Outside of the village of Benllech, on the Isle of Anglesey Meadow View is one of three newbuild Welsh stone cottages in an enclave with sea views.
In the village of Tyn y Gongl, it is a five-minute walk to Benllech, one of the most popular of Anglesey’s beaches, with soft golden sand and crystal-clear blue waters that make for ideal swimming and paddling. Benllech has put excellent disabled facilities in place for easy access to the beach.
New, contemporary décor and fixtures and fittings throughout, this is a desirable destination for a family and friends or a group of mates who want to share their holiday experience.
At A Glance
Patio & lawn
Ground floor shower
Ground floor shower
About Meadow View
This new build sleeps six in three bedrooms, one with an en suite free standing roll top tub, an additional bathroom upstairs and a shower on ground level.
The downstairs has a large wood-burning stove and the round table for six is in the sitting room. The modern kitchen has a breakfast bar, a double fridge with a water dispenser and a utility room with a washer/dryer and a dishwasher.
Step outside onto a patio with a hot tub to the side overlooking a lawn space, ideal for the dogs and there is parking for two cars.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Benllech
You are not far from Red Wharf Bay, a nature reserve, a haven for waders and waterfowl and you should spot purple sandpipers, curlew, dunlin and shelduck. The Anglesey Coastal Path is just along the way, where you will come across various types of rock and ancient sites. With more than 125 miles of pristine coastline, it should come as no surprise that there are plenty of water sports to enjoy, such as windsurfing, paddle boarding and kayaking. You can experience the stunning land and seascapes without getting too wet with walks along the coastal path, or why not take to the saddle, be it on a bike or horseback?
Once known as the “Breadbasket of Wales” thanks to its fertile soil, the island still makes the most of this attribute, offering homegrown produce, catch of the day fish and freshly caught shellfish, as well as Halen Môn sea salt directly from the crystal-clear Menai Strait. Visit the monthly farmers’ market at Menai Bridge to stock up on locally grown and freshly caught food. It has several popular festivals that include the Menai Seafood Festival and the Anglesey Oyster and Food Festival.
Luckily the Benllech pub is situated a stone’s throw from Meadow View and its sloping beer garden has excellent sea views. Inside, the large open fire roars in colder months, warming your cockles and wet pooch’s paws. It also has a lively sports bar with games such as darts and pool.
You are in a part of Wales renowned for its stretch of unspoilt coastline, fresh seafood, and historical sites. The modern kitchen of Meadow View is a cook’s delight, and an added bonus is that The Crab Shop is within walking distance. Here you can buy fresh fish such as bream and bass, crab, and lobster caught daily.
It is unlikely you will miss the Menai Suspension Bridge that leads you onto the island, the fifth largest in the UK. It is the first modern suspension bridge in the world, built by Thomas Telford and opened in 1826. Once you have arrived on Anglesey, you will be transported into another world where nature and creature comforts combine to give you a stay to remember.
Meadow View is one of three identical cottages that can be booked together if you plan to gather a gang together to take a revitalising break with something for everyone. At the end of an invigorating day out, you have the hot tub, large wood-burning stove and comfy beds with sea views to look forward to. So, pack your bags, pop the pooches in the back and head for a destination that will exceed all your expectations
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