request
Rhosneigr is a popular holiday destination in Anglesey, North Wales. Situated on the west coast of Anglesey it is in a prime location to reach local towns within 10 minutes but is far enough away from the everyday hustle and bustle to be truly relaxed. The village although small and filled with charm leaves you wanting for nothing more with a host of pubs, restaurants and shops, every taste and age is accommodated for.
The village also has its own beach front surf shop. The surf shop provides everything you need for windsurfing, sea kayaking, diving, snorkelling, to body boards and wetsuits, there is no end of adventure here.
If adventure isn’t your cup of tea, then there are plenty of beautiful coastal walks with panoramic views out to sea and of the Snowdonia mountain range. Located just outside of the village is Llyn Maelog, a large lake that is rich in bird life and fish. Surrounded by unspoilt countryside that stretches for miles inland with magnificent views of the Lleyn Peninsular.