Rhianfa was built circa 1898 as a hotel and then largely extended in the 1970's. Prior to our client's ownership, the property was arranged as 7 self catering apartments and although now running as an established and successful 10 bedroom B & B, the property offers great scope for various uses. Set in approximately 1 acre of well maintained grounds with a double garage, outbuildings and ample parking the property benefits from a lovely position set back off the road with wonderful views from most room across open countryside and some with views across the headland towards the sea. Further benefiting from oil fired central heating and partial double glazing, the accommodation exudes much character and comprises - Entrance porch and entrance hall with a mosaic tiled floor, a warm and inviting breakfast/morning room and dining conservatory both with oak effect laminate flooring. There are two en-suite double bedrooms to the ground floor with a further two en-suite double bedrooms to the first floor along with a family suite with two bedrooms and an en-suite shower. To the second floor, there are the two remaining family suites, one of which has two bedrooms and an en-suite bathroom and the other having two bedrooms, a further room and en-suite shower. The guest accommodation has been upgraded to an excellent standard over recents years with tasteful bathrooms and decoration earning a wonderful 'Visit Wales' 4 STAR grading. The owners accommodation off the main entrance hall comprises - Hall, downstairs WC, the B & B kitchen, study/office and a most impressive kitchen/breakfast room with solid oak flooring and a good range of modern kitchen units. The owners lounge is a comfortable room with a character stone feature fireplace and multi-fuel stove, there is also a large conservatory and to the first floor, 3 double bedrooms and a family bathroom (the master bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower and balcony with views over the garden to the headland and sea). The books will be made available to serious buyers subject to qualifying criteria.
19' 5'' x 13' 7'' (5.91m x 4.14m)
17' 1'' x 12' 10'' (5.20m x 3.91m)
Doorway from the breakfast/morning room to the -
Bedroom One (Double)
13' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.96m x 3.05m)
Bedroom Two (Twin)
13' 8'' x 12' 8'' (4.16m x 3.86m)
Stairs from the entrance hall to the first floor landing
Bedroom Three (Double)
16' 4'' x 13' 0'' (4.97m x 3.96m)
Bedroom Four (Double)
13' 1'' x 9' 10'' (3.98m x 2.99m)
Bedroom Five (Family Suite)
0' 0'' x 0' 0'' (0.00m x 0m)
Comprising - Small hall, Bedroom (double) 13'7" x 12'7" En-suite Shower and a Twin room.
Bedroom Six (Family Suite)
Comprising - hall, two bedrooms (double & Twin) 14'10" x 9'8" and 11'5" x 9'3" and an en-suite bathroom
Bedroom 7 (Family suite)
Comprising sitting/dressing room with en-suite shower room, a double bedroom 13'2" x 9'6" & twin room.
Kitchen (Serving the B & B)
14' 8'' x 7' 7'' (4.47m x 2.31m)
12' 4'' x 11' 6'' (3.76m x 3.50m)
Family Kitchen/Breakfast room
19' 3'' x 14' 0'' (5.86m x 4.26m)
16' 2'' x 14' 8'' (4.92m x 4.47m)
18' 5'' x 14' 8'' (5.61m x 4.47m)
17' 1'' x 10' 3'' (5.20m x 3.12m)
14' 2'' x 12' 5'' (4.31m x 3.78m)
To the rear
An Interesting garden being mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees, an ornamental garden pond with a timber decked area, 3 raised box vegetable plots, a 12' x 8' poly tunnel and a hen house with a hen run. Also to the rear, is the timber boiler house (housing the oil fired boiler) and the double garage plus the outbuildings comprising - laundry, old stable and two stores (one of which has been converted to a 'teen den' with flooring, power and light).
To the Front
A large well maintained lawn with a focal rockery border containing a variety of shrubs. There is a raised patio area adjacent to the property and the garden benefits from a range of mature trees and shrubs. There is also a play area with swing and tyre swing. The lawn sweeps around the right hand side of the property and the gravel driveway is located to the left hand side opening to a generous parking area.
We have been advised that the property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
We have been advised Freehold - Purchaser's solicitor should confirm.
Bull Bay is centred around a picturesque rocky inlet close to the town of Amlwch on the north coast of Anglesey. There are two nearby hotels, a most challenging 18 hole golf course and the famous Anglesey coastal path is close to hand running along the cliff tops towards Cemaes Bay (often porpoises can be spotted on a clear day). Within approximately 1.7 miles, you will find the historic Port town of Amlwch with its shopping/social amenities, schools, doctors surgery and leisure centre. Slightly further afield, there is the beautiful seaside village of Cemaes Bay with it's wonderful sandy beach. (Ferry port of Holyhead with it's mainline railway station, approx 20 miles, Menai Bridge approx 18 miles, University City of Bangor with it's mainline railway station approx 20 miles)
From Menai Bridge and Four Crosses, take the A5025 (Amlwch road) and proceed for approximately 17 miles. Continue through Amlwch and proceed towards Bull Bay passing Bull Bay Golf Course on your left. Continue around a left hand bend and up the hill where Rhianfa is located after a short distance set back on the right hand side.