This historic manor house, set in stunning grounds with sea views, is the perfect place to catch up with family and friends, while the town of Amlwch is nearby and an abundance of beaches are in easy reach.

Key Features

Highlights

  • Dog-friendly
  • Fire Pit
  • Games Room With Pool Table
  • Hot Tub
  • Wood Burner

At a glance

  • Spacious lounge and games room with a wood burner and pool table
  • Gorgeous sea views from the outdoor lounge and dining areas
  • Walkable to the Wales Coastal Path with beaches and water sports nearby
  • About the property

    If you like the combination of history and sympathetic, contemporary renovation; plenty of indoor and outdoor space for socialising; incredible sea views and beaches and water sports nearby, you won’t be disappointed. Plas Mynydd is set within an 8-acre estate with landscaped gardens and is near to the traditional Welsh coastal market town of Amlwch. Dating back to 1784, the house was formerly the home of the steward of the Parys Mountain Copper Mine, which was once the world’s largest copper mine and today is a unique and breath-taking landscape. Nods to this heritage have been delightfully woven into the décor including the impressive freestanding copper bath in the family bathroom and the copper tap in the kitchen.

  • The space

    All of the rooms in the house have been decorated to a high standard in a contemporary style, with handpicked furnishings and state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings.

    As you enter into the hallway there’s an area with a bench where you can take off your shoes and hang your coats. At the end of the hall, you’ll find the large, open-plan kitchen/diner where there’s lots of space for prepping and every modern convenience for cooking and entertaining including a SMEG oven and hob and a handy wine cooler. Everything from an informal family meal to a celebratory, multi-course dinner can be savoured at either the indoor or outdoor dining table that seat up to 10 people.

    When it’s time to relax, head to the lounge where there are comfy sofas and chairs, a TV and a wood burner to warm up those chilly days. It’s the perfect place to socialise, chat, watch a film or play a board game. The lounge adjoins the games room where there’s a pool table, while WiFi is available throughout the house.

    Upstairs there are five bedrooms. Three have a king-size bed and the other two have two single beds that can be converted into a king-size bed on request if that meets your needs better. Two of the bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom and there are two further bathrooms in the house. All of them have shower facilities and three of them have a freestanding bath, including in the family bathroom which has a beautiful feature copper bath. The house also has a WC on the ground floor.

    Outside, there are 8 acres of landscaped gardens where you can take a stroll, admire the views of the sea and simply relax. There’s also a lovely patio with a lounge area beneath a pergola that’s got heating and lighting so that you can sit out and enjoy drinks well into the evening. Meanwhile, the dining area seats up to ten people and there’s a BBQ where you can cook up a feast to enjoy alfresco.

    There is also private parking on the driveway for up to five cars.

  • Sustainability

    If you'd like to offset the carbon emissions from your trip, get in touch and we can arrange this for a small fee.

  • Keep in mind

    Check-in: from 16:00

    Check-out: by 10:00

    Deposit: Bookings are subject to a non-refundable deposit of 30% of the booking value plus applicable booking fees with the balance payable 60 days before the date of travel.

    Book with confidence: If your booking is affected by new Government travel restrictions which were not known at the time of booking, and you're legally unable to travel, we will arrange with the property owner to refund 100% of your holiday cost.

    Accidental Damage Deposit: To maintain the highest standards in our properties, guests will need to pay a refundable Accidental Damage Deposit of £200 prior to their stay. An advance payment as detailed in the booking summary can be made to waive the requirement.

  • House rules

    • No smoking
    • No parties and events
    • Please keep noise to a minimum
    • Up to 2 dogs are permitted by prior arrangement
    • Dogs must not be left unsupervised in the house and are not allowed upstairs, in the bedroom's or on the furniture.

Amenities

Highlights

  • BBQ - Charcoal
  • Child-friendly
  • Dog-friendly
  • Fire Pit
  • Games Room With Pool Table
  • Hot Tub
  • Stunning Coastal Views
  • Stunning Countryside Views
  • Wine Cooler
  • Wood Burner

General

  • Bluetooth Speakers
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric Cooker
  • Freezer
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Hot Water Boiling Tap
  • Iron And Ironing Board
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Private Entrance
  • Seating Area
  • Smart TV With Internet Access
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi

Experiences

  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Riding
  • Jet Skiing
  • Kayaking
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Paddle-boarding
  • Pilates
  • Private Chef
  • Spa Experiences
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Walking
  • Water Skiing
  • Wild Swimming
  • Yachting
  • Yoga

Health & Safety

  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Fire Blanket
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • First Aid Kit
  • Smoke Detector

Collections

  • Coastal Cottages
  • Large Cottages

Family Friendly

  • Toys And Books

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Location

Local Info

The neighbourhood

The house is located in the north of the Isle of Anglesey and the local town of Amlwch and its once a thriving fishing port, is just a short walk away. Here, there are places to eat out and shops where you can pick up all your groceries, including Welsh lamb from the butcher which is ideal for the barbecue.

If you enjoy discovering local history and heritage, you might like to pop to the Copper Kingdom. It tells the story of the major copper mine that existed in the town in the 18th century and the ship-building industry that was created to assist the export of copper around the world.

Locally there are coastal walks that take in unspoilt landscapes and beautiful views, while there’s a golf course in easy reach at Bull Bay which offers uninterrupted sea view and a welcome 19th hole. Meanwhile, the wider Anglesey region offers numerous sandy beaches, a plethora of fine dining restaurants (try the Lobster Pot at Church Bay!), a host of activities including fishing, birdwatching, cycling and water sports, as well as attractions including Beaumaris Castle and South Stack Lighthouse.

You can even jump on the ferry and enjoy at day trip to Dublin from nearby Holyhead Port.

Getting around

A car is recommended for travelling to the property and ease of getting around. However, there are good public transport links around the island.

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