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Horizons, Four Mile Bridge
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Spacious home with hot tub in an enviable location on the coastal path at the edge of the Inland sea in Four Mile Bridge. Perfect for water-sports and walkers.
- Located right on the waters edge, this fabulous house is ideal for families and those wanting to explore Anglesey's beaches, attractions, historical sites and coastal path.
- A spacious property decorated to a high standard throughout, en-suite bedrooms, balcony with far reaching views over the inland sea.
- A superb detached house situated in Four Mile Bridge on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Finished to a high standard throughout, Horizons offers perfect holiday accommodation for families and friends to enjoy. A modern and stylish interior creates a relaxing atmosphere for your holiday. The open plan living space on the ground floor is a wonderful place for everyone to enjoy.
- The large sitting room upstairs is a delight, with access to the balcony overlooking the waterway and beyond. An ideal room for family get-togethers or to watch the watersports from the windows. This property would be perfect for a family Christmas or celebration .
- Step into the dining room off the lounge, perfect for sunny relaxed breakfasts, whilst enjoying the garden and sea views.
- Excellent eating places within a short drive at 'Langdons' restaurant & bar Newry beach Holyhead, restaraunts plenty of cafes and restaurants in Rhoscolyn and Trearddur bay. Many activities available locally - sailing, water sports, leisure parks, coastal walks, golf courses, and sandy beaches of Treaddur, Rhoscolyn and Rhosneigr.
- South Stack Nature Reserve nearby is great for birdwatching or walking.
- Coastal Path Highlights include, Holyhead Mountain, South Stack lighthouse and sea cliffs, arches at Bwa Gwyn, Rhoscolyn, Carmel Point, Porth Wen, Llanddwyn Island, Menai Suspension Bridge, Britannia Bridge, Church in the sea at Aberffraw, Menai Bridge churches, Cemlyn nature reserve, Penmon Point and Priory. On the way you can expect to see, porpoises, seals, birds of prey and springtime wild flowers.
- Pull on that wetsuit and try your hand at Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddle-boarding, coasteering, sailing, surfing, take to the waves for some long boarding or kite surfing action.
Beaches and Anglesey Coastal Path
- Lovely beaches abound along Anglesey's western coast. Rhosneigr 10min drive - a great surfing destination and sandy beaches. Cable Bay (Porth Trecastell) is particularly good for surfing with massive southerly swells, especially in winter. There is also a long sandy beach at Treath Llydan (Wide Bay). Trearddur Bay 1.5 miles away boasting a Blue Flag beach and close to the village another lovely beach, Porth Diana, offers boat and fishing trips along the rugged coastline.
- Join the Coastal Path at the end of the garden and walk towards Rhoscolyn and enjoy dramatic views of the stark vertical cliffs before dipping down to Rhoscolyn beach - a hidden gem, soft sand and an abundance of rock pools in which children will love to potter!
Malltraeth Cycle Path and Newborough Warren Nature Reserve
- Walk or cycle this well-signposted path across Malltraeth Estuary to Newborough Warren Nature Reserve. This forest is a bird watchers paradise with 'hides' in the woods often by small lakes - ideal for quiet observation. Look out for the red squirrels! Anglesey has almost completely eradicated the greys so that the reds thrive.Newborough Beach and Llanddwyn Island
- The miles of pristine sands from Llanddwyn Island to the southern tip of Anglesey forms one of the finest beaches in Britain - dramatic mountain views, clean clear water, woods and mythology. Enjoy the little lighthouse on the Island and admire the beautifully carved gate at the entrance. Note the Island is only accessible at low tide.
Culture and culinary delights by the sea.
- There has been a sudden blossoming of excellent eateries throughout the Island, the best of which are nearby. Catch 22 in Valley is within a mile. 'Langdons' restaurant & bar Newry beach Holyhead, Sea Shanty, a New England style clapboard Cafe on the beach in Trearddur Bay or the Black Seal restaurant and Gin Bar, both right on the beach front. For Sunday lunch try the Marram Grass at Newborough or for a really special night out dining at the Freckled Angel in Menai Bridge, a new restaurant, serving excellent British tapas with extraordinary flair.
- In Rhosneigr there are plenty of good places to eat, Sandy's Bistro and Mojo's Creperie and above Rhoscolyn, The White Eagle - eat out on the wide balcony overlooking the sea in the summer or by the huge fire during in winter months.
- Oriel Ynys Mon Gallery in Llangefni has exhibitions all year round, it also has a superb cafe.
South Stack and Holy Island RSPB's Ellin's Tower
- Observatory to view the large colonies of seabirds that the cliffs support. Spectacular views can be enjoyed of the Lleyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island. The Wicklow Mountains of Ireland can also be seen on a clear day. Visit South Stack lighthouse built in 1809 - not for the faint-hearted as there are 400 stone steps and a metal bridge to be negotiated.
- Possibly the most beautiful town in North Wales. With its romantic castle surrounded by a moat. Full of lovely independent shops and stylish restaurants including The Olde Bulle's Head with its excellent brasserie and loft restaurant. Do visit the Janet Bell Gallery, owned by a renowned local artist, full of lovely bric a brac and jewellery. Walk along the Victorian Pier to really enjoy the stunning views of the Menai Strait.
5 bedrooms sleeping 9 (all with T.Vs) 1 en-suite king bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, shower room with wash basin, wc. all on ground floor 2 x en-suite double bedrooms ,1 single( accessed though double bedroom). all on 1st floor Sitting Room on 1st floor with doors to balcony, fantastic views. Open Plan Kitchen Fully fitted with modern integrated appliances, wine fridge, dishwasher, induction hob, 2 ovens, breakfast bar, access to patio. Dining area with large dining table to seat 10, doors to garden Lounge with gas fire, leather sofas, Smart TV. Utility Room with washing machine and tumble dryer , larder fridge/freezer. Grounds, patio with hot tub, views of the inland sea, lawned area, garden furniture, barbecue. Bring your own boat and canoes. NB: Care with children required - hot tub and access to waterway. Additional Information Short breaks not available WiFi - Yes Changeover - Saturday Towels - Yes Parking - Ample Parking Fuel - Oil central heating Fully inclusive, hot tub extra £100 Dogs - 2 dogs, 1st dog free of charge, 2nd @ £25 Travel cot - Yes on request Highchair - Yes on request
Property address: Gorwelion, Hafan Hedd, Four Mile Bridge, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 2PJ