Open the door of this dog friendly terraced cottage and you will feel at home immediately. From Rosemary Lane, it is a delightful stroll to the seafront with restaurants and shops galore. You will pass chocolate-box cottages and a bakery that you will need to visit daily! You won’t believe how easy it is to relax in this house.
A wonderful bolthole for two, or for a family of four, 20 Rosemary Lane is so central you can drop your bags off and be ready to explore Beaumaris with no effort at all. Soft, relaxing colours greet you as you open the door into a light-filled sitting and dining room. With central heating throughout and the added luxury of a gas effect fire, you will be happy and cosy as can be.
For those who like to bring the outdoors in, then open the French windows and enjoy the ease of outdoor living. So dog friendly thanks to the fully enclosed courtyard. Through to the kitchen, where you will find all that you need to cook up a treat for the evening or prepare a wonderful picnic ready to explore Anglesey.
Slow, easy going breakfasts are a must and a Nespresso coffee maker with complimentary pods ensures the coffee drinkers of the world are happy! Open the kitchen door to the courtyard where you can sit and relax with a glass of wine and absorb the peace and quiet. Plan your next day thanks to all the helpful books the owner has left. A love of Anglesey is at the heart of 20 Rosemary Lane.
Upstairs you will find two light and airy bedrooms with beds dressed in crisp bedding that cry out for sleepy heads. The twin room has comfortable beds and plump pillows – great for children and adults alike. The double bedroom is bathed in soft light and is large and welcoming for all who stay. With plenty of storage space, you can pack away to your heart's delight.
This house just makes everything so easy. The bathroom has a gorgeous slipper bath! Relax amongst the bubbles for as long as you wish as there’s plenty of hot water to top up. For those who prefer to shower, there’s a modern shower to wake you up or wash off the sandy day.
In such a central location you will find it easy to stroll to the beach, shops and restaurants. Explorers of history will love Beaumaris Castle, The Gaol, Beaumaris Pier and the local churches. Don’t forget to pack your binoculars and cameras as the shore will absorb you for hours. There are birds galore, sea and ever-changing mountain views, not to mention incredible sunrises and sunsets!
Venture further afield and enjoy the delights of Penmon Lighthouse, The Hidden Gardens at Plas Cadnant, Plas Newydd and the mountains of Snowdonia are all within easy reach. Beaumaris couldn’t be an easier or more beautiful base if it tried.
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