Benllech Cottages

Self-catering accommodation – holiday cottages in Benllech

The award-winning main beach at Benllech is a long stretch of rich golden sands backed by cliffs. Benllech is a prime sport for long seaside walks or across the cliff path to the neighbouring village of Moelfre.

A short walk around the headland at low tide takes you to Red Wharf Bay. Alternatively head north from Benllech to Traeth Bychan, a water sports centre with a slipway for launching boats.

Angelsey Beach – A Must Visit!

One of the island’s most visited beaches, Benllech has fine golden sand and crystal-clear waters that are especially safe for swimming and kayaking.

Both families with prams and disabled people have access to excellent disabled facilities. Young children have lots of room to play and stroll when the tide is low since the sand is miles long.

Benllech Beach at sunset

A well-known seaside resort and well-liked beach holiday spot is the area of Benllech. The Great Orme and Penmon Point may be seen from the beach, which has been recognised with the European Blue Flag designation since 2004. Benllech is a stop on the Wales Coast Path and the Anglesey Coastal Path. In the years 1973–1979, the community took first place in the contest for being the cleanest in Anglesey.

Breeze Hill, one of the village’s biggest housing developments, received a Civic Trust Award, which honours the very best in public art, architecture, design, planning, and landscape. The honour was granted to designs of the greatest calibre that have enhanced the local community’s cultural, social, and economic life.

Facilities in Benllech

Benllech is home to a variety of establishments, including pubs, hotels, campgrounds, and bed & breakfasts. The neighbourhood has Ysgol Goronwy Owen Primary School, a library, a doctors’ office, a pharmacy, several churches, a hardware store, two community centres, a police station, a fire station, a tennis court, a bowling alley, several supermarkets (Spar, Cooperative, and Tesco Express), restaurants, and a petrol station.

There was a railroad station near the settlement that served as the Red Wharf Bay branch line’s terminal from 1909 to 1950. Along the road leading up to the settlement, you can see the historic station house and several railroad bridges.

The Benllech

A great seaside pub with food in Benllech

Near Benllech Beach, a campground, and scenic country hikes, The Benllech is the ideal tourist bar. This rural landmark serves traditional pub fare and a wide selection of cask ales. The Benllech is a buzzing sports bar featuring pool tables and darts.

Address: Beach Road, Benllech, LL74 8SW

Phone: 01248 853403


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