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Bolig i Ty Croes
Melin Y Bont
Stand out from the crowd at Melin y Bont, just a flip flop from the sandy beaches and cafes at Rhosneigr. Perfect for jolly gatherings, this stunning Grade II listed windmill is deeply comfortable for families and couples alike. And with heart-stopping views is fully worthy of its magnificent setting. Dogs are invited! Step into four storeys of light filled tranquillity via steps up to the staging decking that wraps around Melin y Bont. Here you will find a generous, open-plan living space with a hand-made curved kitchen… it’s ‘wow’ from the moment you walk in. The symphony of thick, rustic boards, cast iron radiators, rough painted stone walls and modern hi-tech luxury works well. Amidst soaring beams is a little viewing window and there are French doors which open onto the decking outside. Carry out a breakfast tray with coffee and breathe in the views over farmland and towards the sea which are seriously beautiful! Breakfasts will never be the same again. Or dine at the large table in the open-plan space and then retreat to the comfy pastel coloured armchairs. The galley kitchen is close to hand, well-lit and equipped it has everything you’ll need to refuel rampaging offspring and their parents. A beautifully crafted wooden staircase is ready to wind you upstairs to three beautifully considered bedrooms. First is the double bedroom, a delicious nest amid original features. A swish bathroom sits neatly next to it within the curved walls. The stairs narrow upwards to a twin bedroom dressed with pastel colours so you can sleep peacefully on perfectly ironed white cotton under the chunky beams. A bathroom is around the curved corner. You get white walls to soak up the light and fantastic views of the rolling countryside. Up again and saving the best until last, go into a tangle of timbers to the lookout with its wild views all the way across fields for miles. Here is a perfect lofty retreat with a double bed and massive beams spanning above – this is the place to be. Holing up in bad weather is a sheer pleasure here. For the finer days, the balcony is a treat for morning coffee or a glass of something special. The hard-working windmill machinery from the early days of 1825 lies below in the basement and provides a hub too for the modern working aspects of Melin y Bont. A washing machine sits ready for beach soaked clothes and wet suits can linger to dry. It has direct access to the outside garden so sandy toes can be sorted out before heading upwards. The windmill setting is magical: a vast sky hangs overhead, cows graze in the fields and the sea in the distance beckons. Kids and dogs will love free-ranging in the large fenced garden with the wildflowers. Grown-ups can fire up the barbecue and enjoy a Sundowner. If you’d like to stay at Melin y Bont for less than a week, or to start your holiday on a different day (out of peak holiday season) then do get in touch as we will try to accommodate you. We are often more flexible than the website options are!
Bolig i Aberffraw
Penrhyn Gwyn nestles above the shores of the Aberffraw estuary, commanding views to lose yourself in. This semi-detached house has an open plan living area has all you need. With a modern kitchen, seating and dining area warmed by a log burning stove, this is a cottage you will love spending time in. Soft colours relax you immediately. This holiday cottage is not all about the views but they are an amazing added extra! Upstairs there are two bedrooms – one double and two singles. The single beds can become a super king sized bed if requested. Wonderful for two couples but not too large for one couple on their own. A family bathroom with bath and shower over completes this heavenly cottage. Outside a private garden with a picnic table, and views worthy of a few photographs awaits those wishing to eat at home. When you are ready to leave Penrhyn Gwyn, follow the footpath to the beach – in under five minutes you will be feeling the sand beneath your feet. We love this cottage and all the freedom it gives you. Walk to Aberffraw village – it is an easy walk along the coastal path to the newly renovated dog-friendly Y Goron (The Crown) for incredible food and a drink or two. No driving required once you arrive at Penrhyn Gwyn. Further along is the equally dog-friendly Llys Llewelyn Tea Rooms – the perfect place to grab an ice cream on hot days – or any day! Made locally and more than delicious, you’ll find you need to visit daily. For those who have more than four in their party, why not book Ty Glan Y Mor at the same time. With its spectacular location right on the beach and a private road that joins the two, this couldn’t be easier to arrange….but book ahead as these houses are going to be very popular! Be warned you are about to fall completely in love.
Bolig i Hermon
Tan Yr Allt
Down a tiny country lane, surrounded by fields is an enchanting dog-friendly escape. The setting is superb: on a clear day, sit and gaze from Tan Yr Allt across the Malltraeth estuary and at huge skies. You can catch a glimpse of Newborough beach in the distance. The living area is light, bright and compact - the vast burnt orange sofa and a crackling wood stove make for lazy evenings in. The gleaming kitchen with a round table for four and those views compensate for the snug layout! It is ideal for couples but can take a family that enjoys a cosy abode. Sleep peacefully next door in a cosy bedroom with a super-king bed and there’s a neat twin room at the end. One family bathroom has a bath with a shower over for a brisk refreshing start to the day. The outdoor sofa in summer is ideal to sprawl and play games at. A few minutes walk takes you to the estuary to spot a myriad of sea birds. Though you could happily retreat from the world, there’s wonderful walking from the front door here at Tan Yr Allt. It’s not a skip to a good local pub and shopping but it’s not too far – Aberffraw has the closest for the pub for food at Y Goron about a five-mile drive. The local shop in Bethel is only a mile or so away in the car. Return to a glass of locally brewed Jaspel’s cider and the views. It’s a place for peace lovers.