Gorse Cottage, Cemaes Bay

Croeso, Welcome

Gorse Cottage is a self-catering spacious coastal cottage that sleeps up to 4 adults on the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales

We are situated in a charming fishing village called Cemaes Bay, on the north coast of the island, Gorse Cottage forms part of a row of colourful fishermen cottages, on the High Street and backs onto a pretty river walk down to the harbour and beaches with easy access to Anglesey’s famous coastal path walks.

  • Entire home
  • Sleeps up to 4 adults
  • Bedroom 1 Kingsize
  • Bedroom 2 Double 
  • Separate dress and luggage room
  • Beach in walking distance
  • Fully functioning Kitchen 
  • Linen & Laundry
  • Self Check in 
  • Large sun terrace & patio
  • Gas log effect fire
  • Free parking on street 
  • Free public parking nearby
  • Pubs in walking distance
  • Check-in from: 5pm
  • Check out time: 3pm
  • Self check-in with lockbox
  • Unsuitable for children/infants
  • No smoking
  • No pets

The space

The accommodation offers modern open living and dining area to the ground floor with a log burner (gas). We have a spacious kitchen to the rear with bistro seating, opening onto a peaceful private balconied breakfast terrace and separate secluded seating sun terrace to the rear. The views open to the river walk and woodland area.

Upstairs benefits from a master king size bedroom, a cosy double bedroom and a spacious third bedroom set out as a dressing area and luggage store, with dedicated open clothes hanging space.

Ample free parking is available in the public car park across the road to the property. An amble down the High Street or via the river walk to the rear of Gorse Cottage takes you to the picturesque harbour and beautiful beaches.

The Area

Cemaes Bay, is on the North coast of Anglesey and part of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The name Cemaes means loop or bend in Welsh, and if you look at the map you will see we are not far from that loop in the river. We are situated in the most northerly village in Wales.