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Wern y Wylan – Sycamore

Wern y Wylan Court, Beaumaris, self-catering holiday home set in spacious grounds about four miles from Beaumaris, overlooking Llanddona beach and Red Wharf Bay, surrounded by attractive countryside, forests and the stunning sandy beach of Red Wharf Bay. A slate roofed BBQ area in the garden is great for the 'boys' to grill a feast for those balmy summer evenings. A large oval wooden table complete with eight matching wooden chairs provides a perfect spot to read the morning papers or to dine with all the family. Relaxing and peaceful. Dogs welcome.

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Llwyn Dona

Llwyn Dona is the ideal base for summer holidays and winter escapes. An attractive, spacious holiday bungalow located in the quiet cul-de-sac of Gwel Y Dona within walking distance of Red Wharf Bay. Sleeping six, Llwyn Dona presents ideal accommodation for families wishing to explore the region and enjoy a holiday by the seaside.

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Chapel Bank

A newly renovated 3 bedroom house situated within walking distance (1 mile), of Red Wharf Bay. The house is situated on Chapel Street adjacent to the A5025 close to local shops and pubs.

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Wern y Wylan – Court

Wern y Wylan Court, Beaumaris, self-catering holiday home set in spacious grounds about four miles from Beaumaris, overlooking Llanddona beach and Red Wharf Bay, surrounded by attractive countryside, forests and the stunning sandy beach of Red Wharf Bay. A slate roofed BBQ area in the garden is great for the 'boys' to grill a feast for those balmy summer evenings. A large oval wooden table complete with eight matching wooden chairs provides a perfect spot to read the morning papers or to dine with all the family. Relaxing and peaceful. Dogs welcome.

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Beaches on Anglesey

Beaches on Anglesey Anglesey boasts 125 miles of spectacular coastline within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The coastline of Anglesey offer a wide range sandy beaches and rocky coves, perfect for fun at the sea side.   1. Llanddwyn Beach Spectacular views from this long sandy beach backed by dunes, in a conservation area. […]

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Red Wharf Bay

Red Wharf Bay Red Wharf Bay is situated to the east of the island near the town of Pentraeth. ‘Traeth Coch’ as it is known in Welsh stands out for its beauty and soft sandy beach. There’s a fantastic family pub right on the beach called the Ship Inn www.shipinnredwharfbay.co.uk which has won many awards […]

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Anglesey – the nature island

Anglesey – the nature island RSPB Cymru started work in Wales in 1911, protecting roseate terns on Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, but now, 100 years later, there is a wealth of nature reserves on the island. South Stack The cliffs at South Stack provide a home for thousands of seabirds to raise their young. Guillemots, razorbills, […]

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