Bodafon Park Lodge
26 Oct

Bodafon Park Lodge

The Lodge at Bodafon Park, located on the outskirts of Benllech, spacious self-catering accommodation. It is well situated and provides a good base with easy access to the Anglesey Coastal Path and enjoyable walks to local beaches, Having two bath/shower rooms and separate toilet, it is particularly ideal for a family and advantageous for the disabled. Family friendly. Lovely to sit on the patio for morning coffee and watch the world go by with such beautiful views.

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No 23 Maes Hyfryd
26 Oct

No 23 Maes Hyfryd

No 23 Maes Hyfryd is an attractive modern two-bedroom bungalow within the picturesque eastern Anglesey fishing village of Moelfre. A short 5-10 minute walk will take you to the village of Moelfre and to beaches along the Anglesey Coastal Path with stunning views of Red Wharf Bay, Puffin Island and Llandudno.

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Llwyn Dona
26 Oct

Llwyn Dona

Llwyn Dona is the ideal base for summer holidays and winter escapes. An attractive, spacious holiday bungalow located in the quiet cul-de-sac of Gwel Y Dona within walking distance of Red Wharf Bay. Sleeping six, Llwyn Dona presents ideal accommodation for families wishing to explore the region and enjoy a holiday by the seaside.

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Llwyn Collen
26 Oct

Llwyn Collen

Llwyn Collen, Llanddona, Beaumaris, self-catering holiday cottage, provides cosy and well presented accommodation. Set within the hamlet of Llanddona near Beaumaris, it has fine views out towards Snowdonia. A short drive from Llanddona beach, a long sandy beach located at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay, a great beach for paddling, bathing, beach combing and walking! Dogs welcome.

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Kings House
26 Oct

Kings House

Kings House is a superb historic residence originally built around the 1740s. The property is a beautiful surprise, waiting behind an unassuming doorway, situated in a row of properties close to the historic castle, gaol and courthouse in the historic town of Beaumaris. Close to the beach. A lovely 4* coastal holiday cottage, sleeps 12, ideal large group accommodation with the added bonus of a hot tub!

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Hunter’s Lodge
26 Oct

Hunter’s Lodge

Set in idyllic rural surroundings, Hunters Lodge is a stone-fronted semi-detached cottage on one level. The owners have completely renovated this historic outbuilding into a stylish, luxury cottage and the accommodation has recently been graded as the ‘very best standard’

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Hafod
26 Oct

Hafod

Hafod, Moelfre, self-catering holiday home with large enclosed rear garden and stunning far reaching sea views. Dogs welcome. Close to beach. Hafod is situated just fifty yards from the sea within a small development on the edge of the village of Moelfre. You are able to see Llandudno, Puffin Island and Red Wharf Bay. A two minute walk will take you to a pebble beach and the famous Anglesey Coastal Path for you to enjoy.

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Guillemot
26 Oct

Guillemot

Guillemot, Beaumaris, 4* self-catering Victorian mid-terraced holiday cottage. This deceptively spacious cottage has undergone extensive renovation and refurbishment to offer stylish but comfortable accommodation. It is maintained to a high standard. Enclosed rear garden. Centrally located. Close to beach. Idealy located for walking and cycling in the area.

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Foel Ferry Cottages
24 May

Foel Ferry Cottages

Foel Ferry Cottages, holiday cottages, ideal large group accommodation. A complex of three delightful cottages in a garden ‘courtyard’ setting with ample parking for all. Situated on the Anglesey shore of the Menai Strait in a wonderfully scenic location immediately opposite Snowdon with Caernarfon Castle to the right and the yacht harbour of Y Felinheli […]

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Cycling on Anglesey
08 Apr

Cycling on Anglesey

Cycling – Anglesey loves cyclists! Two of the UK’s nine national cycle routes (route 5 and route 8) can be found here on Anglesey.Coastal Blo Cycling gives you the chance to enjoy a change of pace, experience all the natural beauty that Anglesey has to offer and really enjoy the unspoilt scenery and rolling landscapes […]

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Anglesey’s Coast
14 Mar

Anglesey’s Coast

Anglesey is one of the largest Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Wales. Designated in 1966 and covering 95% of the Anglesey coast, its diverse and spectacular coastline supports a very great variety of attractive landscape features. We invite you to come and explore our stunning coastline and decide for yourself what you think […]

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Anglesey’s Wetland Wilderness
26 Feb

Anglesey’s Wetland Wilderness

The UK’s second largest expanse of fens can be found in Wales and includes four National Nature Reserves (NNRs). Cors Erddreiniog on Anglesey is the largest of the three on Anglesey, which also has Cors Bodeilio and Cors Goch; the fourth is Cors Geirch, which is on the Lleyn Peninsula. It is the alkaline water […]

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One of the most admired and successful painters of the Welsh landscape, Gwilym Prichard, has died.
09 Jun

One of the most admired and successful painters of the Welsh landscape, Gwilym Prichard, has died.

Born in Gwynedd in 1931, Mr Prichard painted and taught on Anglesey before moving to France, then Pembrokeshire. Following the death of Sir Kyffin Williams in 2006, he was considered by many as the senior figure in Welsh landscape painting. Mr Prichard died on Sunday at the home he shared with wife and fellow artist […]

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Anglesey beaches gain international awards
26 May

Anglesey beaches gain international awards

Six famous Anglesey beaches have gained prestigious Blue Flag awards for 2015 to rank them among the world’s best for water quality and to ensure that they are among the best family-friendly beaches in Britain. The blue flag award is issued by the Foundation for Environmental Education which rates beaches on safety, facilities and environmental […]

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Searching for Llanddona
05 May

Searching for Llanddona

Many people have told us that Llanddona is their favourite beach on Anglesey with spectacular views and vast, unspoilt, golden sands. In many ways it is Anglesey’s most secret beach known only to those intrepid enough to explore the narrow lanes and testing terrain that lie between the well known holiday resorts of Benllech and […]

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Changes at Bodnant Gardens in Snowdonia
09 Apr

Changes at Bodnant Gardens in Snowdonia

After 140 years things are changing at Bodnant. Bodnant is one of the most beautiful gardens in Britain, situated above the River Conwy with views across the valley to the Snowdonia mountain range. There are distinctly different elements of the garden which all add to its appeal. The upper garden around Bodnant Hall consists of […]

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Welsh names rebranded to boost Chinese tourism
02 Mar

Welsh names rebranded to boost Chinese tourism

‘Healthy-lung Village’ is a close translation of the Chinese phrase designed to describe Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwlllantysiliogogogoch because you need good lung power to say it in one go. ‘Silver Peak’ is a more straightforward depiction of Mount Snowdon. What is it all for? It is part of a campaign devised by Visit Britain to attract more Chinese […]

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Round Anglesey Yacht Race
14 Jul

Round Anglesey Yacht Race

Anglesey is an island with a proud seafaring tradition, fantastic sailing conditions and an abundance of sailing regattas. The Round Anglesey Yacht Race is a legendary sailing race that was established in 1966. Originally it was a two day event with sailors enjoying an overnight stop at Holyhead but later it became a non-stop circumnavigation […]

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