Benllech Holiday Cottage
Fancy staying in a sensitively restored five star graded Benllech holiday cottage near the Anglesey east coast? It may be worth a closer look.
Rhosboeth holiday cottage is one half of a renovated coach house, and would be ideal for elderly or disabled visitors or for a small family.
As the owners live in the other nearby cottage, your island holiday at Rhosboeth would benefit from friendly and personal attention.
And you would soon experience this with a warm welcome in the form of fresh flowers and a homemade cake, while your first shopping can be organised on request.
This 2 storey holiday cottage has central heating and double glazing, with a fitted kitchen including a microwave and other modern appliances. A tumble dryer (shared use) and washing line is also available.
In the spacious lounge which has a high, open ceiling with beams exposed, there are fitted carpets and a TV with video/DVD entertainment. The dining room benefits from large windows which give a pleasant view of the garden.
Outside there is a patio where you can enjoy a barbeque as well as a big garden which has a play area for the kids.
On the ground floor there is a double bedroom (which can include a cot) and a shower room, while on the first floor there is a bedroom with two single beds.
The owner of this Anglesey coastal cottage, Mrs Ruth Jones, has another holiday cottage, Bwthyn Yr Hafod, situated a little further along the A5025.
How to get there:
Leave the A55 at Junction 8 following signs for Amlwch. Continue along the A5025 through Pentraeth and then you enter Benllech.
Go through the village, passing the bowling green on your right, and 300 yards after you leave the 30 mph speed zone Rhosboeth holiday cottage is on your right. LL74 8RU.
Where to visit:
Staying at this coastal cottage you are within striking distance of some fine Anglesey beaches such as Traeth Bychan and Red Wharf Bay.
If you want to be a little more adventurous, you could drive over to enjoy Llanddona beach, the site of a myth about witches and where some silver coins were discovered.
To visit Llangefni and the Oriel Arts Centre just go back into Benllech, taking the right turning (B5108) and follow signs for Llangefni.
There is the Seawatch Centre in Moelfre, an exhibition which covers the maritime history of this Anglesey village on the east coast, and you can get there by continuing north along the A5025 from your holiday cottage.
For those who enjoy walking and beautiful sea views, the 125-mile Anglesey coastal path is nearby and you can join it at a number of points around the island coastline.
For castle lovers you can make a day of it at Beaumaris Castle, a World Heritage Site.
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