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Anglesey holiday cottages

65 properties found
Menai Bridge, Anglesey

Fflat Cocos @ Nos Da

211

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7 nights

£468 - £759

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Caernarfon, North Wales

Caer Bach

211

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7 nights

£431 - £730

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Llanerchymedd, Anglesey

The Dairy

2111

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7 nights

£421 - £674

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Menai Bridge, Anglesey

Fflat Cynan @ Nos Da

211

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7 nights

£558 - £934

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Llanerchymedd, Anglesey

The Barn

2111

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7 nights

£449 - £702

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Anglesey, North Wales

Island Hide

2111

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7 nights

£529 - £1,027

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Newborough (4 mls E), North Wales

Paws Retreat

2213

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7 nights

£486 - £817

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Llangefni, Anglesey

Bryn Triban

321

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7 nights

£406 - £722

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Llanerchymedd, Anglesey

Swallow Cottage

3211

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7 nights

£528 - £881

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Benllech, Anglesey

Cwt y Bugail

3211

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7 nights

£447 - £864

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Benllech, Anglesey

Tan Dinas Lodge

421

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7 nights

£693 - £1,062

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Llanerchymedd, Anglesey

Owl Cottage

4211

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7 nights

£512 - £982

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Holiday cottages in Anglesey

A journey across the impressive Menai Suspension Bridge takes you from the mainland of North Wales to this magical Island. Stunning Anglesey beaches await you here, with 125 miles of coastline to explore: broad sandy beaches, soaring sea cliffs, watersports, and dog-friendly beaches, the choice is yours when you stay in one of our quality Anglesey holiday cottages.

There are beaches for everyone to explore from your cottage in Anglesey, from the surfing and windsurfing beaches near Rhosneigr, the family-friendly sandy beaches at Red Wharf Bay and Benllech, the dog walking beaches and spectacular views at Newborough, or the pebble beaches and rock pooling beaches at Moelfre and Cemaes Bay. For great country walking follow the Anglesey Coast Path, all 125 miles of it, this goes all the way around the island and takes you through many AONBs (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Many fabulous circular walks can be enjoyed, or make use of the local buses for linear walks.

Anglesey has many pretty coastal villages and harbours from where you can explore ancient maritime history. Beaumaris has a medieval castle and gaol and good shops and Menai Bridge also has some interesting independent shops. The village of Moelfre has a very popular Sea Watch Centre and stunning sculptures commemorating the shipwreck of the Royal Charter. Rhosneigr is an all-year destination, very popular with surfers and kite surfers, whilst the larger town of Holyhead is where you can take trips over to Ireland from. Benllech is also a popular family seaside resort. Take a look at our holiday cottages in Anglesey by the sea and find your perfect coastal retreat. 

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is famous for its very long name! The interior of Anglesey has many places of historical interest along with golf clubs, nature reserves for bird watching and horse riding centres. The food and drink scene here is thriving with many highly rated restaurants and cafes along with an abundance of locally produced goodies available from farm shops and local supermarkets. 

We have a great variety of Anglesey holiday homes across the island, to suit all tastes and budgets so look at our Anglesey cottages and browse our selection. Be it for a romantic getaway, a short weekend break, a summer family holiday, a hot tub cottage, or a last-minute getaway, you're sure to find something to suit you for your holiday in North Wales

Best places to stay in Anglesey

Amlwch - Llangefni - Malltraeth - Pentraeth - Trearddur Bay - Rhosneigr - Cemaes Bay - Beaumaris - Moelfre - Holyhead - Benllech