Church Bay Cottages


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Church Bay, also known as Porth Swtan or ‘Whiting Bay’, is named after the fish that traditionally landed ashore here. Our Church Bay cottages sit in this timeless village that lies on the cliffs of the west coast of Anglesey.

Why Church Bay?

Well known for its seafood, visitors to the village tend to make a beeline for The Lobster Pot restaurant, which serves local lobster, crab, mussels, oysters and scallops.

The sand and shingle beach is ideal for rock pooling and you will see gulls, fulmars and chough nesting in the red sandstone cliffs above the beach.

Visit the Swtan Heritage Museum for a taste of 17th century history. This fully restored thatched cottage includes a small feeding area for hens, collection of vintage artefacts and a well-preserved garden that has a well and stocked herb and beg plots.

Church Bay Holiday Cottages

For a tranquil getaway to a quaint little fishing hamlet, our collection of Church Bay cottages will be ideal for you.

Enjoy a holiday cottage with a sea view and savour the magnificent coastal scenery Anglesey has to offer. Wildlife lovers will appreciate the diverse range of grey seals and dolphins.

We have a number of dog-friendly cottages in Anglesey meaning the whole family can enjoy an unforgettable holiday.

Take a look at our Church Bay cottages today or get in touch with one of our travel experts who can help you find your perfect getaway.