ANGLESEY - AN IDYLLIC ISLAND IN NORTH WALES
A huge coastline with breathtaking beaches
From golden sands to rugged dunes, there is a beach for everyone.
Visit the jaw dropping Newborough, surrounded by pine forest, or discover the white powder coves you will be the sole walker on.
The Anglesey coastal path is a circular walk route of 125 miles taking in the varied and dramatic coastline.
SITES & LANDMARKS
History and nature paradise
There are ancient villages, stately homes, castles, churches and lighthouses to explore.
Plas Newydd is one of the finest homes in the UK and open to the public.
Beamauris castle is the fairytale backdrop to the already pretty tourist town and look out for red squirrels in many of the ancient woodlands. Don't miss South Stack lighthouse, Parys Mountain or Caernarfon castle.
From cosy pubs to Michelin star
There is a fantastic array of pubs and restaurants on the island, many serving locally sourced produce.
The local pub - The Gazelle - is fantastic with friendly staff, great drinks & food menu plus just 200m away!
Other choices include the nationally recognised 'Marram Gras', the 'Oyster Catcher' and the fabulous tapas at 'The Midland'.
Fishing, sailing & sports
Water babies will love the sea opportunities on the island. Fishing, sailing, rib rides and watersports including the new 'E-foil' available from Menai Bridge, and so much more. Anglesey beach house has its own slipway and direct sea access from its private beach.
WALKING / HIKING
Bring your walking boots! Not only is there the Anglesey coastal path, a complete 125 mile loop of the island with a truly dramatic landscape of sea edge cliffs and hidden coves, but many inland walks.
Take in lakes, fields and waterfalls as you explore this breath taking rural region.
Snowdonia, Wales' largest national park is just 30 minutes drive away. Challenge yourself by climbing infamous Snowdon or get the furnicular to the top. Other adventures include Zipworld, the fastest zip-wire in Europe.
KIDS DAY OUT
Lot's of fun family activities!
See the Anglesey sea zoo and identify many species of fish. Visit the Gypsy Wood, Green Wood, Pili Palace where the meerkats live among the butterflies, or just get a bucket and spade and head to one of the beaches. See the Snowdonia zip world with trampolines in a slate mine and zipwires. Local playgrounds, farmyards and just the great outdoors: simply what kids love best.
Explore the area
On and around Anglesey are many great places to visit. Rhosneigr, where the sandy dunes and rough seas attract the kite surfers. Benllech and Lligwy are popular sandy beaches. Moelfre, a traditional village has the wonderful Anne's Pantry cafe and the ever popular Abersoch is just 40 minutes drive away.
Bangor, Conwy and Caernarfon on the mainland are all easily accessible.
Fresh local produce
Anglesey has an abundance of fresh produce, from Welsh lamb and other local meats to freshly caught seafood including seabass, Menai Mussels and oysters. You can even pick mussels off our beach! Be sure to try the local goats cheese and of course, Anglesey sea salt. Visit the Aber Falls gin distillery and stock up on their varied flavours.
Visit local farmshops and markets for a huge variety of products for your stay and to take home.