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Harbour's Edge, cosy retreat on the waterfront

SuperhostIsle of Anglesey, Wales, ir-Renju Unit
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OPEN FOR BOOKINGS FROM 1st Aug.
Harbours Edge is a small, cosy newly-converted studio flat on the harbour-side in Cemaes Bay. You walk straight out onto the harbour side and watch the maritime activities on your doorstep - boats coming and going out of the harbour, children crabbing on the pier, people fishing or just soaking up the beautiful scenery from your water's edge seating area
Harbour’s Edge is furnished in a modern coastal style in a beautiful seaside village with plenty of amenities

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Harbour's Edge is ideally suited to 2 people but can sleep three as there is a double bed and a small sofa bed. There is space to store bikes, kayaks and beach/walking equipment in the large hall. Guests have a harbourside outdoor seating area from which many of the scenes from the BBC drama “Pitching In” were filmed in 2018. Actors including Larry Lamb and Hayley Mills used the flat as a base while filming.

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The flat is well equipped with an electric cooker, microwave, kettle, toaster, washer-dryer, fridge, small freezer, TV, log-burning effect electric fire, hairdryer, iron, ironing board and radio. Travel cot and high chair are available with notice (we may have to wrestle them off the grandchildren...)

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The accommodation is all on the ground floor with one small step over the front door. Unfortunately wheelchair access may not be possible due to the narrow interior door into the flat
OPEN FOR BOOKINGS FROM 1st Aug.
Harbours Edge is a small, cosy newly-converted studio flat on the harbour-side in Cemaes Bay. You walk straight out onto the harbour side and watch the maritime activities on your doorstep - boats coming and going out of the harbour, children crabbing on the pier, people fishing or just soaking up the beautiful scenery from your water's edge seating area
Harbour’s Edge is furnished in a modern coastal style in a beautiful seaside village with plenty of amenities

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Harbour's Edge is ideally suited to 2 people but can sleep three as there is a double…

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Isle of Anglesey, Wales, ir-Renju Unit

Visitors come here to walk the Anglesey coastal path, enjoy the three beaches, swim in the bay, eat and drink in the local pubs and restaurants and have a wonderful time in the place which the Dalai Lama called "the most peaceful place on earth"
Cemaes is the most northerly village in Wales and was originally an ancient fishing village. The village includes a sheltered natural harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea and is a site of an ancient settlement that in more recent centuries has become a centre for maritime activities (as well as smuggling and piracy).

The harbour is a integral part of the village. At the right times you can see fishermen return with their haul (Cemaes Bay lobster is shipped all over the world). You can go on fishing trips from the Harbour and boat trips to many of the surrounding areas of interest. In May and June the islands known as The Skerries are full of arctic terns and puffins and it is possible to go on a boat trip to view them

Cemaes Bay has three sandy beaches – originally named ‘Traeth Mawr’ (Big Beach), Traeth Sincio (Sinking Beach – don’t panic – you only sink a few inches) and Traeth Bach (Little Beach) which are separated by a natural stone harbour that looks to the Irish Sea. At high tide you may hear the tidal bell chime as the waves roll to and from the beach.
Around the village you will probably see lots of images of Cemaes in the old days. You may also encounter lots of flower displays. The local gardening group, Cemaes in Bloom, maintain the village’s floral displays, and in recent years the village has won prizes with both Wales- and Britain-in-Bloom competitions.

The village provides a great base to explore all of Anglesey – especially the coastal path. Whether you go east or west from Cemaes you will find plenty of deserted beaches and desolate cliff tops to explore. If you enjoy photography, the area in and around the village provides some great sights and scenes for you to capture. The sunsets can be spectacular.
To the immediate east there is the Porth Padrig beach, dominated by the large quartz rock known as the White Lady and Llanbadrig church – where St Patrick was shipwrecked and subsequently founded a church in 440 AD. Next to the church is a wooden bench where the Dalai Lama sat when he visited the area, declaring it to be ‘the most peaceful place on earth’.
Between the end of the 18th and beginning of the 20th century the village was noted for producing salted herring, building ships, and brick construction from a nearby works. The brickworks was served by a narrow gauge tramway down to the sea


The Surrounding Area
Anglesey is renowned for its miles of stunning and varied coastline offering wonderful walking and cycling, renowned birdwatching, excellent watersports, fishing and many quality golf courses. The well-known Sea Zoo, Pili Pali (Butterfly World) and a variety of National Trust properties and gardens are all within reach of Cemaes
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Milqugħ minn Dave

Ingħaqad fi Mejju 2018
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Retired, lives on Anglesey and runs a charter fishing boat
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We obviously need to be COVID compliant so may need to modify our interaction of the sake of our guests and ourselves.
We live upstairs so always try to greet guests on on arrival and are usually around for advice and information on Cemaes and the surrounding area. Dave was the Harbour Master for many years and we both have boats on the harbour and are happy to share information on anything nautical. Dave's boat is available to charter for fishing and pleasure trips
We obviously need to be COVID compliant so may need to modify our interaction of the sake of our guests and ourselves.
We live upstairs so always try to greet guests on on a…
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