Beaumaris, North Wales
Observe the Welsh mountains and sea from the front garden, and indulge in a blissfully relaxing stay in this unique seaside town.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Located in the beautifully quaint seaside town of Beaumaris in Anglesey, Wales, Tros Yr Afon offers up stunning coastal views of the Menai Strait. This property has everything needed for a relaxing retreat, with the sitting room boasting an open fire, making for a unique evening experience in the winter months. Mountains poke through delicately behind sea views, and guests will rejoice in a morning cup of coffee in the front garden during the warmer seasons. French doors adorn the downstairs, revealing views of the astonishing exterior, and a quaint Secret Garden round the back of the house is perfect for a mid-afternoon daydream.
Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this property is luxuriously sized with a super king-sized bedroom, a king-sized bedroom, and a twin room. Here, there is truly space for all the family, and with the super king located on the ground floor and the remainder upstairs, Tros Yr Afon is accessible. Each room is furnished with large, Georgian windows which welcome the sunlight, adding to the light and airy feeling this property exudes. The kitchen is furnished with everything needed to make a tasty meal, featuring a dishwasher, electric double oven, grill and hob, microwave, toaster and kettle. Teabags, sugar, and Columbian Ground Coffee are complimentary, with accompanying cafetières. This property also benefits from a utility room, featuring a washing machine, freezer, and with the outside featuring a Belfast sink apt for washing away sand from the beach. By next spring, a barbeque area will feature for the guests, perfect for a communal meal in the summer months.
Located in the stunning area of Beaumaris, Tros Yr Afon is a Welsh gem. Perhaps the most famous site in the area, Beaumaris Castle on the island of Anglesey is imperative. The last of the Royal strongholds ordered by Edward I in Wales, it is regarded as the “greatest castle never built” after the project was abandoned in the 1320s due to a lack of resources. Its unique shape makes for interesting viewing, with the accompanying historical sites of the Beaumaris Gaol, Courthouse, and Castle Gardens also making for a great day out. Similarly, the Oriel Beaumaris is the working studio and exhibition space of award-winning Welsh artist Ian Walton, located a stone’s throw from the Beaumaris seafront and pier. And if you’re seeking some marine action, why not take a tour with Anglesey Boat Trips? Ensuring views of puffins, dolphins, and seals, the tours pass the iconic Telford Menai Suspension Bridge and the Stevensons Britannia Bridge.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport - 2hrs 10mins
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