Anglesey Guide


At just over 275 square miles, Anglesey is the fifth largest island surrounding Great Britain and is situated off the North Coast of Wales. It is attached to the main land by the stunning Menai Suspension Bridge which was built in 1826. Once you’ve crossed the first modern suspension bridge in the world, take a deep breath and enjoy the beautiful natural landscapes that Anglesey has to offer.

The unique point about this largely welsh-speaking island is that much of Anglesey’s 125 mile coast line has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in order to protect its exquisite sand dunes, coves, cliffs and countryside.

With small towns and villages scattered around the island, and Holyhead Mountain making a striking impression on the Anglesey horizon, anybody who enjoys the great outdoors would love visiting the Welsh beauty that is on offer here.

Stay in one of our self-catering cottages so you can take the time to explore Anglesey in all its glory.


Although small, Anglesey has many attractions and activities

Attractions & Activities

Anglesey is the perfect location for coastal activities from scuba diving to boat trips

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Beaches on the Isle of Anglesey


Many of the stunning beaches on Anglesey have won either a seaside award, or been designated as 'Blue Flag' beaches. A visit to this island isn't complete without seeing the magnificent coastline.

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Food Festival


Anglesey is only a small island that holds a few festivals and events throughout the year. For more details on events, take a look at Snowdonia which is a short drive away from Anglesey.

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Anglesey Golf Club

Golf Courses & Clubs

From beginners to professionals, all golfers will be impressed with the golf courses that Anglesey has to offer.

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Cycling Mountain Biking on Anglesey

Cycling and Mountain Biking

With circular traffic free routes and wonderful road cycling around this picturesque island, Anglesey welcomes every type of cyclist.

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South Stack Lighthouse on Anglesey

Nature Reserves

Much of the coastline of Anglesey has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This makes the island perfect for nature reserves.

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Walking on Anglesey

Walking on Anglesey

Whether the whole focus of your holiday is walking, or you just fancy a stroll as a break from the beach Anglesey has a lot to offer.

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