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Deals in the month of June.Available now.
- Near the Coast
- Pub 'on foot'
- Luxury Accommodation
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Secure Storage
- Short Breaks
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Seren Fore Caravan Hire
Luxury Pemberton Elite 35ft x 12ft static caravan in a unique location in an area of outstanding natural beauty on Mynydd Bodafon Mountain, near Benllech on a private plot.
Sleeps 4 in comfort.
BRING OWN BEDDING FOR HYGIENE REASONS POST COVID
The static mobile home has its own entrance gate and is situated in its own spacious garden to the rear of our property. The views from the caravan are panoramic taking in the countryside of the island of Anglesey and beyond to the Snowdonia mountain range.
We are 5 minutes by car from the A5025 coastal road, and the beaches at Dulas and Lligwy, and 15 minutes from the maritime village of Moelfre, Benllech, Amlwch (Amlwch Port) and the market town of Llangefni.
Our caravan comfortably sleeps four with a twin bedroom and a spacious double bedroom with plenty of storage. It has a separate bathroom with basin, toilet, and large shower. There is a large lounge with an electric fire and Freesat t.v., dining area with table and seating and a fully fitted kitchen with microwave, full-size fridge and gas cooker.
It is centrally heated and double glazed. Outside there is ample parking space and decking with table and seating, plus an additional patio area with table and seating. Guests are welcome to roam our gardens and make use of another decking in the large garden at the front of the property. No smoking or pets. Shops, restaurants, chip shops, and takeaways are plentiful in the surrounding villages and towns.
We are also only 5 minutes away from the Spa at Treysgawen Hall hotel. For walks there are plenty of paths on our doorstep, enabling you to leave the car here. The mountain is popular with birdwatchers. There is a brochure in the caravan with recommended walks locally and further afield on the island. Day trips to Ireland are available from Holyhead ferry port. There are two National Trust properties only half an hour away. Plas Newydd and Penrhyn Castle.
Places to visit to name a few:
Llanddwyn island(TV program 1900 island)
Newborough forest. (red squirrels)
Aberffraw (ancient village with a beautiful beach, the coastal path towards Cwyfan church in the sea accessible on foot at low tide.
Tacla Taid. (vintage vehicle museum)
Melin Llynnon(restored windmill selling flour.cafe)
Din Llugwy(ancient settlement)
Penmon Point(lighthouse and priory)
South Stack Holyhead(lighthouse and sea life)
Beaumaris (castle and old prison.Boat trips to Puffin Island)
Aberlleiniog castle at Llangoed.
Parys mountain(ancient copper mines)
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any inquiries.
Mr & Mrs. Hughes