We just spent a long weekend at the bungalow, which was perfect for what we wanted. Plenty of room for 8 of us aged from 2 to 75 (plus Roxy the dog), a nice garden to relax in, surrounded by beautiful peaceful countryside and a sea veiw too. The weekend was helped by perfect weather.....yes there has been a bit this summer.
Just a couple of things to note, the 'beach' is inaccessable at high tide and if you're planning to eat out, I'd book ahead.
All in all a great weekend in a nice sized bungalow set in a lovely location.
Stayed at the bungalow for the same period last year and the weather was terrible even used the wood burning stove, this time sunshine, sea and BBQ s. Couldn't fault the accommodation same as last year. My eldest grandson decided on the 2nd double bed, loved the mattress and think he wants Father xmas to bring him a double bed and tempura mattress, not bad requests from a 7 year old .
We had a lovely stay, the cottage is great for a large group with plenty of sitting space in the front room. It's really close to the beach where we saw a beautiful sunset on our last night. Lots of nice walks nearby with views of the sea. Really great place to stay!
This was an amazing cottage in a beautiful spot near the sea. Fantastic big sofas and lots of bedrooms meant plenty of room for our group of nine. Really enjoyed our stay.
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6 of us stayed here from 27th December until the New Year. Directions to the house were good and Satnav also found it no problem. There was plenty of parking for our 3 cars, and there was a large garden we could let the dogs onto. The beach was just over 5 minutes away and we all enjoyed walks on it and along the coastal path which was exposed to some pretty wild weather a couple of times during our visit.
The house itself had a lovely open plan lounge area with plenty of seating, and a log burner for cold evenings. The storage heaters produced plenty of warmth, and the bedrooms were all spacious. The bed in the ensuite room was extremely comfortable.
Karen the owner brought us a delicious lemon drizzle cake which was a nice welcoming touch.
Church Bay is quiet with one pub, the superb Lobster Pot restaurant and a cafe (this was closed during our stay). We enjoyed the peace and quiet, but it was easy to drive to the bigger towns of Treaddur Bay and Rhosneigr. We also enjoyed a meal at the White Eagle at Rhoscolyn.
Overall a great base for a relaxing break and would recommend for groups of friends/family and would highly recommend.