Savills | The Bodior Estate, Rhoscolyn, Holyhead, Gwynedd, LL65 2RX | Property for sale
127.76 to 258.59 Ha(315.70 to 639 Ac)
Guide price £2,500,000 -​ £7,750,000($3,018,125 -​ $9,356,188)

The Bodior EstateRhoscolyn, Holyhead, Gwynedd, LL65 2RX

  • Available in lots

Key features

  • Attractive Grade II listed country house with 11 principal bedrooms & flat
  • Beautiful grounds and a courtyard of traditional stone barns
  • Extensive coastal frontage including beaches – one private beach has its own stone beach hut
  • An in-hand home farm including a substantial detached 5 bedroom farmhouse – Bryn Bela - and range of modern farm buildings
  • Rich biodiversity with extensive habitats including sand dunes and rocky outcrops
  • Excellent in hand shoot
  • Detached three bedroom farmhouse and a pair of semi-detached cottages
  • Additional houses and cottages which are let and/or used as holiday lets generating additional income
  • In all about 639 acres (258 hectares)

An outstanding coastal estate with a diverse income stream and endless amenity, leisure and environmental opportunities and beaches

About this property

  • The Bodior Estate is an outstanding coastal estate with a diverse income stream from residential, agricultural and commercial lets. Its coastal position, close to the highly desirable Rhoscolyn on Holy Island, means there are endless amenity, leisure and environmental opportunities. At its heart is an attractive Grade II listed country house, along with a home farm, a pair of semi-detached cottages and a modest farmhouse. There is a substantial range of modern and traditional farm buildings together with an in hand farming operation. In addition, Bodior includes a number of well- quipped holiday cottages. The Estate boasts extensive coastline, including a number of beaches – some of which are private, and one includes a stone castellated beach hut. The area is within the Isle of Anglesey's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and attracts an abundance of wildlife. The diverse land types, including productive pasture, rough grazing, wet pasture, rocky outcrops and sand dunes, along with the coast, means there are endless opportunities for delivering environmental benefits and enhancing wildlife. In total the estate extends to 639 acres (258 hectares) and is available as a whole or in Lots.

    For more information about the estate, please download a copy of the full brochure or contact Rhydian Scurlock Jones or Louise Harrison to obtain more details.

Bodior is a very unique offering - its coastal position, close to the highly desirable Rhoscolyn on Holy Island, means there are endless amenity, leisure and environmental opportunities. This is the first time it has been on the market since the 1950's.

Louise HarrisonProperty agent

Local information

  • The Bodior Estate is situated within the Isle of Anglesey's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), known for being one of the most distinctive, attractive and varied landscapes in the British Isles. The estate is located on the south-east corner of Holy Island, approximately 1.6 miles from both Rhoscolyn and the Four Mile Bridge.
  • Rhoscolyn and Trearddur Bay are two of the most popular and sought after holiday destinations in the north west. Rhoscolyn lies in the south western corner of Holy Island, looking out into the Irish Sea towards the Lleyn Penninsula. The scenery is dramatic, a rocky coastline with numerous inlets, coves and many small offshore islands. Trearddur Bay is notably one of Anglesey's best beaches, boasting the prestigious Blue Flag award. Trearddur Bay is perfect for water sports with sheltered conditions. Behind the beach is a long promenade with local coffee shops, leisure shops and eateries.
  • Llangefni on Anglesey (14 miles) offers a host of local amenities including supermarkets, independent shops, cafes, restaurants, primary and secondary schools, along with a lively open-air market. The Menai Bridge is 20 miles east providing access to mainland Wales and further afield, Bangor has a wide range of amenities and is very accessible (23.6 miles), whilst the historical city of Chester is approximately 82 miles.
  • Holy Island is well known for its beautiful sandy beaches, many coves and wildlife, as well as its coastal path. It is popular for watersports, sailing, diving and kayaking. In addition to coastal activities, there are golf courses at Holyhead and Trearddur Bay, along with horse riding, cycling and climbing. There are a number of good pubs and restaurants in proximity, The White Eagle (1.5 miles) is a popular choice for both residents and visitors.
  • Bodior includes some incredible sandy beaches and stretches of
  • coastline as well as rocky outcrops. The largest beach is Silver Bay which is a long and beautiful sandy beach. There are some smaller private beaches and inlets. Bodior is well placed for fishing including dabs, plaice and shrimps, there is also access to offshore fishing where catches will include sea bass, grey mullet, flounder, sea trout and flat fish and rays during the summer months. With access to private beach inlets, private mooring for a boat is available – it is particularly sheltered around Cymyran.