Cysgod y Llanw is a brand new conversion of the outbuildings which previously served nearby Trefadog Farm. The farmhouse is one of the oldest remaining houses on Anglesey and has stood sentinel at the quiet sandy bay of Porth Trefadog for over 700 years.
Porth Trefadog beach is one of Anglesey's best-kept secrets. It feels untouched by time and receives few visitors. A private pathway from the garden at Cysgod y Llanw takes you directly onto the beach, less than 100 yards away.
Inside this roomy, dog-friendly holiday beach house, you'll find a vast open-plan living/dining/kitchen space. The well-equipped kitchen has everything you'd expect - an integrated dishwasher, Zanussi oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, Nespresso machine with complimentary pods, Hotel chocolat velvetiser, integrated fridge and freezer and a wine cooler. Everything you could possibly need! The dining table seats six, the breakfast bar seats four, and the enormous L-shaped sofa beyond is the perfect place to lounge and watch TV or even better to watch the boats come in and out of Holyhead Port. Take in the views from the full-height corner windows. Step out from the living area onto the paved patio and breath in the sea air.
Down the corridor, you'll find three bedrooms - two king-size rooms, each with doors leading out onto the patio and a further bunk bedroom. The family bathroom had a three-quarter-sized bath, a separate shower, WC and a basin. There's also a separate WC.
Outside, the patio has dining furniture, a gas BBQ and a 4-5 person hot tub. Beyond is a large, enclosed garden which beyond the gates at the bottom, leads out to a private pathway to the sandy beach which can be directly accessed via steps, alternatively, from the front of the cottage, you can access the beach via the road which is on one level. To the front of Cysgod y Llanw, there is plenty of private parking on the gravelled driveway.
Perfectly located for exploring the northwest section of Anglesey's beautiful coastal path, this is a quiet, restorative coastal holiday house where you can relax and unwind; children of all ages and waggy friends will enjoy making the most of the sandy beach nearby.
A little further afield is Church Bay, home to the Lobster Pot, a well-known seafood restaurant, and the Wave Crest Cafe, which serves excellent home-cooked food. The spectacular cliffs at South Stack are a short drive away with its thriving colonies of sea birds and a lighthouse to explore if you're up to climbing down and back up at least 400 steps! The views alone make it worth the while. And the whole island of Anglesey is on your doorstep should you choose to explore.
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