Porth Llongdy Uchaf details
Porth Llongdy Uchaf is a detached house, situated in an elevated position, with direct beach access on Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey which is considered an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a conservation area.
While the sun is shining, relax in the garden taking in the spectacular views. In the summer there are a host of sailing boats on the bay, while in winter, the boats leave and are replaced by an outstanding array of wildlife. It is set in two acres of garden with the garden wall also acting as the sea wall.
This holiday at a glance
- Sleeps eight guests.
- Four bedrooms.
- Two bathrooms and one shower room.
- The garden has a sloping lawn down towards the sea wall so children should be supervised at all times.
- On-site parking.
- Sorry, no pets.
- Minimum of a three night stay.
- Situated in an elevated position with direct beach access on Red Wharf Bay.
- Light and spacious.
- A magnificent mahogany panelled snooker/billiard room with a full-sized antique table.
- Set in two acres of garden with a separate four acre paddock.
- Beautiful, panoramic views.
- Gas flame effect fire. Electric/gas double oven range cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Washing machine and tumble dryer.
- Flat screen TV/ DVD in sitting room, Smart TV conservatory with Blu ray DVD player. Sky/Freeview/BTvision/Boom Box with docking station.
- Weber barbecue and garden furniture.
- Travel cot, high chair and two stairgates are available upon request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
- The nearest village, Benllech, is only two miles away where you will find several small supermarkets, banks, a pharmacy, a garage as well as many other shops. For a bigger shop, there is a Waitrose only 15 minutes’ drive away in Menai Bridge.
- There are several good places to eat locally, including The Tavern at St Davids Park, the Old Boathouse on Red Wharf Bay and a little further afield The White Eagle at Rhoscollyn is a particular favourite. Ye Olde Bull at Beaumaris with both a brasserie and fine dining restaurant is also popular.
- However, if you fancy a night cosied up on the sofa, good Chinese and Indian take-away is also available locally.
- There are an abundance of beautiful walks from the house via the coastal pathway and along to the beach. The nearby village of Beaumaris has a spectacular, historic castle and a wealth of lovely shops, cafes and restaurants.
- You can enjoy a boat or fishing trip, admire the stunning views of Snowdonia over the Menai Straights or simply take in the sea air and wander along the water front.