This 18th century, stone-built, detached property is situated in the small community of Llanallgo on the Isle of Anglesey. This wonderful property was visited by Charles Dickens in 1859, the “Rooms” of which are later referred to in his popular book, “The Uncommercial Traveller”. This charming house provides impressive accommodation and boasts Indian stone floors, a galleried landing and a stylish living room and conservatory. There is also an exceptionally fine fitted kitchen with a range style cooker. Able to sleep twelve people across five bedrooms, this property is ideal for large families, groups of friends or two smaller families looking to holiday together. Nearby, the village of Moelfre boasts a range of amenities and activities, ideal for a fun-packed vacation.