Description: Just across the road from a superb, sheltered
sandy beach, Pant-y-Llyn House is set off the west coast of Anglesey
on beautiful Holy Island, often known as Mam Cymru - the Mother
of Wales. With sea views from all front windows, this splendid
and very spacious house has been very comfortably furnished and
tastefully decorated and enjoys shared use of a large, lawned,
south-east-facing garden. With its stripped-pine floors in many
rooms, elegant cast-iron fireplaces, and enormous dining-room
table, this is an ideal property for family gatherings.
Just across the road, Trearddur Bay offers safe swimming and
is popular with divers for the clearness of the water, and surfers
for the big rolling waves which sweep in when the wind is westerly.
Just 2 miles away, Holyhead, the largest town in Anglesey, has
a Roman fortress, a church dating back 14 centuries, and for those
wishing to go further afield, the century-old harbour, with its
massive breakwater, offers day-trips to Ireland. Popular with
visitors are the nearby tiny South Stack lighthouse island, with
its cliff-top RSPB bird sanctuary, and Holyhead Mountain, which
affords splendid views of the Isle of Man, Ireland and the Snowdonia
mountains in clear weather. Valley (4 miles) has a charming village
shopping complex. Within easy driving distance are Beaumaris,
with castle and restored Gaol, and the Snowdonia National Park.
Menai Bridge 20 miles. Bangor 24 miles. Fishing, riding and golf
Quarry-tiled entrance hall. Spacious living room with open fire
and rugs on wooden floor. Dining-room with open fire and rugs
on beechwood floor. Large children's playroom with open fire,
TV, video, board games and sitting area. Farmhouse-style kitchen.
Utility room. Bathroom with shower. Snug/study with open fireplace.
Two staircases (one narrow) to first floor: Two double bedrooms,
one with 5 ft bed. Twin-bedded room. Two bunk-bedded rooms. Two
single bedrooms, one with 2 ft 6 in bed. Bathroom. Second bathroom.
Separate half bath.