My husband and I stayed here with our 3 children (10,6 & 2 years) for a weeks get away to Trearddur Bay, with a set of parents joining us for just a few days.
It’s really easy to find just being the next turning past the Seacroft Restaurant which was great. When we arrived the owners were there in residence in their home located on the bottom floor. We drove up the long drive to the end and parked right near the front door to the apartment we were staying in. Both residences a lovely couple called Sarah and Jonathan greeted us, both were extremely welcoming including their dog Bunker (a very gentle adorable dog who was very friendly).
When we went in we had to climb some very steep stairs to reach the apartment, through a door to the kitchen which was well furnished with lots of appliances, washing machine, dryer (located in the top of the stairs cupboard), dishwasher, microwave and essentials.
The bedrooms were a good size, bedroom 1 the master bedroom with double bed, drawers and wardrobe space, a smaller bedroom with double bed accessible by just a narrow walk way with drawers and then bedroom 3 having 3 single beds in the largest of the bedrooms with wardrobe and drawer space.
There’s a bathroom room with shower over bath and toilet, the shower pressure was not the best, but did the job. There is then a single toilet in another smaller bathroom, but no sink to wash your hands.
The lounge area was a good size with 2, 3 seater couches and 3 more upright chairs, the views from 3 different windows were amazing, especially to watch the sun set. You also overlook the Seacroft Restaurant as well, which is lovely to hear people enjoying them selves.
The apartment is literally on the beach for 2 of the smaller bays, and then just a couple of minutes walk to the main stretch of beach, up the hill and down to the bay.
While there I would recommend eating in the following restaurants, the Seacroft was lovely, friendly staff and food was good. The Black Seal was very good, the food was by far my favourite in there, then the Sea Shanty Cafe, which we were pleasantly surprised by, the food was really good in there too. I would highly recommend you book all 3 as they book up very fast indeed. The details for these can be found in a folder in the apartment which was great.
Overall a great stay here and would recommend for groups/ families with older children due to the steep stairs and there being no stair gates.
Few things to bear in mind if looking at this apartment;
1- Please note that there is comfortably enough room to turn 1 car round at the top, anything additional would be a challenge, but ample parking for up to 3 cars.
2- Bin situation was a bit of a nightmare, every Monday the bins are collected, so you are asked to split all your rubbish into 6 boxes/ bins that you have to pull down on Sunday night to the bottom of the long drive, so 2 days into your holiday you have to empty the previous tenants bins.
3- this is a first floor apartment for young children the stairs were extremely steep indeed and my heart was in my mouth every time we went up and down them.