Brig y Don is tucked away at the quiet end of the High Street in glorious Rhosneigr. This upside-down holiday Hideaway is just a stone's throw from the beach in one direction and the village's selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants in the other.
Inside, you'll find four well-appointed downstairs bedrooms and a family bathroom off the main corridor. Stairs lead up to an incredible main living area. The house has been designed to ensure that views of the beach and the sea play centre stage, and the glass doors in each gable mean that you can always enjoy that amazing view.
There is a well-equipped kitchen to one end of the living space with a huge island for everyone to gather around. A dining area with a wood-burning stove sits to one side, and beyond is the seating area. Relax here and admire the ever-changing seascape or perhaps indulge in some people watching when the village is buzzing with summer tourists.
To the rear of the house is a large roof terrace - a sheltered sun trap with an outside dining table and comfy sofas.
Brig Y Don is centrally located in Rhosneigr, so there's no need to hop into the car for meals out. Park up in the private driveway and head out on foot. Walk to The Surf Cafe, Chaplin's Ice Cream and Coffee Bar or Mojo's for breakfast or lunch; Sandy Mount House is a great dinner venue. A little further afield, The White Eagle at Rhoscolyn and The Oyster Catcher are also great places to eat out. Sandy Traeth Crigyll (Town Beach) is just in front of you, and Traeth Llydan (Broad Beach) is just a short walk away, both popular with families and watersports enthusiasts.
The Anglesey coastal path stretches out along the coast in both directions, offering hours of beautiful walking. And the whole of the island of Anglesey is within easy reach with gardens, castles, historic sites, coastal towns and quiet rural villages to explore
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