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best places to stay in anglesey

Make your next adventure to the tiny isle off mainland Wales an unforgettable one! Discover the most enticing and unusual places to stay in Anglesey, promising to inspire that sense of wanderlust.

Fancy escaping to your own private island for a week or perhaps you’d prefer a cliffside retreat with striking views of the iconic Britannia Bridge? Whatever Anglesey accommodation you are after, we are sure to offer it!

Keep reading to discover 10 unusual places to stay in Anglesey…

1. Paradwys (Ref. 1011569)

Paradwys (Ref. 1011569)

Positioned on the magnificent Red Wharf Bay is our first unusual place to stay in Anglesey.

Paradwys is a stunning detached property, promising you and your loved ones a slice of paradise. Soak up the coastal views before entering the spacious open-plan living room, enjoying a bright and airy ambiance.

Enjoy sociable moments with loved ones, whether it be cooking, dining or entertaining with a stunning coastal view as your backdrop. Use the impressive conservatory as a space to relax or simply look out to sea with your favourite vinyl playing. Bliss!

For those more active, find a well-equipped home gym, complete with stunning sea views to keep you motivated. For more relaxing moments, venture onto the patio area where a bubbling hot tub is awaiting. Enjoy an indulgent dip as you again, enjoy your surroundings after an action-packed day of exploring.

2. Manadwyn (Ref. 1008914)

Manadwyn (Ref. 1008914)

If a house that feels like it’s about to set sail isn’t unusual, what is?

Built into a cliffside and overhanging the water at high tide, Manadwyn is a great option for those seeking Anglesey accommodation, but with a twist.

With most windows looking out to sea and ever-changing views of the moving tide, boats and wildlife, you are sure to be enchanted.

Amidst the boutique interior, you can simply relish in some catch-up time with loved ones or gaze out to the famous Menai Strait. For even better views, venture to the roof terrace to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Watch the birds dip in and out of the glistening flecks of sea, against the backdrop of the iconic Britannia Bridge.

3. Ynys Castell (Ref. 1009123)

Ynys Castell (Ref. 1009123)

If you’re seeking a UK holiday where you are a causeway away from the nearest human, then this unique place to stay in Anglesey may be for you!

Ynys Castell is an impressive dwelling, sitting on its very own island off Anglesey. Giving you a sense of adventure from the outset, access the property via a tidal causeway and enjoy stunning 360-degree views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia.

After enjoying your scenic journey to the island, head into the characterful property to unwind. Light up the fire and get cosy on the plush sofa, as you flick through the channels of the TV. Alternatively, settle at one of the picture windows and soak up the views of your surroundings, a sight that you will never forget.

Summer afternoons can be spent meandering the mature gardens. Look forward to discovering the quaint areas, where garden furniture offers an alternative spot for enjoying a wine or two.

When the tide is low, find yourself wandering to the town of Menai Bridge. Here, you will find a plethora independent eateries and shops, as well as access to the all the things to do in Anglesey.

A truly quirky place to stay in Anglesey.

4. Rockside (Ref. 1008996)

Rockside (Ref. 1008996)

Find our next unusual place to stay in Anglesey on the stunning west coast, in the popular seaside village of Trearddur Bay.

Another Anglesey accommodation that offers sublime sea views, Rockside promises to be the ultimate escape to tranquillity. A perfect place to bring family and friends to, to share a memorable holiday to this stunning part of Wales.

Perch yourself at the bay window within the sitting room, whilst younger guests of the group will be delighted by the games room. In here, you will find a variety of books, toys and games, as well as a Smart TV with Netflix, guaranteeing hours of fun!

From here, stroll to the pebble beach directly below the property via the private access. You and your loved ones can spend summer afternoons here, soaking up the sunshine and admiring your settings. This is just one of the many Anglesey beaches that can enjoyed whilst at this Anglesey place to stay.

5. Llety’r Bugail (Ref. 951657)

Llety'r Bugail (Ref. 951657)

If you are seeking a unique place to stay in Anglesey, then what could be better than a shepherd’s hut?

Llety’r Bugail is a snug accommodation on a working farm, close to Holyhead. The open-plan living room provides space for cooking up tasty meals, whilst the decked outdoor area is a great spot for enjoying your meals and the far-reaching views.

After catching the final glimpses of sunshine, snuggle under the sheets of the double bed. The soothing crackle of woodburning stove offering a gentle warmth as you catch your rest.

Within the surrounding area is a plethora of things to see and do, including visiting the bustling town of Holyhead, with its many shops and eateries, or enjoying birdwatching at Breakwater Country Park, or perhaps a coastal walk to further enjoy the views.

Return to the warmth of Llety’r Bugail after enjoying one of the best North Wales coastal walks.

6. Gardd Nainey (Ref. 1045962)

Gardd Nainey (Ref. 1045962)

The charming abode of Gardd Nainey is a wonderful place to stay in Anglesey.

Found in the delightful seaside village Rhosneigr, this luxury log cabin boasts a stylish interior design offering a relaxing escape all year round.

Marvel at the Scandinavian elegance of the open-plan living space, home to a compact yet well-equipped kitchen and a sumptuous sitting area. Step across the timber clad flooring and settle for dinner at the table, with the large glass doors providing those typical Anglesey views.

A stone’s throw away from this Anglesey place to stay are Rhosneigr’s two beautiful sandy beaches, Traeth Crigyll and Traeth Llydan. Or, venture slightly further afield to the shores of Newborough Beach, where you will find the majestic Llanddwyn Island to discover everything you need to know about St Dwynwen’s Day.

7. Bryniau (Ref. 1021041)

Bryniau (Ref. 1021041)

Perched on the coast of Holy Island is our next quirky place to stay in Anglesey, Bryniau.

Enjoy the imposing impression that the house offers from the outset, as well as the spectacular sea views! With its many special features and wonderful coastal position, Bryniau is perfect for families and friends!

After a day of adventure, head to the heart of the home, the open-plan living room, where natural light pours into the room from the full length windows. Kick back and relax on the plush seating arrangement to marvel at the views, whilst dinner simmers on the hob in the kitchen.

Why not get a closer look at the views by enjoying a spot of alfresco dining? The contemporary balcony area is a great spot to gather with your loved ones to create ever-lasting memories!

8. Ty Canol (Ref. 979123)

Ty Canol (Ref. 979123)

Tucked away amidst two acres of private garden, you and your loved ones are sure to love this endearing and isolated retreat, Ty Canol.

The interior design has been completed with a touch of opulence, boasting several stylish features. Snuggle up on the leather sofa whilst the suspended woodburning stove sets the ambiance for this unique holiday.

The refreshing aura of the property continues into the three double bedrooms, each one boasting elegant furnishings, whilst younger guests will be delighted by the twin bedroom and its striking feature wall of sea creatures!

Come evening, pour yourself a glass of something and head out onto the balcony to soak up the views of the Malltraeth Estuary. Afterwards, take a dip into the bubbling hot tub for an indulgent way to close the evening.

Truly one of the best places to stay in Anglesey.

9. Ty Biwmares (Ref. 1021856)

Ty Biwmares (Ref. 1021856)

Ty Biwmares forms part of Capel Seion, a 19th century Italianate-style chapel structure by architect Evan Thomas. Since its time as a place of prayer, it has been listed for its special architectural interest, so you are promised plenty of unique charm and character.

Push open the grand door and step over the original tiled hallway to find the welcoming sitting room. Recline into the comfort of the sofa and be encompassed by the traditional ceiling features of the chapel.

When dinner calls, venture up the staircase to find the huge open-plan living area, making a perfect spot for socialising. From the magnificent stained glass windows, the impressive chandelier and feature bear accompanying you for dinner, you are sure to be memorised by this property.

If you can bring yourself to leave this quirky abode, head into the centre of Beaumaris. Here, you will find a medieval castle and plenty of places to eat and drink! For a day out with a difference, take a boat trip to Puffin Island or travel to the Snowdonia National Park for even more outdoor adventure.

10. West Mouse View (Ref. 1009114)

West Mouse View (Ref. 1009114)

Our final place to stay in Anglesey is the romantic bolthole of West Mouse View. This endearing studio rests in a secluded spot, which is hard to beat!

The refreshing colour palette throughout makes this a delightful space to come back to each evening. You are your partner can make use of the quality appliances arranged in a contemporary assortment, before settling down for a meal at the table, positioned perfectly for the views!

Open up the sliding doors during to summer months to allow a cool breeze to filter in, or take your meals outdoors to enjoy the various seating areas.

Retreat to this unique place to stay in Anglesey after enjoying one of the many ultimate Anglesey walks.

Looking for more quirky places to stay in Wales? How about one of these unusual places to stay in North Wales? For more tips for things to see and do, check out our handy North Wales travel guide

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