This three bedroomed static caravan sited in private grounds on our three acre smallholding in Rhosgoch on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales.
The Caravan sleeps six comfortably in a double and two twin bedrooms.
The caravan is centrally heated and double glazed and there is additional heating provided by a gas fire in the lounge.
The kitchen is well equipped with all cutlery, crockery, utensils etc. and there is a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge with ice box and gas cooker.
There is a large shower room with washbasin and a separate toilet and basin.
In the lounge there is a 32" tv with freeview and a dvd player, radio and CD player, books, dvds including childrens dvds, and games for the rainy days which we hope are not too often.
For cleaning and laundry there is a vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board.
We provide all bedding, kitchen towels and tea towels. However bathroom towels can be provided for inside use only, at additional cost. Please enquire.
There is car parking to the front and a large decking with patio furniture and gas barbecue. There is a small garden area which is safe for children to play, well away from roads.
Smoking is allowed outside the caravan but not inside.
A welcome pack is included with bread, milk, butter or equivalent, sugar, tea home made jam and half a dozen free range eggs from our hens.
Minimum stay 3 nights (excluding high season periods).
Sorry no pets.
Rhosgoch is on the North East side of Anglesey, just 10 minutes from Cemaes Bay with its beach and harbour. Here there are plenty of places to eat and drink and there are great coastal walks around this area.
Amlwch is approx 10 minutes by car and here you will find local shops,supermarket, butchers, newsagents, hairdressers, takeaways and restaurants. Here you will also find if needed the local Health Centre.
Within walking distance of the caravan is the local Tavern, The Ring, Rhosgoch, offering good ale and excellent food.
Our smallholding has sheep, pigs, dogs, hens and cats. Children if supervised are welcome to get involved with the feeding of some of the animals.