Open plan living space: With beams and ceramic tiled floor.
Living area: With wood burner, 50" Freeview HD Smart TV, Blu-ray player with a selection of DVDs, games and books, and French doors leading to garden.
Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
Shower room: With walk-in shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
Bedroom: Galleried with double bed, beams, low sloping ceiling and wooden floor.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Welcome pack. Lawned area with BBQ. Bike store on request. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking, including grounds. Please note: No children. There is an unfenced wildlife pond next to the car park.
Approached via a private, uneven farm track, Curlew Cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is adjacent to both the RSPB Valley Wetlands reserve and Tywyn Trewan Common. This is a delightful one-bedroom cottage which has recently been converted from a former farm building, offering a charming base for exploring the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, an ideal holiday destination for walkers and ornithologists.
This romantic bolthole has an airy open plan layout, combining rustic character with modern comfort. The rustic charm has been maintained with high ceilings and exposed beams, along with a wood burner for cosy winter nights. The bathroom is modern and spacious with a walk-in waterfall shower. The kitchen is modern and has been well equipped for all your holiday needs. Furnished with handcrafted wooden furniture and a sumptuous leather sofa, the living room has a 50" HD TV and a Blu-Ray player along with a selection of DVDs, games and books. The galleried bedroom is traditional ‘crog loft’ in style and is reached via a handcrafted full-size staircase. The beams and sloping ceilings in the bedroom may need taller guests to mind their heads!
French doors lead out onto a wonderful view of the RSPB’s Llyn Traffwll lake, whilst the living room window offers a stunning panoramic view of Snowdonia. Curlew Cottage has a lawned (as yet unenclosed) garden.
With the benefit of dazzling sunrises and stunning sunsets coupled with uninterrupted views of Snowdonia, Cerrig Cottages offer a superb location and inspiration for photographer and artists. Those who wish to take advantage of Anglesey’s ‘Dark Skies’ will be amazed at the myriad of stars and galaxies visible on clear nights. Cerrig Cottages are also close to RAF Anglesey which will be of interest to aviation enthusiasts or those relishing the thought of watching the Red Arrows practise their spectacular aerobatic displays.
Cerrig Cottages are an ideal ornithologists’ holiday location, with over 65 species of birds recorded by the wildlife-loving cottage owners in the past year, including large flocks of lapwing, curlew, golden plover, skylark, wheatear, stonechat, three species of owl, peregrine falcon, the charismatic chough and even a booming bittern. Stoats live in the garden walls, there are newts and dragonflies in the pond, and otters have recently been seen in Llyn Traffwll at the bottom of the paddock. The owners are encouraging all form of wildlife with native wildflower planting over their three-acre garden, and have so far recorded seventeen species of butterfly.
The public footpath opposite Cerrig Cottages takes you to the RSPB reserve Valley Wetlands to the north, or a 40-minute ramble to the south brings you to the seaside town of Rhosneigr with its vast beach famous for sea sports, as well as a variety of bars and cafés. For those preferring to drive, Rhosneigr beach is less than 15 minutes away. Fishing and golf nearby. Traeth Cymyran takes 10 minutes by car and Rhoscolyn 15 minutes, home of Prince William’s favourite Anglesey pub, takes just 15 minutes. Beach 2½ miles. Shop 1 mile, pub 2 miles and restaurant 1½ miles.
Curlew Cottage can be booked together with Lapwing Cottage (ref UK6706) to accommodate up to 6 guests.