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Price: £490 to £1,380

Sleeps: 10

Contact: Mr Antony Westbury

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Web-site: www.plaspwllmelyn.co.uk

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Plas Pwll Melyn, Brynteg, Benllech, Anglesey, North Wales

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Plas Pwll Melyn is a beautiful Georgian style farmhouse holiday cottage (built c.1843) providing holiday accommodation for 10 persons and is perfectly suited for self-catering family holidays and reunions with family and friends.


Within easy reach of Plas Pwll Melyn, in addition to several Blue Flag beaches, you will find many places of local interest to suit children and adults with abundant scenic beauty all within a short driving distance.


Plas Pwll Melyn is situated in the rural village of Brynteg approximately 2.5 miles from Benllech beach on the Isle of Anglesey, which is connected to mainland Britain by two historic bridges across the Menai Strait.


Anglesey - which has day return express ferry links from Holyhead to Dublin, Ireland - is surrounded by 120 miles of rugged coastline and tranquil beaches and has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1966.


Plas Pwll Melyn is professionally managed and comes with its own private access road with ample off-road parking and 3.5 acres of land including a wildlife pool and an enclosed rear garden for you to enjoy.


Plas Pwll Melyn sits in its own private oasis in the rural village of Brynteg on the B5110 on the east of the island 2.5 miles due west of the coastal resort of Benllech, which is popular for its Blue Flag beach with its abundance of clean yellow sand situated on the Anglesey Coastal Path.

Additional Blue Flag beaches near to Plas Pwll Melyn can be found 9.5 miles (23 min.) away at Llanddona Beach to the east of Red Wharf Bay, and 15.8 miles (43 min.) away at Llanddwyn, Newborough, which is renowned as one of the finest beaches in Britain, backed by forests, with spectacular views of the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.


There are many tourist attractions and leisure pursuits for children and adults to enjoy on the Isle of Anglesey.

With easy access to the historic castle towns of Beaumaris (a frequent holiday destination of Charles Dickens) and across the Menai Strait to Conwy and Caernarfon, and also Wales’ largest seaside resort of Llandudno, to the beautiful scenery of the Snowdonia National Park - all within a thirty mile radius - there are plenty of places to visit and things to do.

There are also day-return express ferry links running between Holyhead and Dublin making it possible to enjoy a day out in Ireland’s wonderful Alpha-ranked capital city.


Running along the entire coastline of Anglesey is the 125-mile Anglesey Coastal Path. Thousands of nature lovers and those who love to explore open spaces and sea views enjoy stretching their legs along this route around the island. The path also includes Holy Island on the west side of the island.

Rhosneigr - just 16.2 miles away (33 min.) on the west of the island - is popular for its sea views and rolling waves is now an established focal point for water sports enthusiasts.


South Stack Lighthouse is also worth a visit and the nearby RSPB Observatory at Elin's Tower. The coastal path runs across from Port Dafarch beach and on to South Stack.

On a clear day it is possible to see the Isle of Man to the North and the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland to the West. On sunny days, swathes of sea pinks, lavender, and bright yellow gorse add to the deep turquoise-blue sea background to make a memorable vista.


The above are some of the points where you can join the 125-mile long Anglesey Coastal Path. It's a long stretch of coastline to walk in one visit. But we hope that you will get a taste of the scenery surrounding the island. Oh, by the way… don’t forget to take a map with you!


For visitors staying at Plas Pwll Melyn
Benllech seaside village - 2.5 miles (6 min.) east: Shops, banks, mini-marts, petrol station w/post office, doctors’ surgery, Indian and Chinese and, of course, fish and chips takeaways, etc.

Llangefni market town - 4.6 miles (12 min.) south-west: Shops, banks, several supermarkets, post office, etc.

Plas Pwll Melyn - Holiday Cottage Accommodation - Anglesey

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