Category Archives: Anglesey Holiday Information

Special Offers
18 Oct

Special Offers

Special Offers and Last Minute Holidays Grab a last minute bargain or one of our fantastic self catering holiday cottage special offers Cottages - Sleep 8 Cottages - Sleep 4 Cottages - Sleep 7 Cottages - Sleep 2 Cottages - Sleep 6 Cottages - Sleep 5 Sleeps 8  Back to top  Cable Cottage – 10% [...]read more »
Caernarfon
04 Apr

Caernarfon

Caernarfon Caernarfon is a royal town, community and port in Gwynedd, Wales, with a population of 9,615. Dominated by King Edward I’s impressive medieval fortress, built to secure his foothold in Wales after the death of the last Prince of Wales. Caernarfon’s Royal connections go from ancient Celtic chieftains to the present day, with the […]

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Anglesey Towns
04 Apr

Anglesey Towns

Anglesey Towns and Villages Anglesey (Ynys Mon in Welsh) is situated off the north west coast of Wales near the Snowdonia mountain range. It is reached by two bridges, the Menai Bridge and the Brittannia Bridge. Anglesey has quaint towns and villages as diverse and interesting as its landscape.  Anglesey also has the village with [...]read more »
Anglesey Information – Things to Do and Tourist Attractions
04 Apr

Anglesey Information – Things to Do and Tourist Attractions

Anglesey – 125 miles of spectacular coastline Set off the coast of North Wales, and a short drive from Liverpool or Manchester, lies the beautiful and diverse Isle of Anglesey, which boasts over 100 miles of spectacular coastline within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Island’s variety is its special attraction, and because of […]

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24 Feb

Booking Process

Booking Process Booking is easy. You can call our reservations team for advice and bookings (01248 430190) or book online; quick, easy to use and secure. Our easy to use, friendly website offers live availability and prices online. Search and book your ideal accommodation with Coastal Holidays. Online Booking: If you wish to book online […]

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24 Feb

Frequently asked questions

Help and Information, everything you'll need to know about booking one of our holiday cottages Tags: Deposit, faq, heating, help, questions, towels Thank you for visiting our website. We want you to enjoy the very best holiday experience with Coastal Holidays, from the way we deal with your initial booking to when we hope you'll [...]read more »
24 Feb

Booking Information

Booking Information Booking Fee A £25 booking fee is applied to all bookings: Short Breaks There are many short breaks available on this website. If you cannot see the break you are looking for then use the following guide to find the price:- 6 nights = 95% of the weekly rate 5 nights = 82% of […]

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Contact Us
24 Feb

Contact Us

Contact Coastal Holidays Send us a quick email or call us on 01248 430190 Name* First Last Email* Subject*Message* This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms. jQuery(document).ready(function($){gformInitSpinner( 1, 'http://cdn8.coastalholidays.net/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/images/spinner.gif' );jQuery('#gform_ajax_frame_1').load( function(){var contents = jQuery(this).contents().find('*').html();var is_postback = contents.indexOf('GF_AJAX_POSTBACK') >= 0;if(!is_postback){return;}var form_content = jQuery(this).contents().find('#gform_wrapper_1');var is_confirmation = jQuery(this).contents().find('#gform_confirmation_wrapper_1').length > 0;var is_redirect = contents.indexOf('gformRedirect(){') [...]read more »
Beaches in Snowdonia & Llyn
23 Jun

Beaches in Snowdonia & Llyn

Beaches in Snowdonia & Llyn With nearly 100 miles of coastline, there is an abundance of beautiful beaches around the three sides of the Lleyn (Llŷn) Peninsula. The south coast of Llŷn is often referred to as the Welsh Riviera, with its long sandy beaches and calm seas. The north and western coasts are more […]

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Beaches on Anglesey
23 Jun

Beaches on Anglesey

Beaches on Anglesey Anglesey boasts 125 miles of spectacular coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The coastline of Anglesey offer a wide range sandy beaches and rocky coves, perfect for fun at the sea side.   1. Llanddwyn Beach Spectacular views from this long sandy beach backed by dunes, in a conservation area. […]

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Beaches in North Wales
23 Jun

Beaches in North Wales

Beaches in North Wales Anglesey boasts 125 miles of spectacular coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The coastline of Anglesey offer a wide range sandy beaches and rocky coves, perfect for fun at the sea side. Anglesey has over a hundred miles of beaches ranging from seemingly endless golden stretches of sand to […]

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19 Jun

Blue Flag

Blue Flag Beaches on Anglesey On Anglesey, in 2015 the prestigious European Blue Flag status was awarded to beaches in Benllech, Church Bay, Llanddona, Llanddwyn at Newborough, Porth Dafarch and Trearddur Bay. Blue Flag Beaches Blue Flag is a prestigious, international award scheme which acts as a guarantee to tourists that a beach or marina […]

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19 Jun

Dog Friendly Beaches

Dog Friendly Beaches Dogs are welcome to the miles and miles of wonderful sandy beaches to be found on Anglesey and the Lleyn. There are 125 miles of coastline on Anglesey and 100 miles on the Lleyn Peninsula. They both have some amazing sandy beaches that seem to stretch forever. There are also small rocky […]

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19 Jun

Anglesey Beaches

Anglesey Beaches Anglesey boasts 125 miles of spectacular coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The coastline of Anglesey offer a wide range sandy beaches and rocky coves, perfect for fun at the sea side. Accommodation by the sea side Cottages, farmhouses and apartments in Anglesey and Snowdonia which are close to the seaside. […]

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19 Jun

Pet Friendly Pubs and Eateries

Pet friendly pub and eateries Pet Friendly Pubs and Eateries Dog friendly guide to pubs, cafes and restaurants in Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales where dogs are allowed inside. For friendly cottages in Anglesey, North Wales, please browse our great range of cottages listed below. Book online, phone or email. Pet friendly [...]read more »
19 Jun

Regular ‘Poochy’ Questions

Poochy Questions   The answers you need to keep you and your dog happy on holiday. For information on dog friendly beaches, great dog walks, where your nearest vet or pet shop is and local dog friendly eateries and pubs, click on the links below: Are there any good dog walks nearby?Are there any local […]

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Coastal’s ‘Top Dog’ Walks
19 Jun

Coastal’s ‘Top Dog’ Walks

Top dog walks on Anglesey The Welsh Coastal Path is within easy access of most Coastal properties on Anglesey and the Lleyn. It provides spectacular scenery for some memorable dog walks. There are numerous sign-posted circular walks which offer beach, heath and forest walks. For dog friendly cottages in Anglesey, North Wales, please browse our great [...]read more »
19 Jun

Pet friendly Home

Pet friendly holiday accommodation Pets and dogs are allowed in most of our holiday properties. We have a great range of pet friendly holiday cottages in North Wales. Pet and dog friendly accommodation in Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula. Enjoy a full day's romp exploring the mountains of Snowdonia before returning to one of our [...]read more »
18 Jun

How To Get To North Wales

How To Get To North Wales North Wales is easy to get to, by car, rail or air. North Wales rail links are good and it’s less than 3 hours by train from London Euston and only a couple of hours by car from Manchester, Liverpool or Birmingham. By air, transfer times of less than […]

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18 Jun

North Wales Weather

Weather report for North Wales and Anglesey Check out the weather report for Anglesey, North Wales. 5 day Weather Forecast for Menai Bridge, Anglesey. Holiday weather report. How is the weather? Why not check out our Special Offers for a last minute getaway moWWidgetParams="moAllowUserLocation:true~moBackgroundColour:white~moColourScheme:blue~moDays:5~moDomain:www.metoffice.gov.uk~moFSSI:352609~moListStyle:vertical~moMapDisplay:side~moMapsRequired:CloudAndRain~moShowFeelsLike:true~moShowUV:true~moShowWind:true~moSpeedUnits:M~moStartupLanguage:en~moTemperatureUnits:C~moTextColour:black~moGridParams:weather,temperature,wind,feelslike,warnings~"; This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widgetread more »
Days Out In Snowdonia
18 Jun

Days Out In Snowdonia

Places To Go For Days Out In Snowdonia Snowdonia boasts a wealth of history, culture, industrial heritage and fine architecture which is reflected in the large variety of attractions. There are so many places to visit that we aren’t able to list them all but here are a selection. Please check to ensure they are […]

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Menai Bridge
18 Jun

Menai Bridge

Menai Bridge Walk from the shopping centre along narrow side-streets, following the shoreline under the world’s first large iron suspension bridge towards Church Island for views – over the whirlpools of the Menai Strait – to Robert Stephenson’s rail bridge. Return along a woodland path that leads to a former schoolroom, where a heritage display […]

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Cemaes Bay
18 Jun

Cemaes Bay

Cemaes Bay The most northerly village in Wales, Cemaes is set on Anglesey’s wildest and most unspoilt stretch of coastline, most of which is now cared for by the National Trust. Originally a fishing village, it became a centre for shipbuilding and exporting marble and limestone, used to build many of Liverpool’s buildings. Maritime activity […]

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Benllech
18 Jun

Benllech

 Benllech The award winning main beach at Benllech is a long stretch of rich golden sands backed by cliffs. Benllech is a prime sport for long seaside walks or across the cliff path to the neighbouring village of Moelfre. A short walk round the headland at low tide takes you to Red Wharf Bay. Alternatively […]

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Anglesey – the activity island
18 Jun

Anglesey – the activity island

Anglesey – the activity island Anglesey, a Welsh island set in a Celtic sea against the backdrop of the ancient mountains of Snowdonia, boasts a 125 mile coastline with mighty cliffs that provide challenging opportunities for climbers, a haven for nesting birds, and beautiful sandy beaches which offer a watersports playground. The Anglesey coastline will […]

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Anglesey – the nature island
18 Jun

Anglesey – the nature island

Anglesey – the nature island RSPB Cymru started work in Wales in 1911, protecting roseate terns on Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, but now, 100 years later, there is a wealth of nature reserves on the island. South Stack The cliffs at South Stack provide a home for thousands of seabirds to raise their young. Guillemots, razorbills, […]

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Anglesey Heritage and History
11 Jun

Anglesey Heritage and History

Anglesey Heritage and History Anglesey is steeped in history boasting a wealth of heritage sites, museums and galleries. Historians will love the mediaval wonders of Beaumaris Castle and the stately home of the Marquess of Anglesey,at Plas Newydd on the Menai Straits. The isle of Anglesey, once called the Mother of Wales, has lots of […]

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