Bwncath, which means Buzzard in Welsh, is a beautiful dog-friendly barn conversion in stunning countryside near the wild coast of North West Anglesey. Wonderful rural views and close proximity to the Anglesey coastal path make this beautiful holiday house an explorer's paradise.
Downstairs, the main feature is a huge glass gable that floods the spacious, sociable kitchen/dining/living area with light. Sink into the welcoming sofas and take in the dramatic views of the countryside and sea. On cooler or wetter days, light the wood-burning stove and settle down to watch the elements in complete comfort. This is a Hideaway where you could easily work through a pile of reading books during your stay.
Step through the sliding doors into the patio which is equipped with comfy outside sofas and is surrounded by lawn.
The modern, fitted kitchen is well equipped for cooks to create hearty meals after a day out exploring. The dining table comfortably seats six - there may be a race for the chairs with a view!
On the same floor are an ensuite double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a separate family bathroom.
Climb the carpeted stairs up to a further airy ensuite bedroom with a super-king bed. There's also a gorgeous mezzanine area above the main living area, again with wonderful views.
Bwncath is close to the Anglesey coastal path which offers the possibility of miles and miles of beautiful coastal walks. The nearest beach is Traeth y Fydlyn, a shingle beach with wonderful views. Bird watchers will love visiting Cemlyn which is a real wildlife haven and home to a spectacular seabird colony. Church Bay is just a 10-minute drive away, home to the Lobster Pot and the Wavecrest Cafe and perfect at low tide for sandcastles and beach cricket.
Bwncath can also be booked along with Hebog, which is a one-bedroomed cottage and together sleep, 8 guests. They can be jointly booked under our Bwncath and Hebog listing.
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