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  • Quay Cottage

  • Red Wharf Bay
  • Ref: 1604
  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 0
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Quay Cottage

  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 0
  • Ref: 1604
Property Highlights:

The miles of golden sand with pools for children to play in when the tide is out coupled with sheltered, gently shelving water when the tide is in makes this a perfect location for water sports enthusiasts and families alike. Conveniently located close to a café and historic pub making eating out a breeze. Also, the local shops and facilities are only a short five-minute drive away.

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Property Description

A quirky, coastal, terraced cottage in the middle of a little hamlet of houses on the seafront in the centre of Red Wharf Bay. The upside-down arrangement of this house, focussed around the panoramic living room window, allows uninterrupted sea and beach views.

  • A newly renovated coastal cottage in one of the best locations on Anglesey right on the water's edge at Red Wharf Bay just 50 metres from a lovely sandy beach.
  • Parking for 2 cars off road in the central hamlet location
  • The spacious and stylish lounge/diner on the first floor gives uninterrupted views across the bay to the headland beyond.
  • A panoramic window stretches across the width of the room giving stunning and ever-changing vistas of the bay, tide, boats, birds and people
  • Stylish interiors reflect the coastal location with a mix of antique and modern furnishings.
  • A sociable house for family and friends throughout the seasons.
  • A terraced garden at the rear of the cottage provides space for drying washing and wetsuits or for having a barbeque�
  • A great variety of seabirds can be observed from the comfort of the living room window. Watch amazing evening skies with a glass of wine after a day exploring this unique area.�
  • A multitude of footpaths, cycle routes and wonderful walks weave their way throughout the area.�Benllech Beach, walk from Red Wharf Bay, tide permitting.�
Interior

3 bedrooms sleeping 6,  1 ensuite and 1 shower room all on the ground floor.

On first floor:

Kitchen bright, new, sleek and well-equipped with breakfast bar seating 3, electric fan oven, microwave, induction hob, slow cooker, fridge, freezer dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer

Lounge is open plan with the dining area seating 6,  gas wood burner in an inglenook fireplace, 2 sofas, armchair and spectacular sea views

Wc is situated on the landing

Ground floor:

The Master bedroom with king size bed has views to the front of the property and an ensuite shower room

2nd bedroom is a double with patio door into the backyard

3rd bedroom is a bunk bedroom with adult sized bunk beds and views to the front of the property

Shower room with shower, basin and toilet and skylight


Additional Information

Parking yes, 2 spaces at the front of the cottage

Fuel inclusive from May to September, £30 per week from October to April
Short breaks 

Dogs no dogs, sorry.

Changeover day Friday

WiFi yes
High chair by request   
Cot yes


N.B. Children are to be supervised at all times in the garden area due to steep steps.

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Tavern on The Bay 

  • A ten-minute walk from the cottage, serves fantastic food at one of the best restaurants on Anglesey. Beautifully fitted out in a modern style, with views from your table that are absolutely stunning. An excellent base from which to explore the coastal path and beach with ready access to cliff top walks and strolls along the sand.

Extensive cycling trails 

  • What better way to experience all the natural beauty that Anglesey has to offer than by bike. After all, cycling gives you the chance to enjoy a change of pace, feel the wind in your hair and really enjoy the unspoilt scenery and rolling landscapes that Anglesey is so rich in.

Beaumaris Castle

  • On the Island of Anglesey is the great unfinished masterpiece. It was built as one of the 'iron ring' of North Wales castles by the English monarch Edward I, to stamp his authority on the Welsh. But it was never finished money and supplies ran out before the fortifications reached their full hight. The castle was built on a marsh and that is where it found its name; the Norman-French builders called it beaux marais which translates as "beautiful marshes”.

Food and drink 

  • There are countless restaurants, farmers markets and cafés around Anglesey. Beaumaris is a magnet for writers and artists, foodies and photographers. Take a boat from Beaumaris harbour and visit Puffin Island or experience a thrilling ride on a rib boat down the Menai Strait. 

Holy Island 

  • One of the most exciting and spectacular locations on Anglesey a birdwatchers paradise with an RSPB visitors centre beyond which is the South Stack Lighthouse 400 steps down - not for the faint-hearted but views from the lighthouse itself are breathtaking.

Llynnon Wind Mill, Llandeusant

  • The only fully operational windmill on the island where visitors can see the flour being ground followed by bread being made in the traditional way at the bakery. Enjoy a light snack at the tearooms.

Iron Age Roundhouses, Llandeusant

  • Follow the footpath from Llynnon Mill to the re-constructed Iron Age round houses, one of which is furnished and decorated to reflect life in pre-historic times. 

Menai Bridge 

  • Set along the beautiful Menai Strait, Menai Bridge town has excellent shops - visit Benjamin Lee Chocolatier & Patissier Shop to buy hand made treats or lunch at Dylan's for locally caught seafood. The location of this restaurant is stunning right above the water and almost below Telford's elegant suspension bridge. Also in the town there is a Waitrose the only one in North Wales

Beaumaris

  • Visit romantic Beaumaris Castle surrounded by a moat - children will love the scary town gaol also open to the public. Lovely independent shops abound here. Do visit the Janet Bell Gallery, a renowned local artist, and buy prints of her depictions of the island to remember your holiday. 

Plas Newydd Country House & Garden (N.T.)

  • Set above the beautiful Menai Strait with spectacular views of Snowdonia this glorious historic house and flourishing grounds are now in the care of the National Trust and open to the public. Family friendly events are hosted throughout the year.
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FROM £624 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £877
FROM ONLY £14.86 PPPN
Number of Adults
1 Adult
1 Adult
Number of Children
0 Children
0 Children (2-17)
Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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