This is a fabulous location and a stunning holiday destination, situated on the coastal path and 100 metres from a lovely sandy beach - dog-friendly
- Outdoor communal areas abound with a large hot tub (125 per week for use of hot tub) at one side of the property, slate patios and spacious decking at the front with barbecue area, dining table, outdoor couches and loungers to maximise enjoyment of the views. Lawns surround the house, perfect for children to play.
- Enter the large communal area and eyes are drawn to the glass wall that reaches from floor to ceiling giving stunning vistas with sliding doors onto the patio decking.
- Stylish interiors reflect the coastal location with Scandinavian and New England influences.
- The spacious and stylish open plan living space has a sleek well-equipped kitchen area with an Esse range electric cooker perfectly set up for 'bake offs'. The space effortlessly flows from the dining area through to comfortable seating around a large wood burning stove, the main gathering point for family and friends.
- The snug, a smaller more intimate room set in the older part of the house is cosy and comfortable with inglenook fireplace and deep set windows.
- Beyond the snug there is a large twin bedroom with an equally large En-Suite shower room. Perfect for older guests.
- The Master bedroom with super king bed and En-Suite shower room on the first floor has 4-metre sliding doors opening out onto a glass balustrade balcony perfect for enjoying morning coffee while contemplating Red Wharf Bay below. Views from the sloping side windows are of wooded hillsides that drop down onto the bay.
- The third bedroom also on the 1st floor is a super king with its own En-Suite shower room.
- A great variety of seabirds can be observed from the comfort of the decking. Watch amazing sunsets with a glass of wine after a day exploring this unique area.
- A sociable house for family and friends throughout the seasons.
*Please be aware that in extreme tide levels the track to the house can be submerged in water*
3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Twin with En-Suite shower room on ground floor, 1 Superking bedroom with En-Suite shower room and 1 Master bedroom with balcony and En-Suite shower room. Both on 1st floor.
Open Plan Living/Kitchen Area with white units electric Esse Range cooker electric with 3 ovens, 2 hobs 1 of which induction, built in microwave, fridge/freezer plus extra freezer, dishwasher, breakfast bar with 2 stools.
Utility Room with toilet, sink, and washing machine.
Lounge/Dining Area 5.3 meter sliding doors onto decking, wood burning stove, 2 sofas, TV, dining table and chairs seating 6, shelves, computer station, new music system BOSE sound touch.
Porch at side of main living area.
Sun Lounge with long couch, cupboards, shelving and coat rails with folding patio doors onto garden.
Snug older part of house with inglenook fireplace and log burner, 2x2 seater sofas, coffee table, TV/DVD.
Grounds large surrounded by slate patios and lawns large hot tub at the side of property (100 per week), decking area at the front with barbecue, dining furniture, 2 sets of outside sofas and loungers. Fully enclosed.
Care with toddlers as close to the water's edge.
NB: A refundable security deposit of 500 is required per booking
Hot Tub - Â£125 per week. Please call the office 01348 837871 to let us know if the hot tub is required.
Short breaks - No
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Saturday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes for 2-3 cars
Fuel - Inclusive
Dogs - 2 well-behaved dogs welcome free (not on carpeted areas or upstairs). Guests must adhere to dog policy provided.
Travel Cot - No
Highchair - No
Stairgate - Yes
Bed linen - Included as standard
Beaches and Coastal Path
- 100 metres walk along the coastal path in front of the house is an easy stroll away and a lovely safe sandy beach. Take the coastal path onward around the headland to Llanddona beach which has a wide expanse of sand and safe bathing. A short drive up the coast is Benllech with a popular sandy beach small children will enjoy the rock pools at low tide and dogs will love the freedom. Drive up to the small seaside village of Moelfre much like a small Cornish village and enjoy the fine view with the lovely Lligwy beach beyond. Explore different areas of the Coastal Path recommended is the walk around Porth Eilean near Amlwch a pretty secluded little bay with a rugged coastline and spectacular views.
Din Lligwy pre historic site
- Walk across the fields to this evocative site of stone round and rectangular houses well preserved where walls rise waist high and door lintels still standing. With trees dancing in the wind and complete absence of modern buildings nearby its deeply atmospheric on a summer's evening - well worth a visit.
- One of the loveliest locations right on the Menai Strait with its mixture of Georgian and Victorian houses, independent shops, romantic castle surrounded by a moat and long pier to enjoy the views across the Strait onto the Snowdon Massif.
Snowdonia National Park
- Shore Cottage is a great base from which to explore the beauty of Wales' largest national Park.
- Take a train ride to the summit of Snowdonia - the star of the National Park. It is the highest mountain in England and Wales. For the more energetic you could walk to the top. Whichever way you choose to get to the top, it will be an unforgettable experience!
Plas Newydd (National Trust)
- Set overlooking the Menai Strait and across to Snowdonia and with the mighty Britannia Bridge in the foreground. Beautiful rolling lawns dotted with mature beech and lime trees with a riot of colours in Spring of magnolias, azaleas and hydrangea in Summer, woodland walks with tree houses and play areas. The manor house is also interesting with memorabilia of the battle of Waterloo where the 1st Marquis of Anglesey lost his leg and large wall murals by Rex Whistler a friend of the family.
Places to Eat
- Close by on the headland at Red Wharf Bay is The Boathouse Restaurant which is excellent plus the Ship Inn next door for a pint and a delicious Sunday lunch. Down in Menai Bridge is Dylan's restaurant in a beautiful spot on the water's edge (booking advisable). In Menai Bridge stock up at Waitrose or head for Beaumaris where there are excellent shops a superb butchers and bakery. Enjoy a meal at Anglesey's premier hotel The Bull lunch in their brasserie a drink in their traditional bar with a roaring fire or book dinner in The Loft restaurant.
- Just beyond Beaumaris at Henllys Hall, is the Princes Golf Club with a lovely course dotted with oak trees and views across the Menai Strait. Up the coast beyond Amlwch is Bull Bay Golf Club with a challenging course set above the rugged coastline.
Newborough Nature Reserve and Llanddwyn Island
- Set beyond Plas Newydd on the western side of the island is this amazing nature reserve, a birdwatchers paradise with hides hidden amongst the pine woods, look out for the red squirrel which thrive on the island and walk along fabulous Newborough beach to Llanddwyn Island and the little lighthouse at the end.
- The glorious Snowdonia National Park is within easy reach and well worth a day or two of exploration. Enjoy stunning scenery, thrilling adventure activities such as Zip World, Bounce Below and Surf Snowdonia, steam train rides, historic houses, mighty castles, majestic mountains, pretty mountain villages, industrial heritage, local produce, thriving gardens and more.
Enjoy year round holidays in this luxurious home with hot tub in an unparalleled coastal location right on the shore line of Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey
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