Anglesey is many things. It is a place that inspires, a place that appeals to all the senses – a place to see, hear, taste, smell and feel. It is a place to get away from it all. But most of all, Anglesey is a place to get out and do!
From the minute you cross one of the bridges you’ll see stunning landscapes, unspoilt coastlines and picturesque towns and villages that are just waiting to be explored. Miles of scenic walks on the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path and cycle paths await you, as do some of the best water based activities.
There is so much to be discovered, from the islands rich culture and heritage and wonderful gardens to the unusual ‘moonscape’ landscapes that are home to an extraordinary amount of plants and wildlife.
Much of our coastline has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and come rain or shine our fabulous beaches offer something for everyone – vast stretches of sand, swimming for the children and windswept bays where a bracing walk and rock pooling are the call of the day.
The island boasts 125 miles of coastal paths which traverse areas of outstanding national beauty; 6 blue flag beaches and a rich history . We are on dedicated cycle routes for those keen to explore the island on and off road. Anglesey is a fantastic place to holiday with amazing scenery, wonderful beaches and so much to explore. The island is conveniently located for access to the Snowdonia National Park, Caernarvon and Conway castles and should you wish to venture further afield you can take a ferry to Dublin.
Nestling in 3.5 acres the setting for the cottages is magical. A large meadow with views over to the sea estuary at Malltraeth ; an acre of woodland with seating and pathways , orchards and a wonderful tree house in the big ash tree. The gardens are rich with wildlife with numerous bird species (including our resident woodpecker) pheasants, owls and butterflies ? all of which offers a great place to relax and have fun. The surrounding area is working farmland and dependent on the time of year you may see grazing cattle, sheep or Shetland ponies