3 Bedroom extra DBL Sofa Bed 1 Bathroom 1 Cloakroom,
About Sam Edwards
James Edwards has been visiting Rhosneigr since his childhood. His parents bought this house in 1999 as he loved the area so much and he and his wife Sam bought the property from them in 2007 when it became too much for them. Sam and James and their children Jake & Elle have enjoyed countless holidays here along with Family members who love the place so much they bring their own friends to experience the special Rhosneigr holiday. The family live in Winchester in Hampshire with their dog Max, who also loves Rhosneigr and the many sea birds he can chase on the beach!
Sam Edwards purchased this House in 1999
Why Sam Edwards chose Rhosneigr
The property is very close to the beach and bars and restaurants, and the view is just spectacular.
What makes this House unique
What's obviously unique about the house is the fact that it is upside down so you can gaze out to sea from the comfort of your sofa.. it adds an extra bit of fun to our holiday house. The decking over the garage is an amazing spot to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the sun sink down into the sea. priceless!
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Fantastic location and view
Nice accommodation for a teenage family holiday. Well equipped. Good decking area for wetsuit changing. One suggestion would be hooks and a small covered area to hang wetsuits.
Fantastic location and a nice clean, bright house.
Lovely house a stones throw from the beach at Rhosneigr.
With the house being ‘upside down’ you can sit in the lounge and look out over the beach and sea.
West facing so you get full view of fantastic sunsets.
Outdoor decking on 3 sides of house at first floor level so you can follow the sun around from sunrise to sunset 🌇.
This was our third visit and will hopefully be back again.
Rhosneigr is a lovely little town to relax and unwind.
Amazing views of the sea!
Excellent property for the cost of stay ! Photos don’t do it justice
The property is situated 100 meters from the beach, with stunning views from the lounge towards the horizon, and only a two minute walk to the little street with the shops and bars. The house is very comfortably furnished, and the kitchen is very well equipped for those wishing to self-cater. The outside, top level decking area is real sun trap all day, and a lovely spot to sit out in the evenings. Access via the side gate to the hose pipe was most useful with our beach-loving dogs and minimised sand inside the property! A fantastic place to stay, just wish we could have stayed longer.
What a place to go!
We stayed early March during heavy rain and storms. Did it spoil our time? Absolutely not. Jumpers, coats, hats and problem solved.
What a beautiful home. The views are entrancing from the living area, the kitchen is well equipped and the dog not limited to certain rooms.
If you're taking your dog then then it's a perfect place to be. We only came across 1 shop that didn't allow dogs. All the pubs and restaurants, including the chippy, were dog friendly. In Sandy's they even had supplies of doggie towels, beds and treats. The only advice we were given by one of the locals was not to release the dog on the dunes. Apparently there are a number of adders present. The beaches are so vast and dog friendly that it really didn't matter.
If you're having a debate whether to go there or stay in the property then don't. You will not be disappointed.
Perfect break away
Wow! We had the most fantastic time in Rhosneigr. The house was so well equipped with everything we needed and more. The views from the lounge window and decking were fantastic. We spent hours watching the kite surfers and wind surfers. The dogs loved the beach, with miles of sand and rock pools to explore. It was just what we needed for a get away from it all holiday. The village is very quiet and there were only a couple of shops open due to the time of the year, but this suited us. We would love to go back again soon.
Rhosneigr village is situated on the beautiful west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. It has a thriving community and a rich history. Award winning sandy beaches with rock pools and safe bathing. Llyn Maelog, a large lake just outside the village, is rich in bird life and fish. Unspoilt countryside stretches for miles inland with magnificent views of the Snowdonia Mountains and Lleyn Peninsular. Rhosneigr has become a windsurfing and kitesurfing mecca attracting enthusiasts from all over Britain. Even for those not participating it is huge fun to watch! Rhosneigr is also home to Anglesey Golf Club.
There are countless walks to be enjoyed within walking distance of the property most including a stop at one of the excellent Bars and Restaurants Rhosneigr has to offer.
Our particular favourites are the Oyster Catcher and Mo Jo's, both are family orientated and really welcoming.
Venturing further out, Anglesey offers a really enjoyable Go Karting Track, a Sea Zoo, The Butterfly Palace, Copper Mines, SouthStack Lighthouse... (Climb to the top if you can), National Trust Stately Homes and much more.
Portmerion Village, is an hours drive away and well worth a visit. Betws-y-Coed is also about an hour away where you can white water raft, tackle the adventure high ropes or just browse round the lovely quaint shops and bars. We have done all 3 with children and then without as they grew up!