Menai Bridge, Anglesey
A historic holiday home on the coast of Anglesey, Wales, overlooking the Menai Strait with its own private bar and tidal beach.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Wonderfully perched above the Anglesey coast and overlooking the Menai Strait is the Anglesey Beach House. This spacious holiday home has arresting views over far off Snowdonia and offers the perfect base from which to explore the region. And besides its location, it benefits from six bedrooms, a nursery, a converted cave bar, and two separate entrances to its own private beach. With amenities like these, you and your fellow guests won't want to leave!
The house is spread out over four floors, so you will not be short on space. Upon entering, guests will be struck by the stunning hall and original stairway. The gorgeous lounge has plenty of comfy seating, a large wall-mounted TV and an ornate fireplace. However, the most striking feature is the large, angled bay window which offers complete views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia. With a view like this, a TV is almost obsolete! Step out through the patio doors and onto the terrace where you will find an outdoor dining table, perfect for al fresco evenings. This is a fabulous spot for some socialising with your loved ones, or simply sitting with your morning coffee breathing in that fresh sea air.
The kitchen is fully equipped and has an island unit to make meal-prep a delight. Your meals can be enjoyed in the breakfast room or, for more formal occasions, the ornate dining room that is adorned with some wonderful, original oil paintings.
When it comes to bed time, there are six bedrooms in all, each beautifully decorated and spacious, with all having their own ensuite bathroom for added privacy. Five of the rooms are doubles, while a sixth room contains three singles - perfect for the kids. There is also a separate nursery with a cot and cot bed and an additional WC.
For the ultimate night in, head down to the converted cave bar and enjoy a drink in style. Or perhaps you fancy heading down to the shore? The terraced gardens lead down to your own section of private beach. What more could you want?
There is lots to see and do in the local area. If you fancy a tipple, you're in luck. The nearest pub, The Gazelle, is 200m away and offers home cooked food and draught beers. Other food choices on the island include The Oyster Catcher and tapas at The Midland. There are also several gorgeous beaches worth visiting. The best way to see them is by taking on a section of the 125-mile-long Anglesey coastal path. Anglesey is home to numerous other places of interest too, including Plas Newydd, Beamauris Castle, South Stack lighthouse, Parys Mountain and Caernarfon Castle.
Short stays begin from £2495 for low-peak weekends. Peak periods are 7 night stays for £8995.
Price list 2023 – 2024
January / February / March - £2,495 for 3 nights; £3,995 for 7 nights
February ½ term - £4,995 for 7 nights
April / May - £3,495 for 3 nights; £4,995 for 7 nights
Easter hols - £6995 for 7 nights
May ½ term - £8995 for 7 nights
June - £3,995 for 3 nights; £5,495 for 7 nights
July / August - £8,995 for 7 nights
September - £3,495 for 3 nights, £4,995 for 7 nights
October - £2,495 for 3 nights; £3,995 for 7 nights
October ½ term - £5,995
November - £2,495 for 3 nights; £3,995 for 7 nights
December - £3,495 for 3 nights; £4,995 for 7 nights
Christmas - £8,995 for 7 nights
New Year - £6,425 for 5 nights
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