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Large detached cottage in village of Pencarnisiog on Isle of Anglesey. Family bedrooms, large garden and outdoor games room. Beach at Rhosneigr 3 miles. (Ref. 8321)
7 nights from £588Find out more
A superb ground floor bungalow in the small village of Llanfair-yn-Neubwll. Children’s playground, enclosed garden, table tennis, pool table. Hot tub and BBQ hut. Beach 1 mile. Trearddur Bay 5 miles. (Ref. 912186)
7 nights from £738Find out more
Detached Cemaes Bay cottage, over two floors of an Edwardian villa with amazing sea views and flexible accommodation. Amlwch 5 miles. (Ref. 5636)
7 nights from £995Find out more
A superb, detached coastal cottage with luxury, open plan living accommodation a short stroll from Red Wharf Bay. En-suites. Two woodburners. WiFi. Secluded patio with hot tub. Beaumaris 6 miles. (Ref. 919855)
7 nights from £1153Find out more
An impressive period Anglesey holiday home, set in over an acre of parkland, a short walk from the beach and village amenities. Full of original features and two open fires. A delightful family getaway. Pentraeth 0.6 miles. (Ref. 21923)
7 nights from £1286Find out more
Attached to the mainland by a bridge, Anglesey's natural
setting is hard to beat - an island of rolling landscapes fringed
by 125 miles of magnificent coastline, with the Snowdonia Mountain
Range creating a striking backdrop. No wonder artists and
photographers stay here so much.
Our Anglesey cottages are great for family holidays, with
award-winning sandy beaches made for buckets and spades, shell
seeking, rock pooling, paddling, swimming and every water sport
There are other attractions too such as the Anglesey Model Village, with landmarks like Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch station! Bottle feed baby animals at Foel Farm Park, spy conger eels at Anglesey Sea Zoo, or meet exotic butterflies at Pili Palas. Even if it rains, entertainment is provided.
Most of the coastal region is an Area of Outstanding Natural
Beauty and one of the best ways to soak up the scenery is from the
Coastal Path. There are also circular walks covering special
interest subjects like bird-watching.
The RSPB Reserve at South Stack Cliffs is a must-see, free to enter attraction - enjoy close encounters with guillemots, razorbills and puffins caring for their young; even glimpse porpoises and dolphins off the coast.
Explore history from your Anglesey holiday cottage..
Historians will relish the medieval wonders of Beaumaris Castle
and Plas Newydd, the Marquess of Anglesey's home on the Menai
Straits. Learn about the island's ship building and mining
heritage at Copper Kingdom, with its weird lunar landscapes. Or
step back in time on Llanddwyn Island, part of the Newborough
Warren National Nature Reserve.
So, whatever your age or taste, an Anglesey cottage holiday is a
Choose wonderful holiday accommodation in stunning Anglesey
Crammed with all kinds of quality properties, our Anglesey holiday rentals seriously take some beating. Stylish barns converted to the highest standards, sometimes with top-notch extras like hot tubs and games rooms. Gorgeous stone cottages just minutes from soft, Blue Flag sands. Big, family-sized houses, many with breathtaking sea views. Contemporary apartments, olde-worlde farmhouses and everything in between. In fact, our collection of Anglesey holiday lets offers something for everyone, whether you're planning an impromptu winter escape or two weeks away in the middle of the summer holidays. Many of our holiday rentals on Anglesey also offer seasonal deals and last-minute offers - a great way to sneak in an extra holiday without breaking the bank. Our ever-growing range of accommodation on Anglesey is highlighted below, or you can check particular dates and prices using our search facility above. Just think, in no time at all you could be relaxing in one of our holiday lets on Anglesey, a truly special island off the coast of North Wales.