The Fisherman's Pad is the perfect place for a break! A ground-floor, open-plan studio apartment - set in a quiet location - in the popular seaside village of Rhosneigr. Just a short stroll to the main beach and a 10 mt walk to the village centre.
The Fisherman's Pad is a charming sea-side inspired and situated holiday flatlet. There are 2 twin beds in the sleeping area and a travel cot available free of charge for any tiny tots! A fouton is available for older children (or a single adult.)
The bathroom is modern and spacious and the kitchen fully stocked with pots and pans, crockery and utensils, fridge, microwave, oven, hob, toaster and kettle!
The terraced garden is a wonderful little suntrap - an ideal space to enjoy breakfast outside in the mornings and barbecues in the evening!
Accès des voyageurs
The flatlet enjoys its own parking space to the front of the property and private garden to the rear via the french doors adjacent to kitchen area.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
As I live above The Fisherman's Pad in separate accommodation, I'm on site to meet and greet you, advise and help out as/if needed - and share any recommendations eg. places to visit and eat!
CLEANING FEE - £30 per booking
CHANGEOVER DAY - Flexible
JULY & AUGUST - minimum stay of 5 nights
The property has a COIN METER that takes £1 coins to cover electricity costs. £5 is automatically credited to the meter with each booking, and in summertime, this is generally sufficient to cover a 3 night stay.
There's a LIBRARY in the village which doubles up as a very friendly and helpful Tourist Information Centre. It also provides free access to the Internet.
No more than 3 adults or one couple and up to 2 young children can occupy and use the property in any single booking.
Self-catering (welcome pack provided)
No smoking inside property.
No pets (sorry!)
Please keep noise to a minimum between 10.30pm - 7.30am.
Please drive slowly onto and out of premises.
Check in time: After 3pm
Check out time: By 11am
Hi! I'm Paula! Born and bred in Wales, the land of "Legend...love and contrast" as the poet Brian Harris describes it!
Just before retiring from a long career in teaching some years ago I purchased a home on the lovely Isle of Anglesey and recently converted the very spacious garage into holiday accommodation. I spend much of my time by the seaside, reading, walking, sea-gazing and writing!
Beyond Wales, I have travelled widely and always loved the opportunity of meeting people and making new friends. My travels have taken me far and Australia, all across South America, to North America, North Africa, Europe and the Far East where I lived and worked for several years as an English Teacher.
With "music in my blood" as the bard might say, I always enjoy a good sing-along (especially folk music!) And of the many other things I would find difficult to "live without", I'd have to include Sunshine, Laughter, Friendship and Thai Cuisine! Trader Joe's giant pretzels should get a mention too!
Wales is a country of great charm and natural beauty... I relish every opportunity of welcoming newcomers to the small parcel of it I call Home to experience for themselves a portion of that "poetry to the soul" Wales imparts to the visitor and sojourner. I count it a real privilege to play a small part in that experience.