While the island of Anglesey is easily accessible, the tranquil beauty of the area will make you feel like
you are a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This is one of the main reasons
why holiday cottages in Anglesey are so popular, and we are sure that once you’ve been, you will want
to head back year after year for your little taste of paradise.
Situated on the North West tip of Wales, Anglesey island is well known for its golden beaches and
stunning historical sites. Holidaymakers can get there from the mainland using the Britannia Bridge or
th Century Menai Suspension Bridge which is a sight in itself for those heading to enjoy the
unparalleled beauty of the island.
Luxury Cottages in Anglesey
Luxury self-catering cottages in Anglesey are one of the finest ways to enjoy everything that the area has to offer, giving you the freedom to go off an explore at will but also providing you with high quality accommodation of your own for when you want to come home from a fun-filled day of adventuring up and down the Welsh coast. With properties such as Beachcomber cottage in Borthwen, guests will be perfectly situated to visit Anglesey’s Holy Island which includes the South Stack cliffs and lighthouse, gorgeous coastal paths and the South Stack RSPB Nature Reserve where you can spot rare wild birds. The area also boasts an amazing year-round programme of festivals celebrating local food, music and culture for those wanting to immerse themselves in their holiday destination.
If exploring long, luscious beaches with man’s best friend is your thing, then our luxury dog friendlycottages in Anglesey will be just up your street. Properties such as Celyn y Mor makes the perfect Anglesey seaside holiday home and is just a short walk to the fantastic, sandy beach in Rhosneigr. This newly built eco house is the ideal destination for a big family or group of friends wanting to unwind, together or in your own space.
Trearddur Bay, Gwynedd
Beaumaris , Anglesey
Borthwen , Anglesey
Capel Coch, Anglesey
Capel Coch, Anglesey