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£1153-5057 per week, sleeps 11

Hen Gilfach

Llanfairyngnhornwy, LL65 4LY     Tel: 01244 352022

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In spring and summer, the quiet lanes in this beautiful corner of north west Anglesey are a mass of wild flowers, and as you turn the corner of the drive to Hen Gilfach you'll see the ocean in front of you. This is your first glimpse of the view from this fantastic holiday house!

"A great spot for meeting up with friends or family - a really nice spacious house with hot tub and the views are so good we doubt you will want to go far!"
Hen Gilfach, a barn conversion with a careful mix of old and new, is such an interesting cottage to stay in. Pretty windows, rough-coated walls, wonderfully comfy beds, contemporary furniture - and look for the collection of keys! You could want for nothing more, except good friends or family to share it with.
The views are breathtaking, and we doubt you will want to go far from the cottage! There's a Blue Flag beach just around the corner at Church Bay, as well as two good places to eat. The Anglesey Coastal Path is nearby, and many of Anglesey's best attractions are within easy reach.
If you like to holiday with friends and family and still enjoy the privacy of your own cottage you may like to look at nearby Hen Gilfach Stable.


Five bedrooms: 1 x king, 2 x double, 1 x double with single, 1 x twin. 1 x ground floor shower room with a large corner shower, loo and wash hand basin. 1 x bathroom with cast iron roll-top bath, loo and wash hand basin. Sitting room with TV with Sky (basic package) and dining area. Kitchen. First floor sitting room with TV with Sky.


1 TVs with basic Sky package. Wifi. Gas hob and electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Pretty garden with decked area and children's play area. Built in brick BBQ.10 person hot tub and swim spa inclusive in price. Amenities within a 10 minute drive.

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