Nestled on the edge of a secluded wood on the outskirts of Llaneilian, a scattered rural village on the delightful North East coast of Anglesey and part of a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, this brand new luxury first floor apartment boats amazing sea views across the adjoining countryside and to the spectacular mountain range of Snowdonia beyond.
This recently converted tastefully styled barn apartment is conveniently located for couples looking to explore the local area, whilst offering a peaceful getaway from busy daily life.
This idyllic setting is a perfect holiday retreat for animal lovers and walkers alike.
The patio windows in both the living area and bedroom, frame the woodland that provides sanctuary to the abundance of resident wildlife, including red squirrels, rabbits and pheasant not to mention a wide variety of garden and woodland birds.
Sit and observe their daily activities from a little closer (if you're quiet enough and weather permits!) outside on the large balcony accessed from either of the patio doors. On a clear morning, if you're an early riser, you can also watch the dawn of the day from behind the Great Orme at Llandudno whilst out there.
The impressively sized property consists of : a cloakroom (a must for those muddy boots)/an open plan living room with a corner sofa (large and comfortable enough for two to sprawl out on when watching the 42 inch flat screen tv) and well fitted kitchen including washing machine, dishwasher, induction hob, oven, microwave and plenty of cupboard space/one bedroom furnished with a generous superking size bed, fitted wardrobes, dressing table and wall mounted flat screen tv/ one bathroom (accessed from the bedroom) providing toilet, wash basin and a spacious shower enclosure with electric shower.
The apartment is attached to the rear of Tyddyn Mawr, (the owners holiday home, which is not rented out and usually only occupied at weekends by the owners themselves.) and in the owners absence guests are welcome to use the garden of the main house and also access the games room to play air hockey or table tennis.
Anglesey has numerous award winning beaches and attractions, all of which are only a short drive away. The coastal path stretches 125 miles around the Isle giving opportunity to walk along cliff top paths and explore deserted coves, Porth Y Gwichiaid (Periwinkle bay) is a small shale cove only a couple of miles from Tydyyn Mawr . There are many places close by to enjoy cycling, boating and fishing (fishing trips go from Amwlch port just over 3 miles away) and with ample room on the drive for a boat and up to 3 cars, Tydyyn Mawr is an ideal place to stay when planning on participating in one or all!