Located in the beautiful Northern Coastal town of Cemaes Bay, lies Penrhyn Cottage. This beautifully appointed Anglesey holiday cottage provides its guests with an ideal base to discover Cemaes Bay.
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Located in the beautiful Northern Coastal town of Cemaes Bay, lies Penrhyn Cottage. This beautifully appointed Anglesey holiday cottage provides its guests with an ideal base to discover Cemaes Bay. The surrounding coastal towns of Bull Bay, Moelfre & Benllech are also just a short drive from its front door.
Penrhyn Cottage can sleep 4, the beach is a 2-minute walk from the cottage, whilst the Wales Coastal path is just around the corner of the property. There is a romantic feel to the holiday home with local artists and stone masonries very prominent throughout.
One well behaved dog is welcome, there is a small outdoor space behind the back of the property, which would be ideal for enjoying the last of the sun on a summer’s day. The owners have also included a barbecue & chiminea., garden furniture is also supplied. Please note although the garden is enclosed, the gate is standard sizw
A well-equipped kitchen/Diner with microwave, gas hob, electric oven, toaster, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine, fridge/freezer washing machine, (the tumble dryer is nearby in the kingsize ground floor double room) pots & pans etc. There is also a small TV in the kitchen diner. Freezer in downstairs bathroom
Bedroom 1 (downstairs)
This kingsize double has a nice ensuite fitted bathroom, where the tumble dryer is also located. Local artwork is prominent in the ground floor double room from local artists. .……. there is also space for a travel cot.
The downstairs double also has a free standing wardrobe & vanity table.
Bedroom 2 (upstairs)
When you get to the top of the staircase you are greeted with a beautiful vista of the Irish Sea. Bedroom 2 is to your right, a twin room that has a shower and toilet right outside the door to the room.
Lounge has a 2 seater leather sofa and 2 leather chairs. 32 in JVC TV. A selection of books are available. Enjoy the view out towards the Irish Sea
The upstairs lounge enjoys a large LED HD TV with Freeview, with nice comfy sofas, perfect for enjoying an aperitif or a great movie after dinner!
- Eco friendly Central heating
- 2 dogs allowed (£10 per dog per booking)
- Towels & linen provided
- Internet available
- Private parking for 2 vehicles right outside the front door.
- No Smoking
- No real candles
Distance to the beach
2 minute walk down to Cemaes Bay.
Penrhyn Cottage has a £100 security deposit. On behalf of the homeowner we reserve the right to charge guests the cost of rectifying damage, caused by the accidental, deliberate, negligent or reckless act of the guest to the property or structure. This will be done by Pre-authorising a credit card. A Pre-authorisation is a temporary hold of a specific amount of the available balance on a credit card. The Pre-authorisation is not a charge and no funds will be debited from your account.
Things to do/places to visit nearby
Cemaes Bay Harbour and beach – Cemaes is a gorgeous, unspoilt coastal village on the North coast of Anglesey, the most northerly village in Wales with a lovely little harbour and a wide sandy beach.
Llyn Alaw – Enjoy a stroll along this large Anglesey reservoir. It covers 770 acres and has a number of walking trails along the water. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a destination for over-wintering birds. There are also wildflowers, butterflies and bird hides where you can look out for the variety of birds that visit the lake.
Melin Llynnon Mill – Melin Llynnon, or Llynnon Mill, is a gristmill located on the outskirts of the village of Llanddeusant on the island of Anglesey. It is the only surviving working windmill in Wales. Lovely homemade food in the cafe.
Amlwch is situated on the north eastern corner of Anglesey. A small town with a long history of working traditions, it offers visitors a wide range of activities.
This splendid circular cycle route takes you on a tour of the wonderful Isle of Anglesey in Wales. The route follows National Cycle Network route 566 on a series of quiet country lanes.
Anglesey (Môn) is the largest of the Welsh islands, situated in the north west corner of Wales. This internationally recognised Geopark covers some 720 square kilometres and has 201 kilometres of coastline.
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“I’m afraid we only have 2 legs but Ian and I have loved staying in your cottage this week. You are a very lucky dog to be able to go on long walks in this beautiful area. Please thank Janet for the Prosecco and biscuits – so thoughtful!”
Neno and Spencer (2 little pugs)
Thanks for having us. We have had a lovely week, and so have our humans, who love your cottage, and hope to come again x
We recently spent a weekend at Penrhyn Cottage
We felt most welcome and comfortable at the cottage, and that the owner had considered all our needs. We sat outside in the evening and really enjoyed the enclosed area to eat and the soft lights in the garden. The location was perfect for walks with the dog, and it was an easy walk to dog friendly pubs
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