Luxury Holiday Cottages in Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey is Wales' largest island and a place where you can get away from it all. Relax at one of our luxury Anglesey holiday cottages, enjoy the hospitality and lose yourself in the island's winding lanes or on its spectacular coast.
With 27 award winning beaches, you are never far from a beautiful clean, sandy beach when staying at holiday cottages in Anglesey. Whether you're looking for watersports, family days out or long relaxing days on a secluded beach accompanied only by seagulls, porpoises and a good book, you will be spoilt for choice at our Anglesey holiday cottages.
Anglesey, however, has much more than surf and sand to offer. Our luxury holiday cottages in Anglesey are also surrounded by amazing attractions, legend, history and a range of outdoor activities all set in beautiful scenery. These include Beaumaris Castle - the last castle built in Wales by Edward I; Llanddwyn Island - the island of Wales' Patron Saint of Lovers, Llynnon Mill - the only working Wind Mill in Wales, the surreal lunar landscape of Copper Mountain and the 125 mile Anglesey Coastal Path.
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Llangefni, Anglesey North Wales
(No dates selected)£556
- Central to everything that makes Anglesey so special, this cosy, stylish cottage for 2 offers the perfect base to explore the island and the rest of North Wales.
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- No Pets
- 1 Bathroom
- Private parking
- Beach 6 miles
- Pub 1 mile
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