Named after the Red Squirrels that use the studio and surrounds daily, this self-catering, open-plan studio for two is near the end of a quiet cul-de-sac adjoining pastures and mature woodland with lots of wildlife, a tumbling brook and public footpaths.
There are two single beds with bedding and bedside drawers, a microwave kitchen with fridge, toaster, kettle, sink/drainer and cupboards with everything you need. There is a fold-down table and chairs and good heating throughout if needed. At the far end is an en-suite shower, toilet and basin.
Kitchen and toilet rolls are included as are bathroom floor mats.
A patio area outside the door has a table and chairs, and there is free wifi.
Free parking is off-road.
The village of Benllech has a Blue Flag beach and sea front which is just 12 minutes from the doorstep. There are several good restaurants, cafes, pubs and takeaways. The supermarkets have ATMs and there is a local surgery and acy. There is a filling station and tyre depot, an angling/bait shop amongst others.
There are miles of beautiful countryside public footpaths and the 125 mile Anglesey Coastal path can be accessed above the beach just 10 minutes from home. The beach is excellent for sunning, swimming, paddle-boarding or relaxing with a coffee or an ice-cream.
A couple of miles in either direction lies the extensive beach at Lligwy, the small shingle boat beach and lifeboat station at Moelfre or Red Wharf bay.
Beyond that most of Anglesey is reachable by car in 20-25 minutes via to Island circular A5025, A4080 roads to experience the beauty and drama of Penmon Lighthouse, Beaumaris castle, Newborough beach, Llandwyn promentary, South Stack cliffs & lighthouse, The National Trust's Plas Newydd at Llanfairpwll' , the road-racing at Aberffraw's trac Mon and many other dramatic or charming venues.
All over Anglesey are terrific opportunities for sea, game and coarse fishing; birding, walking, swimming, scuba, surfing, kayaking, biking, riding, golf, photography and painting.
20-30 miles away
Just across the famed Menai Bridges lies Snowdonia for mountain walking and the mountain railway at Llanberis, the steam railways at Caernarfon with it's mighty castle and the tramway up the Great Orme at Llandudno. There is a castle too at Conwy. Try the long Zip-wire at Bethesda and see the Victorian sugar-loaf Penrhyn castle.
Why bother with the Mediterranean or the Canaries when, with less hassle, cost and holiday time lost, you can discover so much more on Anglesey to suit all types, preferences and ages?
Red Squirrel Studio
Studio Apartment at:
18 Lon Farchog