Seabreeze is a perfect Anglesey Coastal Cottage in the unspoilt fishing village of Cemaes Bay. This charming coastal village which nestles at the north tip of Anglesey and protected by a spectacular coastline and well protected harbour. Once a busy port with a small fleet of fishing boats and boat building facilities Cemaes was a hive of activity. This unspoiled seaside village has the charm of days gone by and its rugged coastline reminds you of a typical cornish village and offers something for everyone with its well stocked village, pretty little harbour and two beaches.
To reach Seabreeze you drive through the village and follow the beach road up to the small hamlet of Penrhyn which is perched on the south headland. From the roadside Seabreeze gives the appearance of any other seaside dorma bungalow but once inside it feels fresh and welcoming with the seaside theme carried throughout the whole of the property.
The house offers a separate dining conservatory which has a pine dining table and seats six which is at the front of the property and is the only room without a sea view. Downstairs there is a luxury Kitchen, which has an Oven and Hob, Microwave, Fridge Freezer, Food Mixer, Washing Machine and Dishwasher and is equipped with every piece of cooking equipment you will ever need. Even mundane chores such as washing up are a joy as you can gaze through the kitchen window out onto the stunning coastline.
The lounge is freshly decorated with cool sea blue colours and gives a bright and airy relaxing space for chilling out and in winter months the log burning stove makes it a warm and cosy winter getaway. Two sofas offer comfy seating and the seaside theme is carried right through from the scatter cushions to an array of seaside accessories.
Although the properties offers all the benefits of a bungalow with all main living rooms and separate toilet and shower room on one level, the property also offers upstairs living which creates more luxury sleeping and bathing facilities.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one has a double bed and Television and a spectaular new balcony with table and chairs and dramatic sea views and on a clear day you can see the Isle of Man.
The other bedroom has twin beds (Can be made up into a Sumperking). Both bedrooms have been decorated in the New England theme with white painted bedroom furniture with splashes of rich colour fabrics of pinks and turquoise.
Upstairs there is also a luxury appointed bathroom featuring the beach theme with white and blue accessories.
From the lounge patio window you can gain access to an enclosed garden which offers the same dramatic sea views and from here you can watch the boats sailing in and out of the harbour and other water sports activities. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio area where there is a table and chairs and a Barbecue.
Please note: From March 2016 Seabreeze will only have to two bedrooms upstairs and will only sleep 4.
What you can see from all windows apart from dinning room: Stunning harbour, bay and ocean view.
Dogs welcome Cottage. All four legged friends receive a special doggy welcome pack. There are also plenty of local beaches which accept dogs in season and please check out the Dog policy of the local beach.
Things you should know: Seabreeze is located near to the cliffs and coastal path and therefore benefits from magnificent Sea Views. In extreme weather the property is exposed to high winds and salt spray from the sea. The property offers a warm and cosy retreat from the elements and is well aired and dry, however in some corners of the windows sea salt reacts to the paint work and can appear to flake and be discoloured.
Anglesey Sea Zoo located at the south of the Island is only 30 minute drive away. The town of Beaumaris is well worth a visit and has a good selection of shops and good pubs and restaurant and while you there visit Beaurmaris Castle which was originally built for King Edwards visit in 1283. If you want to see what life was like for a traditional family in wales visit Swtan a small cottage museum dedicated to 17th century Welsh living.
Or visit Plas Newydd The traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey, situated on the bank of theMenai Strait with magnificent views of Snowdonia. Also close by is Copper Kingdon at Porth Amlwch which retains many original buildings to explore, like the Copper Bins, the Watch House and the Work Shop chimneys. At the sail loft visitor centre, enjoy a delicious snack or browse the gift shop but don’t miss the exhibition of Amlwch’s world renowned ship building and copper mining heritage.
Eating and Drinking.
The Black Lion Inn just outside the village of Llanfaethlu, The menu features classic, uncomplicated dishes, highlighting the quality of the ingredients, and will comprise a daily menu together with a more seasonally inspired menu. In addition to the main menu, we have a selection of specials that change daily.
In Cemaes Bay you will find The Harbour Hotel which boasts a prime position overlooking the Harbour. You can choose from the Bar Menu which has an excellent selection freshly prepared soup and sandwiches, baguettes, paninis and jacket potatoes or choose the Bistro which is building a strong reputation for high quality dining and great value.
The Lobster Pot Restaurant in Church Bay is a fantastic sea food restaruant. Local lobsters and crabs are fresh daily. Oysters are from the Menai Straits so too are the mussels. Scallops and prawns are delivered almost daily from our local supplier.
The nearest supermarket is Tesco at Holyhead which is only 12 miles away. Why not pre order your grocery orders for delivery for the cottage.
For something a bit different and if your a keen Motor bike riding visit Anglesey Circuit (Trac Môn) which was opened during 1997 as a fully licensed MSA and ACU championship racing circuit. For golfers there is an abundance of golf courses and to name just a few.
Just 4 miles away Bull Bay Golf Club is the most northerly golf course in Wales. There is also some excellent Horse Riding at Anglesey Riding School which is set alongside the beautiful Menai Straits with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, you won’t find horse riding in more involving surroundings.
The Island Race - Anglesey Half Marathon- 2nd March 2014
The second year of the Island Race to be held giving you an opportunity to run across the World famous Menai Bridge free from traffic and follow the coast road to the awesome Beaumaris Castle, and back.
A two - week long event where galleries accross Anglesry are open for the public to visit for free, and look, discuss and experience the art created by Anglesey Art Forum members.
The village of Cemaes Bay is proud to be the caretaker of the Charles Henry Ashley, a 38ft Watson designed lifeboat built in 1907 and stationed at the nearby ‘Porth yr Ogof’ lifeboat station by Wylfa Head until she was taken out of service in 1932.
However, she may be old, but in a breeze of wind she slips along at a very respectable speed and provides a rewarding sailing experience. She sails between May and end of September so check out her sailing days and join in the fun.
The Anglesey Walking and Cycling Festival with Walkathon will take place from May 17th to June 1st 2014. In addition to the walking programme there will be the following cycling events, incorporating young cyclists challenge (25k route) Llangefni and mountain biking challenge on Parys mountain in Amlwch.
One of North Wales leading events of its type organised by the Anglesey Vintage Equipment Society. Tractor pulling, Lawn Mower Racing, Steam engines, Fairground organs, Horse displays and ancient wartime reenactment, Fairground rides, Vintage Cars, custom trucks, Vintage Trucks, Motorcycles, Stationary engines and Tractors
Two week sailing regatta that includes a round Anglesey race, the famous race under the two bridges to Caernarfon and racing at venues including Beaumaris, Bangor, Caernarfon and Port Dinorwic.
The Anglesey Agricultural Show is Anglesey’s premier festival and takes place annually during the month of August over two days.
This is one of the biggest RNLI fund raising events in Wales so please come along and join in the fiun.
From Friday 22 to Sunday 24 August, Copperfest is a three day, free admission festival featuring the very best of local Welsh and English language bands.
Join us this August Bank Holiday for the Beaumaris Medieval Festival. Step back in time to enjoy a range of family friendly activities. Be amazed by the skill of our medieval knights and root for your favourite!
This event in Holyhead is a major sailing event centred around the marina and Holyhead Sailing Club. Our event in Holyhead is a major sailing event centred around the Marina and Holyhead Sailing Club and organised by the North Wales Area of the Old Gaffer
29th - 31st - Menai Seafood Festival
Held annually at the Trearddur Bay Hotel near Holyhead the Anglesey Oyster & Shellfish Welsh Produce Festival provides a wide variety of food produce from across the island.
At the Anglesey Showground (off the old A5 Holyhead Road near Gwalchmai), the Anglesey Winter Show will be held on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 November. This local agricultural event takes place indoors and features competitive classes for cattle, sheep, pigs, light horses, cookery and crafts plus agricultural trade stands.
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Vacum Cleaner
- Food Mixer
- Bedroom TV
- SkyTV or Free Sat/View
- Music System/CD/Radio
- I-Pod Dock
- Log/Multi Fuel Burner
- Oil Central Heating
- Hair Dryer
- Childs Cot
- Childs High Chair
- Selection of DVD's
- Selection of Books and Games
- Enclosed Garden
- Open Patio
- Garden Furniture
- Off Road Parking
Included In The Price
- Bed Linen
- Basic Kitchen Provisions
- Welcome Food Hamper
- In-House Beauty Treatments
- On site Chef
£10 booking fee applies to all bookings made.
Payments can be made by Cheque, Bank transfer or Credit/Debit Card over the phone.
"What a wonderful few days we have had and staying at this beautiful home from home 'Seabreeze'. A beautiful sea view cottage with every personal touch anyone person could think of! Cosy pretty and very dog friendly. Thank you for sharing your property with us. Both mum, dogs and I will be back."
Baker's Jan 2012
"How lovely to arrive here with provisions and supper provided. An outstanding view and a flower garden to eat our breakfast in. A very clean and well equipped Cottage. Thank you we all enjoyed our peaceful stay here."
Meyricks's July 2011
"Our holiday at Seabreeze was everything that we'd hoped for and more . Its in a quiet location but within walking distance of the beach and the village. The village has a couple of pubs (good food!), bistro and convenience store amongst others. Seabreeze itself is fantastic. The garden leads out onto the costal path and down to the beach. The living room has beautiful seaviews especially from the patio windows, likewise the kitchen window. If I lived there permanently I wouldn't mind being tied to the kitchen sink! Infact all rooms bar the dining room (at the front of the house) have wonderful seaviews. "
"A fantastic cottage, spacious, beautifully furnished with all mod cons, you dont have to think of a thing. So much provided even down to the salt and pepper! Great extras that makes such a difference like dog bowl, wind break, extra garden chairs, really well thought out and overall a great holiday. Cemaes Bay is just lovely, a great village, beautifully kept and maintained, very friendly people, you can all your provisions from the villages and also eat out at some good pubs nearby."
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Tel: 0845 838 5290 or 07714 230118