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´Fantastic house, spacious and modern, with comfy beds´

Review Source - Trip Advisor

Bwthyn Awel has spacious accommodation for up to ten: a cosy and comfortable retreat for two couples or one large extended family. The house is full of character, reflecting a modern take on the traditional Welsh cottage look: white walls, leather settees, light oak and slate floors.




Upstairs - one en suite double bedroom, a beautifully appointed lounge with oak floors and leather furniture offering extensive coastal views which opens onto a balcony providing the perfect place for a morning coffee or a relaxing glass of wine in the evening.



One en suite double bedroom, three twin bedrooms, one luxury family bathroom, a dining room with stunning views, a comprehensively equipped kitchen provides every facility including a dishwasher, full-size oven, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer. The elevated patio and ample garden further enhance the comfort and flexibility of this magnificent property.


Bwthyn Awel may be booked in combination with the adjacent property of Bwthyn Bach which sleeps four, offering accommodation for 14 in total.

  • Modern luxury with traditional character
  • Superb location with breathtaking views
  • Heritage coastline
  • Ideal base to explore Anglesey Coastal Path
  • Spacious, flexible accommodation for 10
  • Adjacent accommodation for 4
  • Parking areas
  • Patios and gardens
  • Pets allowed
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Cot and high chair available
  • Church Bay beach has been awarded a Blue Flag


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Area - North Coast
Towels Provided
Ground Floor Bedroom
Bed linen provided
En-suite Bedroom
Sea Views
Beach nearby
Cot available
Internet Access
Dogs welcome
Friday Changeover

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This reviewer told us :

Fantastic house, spacious and modern, with comfy beds. Children and adults enjoyed alike. Nice garden and amazing views. 5-10 min walk to beach. House was clean and furnished well. Thank you, we will definitely book again when we come back to church bay. The rental price is slightly steep though, although not outrageous, and the only other minor (and I do mean minor) is the wifi signal was very poor.

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Area Info

Church Bay [Porth Swtan] is the adjacent cove where you will find the ´Swtan´- the oldest fully restored cottage on the island - and the North Anglesey Heritage Coast boasts mile after mile of uninterrupted walks. Nearby is the locally renowned ´Lobster Pot´ restaurant and ‘Wave Crest’ coffee shop at the end of the Anglesey Coastal Path with its speciality cream teas as well as many other home-made delicacies.

The Church Bay Inn is about a mile away offering an easy and panoramic walk. Also close by is Cemlyn Nature Reserve is valued for its scenery and its unique wildlife, making it very popular with walkers, birdwatchers and naturalists. Situated on the North coast of Anglesey, about three miles west of Cemaes, the reserve land includes a large lagoon, separated from the sea by a spectacular shingle ridge.

This area is excellent for all land-based activities as well as water sports or just quiet reflection.

Haul A Gwynt is a very luxurious cottage situated in a romantic setting near the beach at Church Bay: a perfect getaway with the most wonderful views out to sea from the mystical Isle of Anglesey.

About Anglesey

Anglesey, a Welsh island set in a Celtic Sea against the backdrop of the ancient mountains of Snowdonia, boasts a 125 mile coastline with mighty cliffs that provide challenging opportunities for climbers, a haven for nesting birds, and beautiful sandy beaches which offer a watersports playground.

The Anglesey coastline will provide visitors of all abilities and energies with a colossal array of activities and adventures: abseiling, coasteering, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, surfing, kite surfing, walking the Anglesey Coastal Path and more. The island also boasts great variety for anglers with sea, course and game fishing available. Inland there is no end of country pursuits, including game hunting, clay pigeon shooting - all available in stunning locations.

Motor sports are also catered for with a karting circuit on the island and motor racing at Ty Croes. Horse riding, orienteering, cycling and mountain biking – there are two National Cycling Network routes and four local routes on the island which encourage exploration of the narrow lanes, magnificent views, historic sites and sheltered bays. Anglesey has a wealth of unspoilt resources within its compact overall dimensions.

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The Church Bay Inn sits on the hill above Gadlys and has the most stunning views across the bay

The Lobster Pot is situated in Church Bay one of the most beautiful spots on the scenic island of Anglesey. Church Bay also boasts a blue flag beach aswell as outstanding coastal walks.

A characterful pebble beach on the island of Anglesey, in North Wales. The beach is named after the nearby Llanrhuddlad Church, which is visible from the sea. A steep path down and a restaurant famous for its lobster.

Swtan is a fully restored example of a 17th century Welsh cottage with a thatched roof. It is situated on the beautiful north west Wales coast of Anglesey,in the picturesque village of Church Bay (Porth Swtan).

Morning coffee, lunches, afternoon teas.