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- Near the Coast
- On the Coast
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Games Room
- Open Fire or Stove
- Own Parking
- Adventure Breaks
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Rural Location
Ty Deryn Y Mor
Hugging the headland and with mesmerising views is your very own seaside haven. Waves lap, gulls cry, and a coastal path weaves down from the garden through sea thrift to the beach. Magical.
Slip off your shoes when you arrive and prepare for some serious beach time! Sitting on the Borthwen headland with its toes in the water and coastline all around, this is the place to be for beachcombing, swimming, surfing and exploring rock pools. In a sea-evoking shade of blue, this is a gorgeous beach retreat where even the smallest detail has been considered.
Inside has a calm, airy and coastal feel. The kitchen and dining room have large glass doors and, with the sea stretching as far as the eye can see, its the jaw-dropping view which really feeds you here. The sitting room is hugely comfy if the weather turns and theres a double sofa bed for extra friends to stay. Relax by the wood fire with books and games enough to while away the stormiest day watching the weather roll by. Rock away to your best tunes with the Sonos music system throughout.
You won't draw the blinds in the two spacious bedrooms, both with super comfy king sized beds, vaulted ceilings and an individual touch in each for that palatial sleep. This beach house is so flexible the master bedroom also has a double sofa bed and the other bedroom a double sofa bed and a single bed too. There are two further singles tucked away in the eaves in a landing area. The bathroom is cute and sparkling and has a bath with a view! There is a shower room too on the ground floor with another lavatory. A handy outdoor shower for salty toes and the porch serves many functions as a boot store, wetsuit and dog-drying area.
Theres a hidden treat too. A beach hideaway right next to the house can sleep a further four guests with its own facilities and can be booked as an extra space with the house. Tons of space, so the house can then sleep 12 (or more!).
The sea views are even better from the decking and the lawn is safe for children to charge around on; beyond it the cliffs drop down to the sea. A secret path leads from the lawn area down to sandy Borthwen beach very handy for a quick clamour up after a swim for a hot shower.
Barbeque into the sunset from the best spot on the north-west coast! If dining under the stars on the headland gets boring, from the front door the coastal path stretches away in both directions. Church Bay cove is a gentle mile walk should you wish to have a meal at the Lobster Pot restaurant, or a simple lunch at the Wavecrest cafe.
Two miles in the other direction The Black Lion pub serves a good menu and dogs are invited to lap it up there too. The local shop in Llanfaethlu village is a mile away and sells all the wood you need for the fire and papers for that quiet read with the lull of the waves.
It is a great base from which to explore beautiful Anglesey too walk the coastal path, take to Holyhead Mountain or check out ancient Porth Swtan (Church Bay) down the coast. Cemlyn over the Garn is a stunning landscape with rare birds and peace.
Rhosneigr is quirky arty and friendly with more beaches, small shops, galleries and bars such as the Oyster Catcher. Plus kite surfing, paddle boarding and surfing galore. There are larger shops and supermarkets at Holyhead seven miles away to stock up on groceries and indulge. The Sea Shanty in Trearddur Bay creates creamy ice cream. Beaumaris is lively all year and is historic and fascinating.