Anglesey Holiday Activities for all ages
09 Nov

Anglesey Holiday Activities for all ages

Anglesey holiday activities for all ages. Come over to Anglesey and make the most of the wonderful family fun and adventure sport this island has to offer. There is plenty of peace and tranquility, ancient history and great cuisine. But if you want an adrenalin rush, Anglesey can give you that as well, here are […]

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Anglesey Red Squirrels
02 Nov

Anglesey Red Squirrels

Go Red Squirrel Spotting at Newborough Forest Anglesey is a haven for the Red Squirrel. Newborough Forest is well known as one of the endangered Red Squirrel’s strongholds. If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of one of the rare native species, introduced into the forest by the Anglesey Red Squirrel Project. The squirrels […]

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Autumn in North Wales
22 Oct

Autumn in North Wales

Autumn in North Wales Autumn in North Wales has plenty to offer its visitors, from relaxing weekends for food-lovers; outdoor adventures along the coastal path and forest trails for enterprising ramblers; expeditions to ancient monuments for enthusiastic amateur historians. Anglesey never ceases to be amazing. There is history and beauty wherever you turn. The golden […]

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Rainy Day Fun in North Wales
12 Oct

Rainy Day Fun in North Wales

Okay, I admit it. Sometimes it rains in North Wales. Luckily there are plenty of things to do in North Wales when it’s raining, at a great range of indoor attractions in North Wales and on Anglesey. Here’s some great ideas for when it rains. Rain or shine, you can climb at the Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon! Designed, […]

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Looking for dog friendly cottages on Anglesey?
05 Oct

Looking for dog friendly cottages on Anglesey?

OUR FAVOURITE COASTAL DOG WALKS Looking for dog friendly cottages on Anglesey? The picturesque island of Anglesey is ideal for a dog friendly holiday at any time of year. Whether you and your pooch like exploring the sandy beaches or discovering dense forests, there are plenty of dog friendly things to do on Anglesey. Check […]

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RSPB Nature Reserve, South Stack Lighthouse and a circular walking route.
28 Sep

RSPB Nature Reserve, South Stack Lighthouse and a circular walking route.

South Stack is an island situated just off Holy Island on the northwest coast of Anglesey. Home to the RSPB Nature Reserve, South Stack Lighthouse and a circular walking route. South Stack cliffs Nature Reserve is a wonderful reserve made up of heathland and farmland set on a stretch of dramatic sea cliffs. The historic […]

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Cemaes Bay. Great Beach, Pretty Village, Breathtaking Coastal Walk
21 Sep

Cemaes Bay. Great Beach, Pretty Village, Breathtaking Coastal Walk

Cemaes Bay, Anglesey Cemaes is a gorgeous, unspoilt coastal village on the North coast of Anglesey, the most northerly village in Wales with a lovely little harbour and a wide sandy beach. A quiet coastal village with a Main Street, cafe, chip shop, a mini market store plus a few more, two car parks, one […]

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Newborough, Anglesey has it all – a lovely beach, great forest walks and Llanddwyn Island!
14 Sep

Newborough, Anglesey has it all – a lovely beach, great forest walks and Llanddwyn Island!

Newborough Beach Don’t be put off by the £5 main-carpark charge to access the beach, the huge woodland and Llanddwyn Island, it’s well worth it! At the large car park furthest from the entrance to the area (the beach entrance and also the start of some of the trails) there is a clean, modern toilet block […]

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Anglesey Family Fun at the Farm!
13 Feb

Anglesey Family Fun at the Farm!

Foel Farm Park near Brynsiencyn on Anglesey offers a great family visit to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working farm. Situated in a beautiful seaside location with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle, the Menai Straits and Snowdonia. All the activities on the farm are included in the reasonably priced entrance fee, which means […]

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Easter attractions and activities available on Anglesey and nearby.
13 Feb

Easter attractions and activities available on Anglesey and nearby.

The Anglesey Sea Zoo is an aquarium and independent research and marine education centre at Brynsiencyn on the Menai Strait. This major all-weather attraction offers an amazing ‘underwater’ view with the thrill of crashing waves, the Seven Sisters shipwreck, the lobster hatchery, the seahorse nursery, the shark pool and a kelp forest full of huge […]

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Disabled access holiday cottage
10 Feb

Disabled access holiday cottage

Coach House Faner, Brynsiencyn, close to the Menai Strait, offers the very highest standard in disabled holiday accommodation. With the same painstaking attention to detail, Coach House Faner has also been designed with the needs of people with disabilities or limited mobility in mind. Guests are encouraged to inform us of any specific needs, so […]

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This half term explore a different Wales. A wild Wales.
20 Jan

This half term explore a different Wales. A wild Wales.

Get out and get active, burning off the stress, North Wales has lots to offer. You could try hurtling along at 100mph on a zip wire at Zip World in Snowdonia. This adrenalin-fuelled attraction guarantees a completely unique and memorable holiday experience in North Wales. https://www.zipworld.co.uk If that doesn’t do it for you. Head to […]

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Foel Ferry Cottages Anglesey – family fun and wonderful scenery
26 May

Foel Ferry Cottages Anglesey – family fun and wonderful scenery

Looking to celebrate a birthday or wedding anniversary? Or needing a venue for a group get together? Foel Ferry Cottages is a complex of three 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 […]

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Castles of North Wales – Penrhyn Castle
16 May

Castles of North Wales – Penrhyn Castle

Overlooking the Menai Straits and Anglesey, Penrhyn Castle, near Bangor in North Wales is an enormous, unashamedly ostentatious and decadent castle, crammed with fascinating items including a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria. It has an outstanding collection of paintings, mock Norman furniture, elaborate carvings and plasterwork. The current Penrhyn Castle was built between […]

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Bird Watching on Anglesey
06 May

Bird Watching on Anglesey

The Isle of Anglesey holds a wealth of sites of natural interest and is one of the most rewarding areas for bird watching in Britain. It has an incredible variety of habitats: sea cliffs, rocky shores, muddy and sandy estuaries, dunes, lagoons, large reservoirs, many small land heaths, coniferous and broad-leaf woods, scrub and mixed […]

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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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South West Anglesey Heritage Walk
21 Mar

South West Anglesey Heritage Walk

The five mile (8km) circular Heritage Walk starts and finishes at the parking area located past the road bridge on the A4080 approaching Rhosneigr in a westerly direction. This walk starts with a circuit of Llyn Maelog on well-defined footpaths. Llyn Maelog is a small shallow lake and fringing reedbeds behind the dunes of Tywyn […]

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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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