Sleeps: 6 + cot
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly
Traethlin is a three bedroom seaside holiday cottage in Rhosneigr on Anglesey. Lots of windows, a balcony and an open plan living area, make this a lovely seaside getaway on the coast.
It’s an upside-down house. As you come into the cottage, there are three double bedrooms on the ground floor. The floor to ceiling mirrored wardrobes and achromatic colour scheme make them light and airy. The small dashes of colour to individualise the rooms is a really nice touch.
The family bathroom is also located down here and is tiled throughout with a bath/shower set up. The chrome against white tiles is in keeping with the interior of the rest of the property. The larger double bedroom has a second en-suite bathroom with shower.
Up the stairs to the first floor is where the kitchen, sitting room and dining room area are located. The kitchen is modern with high gloss grey units and all the appliances that you would need and expect. A breakfast bar area with stools make this a very sociable space and will be great for breakfast get-togethers whilst the dining area around the corner, will be great for evening meals.
The sitting room and dining area have floor to ceiling windows which lead out onto a balcony. The resident telescope will help you make the most of taking in the surrounding landscape. Open plan and minimalistic style furniture all add to the zen-like feel to the cottage.
The final ‘piece de resistance’ is the decked out patio located to the side of the property. An enclosed area with rattan furniture and lots of potted plants make this a great place to spend the evenings!
Sleeps 6 + cot
Pets 2 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Rhosneigr village is situated on the west coast of Anglesey. It’s award winning sandy beaches and unspoilt countryside with incredible views of the Snowdonia Mountains and Llyn Peninsula make it a really wonderful place to visit.
Newborough Forest is close to the holiday cottage which is fantastic for cycling and walking. The beach at the edge of the forest is Llanddwyn which is where the well for the famous St Dwynwen tale is located.
There is plenty to do in Anglesey. From the adventure sports like coasteering, sailing and surfing, it is also home to one of the best UK and scuba diving spots as well as the Anglesey Race Track which hosts a couple of racing events throughout the year. It’s flat landscape lends itself naturally to cycling and there are a couple great golf courses if you fancy a game.
The stunning Beaumaris Castle is located towards the south of the island and the Anglesey Sea Zoo is a very popular attraction as is Plas Newydd and Chateau Rhifanna if you fancy a bit of a mooch around some grand houses and afternoon tea with a view to die for. The famous South Stack lighthouse and the Amlwch copper kingdom will also be places on your ‘to do’ list!
Snowdonia is located just over the bridge making way for a whole host of other adventures and activities near by.
Prices and Availability
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