Why stay in an Anglesey cottage

July 9, 2021
Tim Coysh

Anglesey, home to one of the most stunning coastlines in the world and with 125 miles of scenic paths around the island overlooking breathtaking bays and sleepy coves, beach lovers really will be spoilt for choice. And what better to return to in the evening than a picturesque Anglesey Cottage, the perfect base for your coastal adventure.

Whatever type of holiday you are looking for on Anglesey, a getaway from it all weekend, a romantic break, a traditional bucket and spade holiday with the family or an out of season retreat from the hustle and bustle of this 24/7world, there is a perfect Anglesey cottage to complement your stay.

This historic island offers welcoming cottages in traditional granite and slate, a cool retreat after a hot day on the beach or a cosy bolthole if you are enjoying the drama of Anglesey in the cooler months. Whether your main focus is boat trips on the water, time spent on the beach, taking in some of the island’s wildlife or visiting one of the many historic and family orientated attractions, an Anglesey cottage will complete your holiday – a real home from home.

Many Anglesey cottages have stunning coastal views or you could opt for a base in the countryside down a leafy lane and enjoy peaceful mornings in the garden with a cup of coffee, a cosy evening by the fire if you are holidaying in the winter or toast the sunset in a hot tub with a glass of something special. Why not stay in one of Anglesey’s historic harbour towns with a leisurely stroll to the local pub and a warm island welcome.

Anglesey offers a unique combination of beautiful countryside, spectacular coastal scenery, access to wildlife and a rich drama-filled history due to the island’s unique geographical location. A paradise for walkers and cyclists, enjoy the peace and tranquillity of rural lanes or take to the water on one of the many boat trips on offer and explore the rich history of the Menai Strait and view one of many different species of bird on Puffin Island.

History buffs will be spoilt for choice with a selection of castles that even the kids will love. Visit Beaumaris Castle, the famous unfinished monument of the reign of Edward I or Caernarfon Castle, a gigantic fairy tale package of a medieval fortress on the River Seiont and recognised as one of the finest castles in the world. There are plenty of family orientated attractions for rainy days or if you just want a break from the beach and to keep everyone amused.

Choose from a wide range of classic Anglesey cottages from the Anglesey specialist, Coastal Holidays, all beautifully located with coastal views or in one of Anglesey’s pretty villages or historic harbour towns. There are also isolated rural properties for those who really want to get away from it all. Get in touch now and find the perfect Anglesey cottage for your holiday.

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