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Sunnyside Holiday Cottage, Holyhead, Anglesey

Sunnyside Holiday Cottage
Four Mile Bridge

LL65 2PJ

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Sunnyside provides excellent accommodation on 2/3 floors for familes and groups wishing to stay in the popular village of Four Mile Bridge, near Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn and their sandy beaches. The property is very well equipped sleeps up to a maximum 12 in 6 good sized bedrooms, with 1 en-suite and two family bathrooms.This holiday home is truly luxorious with everything laid on for you to just arrive, unpack and relax! Fresh cotton linen, fluffy towels, log fires, alfresco dining options, conservatory, cosy nights in with DVDs, relaxing sofas, enchanting countryside and sea views - all make Sunnyside your ideal choice for a big fabulous familyor group holiday!The house is within 50yds of the inland sea waters edge providing beautiful scenery, nature and breathtaking walks. The property has good views of the local scenery, inland sea and Holyhead mountain. The friendly village has an excellent pub and restaurant, farmhouse style cafe with real fire and other shops and all the other useful conveniences you would expect. A welcome food pack including local produce, and basic toiletries are provided for your stay. Fires are also stocked with logs, coal, lighters and kindling. Dogs are welcome for a small surcharge and bowls and treats are provided.NB 2% charge applied to all credit cards, debit cards and Maestro cards have no chargeFor those watersports enthusiasts four mile bridge is a renowned location for canoeing and windsurfing. But don't worry if you're not energetic there's plenty of relaxing options locally too! Full local information and what to do is provided within the property.

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