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Anglesey holiday cottages

Anglesey holiday cottages

Why go on holiday to Anglesey?

Anglesey is an island off the north-west of Wales that is attached to the mainland by bridge. The island is a true escape and has 125 miles of stunning coastline filled with several award winning beaches. The striking backdrop created by the Snowdonia Mountain Range adds to the stunning coastline. It’s not surprising that artists and photographers visit the island so often. 

As soon as you complete the crossing of one of the bridges, you’ll immediately see the stunning landscapes, famous coastlines and feel all your problems disappear.

Things to see on holiday in Anglesey

Regardless of how long your trip to Anglesey is, it probably won’t be long enough to do everything. There is simply so much to see and do on the island! That doesn’t mean you can’t try and if you don’t get to do everything you want, what’s stopping you from visiting again?

There is so much to see simply by walking the coastal line. Most of the coastal region is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). AONBs are some of the UK’s most cherished and outstanding landscapes and perhaps the best ways to soak up the scenery is from the coastal path.

If you enjoy walking, we recommend climbing Holyhead Mountain, the highest point to experience superb distant views to Snowdonia. Otherwise, Llanddwyn Island has picturesque views that will make you get your camera or smartphone out.

Other sights to see include Beaumaris Castle, the last castle built under Edward 1 in the 13th century; the Copper Kingdom’s unique landscapes; and dingle nature reserve, a 25 acre wooded valley.

Things to do on holiday in Anglesey

The castles, harbours, ancient burial chambers, museums and galleries make it easy to escape into another century in Anglesey.

Plas Newydd is a country house that used to belong to the Marquess of Anglesey. Now under National Trust ownership, the house is open to the public. Found on the bank of the Menai Strait, there are truly magnificent views of Snowdonia.

For birdwatchers, South Stack Cliff Reserve is a must. There are dramatic views of the cliffs and it won’t be long until you see a guillemot, razorbill or puffin. Dolphins and porpoises might also be in view too!

If nothing else, things can be made much simpler. The award-winning beaches such as Lligwy Beach are hard to resist. So if all else fails, a trip to the beach with a bucket, spade and picnic can be all you need. If you’re lucky you might spot a seal or dolphin!

The best holiday cottages in Anglesey

We want to make sure that you book a vacation property that is best for you, so that your holiday in Anglesey is the best that it can be. We give you so much variety and choice that it’s easy to find exactly what it is you’re looking for. With so many beautiful areas of the Anglesey, the choice is yours for what area suits your interests most.

Take a closer look at our range of holiday lets and apartments in Anglesey below.

Booking a holiday cottage in Anglesey

We have an array of holiday cottages and self-catering apartments to rent on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, off the north-west coast of Wales. Those available in Anglesey are displayed below.  To find the best one for you, use our filter options to the left, to narrow down what’s available, until you find your favourite.

At any point, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about booking a holiday cottage in Anglesey – we’re happy to help with questions about the cottages and to give you advice before you go ahead and book.