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Anglesey, an island off the coast of North Wales, is known for its vast sandy beaches, rugged coastline and historical sites. Base yourself in one of our Anglesey cottages for a holiday packed full of adventure.

Why a Holiday Cottage in Anglesey

With 125 miles of stunning coastline, long sandy beaches and atmospheric coastal towns, Anglesey is the perfect destination for a holiday in North Wales. Our range of Anglesey Cottages will ensure you are perfectly located to enjoy the wonders of this Welsh island! Each part of Anglesey has something different to offer. Whether you are bringing the whole family along for a large summer getaway or whisking away your other half for a romantic weekend break, you’re sure to have a getaway to remember.

Places to Visit near your Anglesey Holiday Cottage

While away an afternoon on Porth Dafarch Beach close to Holyhead, a true favourite among the locals. Nestled below rugged headlands and covered in sandy shores, the beach is known for its scuba diving with the wreck of Missouri, an 1886 steamship found nearby. If you’re looking for a spot of culture then Plas Newydd House and Garden is an extraordinary visit. Admire the beautiful mansion house that is owned by the National Trust and boasts immaculate gardens and views of Snowdonia.

The island is also home to Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. This recognisable village is perhaps most renowned for having the longest place name in Europe and 2nd longest in the world. Make sure you visit the village’s train station, during your Anglesey holiday, to get a photo with its iconic sign. Finally, a trip to Anglesey is not complete without a bridge to bridge walk. Journey from Menai Bridge to Britannia Bridge for a gentle yet scenic 5.5km stroll. Other towns worth a visit include Beaumaris, Cemaes Bay, Rhosneigr, South Stack and Menai Bridge

Self Catering Anglesey Cottages

We have a great collection of self-catering cottages to suit all tastes and budgets. From Anglesey cottages near the beach and those with sea views to luxury accommodation in Anglesey. We also have a variety of dog-friendly properties, allowing your furry friends to take full advantage of the great number of pet-friendly beaches and pubs on the island of Anglesey.

If you’ve found your ideal Anglesey cottage, book online today or give one of our friendly travel experts a call.