A new boutique guest house is set to welcome visitors to the North Wales seaside village of Rhosneigr, when it opens its doors on the 8th of December 2022.
The six-bedroom property with a self catering lodge, Driftwood, promises guests the facilities of a luxury hotel, but with the warmth and friendliness of a Welsh guesthouse, with rooms offering stunning views across the sea, mountains, RAF Valley and Starvation Rocks.
Refurbished to a high standard with six fresh new rooms set over three floors and a luxury self catering lodge, the owners of Driftwood are re-opening the property positioned as a luxury boutique guest house and lodge, situated just a few minutes walk from the sea, with a variety of room options catering for families, couples, and even animal lovers.
Guests will be treated with en-suite rooms, complete with egyptian cotton linen, complimentary wifi, and a smart TV connected to major film and TV apps. Rooms also offer additional luxuries including complimentary toiletries from Anglesey’s Cole & Co, tea and coffee facilities with local biscuits from Aberffraw, complimentary chilled water and bathrobe and slippers provided to every guest.
Two of the bedrooms offer family-sized sleeping arrangements, with optional Z bed and travel cot available, and animal lover’s are also accommodated with a dog-friendly room.
In addition, the residential annex has been transformed and refurbished into a luxury self-catering lodge, with its own separate entrance and outdoor seating area, allowing guests complete privacy. Named ‘Driftwood Lodge’, the annex features a king-size bed with en-suite shower, and comes complete with a kitchenette with all amenities including a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and oven, alongside a dining area.
Bringing much-needed accommodation to the area, Driftwood is located in the beautiful village of Rhosneigr, situated on the west coast of Anglesey. Offering Green Coast award-winning coast, the village has two golden sand beaches, which are particularly popular with wind and kite surfers, attracting enthusiasts from all over Britain.
Visitors to Driftwood will be in prime location to explore Anglesey island with plenty of rural trails and scenic countryside, stretching a 120-mile perimeter and taking in views of the Eryri Mountains and Llyn Peninsula.
Matthew Bullas and Katherine Owen, owners of Driftwood, and directors of Rhosneigr Ltd, said: “We are delighted to re-open Driftwood in the beautiful village of Rhosneigr and are looking forward to welcoming guests to our beautiful coastal pocket. We have a variety of rooms available to cater for families, couples and solo travellers, who we hope will be comfortable in the quiet surroundings of our boutique guesthouse.
“With the island set up to accommodate holidaymakers looking for everything from great restaurants to adventure sports, from golf to nature walks, Driftwood is perfectly located to provide a relaxed retreat in the well-designed luxury rooms at the end of an active and enjoyable day.”