For me, as a fell runner and walker this was the perfect get away from it all. With beautiful scenery from every direction, a beach just a few minutes walk away and fantastic hilly woodland trails literally on the doorstep, this accommodation had it all. Eifion and Catherine were the perfect hosts, (always said hello or waved in passing and were also on site should any assistance be needed).
The accommodation was everything you could want and self catering was made a breeze with a good microwave, hob and oven (although I didn't need to use the oven).
It had a very comfortable lounge/dining area with tv (digital content included radio stations too) for later evening entertainment; although just sitting and watching the fabulous sunsets, the boats in the distance and the array of swallows, wagtails, sparrows and buzzards as well as the countryside ambience was enough to unwind and relax to, after a good days hiking or running.
With a few pubs close by (a very short drive away), and a very well stocked Spar/Subway/Costa's and Texaco Petrol station (all in one building), just about a mile and a half away everything you would need is on hand.
Drive a little further up the road from Pentreath, and the town of Almwch (northern Anglesey), can be found and if the beach is your thing, then there are plenty of narrow lanes with beach access and good parking facilities all along the way. (The sea does go out for quite a way on this side of the isle - so plenty of rock pools to enjoy - or beach running).
The farthest point west in Anglesey (Holyhead) is just about an hours coastal drive away (although you can make that a much shorter journey by getting on the main A55 expressway) but it would be a shame to miss such beautiful rugged downs and views on offer along the way.
Holyhead Mountain can also be accessed from the Breakwater Country Park and is also worth a visit.
If turquoise seas and sandy beaches is your thing then head off to Rhosneigr, you wont be disappointed.
However, if like me you prefer to ditch the car and explore on foot, then just go up the road from 'Yr Onnen' and follow the well marked Coastal footpath. I followed it to Beaumaris and then the road way back to Pentreath. a good 19 mile walk with loads to see including red squirrels, and the occasional adder and grass snake, not to mention the absolutely fantastic coastal views with Puffin Island in the distance with the back drop of the Snowdonian Mountain range made for a stunning scenery.
Really glad I stumbled upon this wonderful base and would love to return at some point in the future to explore some more of Anglesey's delights.
Many Thanks to Eifion and Catherine for a wonderful comfortable stay.
Lovely people enjoyed our stay only one problem the shower tended to go hot and cold but would no doubt will visit again so peaceful also the caravan was very clean on arrival we found tea milk and cakes
Needed some relaxing quite time well that is exactly what we got it was perfect . The lady who owns the caravan is a lovely lady and her family stay in the other caravan such a lovely family and even though they have children they are no bother at all . The caravan has such an amazing view straight over to red wharf bay which in fact it is a nice walk in fact there is lots of lovely walks around . The caravan has everything in it that you could want and we will deffently try and book it again
The location was ideal for relaxing, going for walks,bird watching. You do need a car because it,s a bit off the beaten track but well worth the effort, the views over Red Wharth bay are stunning you could just sit outside the caravan and do nothing. It is very quiet and peaceful and Catherine and Eifion are lovely they make you feel very welcome. We will definitely be going back.