A stylish retreat for six in the heart of Trearddur Bay offering a glimpse of the sea. Seabell is a fun house for a group of friends or a family reunion with pubs and beaches on the doorstep.
Grab the fishing nets and buckets, pop out of the door and head for the sands. The large sandy beach is a two-minute walk away from Seabell in one direction. Breakfast at the Sea Shanty café is in the other. Or have morning coffee by the balcony and watch the comings and goings in the lively seaside village below you.
Your three-storey townhouse is a great base with fresh and bright interiors. There are a double bedroom and a twin on the ground with smooth white cotton on deep mattresses and great textiles. With a handy bathroom to whisk that sand off in a hurry.
Up a floor, afternoons of board games and reading in the long lounge blur into an early evening bottle of wine. Join in with lively dinner preparations around the chunky dining table with something freshly-caught. The kitchen is ample for any chef to whip up a seafood surprise.
Sleep like a log in the eaves in a peaceful bedroom with a king bed. Soak in a bath in the ensuite after a salty day. Or swing the Velux windows open for the sea breeze, recline with a book and gaze out at the distant view over the bay.
Water sports enthusiasts will adore paddle boarding, sailing and kayaking (hire shop is a mere 2-minute walk away) and of course swimming. For children, the sunken rocky world of sea life on Trearddur Bay with rock pools galore will soak up an entire afternoon. For the faint-hearted, a simple paddle with ice cream is still a must.
Walkers can join the coastal walks off the beach with spectacular paths in either direction – the route to Rhoscolyn is particularly inspiring. South Stack is a skip away for awe-inspiring views and a mountain hike.
Mooch around the art galleries, boutique shops and cosy pubs in Beaumaris. Or head to Zip World in Snowdonia – just 45 minutes drive away