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The booking via Sykes was very 'user-friendly', done very easily by helpful and friendly staff, and follow up emails quick and efficient.
Mrs Kirby, Tilbury, Essex, April 2013
The ease with which the booking was made. The person I spoke to was friendly and helpful. The booking process was simple.
Mrs Jones, Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff, April 2013
We have used Sykes on a number of occasions and have always been happy with the service.
Mrs Fisher, Halesowen, West Midlands, April 2013
A conservationists dream.
Mr Newman, King's Lynn, Norfolk, April 2013
The Welsh Coast hugs the country along three of its sides for 750 miles, offering a heady mix of beaches, peninsulas, harbours and seaside resorts. The National Trust protects parts of the most scenically splendid areas. Coastal paths follow most of the shoreline, with plans in the pipeline for an 'All Wales' route. Water sports and wildlife watching opportunities are fantastic. And scattered here and there are some delightful Welsh Coast cottages. Let's whet your appetite with some highlights...
First stop, the North Wales coast, home to timeless attractions like Llandudno and Conwy, with the magnificent Snowdonia National Park a welcome neighbour. Just off the coast is the isle of Anglesey, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a firm favourite with families and water sports' enthusiasts. The AONB status continues along the Llyn Peninsula, stretching out into the Irish Sea and renowned for its mild micro-climate, breathtaking beaches and superb sailing conditions. Continue south to the resort of Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary, a picture postcard backdrop where the mountains kiss the sea.
Linking the north with the south is the Ceredigion Heritage Coast of Cardigan Bay, a stretch highly blessed by Mother Nature and home to bottle-nosed dolphins and grey seals. Next, the Pembrokeshire Coast, boasting the UK's only coastal National Park, numerous award-winning beaches and a host of historic castles. Add the longest beach in Wales at Camarthen Bay, dazzling scenery and mind-boggling sunsets on the Gower Peninsula...the list goes on.
Wherever you stay, a Welsh Coast cottage holiday will leave a lasting impression!
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The Cottage | Llaneilian near Amlwch, Anglesey | Anglesey
Delightful, small, stone cottage adjoining owner’s home in Llaneilian village, Anglesey. Cosy romantic retreat in idyllic coastal location. Excellent walking, water sports & golf.
Gables Retreat | Trearddur Bay, Isle of Angelsey | Anglesey
A cosy single-storey apartment in Trearddur Bay. Open plan living, patio, short walk from the superb sandy beach and village amenities. Holyhead 2 miles.
Pant-y-Bugail Apartment | Tynygongl near Benllech, Anglesey | Anglesey
Delightful self catering Anglesey cottage apartment. Comfortable, well-equipped accommodation. Sea and mountain views. Excellent walking, cycling and watersports. Benllech beach 1.5 miles.
Tal Poncau Bach, 2 Tal Poncau | Tal Poncau near Dwyran, Anglesey | Anglesey
Cosy, semi-detached, single-storey Anglesey holiday cottage accommodation. Modern, open plan living area. Excellent beaches, walking, golf and watersports nearby. Newborough 3 miles.
Min-Y-Don | Aberffraw, Anglesey | Anglesey
A pretty coastal cottage, located on the banks of a tidal river estuary in the village of Aberffraw. Magnificent, unspoilt views of sand dunes and beyond. A fantastic cottage for families and friends alike. Rhosneigr 4 miles.
The Gallery Apartment | Rhosneigr, Anglesey | Anglesey
Charming first floor Rhosneigr self catering apartment, just 150 yards from the wonderful sandy beach. Quality comfortable accommodation, decking with sea views, heart-of-the-village location.