Step inside and up a steep narrow stair, this place is cosy and compact, yet somehow manages to feel airy, roomy and light. As one guest remarked – “it is hardly little!” With high ceilings and plenty of light pouring in we have to agree it is the perfect bolthole for two. You can be nicely private here on the first floor, just sit and watch the world go by in the bright sitting room from the comfy sofa. Talk about a room with a view! There’s a smartly-equipped, gleaming kitchen where you will find a homemade cheesecake upon arrival – lovely to come home to after an invigorating walk. The slate table sits proudly in the centre of the kitchen begging for long dinners together. The bedroom is dressed with hearty purple bedding and restful cream walls to frame that view. The shower room is off the bedroom and is small and sweet.
Everyone loves Beaumaris. Down each street a tiny gallery, quirky independent shops, a delicious restaurant, an old pub to try the local ales in – and with history enveloping you everywhere you walk you cannot help but fall in love with this wonderful Georgian seaside town. Stroll along the seashore first thing in the morning and you will have only the sound of the sea for company. With views across the Straits to the mountains of Snowdonia, then along to Puffin Island, your head will clear immediately. They say the sea has restorative powers – we have to agree! Whether you choose to walk beside it, swim in it or perch on a bench just watching it you will come away from this break knowing you are rested.
Penmon is a hop away to the North East and Menai Bridge, with more great eating places and walks, to the North West. All can be reached within minutes by car or at a more leisurely pace along the Anglesey Coastal Path. Boat rides, castle tours, walking, cycling, swimming, sailing, paddle boarding the list just goes on. The only decision is deciding what to do that day!
Or simply stay put and hunker down if you prefer peace and quiet. With views aplenty and a comfy sofa to relax into why not just grab some much needed solitude, safe in the knowledge that the beauty of Anglesey will be there waiting for you in an hour or two.
- Sleeps 2
- Changeover day is a Friday
- Short breaks available most of the year
- Small dogs invited (extra £20 and only 1 per booking)
- Kitchen with dining table
- Sitting room
- Master bedroom with double bed
- Shower room en suite
- Music system
- Kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, oven and hob
- Fridge/ freezer
- Private off road parking for a small car
- Views of Beaumaris Castle
- No smoking
- Please note: a 30% deposit (excluding last minute bookings) and a £20 booking fee is required at the time of booking
“My second trip to Little Hideaway. Will be back again in the future – hopefully quite soon. Love it!” (January 2018)
“Great start to 2018. We loved it! Thank you.” (New Year 2017 2018)
A fab Christmas, perfect location and a cosy place to stay.” (Christmas, 2017)
“Thanks for sharing this place with us. Beaumaris is a lovely place to stay. Dramatic scenery but so blowy during the storm! When we could walk we visited Newborough, Lligwy and Red Wharf Bay. Love the individual shops in Beaumaris. You must visit the Antique shop on Church Street. Really sweet, cosy and excellent soft furnishings and quirky pieces. Thursday evening is Beaumaris Lifeboat training and it is great to see it return from sea.” (October 2017)
“Lovely place to stay. Will definitely come again. Cheesecakes delicious also thank you for the tea and coffee supplies. Much appreciated.” (September 2017)
“Beautiful stay and such a comfy bed!” (September 2017)
“A lovely place. Very pleasant, comfortable and clean. Will not hesitate to book again.” (August 2017)
“We love it here. A perfect spot! We will be back to do more of the Anglesey Coastal Path!” (August 2017)
“A beautiful place to stay. Lovely decor and such high quality. Lovely town with amazing views. Thank you.” ( July 2017)
“We enjoyed our stay. Accommodation is very good even when the weather isn’t! Local facilities are excellent. Best coffee and cake is on the bowling green. Tapas bar and Pier Cafe restaurants also very good. The local bus was very handy. Thank you.” (June 2017)