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Bungalow in Rhoscolyn

Ty Woods Cottage

Advert ID No:  385
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Sleeps:  5      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £285     (High Season):  £

Ty Woods Cottage is a pet-friendly, two bedroomed, single-storey bungalow situated in the delightful village of Rhoscolyn on Holy Island. This quaint holiday home is ideal for families, it is only a few minutes walk to the beach and even closer to a pub which serves food. Leading from the entrance hall is very well equipped fitted kitchen, it has an electric double oven, electric two-ring...

 

Rhoscolyn Tourist Information

Rhoscolyn is a small village which can be found nestled at the Southern end of Holy Island (just off Anglesey), from the village it's about a five-mile drive North to the town and port of Holyhead.

The nearest convenience store can be found in either Trearddur Bay or Valley, along with a good selection of shops in Holyhead. Rhoscolyn does, however, have a popular pub that also serves food.

The main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (A55 road) both terminate at Holyhead, this means you can either exit at Holyhead and drive down Holy Island to Rhoscolyn, or leave the A55 road at junction three and head across Four Mile Bridge then turn left and head down to Rhoscolyn. The nearest train station is in the village of Valley about three miles away, there is also a train station and ferry port at Holyhead about five miles away, along with a bus service that operates between the village and Holyhead.

Rhoscolyn Holiday Cottages on Holy Island
Rhoscolyn is blessed with a delightful sandy beach (Borth Wen Beach (Rhoscolyn Beach)), it's a great beach for just chilling by yourself or you can take the family and enjoy a few wonderful hours playing on the sand. If the kids fancy a spot of 'critter-finding', there are numerous rock pools to explore.

The water around this part of the coastline is rather popular for those who enjoy sailing, sea fishing and diving.
Further around the coastline lies Silver Bay Beach, this is by far a quieter and more isolated sandy beach, but still worthy of a visit.

The Anglesey Coastal Path meanders its way past Rhoscolyn, it offers the opportunity to enjoy leisurely cliff top walks whilst taking in the delightful views out over the Irish Sea.

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Ty Woods Cottage

Bungalow in Rhoscolyn (9 Photos)
Ty Woods Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 5
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £285
High Season: £

Rhoscolyn tourist information

Rhoscolyn is a small village which can be found nestled at the Southern end of Holy Island (just off Anglesey), from the village it's about a five-mile drive North to the town and port of Holyhead.

The nearest convenience store can be found in either Trearddur Bay or Valley, along with a good selection of shops in Holyhead. Rhoscolyn does, however, have a popular pub that also serves food.

The main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (A55 road) both terminate at Holyhead, this means you can either exit at Holyhead and drive down Holy Island to Rhoscolyn, or leave the A55 road at junction three and head across Four Mile Bridge then turn left and head down to Rhoscolyn. The nearest train station is in the village of Valley about three miles away, there is also a train station and ferry port at Holyhead about five miles away, along with a bus service that operates between the village and Holyhead.

Rhoscolyn Holiday Cottages on Holy Island
Rhoscolyn is blessed with a delightful sandy beach (Borth Wen Beach (Rhoscolyn Beach)), it's a great beach for just chilling by yourself or you can take the family and enjoy a few wonderful hours playing on the sand. If the kids fancy a spot of 'critter-finding', there are numerous rock pools to explore.

The water around this part of the coastline is rather popular for those who enjoy sailing, sea fishing and diving.
Further around the coastline lies Silver Bay Beach, this is by far a quieter and more isolated sandy beach, but still worthy of a visit.

The Anglesey Coastal Path meanders its way past Rhoscolyn, it offers the opportunity to enjoy leisurely cliff top walks whilst taking in the delightful views out over the Irish Sea.

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