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Self catering holiday cottages in Anglesey

Cottages listed in order of number of bedrooms.

The unspoilt Isle of Anglesey lies off the north west coast of Wales. An 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', the island is a superb base for self-catering cottage holiday. The 125 miles of ever-changing coastline where stunning cliffs alternate with sandy bays, make holiday cottages in Anglesey a haven for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. There are many spectacularly located country cottages amidst the island's abundance of lagoons, estuaries, dunes and lakes. Bring the family and stay in one of the many vacation homes suitable for small children - Anglesey's the perfect location for an old-fashioned seaside holiday.


Eithinog, Rhydwyn, Church Bay, Isle of Anglesey

Sleeps: 6 + 2 children. Bedrooms: 4  (2 doubles, 1 twin and 1 bunk beds). Short breaks.

Bedrooms: 4. Sleeps: 6.
Sleeps: 6 + 2 children. Bedrooms: 4 (2 doubles, 1 twin and 1 bunk beds). Short breaks.

Eithinog is a gorgeous self-catering cottage lying in the beautiful, quiet North West corner of Anglesey, one and a half miles from Church Bay which is a sandy bay with rock pools. The cottage makes an ideal base for a self catering holiday in Anglesey, an island with an abundance of attractions where there are opportunities for walking, birdwatching, fishing or cycling through beautiful countryside. There are many visitor attractions nearby; the working windmill Melin Llynnon Mill, the jam factory Beehive Preserves at Cemlyn with a shop and cafe, Cemlyn Nature Reserve (National Trust), Cemaes which is the most northerly village in Wales and the picturesque Camaes Bay. Eithinog is also ideally situated, to discover the rest of Anglesey, visit Snowdonia and other parts of North Wales, or take the ferry to Ireland.
Rent from £550 per week.



Yr Hen y Stablau, Bryngwran, Anglesey, Isle of Anglesey

2 doubles, 1 single and 1 twin. Bryngwran. Short breaks. Discounts for couples. Sorry, no pets.

Bedrooms: 4. Sleeps: 7.
2 doubles, 1 single and 1 twin. Bryngwran. Short breaks. Discounts for couples. Sorry, no pets.

This is a beautiful quirky cottage with many original features is situated in a quiet lane on the edge of the village of Bryngwran. Sleeping 7 in 4 bedrooms, the cottage is ideally situated for exploring the island of Anglesey. Sand dunes and sandy beaches of Rhosneigr are 5 minutes drive away, and the mountains of Snowdonia, visible from the cottage garden, are only 30 minutes. This is a convenient cottage for the most glorious coastline in Britain which offers windsurfing and deep sea fishing as well as swimming and coasteering. 6 golf courses are nearby, and go-karting, Horse riding are easily accessible from this family cottage. This part of Wales offers a variety of days out - the Sea Zoo, boat trips to Puffin Island and the South Stack Lighthouse are easily accessible. Beaumaris Castle and Henblas Country Park are on your doorstep.
Rent from £420 per week.



Penrhos Feilw Chapel, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey

1 triple, 2 double. Trearddur Bay,  Anglesey. Short breaks.

Bedrooms: 3. Sleeps: 7.
1 triple, 2 double. Trearddur Bay, Anglesey. Short breaks.

This sympathetic conversion of a former chapel has been lovingly restored and furnished to a high standard and has 5 stars from the Welsh Tourist Board. It stands in an elevated position near Trearddur Bay with magnificent views of the rocky coastline and mountains of the beautiful island of Anglesey. There is something for everyone here - from gentle exploration of unspoilt coves to exhilarating extreme sports. On your doorstep are blue flag beaches, the South Stack Cliff and lovely cycling and walking routes. This beautiful holiday house is also perfectly placed to explore Snowdonia, Port Meirion and many other gorgeous parts of north Wales.
Rent from £585 per week.



The Stables , Cemaes Bay, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey

Sleeps: 2. Bedrooms: 1 (1 double). Short breaks. Pets welcome.

Bedrooms: 1. Sleeps: 2.
Sleeps: 2. Bedrooms: 1 (1 double). Short breaks. Pets welcome.
Dogs welcome

The Stables is sympathetically converted from an agricultural building, adjoining the former farmhouse. This lovely cottages sits in half an acre of orchard garden, a space shared with free range chickens! The cottage is 4 miles from Cemaes Bay oand Amlwch, both of which have shops and a selection of pubs serving food. The Island of Anglesey has 125 miles of coast and a very scenic coastal path. There are many attractions and different areas to discover from coast, countryside and open fields to forrest and lakes, as well as fishing, walking, birdwatching opportunities and many scenic cycle routes. The cottage is perfectly placed for exploring Anglesey, Snowdonia, or even Ireland, via ferry from Holyhead.
Rent from £200 per week.



Stick Cottage, Dwyran, Isle of Anglesey

Bedrooms: 1 twin or superking. Sleeps: 2-3. Short Breaks. No Pets

Bedrooms: 1. Sleeps: 3.
Bedrooms: 1 twin or superking. Sleeps: 2-3. Short Breaks. No Pets

This 19th Century cottage is situated in Dwyran, in South-West of Anglesey, arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the island. Stick Cottage is a comfortable self-catering base for 2-4 people, and is ideally situated for exploring Anglesey, the North Wales Coast and the mountains of Snowdonia. The property is close to the famous National Nature Reserve of Newborough Warren and Beach and many of the other equally beautiful beaches on the island. There are numerous other attractions on Anglesey including ancient monuments, watersports facilities in fact the owners of Stick Cottage offer a pick-up service for kayakers, walkers and cyclists who wish to undertake linear routes of Anglesey.
Rent from £220 per week.



There are countless coastguard Anglesey holiday cottages and sea front apartments where you can enjoy the sunset over the sea, while relaxing in the comfort of your luxurious rental home. The seaside town of Beaumaris is an elegant and popular place to stay, and Holyhead (where you take the ferry to Ireland) and Llangefni are the other towns on the island which have a great selection of appealing accommodation from small cottages that would suit couples or small families, to larger, elegant houses fitting larger groups of 8 or more. The island is steeped in archaeological and historical interest, and provides a fascinating place for a family break in quality self-catering accommodation.

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