‘Pentreheulyn’ is a delightful, traditional, detached farmhouse built in 17th Century, set on an immaculate working farm, surrounded by impressive countryside and is an idyllic haven for wildlife.  This charming property has an unusually long and continuous farming history back to 700 years ago with connections to the Brynddu Estate and Diaries of William Bulkeley.

 

 

 

 
The farmhouse has recently been lovingly restored and extended, it now offers comfortable and modern accommodation while retaining its original charm and features, having thick stone walls, enjoying the original exposed beams, original fireplaces and window seats.  The property enjoys a large private and secluded garden with stone walls and mature trees.
 
 
 
 
 
This attractive property is situated in the North of the Island enjoying 360 degrees of stunning countryside and farm views.  The farmhouse is family friendly in a sort after, tranquil and peaceful setting, making it a great relaxing family holiday.  
 
 
The cosy accommodation on the ground floor consists of – Porch leading to Utility/Second Kitchen area, Shower room with wc.  Main kitchen with exposed beam and range cooker, seating for six people.  Main lounge with exposed beams, log burning stove, garden views.  Second lounge with comfortable seating, stunning countryside views and garden views, under stairs storage cupboard.  Stairs leading to –
First floor – Landing with window seat, 1 Double bedroom with exposed beams, original fireplace, 2 twin rooms with exposed beams and original fireplaces, all having countryside views Bathroom with shower over bath, and Separate Toilet Room.
 
The property benefits from Wi-Fi facilities, has oil-fired central heating, log burning stove in lounge and range cooker in the main kitchen.  There is ample parking for two cars, and further parking area if required.
 
 
Location – There are many amenities close by, a local village shop, repair service garage, public house and Church are two miles distant.  The pretty and most Northernest Coastal Village on the Island of Anglesey, Cemaes Bay is ten minutes drive away with a picturesque fishing harbour and sandy beach, a variety of Shops, Hotels and Amenities.
 
Attractions – There are many coastal walks to enjoy, bird and wildlife watching at Cemlyn Nature Reserve, Fishing at Llyn Alaw, local Horse Riding Schools.  You could enjoy a round of Golf at Bull Bay 18 hole Golf Course, enjoy the history expedition of Amlwch Port and Copper Mine at Parys Mountain.  Visit the working flour mill in Llanddeusant and history of roundhouses, For the more energetic walk up and down the 400 steps at the Lighthouse at South Stack. Good luck!
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you want to experience a little bit of heaven, this is definitely the place to be.  Pentreheulyn.