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The island of Anglesey is a fantastic destination for a holiday or short break. And if you are a dog owner, you’ll want to be sure there are plenty of places to visit and go where you can take your four-legged friend.

Plenty of the team here at Menai Holidays are also dog owners. We know that after a good walk or when you’ve been exploring a new area, there’s nothing better than coffee and cake or a lunch out. Not all cafes will accept dogs so to make life easy for you, we’ve pulled together a useful list of dog-friendly cafes on Anglesey.

Caffi Siop Mechell in Llanfechell, near Cemaes Bay, is a community cafe, run by volunteers. The food gets rave reviews – simple, delicious and affordable. And there’s even a little garden at the back of the cafe, perfect for sunny days. Open 9.30am – 3.30pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 1.30pm on Saturdays, there are vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options available.

The Pilot House Cafe is perched at the head of Penmon Point on the south-east corner of Anglesey. What a stunning location! Ideal for a break after a walk along the Anglesey Coastal path or a potter around the rocky coastline and rock pools exposed at low tide.
This friendly cafe is open daily from 10 am to late between March and October, serving a variety of tasty, home-cooked food. And there’s seating both inside and out. Note: there is a toll to pay if you want to drive your car to the point itself where the cafe, lighthouse and beach are; it does also include access to the historic buildings just before the point.

Mojo’s Creperie on Rhosneigr High Street is Anglesey’s only French owned restaurant. Serving a smorgasbord of sweet and savoury crepes, croques and galettes, it is fully licensed, there’s a good evening menu too. Opening hours are seasonal so do check before you set out.

You’ll find Llys Llewelyn Tea Rooms in the middle of Aberffraw. It’s ideally situated for a pit stop after a walk along the Anglesey Coastal Path or down the river towards Aberffraw beach. It serves breakfasts and lovely lunches and great homemade cakes. A social enterprise, Llys Llewelyn Tea Rooms are popular with the local community as well. There’s seating inside and outside making it an easy place to bring your dog along too.

Lligwy Beach Cafe is ideally placed for a stop off after a walk along Lligwy Beach or the Anglesey Coastal Path. It serves coffees, teas, hot chocolate, ice cream and lollies along with a whole host of lovely home cooked food. Dog-friendly, with seating mainly outside (there’s a big basket of blankets for chilly days!), this is a firm favourite with several of the Menai team.

You can read more at menaiholidays.co.uk/explore where you can also find handy lists of dog-friendly cafes in Llŷn Peninsula and Snowdonia.

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