About Your Stay
We provide kitchen roll, toilet roll, liquid soap, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets & washing powder.
We also provide an initial supply of wood, firelighters and matches.
All bedding and towels included (no bedding supplied for cot).
The house has oil fired central heating. There is also a wood burning stove in the lounge.
Washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer, Freeview digital TV/DVD,
stereo and hairdryer.
There is a good selection of books, CDs, DVDs and games in the property
Dogs are permitted by arrangement at an extra charge of £15 per dog per stay.
We do not accept any other pets.
Strictly NO SMOKING in the house
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5 MINUTE WALK AWAY FROM THE BEACH
4 MILES AWAY FROM BIRD RESERVE
1/2 MILE AWAY FROM THE NEAREST PUB
52 WEEKS A YEAR AVAILABILITY
ENDLESS PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES
Cemaes Bay is the most northerly village in Wales in an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are a range of lovely beaches within easy walking distance and many more within a 30 minute drive. Bird watchers can see many varities of sea birds at Cemlyn and a trip to the Skerries is an amazing wildlife experience.
Only yards away you can join the beautiful and unspoilt coastal path which stretches for 125 miles.
Golfing is well catered for with nine courses on the island itself - the nearest being at Bull Bay Golf Club in Amlwch.
If you are a keen sailor or enjoy water sports there are a wide range of maritime pursuits all along the coast, the main centres being Rhosneigr, Traeth Bychan near Red Wharf Bay, Holyhead and Beaumaris. There are many opportunities for fishing - trips can be arranged from the harbour.
Anglesey also has one of the UKs most interesting geological formations & has recently been designated a geo park - so there is something for everyone.
The nearest supermarket is Somerfield (Co-Op) in Amlwch 5 miles away. Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi are in Holyhead approximately 15 miles away. The Waitrose favoured by royalty is in Menai Bridge - just as you come on to the island. There is an excellent butcher on the High Street plus chemist, baker, greengrocer, art gallery and a number of cafes. There is also a village shop offering local crafts, interesting bric a brac & souvenirs with the aim of supporting the community. There is a good local convenience store open long hours which also has a free cashpoint machine in store.
There is a fish & chip shop - currently the nearest takeaways are in Amlwch but a new Indian takeaway is due to open this summer (2011).
There are 3 pubs in Cemaes Bay, the Stag, the Olde Vigour and the Harbour Hotel. The Stag also serves pub food and the Harbour Hotel has a well reviewed Bistro restaurant. There are many other excellent restaurants on the island including The White Eagle at Rhoscolyn, The Boat House at Red Wharf Bay and The Lobster Pot at Church Bay. The cafe at Church Bay serves really good home made food.
Within a 5 mile radius there are many fascinating places to visit including Llanpadrig Vinyard, the jam factory at Cemlyn, the bird reserve at Cemlyn, the Copper Trail at Parys Mountain, the harbour and visitor centre at Amlwch and the beautiful little St Patricks church at Llanpadrig where the views over the bay are stunning - watch out for dolphins which can often be seen on a high tide.