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LOCATION,LOCATION Harbour/Beach.'17+18 Cert of Excellent.BBC Pitching In village
1 of 28Harbour View Flats. 'Quayside' is at rear of building
3 nights minimum
LOCATION,LOCATION,LOCATION with unlimited WiFi! - Awarded Trip Advisor 2017 and 2018 Certificate of Excellence. BBC drama 'Pitching In' filmed in beautiful Cemaes Bay. 2 bedroom (1 kingsize double bed + 2 single beds) first floor apartment in excellent position in historic Cemaes village next to the beach. Dog friendly with large private car park and access to the harbour - ideal for guests with sailing boats. Literally, a stones throw away from the harbour, 3 sandy dog friendly beaches and a quaint,charming High St which maintains a wonderful air of yesteryear. Next to the Maritime Museum. Although at the rear of the building the large shared front garden enjoys sea, beach and harbour views and the main communal entrance door of the building is literally 50 yards from the promenade and ha...LOCATION,LOCATION,LOCATION with unlimited WiFi! - Awarded Trip Advisor 2017 and 2018 Certificate of Excellence. BBC drama 'Pitching In' filmed in beautiful Cemaes Bay. 2 bedroom (1 kingsize double bed + 2 single beds) first floor apartment in excellent position in historic Cemaes village next to the beach. Dog friendly with large private car park and access to the harbour - ideal for guests with sailing boats. Literally, a stones throw away from the harbour, 3 sandy dog friendly beaches and a quaint,charming High St which maintains a wonderful air of yesteryear. Next to the Maritime Museum. Although at the rear of the building the large shared front garden enjoys sea, beach and harbour views and the main communal entrance door of the building is literally 50 yards from the promenade and harbour. One of 6 apartments in what was originally Cemaes School House built around 1885. Park your cars (2 cars) or boat trailer on the large, private, smooth tarmaced car park for residents use only outside the apartment and explore Cemaes Bay or use as a base to explore the rest of the island. Cemaes is ideally suited for family beachside holidays or quiet winter retreats.Boat trips daily during the summer and fishing from the breakwater all year. Ideal for golfers with Bull Bay Golf course close by. Walkers and birdwatchers can access the coastal path which runs through the bay and around the whole island.Cemaes is a multiple winner in the annual 'Wales in Bloom' competition. It is partly owned by the National Trust and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty(ANOB). Quiet and safe environment particularly for children as a bypass skirts the village with only local traffic accessing the High St. Up to 2 well behaved small to medium pets are welcome (£30 each). There are local pet friendly pubs/restaurants in Cemaes all serving good value food within a 100 yds of the apartment. A comfortable,good value, no nonsense, pet friendly holiday apartment for families or couples alike. Strictly no smoking. Which ever season you visit Cemaes Bay will not disappoint!
N.B. Winter fuel supplement £5 per night for breaks between 1st Oct and 1st April. Pets are charged at £30 per pet. Both charges are payable directly to the owner either by cheque to Mr Chris Welch Thistledown, Drointon Lane, Stowe by Chartley, Staffs, ST18 0LD or bank transfer - please ask for details.More
A very relaxing holiday in a bright airy flat. Could not fault the accommodation, location and facilities. Plenty of parking and very quiet during the week. Two pubs and a hotel very close by with everyone we met so very friendly. With great weather everyday...More
Date of stay: October 2015
Management response:Responded 12 October 2015
Thank you very much for taking the time to feedback your experiences at Quayside. We are really pleased that you enjoyed your stay and thank you for your positive comments. It means so much when guests report on their stay and particularly important as this...More
Four adults with 2 dogs staying for 2 weeks at end of September in this very nicely prepared, spacious apartment that has all you need in way of TV, WiFi, kitchen utensils etc. One minute walk from Camaes Bay harbour and beach. 2 minutes walk...More
Date of stay: September 2015
Management response:Responded 1 October 2015
We are really pleased you have enjoyed your stay at Quayside and thank you for taking the time to relate your experiences. It is the first year for Quayside as a holiday let and we are delighted that all our guests so far have been...More
The apartment was very clean and comfortable and pleasantly decorated. We had everything we needed for an enjoyable stay. The beds were very comfortable. We particularly enjoyed sitting in the shared front garden with sea views. The beach and the coastal path were nearby.
Date of stay: August 2015
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Management response:Responded 28 August 2015
Thank you very much for feeding back your holiday experience at Quayside. Really appreciated and so glad you found everything satisfactory. Anglesey and particularly Cemaes Bay and surrounds is a beautiful part of the world being so unspoilt, uncommercialised and protected by it's "Area of...More
A lovely clean and cosy base, all you could need for a chilled and relaxing holiday. Brilliant location.
The beach is on your doorstep, with lots of walks with beautiful views. The village as everything you need: The Harbour Hotel next door were warm and...More
Date of stay: October 2014
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Management response:Responded 1 October 2015
Thank you so much for your positivecomments. We are really pleased that you enjoyed yourself and hope that you may revisit at some stage in the future
Cemaes Bay is a village on the north coast of Anglesey in Wales. It is recognised and protected as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is partly owned by the National Trust. It is the most northerly village in Wales. The name Cemaes was originally spelt Cei Maes meaning Quay Area. In 2011 the population of Cemaes was 1,357 and in August 2014 a survey published in The Times newspaper reported that since 1995 Cemaes Bay properties have increased by 285% which is the 2nd highest increase in the UK!!Cemaes is a fishing port and is known for its beach. It has a sheltered natural harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea and is the site of an ancient settlement.. The river in the village is the River Wygyr, which flows from just below Parys Mountain to the sea at Cemaes. It is j...
Cemaes is on the main coastal road bus route between Bangor and Hollyhead. There is a regular service which stops in the village and so getting around by bus is easy. Hollyhead is only 10 miles away so Cemaes is a handy stage post for ferries to Ireland.