Three Gates, Llangoed

What to Expect

Welsh stone cottage, with slate flagstones, original wood beams, reclaimed furniture and thoughtful, crafted accessories, sizeable open garden shared with the adjoining property, perfect for couples or small families with pets.

Nestling in a corner of Anglesey away from prying eyes, with a short walk through the gates in question down to the quiet beach for you and the dogs, and views out across the Menai Strait to mainland Wales.

Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasting its own shop and post office. Visit nearby Beaumaris, full of Georgian charm and tearooms, then take the boat to Puffin Island and take in even more unspoiled natural beauty.

At A Glance

Beach location
Original stone cottage
Large shared garden
Secluded site
Off-road parking
Alfresco dining

Amenities

1 Double and 1 single bed
Electric oven and hob
Dining table for 4
Smart tv
Books and radio
Larder fridge

About Three Gates

Sleeping two in a cosy attic bedroom with large skylights, with the choice of a double and single bed, ground floor walk-in shower with washbasin and WC.

An eclectic mix of furnishings, some made from reclaimed timber, thoughtful arts and crafts touches throughout, and an original stone fireplace with a log burner in the cosy living room, which is overlooked by a small balcony from upstairs.

There’s off-road parking, to be shared with the adjoining property, as is the large grass garden with outdoor furniture for dining or chilling, plus lovely views including the secluded beach, which is a 20-minute walk downhill.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Llangoed

Llangoed is at the heart of an unspoilt part of Anglesey, occupying a peninsula of the island overlooking the Menai Strait. There are miles of clifftop walks to enjoy with the dogs and the occasional secluded beach like the one near Three Gates. Llangoed village itself lies on the Afon Lleiniog river, which flows into the Strait. Here you’ll find some exquisite riverside views and the chance to unwind.

Llangoed means the church in the wood, the church in question is St Cawrdaf, which dates back to the 17th century. While exploring the village, stop off at the pub, visit the post office and real-life grocery shop. A short drive south takes you to Beaumaris, the historic local town which gives its name to this part of Anglesey. Visit the 8th-century castle with its dominating view of the Strait and look around the Victorian Gaol and Punishment Centre. Beaumaris is very visitor friendly, so you can enjoy the local eateries and produce; it is also the departure point for Puffin Island Boat Trips, something not to be missed.

To the southeast of Beaumaris is the impressive Menai Bridge, which takes you over to the mainland and the delights of Snowdonia National Park. Straight away, you’ll see the imposing peak of Carnedd Llewelyn, with the great Mount Snowdon itself in the distance. The National Park is perfect for those wanting to take in its views or get involved in the many sporting activities on offer.

Last Word

Three Gates combines the traditional with the modern to great effect. The owners have pared back the property’s original features, such as slate and timber, and included some original features of their own. The mixture is refreshing and enjoyable, as well as offering the solidity of the original building. Cosy nights in by the log burner in its original fireplace can change to al fresco evenings in the longer evenings, thanks to the spacious shared garden, complete with a sea view.

The site also begs to be explored, either by a couple or small family, plus one or two well-behaved pets. Start with the 20-minute walk to the secluded beach, or head off towards the beautiful village of Llangoed, complete with its Georgian streets, historic church, working post office and cosy pub.

Enjoy Beaumaris, a short drive away and full of all the amenities for the modern visitor. Spend the day there enjoying the world-famous Welsh cuisine while overlooking Menai Strait, visit the Castle or head off out for a tour of Puffin Island. Snowdonia National Park lies just over the Strait for the adventurous, with all its opportunities for walking, hiking, climbing, white water rafting, and any number of other activities. Three Gates offers the choice of a romantic break or perfect holiday for a small family.
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