Affording breathtaking views over Angelsey toward Snowdonia, this listed windmill conversion was featured in Grand Designs magazine for its thoughtful and clever design.
Dating back to 1780, this gorgeous Grade Two listed windmill known as Union Mill now has a vibrant and contemporary design inside that includes slate floors, bean bags and bright sofas. The interior layout is rather quirky, reflecting its 237 years, narrowing from the kitchen level via a steep, winding staircase to reach three other levels of living space, with curving whitewashed walls reminiscent of a cave. Reaching the top floor living room, it's impossible not to be awe-struck by those 360 degree views and the backdrop of Snowdonia - a stunning setting and vantage point from which to explore this picturesque area of Wales. Back on ground level, large patio doors open out to reveal a sun-filled patio, where you can enjoy breakfast on the lawn or just soak up the sun.
With amenities and sleeping for up to six people in total, Union Mill is as much a romantic getaway as it is family bolthole, with two bedrooms and an additional sleeping area for two in a day wing room. You can even bring your four legged friend with you, making it the perfect dog-friendly retreat.