Church Bay 1.3 miles. Hidden deep within the traditional Welsh village of Rhydwyn, you will find this quirky cottage, Bryn Môr and its Boat House recently restored for your enjoyment. Situated over the ground-floor, this charismatic dwelling boasting charm through its delightful nautical theme and sea views makes an idyllic base for couples or families of four travelling to the Isle of Anglesey. Step inside the handy utility room where you can dry off your canine companions and take off your coats and shoes and warm your toes on the inviting underfloor heating, following a refreshing morning stroll through the countryside, or along one of the local beaches. Make your way into the open-plan living space and keep warm from the heat of the striking woodburning stove, as you curl up on one of the armchairs or snuggle close to your loved one on the stylish wicker sofa watching the ferries in the distance as they depart Holyhead Harbour. Take a seat on the pretty wooden window seat benches as you gather at the rustic dining table with stunning sea and open countryside views and map out your plans for the days to come, as the chef of the group shows off their culinary skills in the open plan kitchen whipping up a mouth-watering meal for the whole group to enjoy with the help of the appliances that lie within. Sit around in this relaxing area chatting about the day whilst music from the Bluetooth stereo plays in the background, put a film on the Smart TV or curl up and enjoy one of the many books on offer in the extensive collection. Inside, the homely double bedroom is styled with calming neutral hues and an attractive handmade white wood headboard, creating a truly relaxing ambience for guests to lay their head at the end of an action-packed day. Across the way lies a fabulous twin bedroom decorated with pretty bunting and nautical furnishings including two unique lighthouse lamps, this room can be transformed into a spacious super-king-size upon request. This bedroom also boasts two large patio doors leading out into a private sitting area within the garden, so that you can watch the morning sunrise, perfect with a morning coffee or enjoy a cuppa mid-day in this afternoon sun trap. Kick start your day with a revitalizing cleanse under the rainfall shower or draw a bath from the waterfall cascade bath tap and indulge in a soak in the eco bathtub with the lights dimmed for a truly relaxing experience. Hidden shaver socket and demister lights in the large bathroom mirror, above the oversized basin, provide extra convenience and underfloor heating adds extra luxury before grabbing your towel from the gold heated towel rail and getting ready for yet another fun-filled day. Continue the evening out in the stylish games room in the Boat House, where you can enjoy some healthy competition with a friendly game of pool or go head to head on the Nintendo games console playing all of your favourite retro games, watch your favourite television channel on the Smart TV in front of the log fire with a chilled drink from the fridge and top up the ice in your gin from the table top freezer or stargaze on a clear night through the telescope. Why not sit outside and dine alfresco on a lovely night in the large south facing garden surrounded by open fields, with a lawned area, three separate patio/decked areas and views of the harbour and Holyhead mountain whilst sitting around the fire pit and from here watch the absolutely stunning sun set views. Grab your coat and boots from the hallway and make your way for the Wales Coast Path to enjoy an exhilarating hike along the island boasting breath-taking seascapes. Stop off at the nearby Blue Flag Church Bay Beach, part of the island's Marine Conservation society, perfect for a dip in the summer or letting your dogs splash around in the shallows before heading to the Wavecrest Cafe or Famous Lobster Pot Restaurant on the beach. Walk to Carmel Head for views of The Skerries before moving on to the historical Porth Wen Brick Works and the beautiful Porth Wen Beach. Take a trip to Holyhead and explore the port or why not climb the mountain and see if you can spot the property. Hop in the car for a scenic journey to Holy Island where you can explore Elin Tower and the famous South Stack Lighthouse or its twin Noth Stack with stunning views across Anglesey. The North West part of the Island is home to Cemlyn Bay and Lagoon Nature Reserve, perfect for a day spent by the sea surrounded by beautiful waters teaming with aquatic life. Head Over on the mainland, discover the outstanding Snowdonia National Park where you can challenge yourself with a walk up the famous Mount Snowdon, or pick up a new skill at the Surf Snowdonia Adventure centre, also ‘Zip World’ that boasts Europe’s longest zip wire and also offers ‘bounce below’, underground trampolines in old slate mine’s are fun for all the family located a stunning drive from the house through slate mountains and pine trees! Make Bryn Môr the setting of your next North Wales adventure with family and friends.
All ground-floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x Kingsize, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super-king-size). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility room. External games room with woodburning stove
Amenities for Rental
Electric and partial underfloor heating with woodburning stoves
Electric cooker and hob, dishwasher, fridge, table-top freezer, microwave, washer/dryer
Smart TV and WiFi, a selection of books, games and DVDs, pool table, Nintendo games console, Bluetooth stereo system
Fuel, power and starter pack for fire's inc. in rent
Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
Travel cot and highchair available upon request
Off-road parking for 3 cars
Enclosed large south facing garden with outdoor furniture surrounded by open fields
Two well-behaved pets welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop 1 miles; pub 0.8 miles with stunning sea views, beach 1.4
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