Great Places to Stay on the Isle of Anglesey
- Bed and Breakfasts
- Bird Watching Holidays
- Budget Accommodation
- Caravan Parks and Chalets
- Holiday Parks
- Hotels & Inns
- Lodges & Log Cabins
- Outdoor Pursuits Centre
- Restaurants and Pubs
- Restaurants with Rooms
- Self Catering/Cottages
- Static Mobile Homes
- Touring Parks
- Yurt and Tipi Campsites
Holiday Rentals - Hotels - B&B - Caravan Hire - Holiday Lodges - Camping Sites
Welcome to The Wales Tourists Online Directory of Anglesey holiday accommodation and places to stay, we have a listed select properties with exclusive late deals, cheap offers and bargain breaks that can only be found here. You will find romantic Welsh cottages, self-catering apartments, family run b&b, Farmhouse Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, Lodges and Chalets, Campsites, Touring Parks and Yurt & Tipi Campsites. We have a huge selection of unique accommodations that will not be found advertised anywhere else.
You can choose coastal cottages close to beautiful beaches, like Moelfre, Bull Bay, Benllech Bay or Trearddur Bay, farm cottages on working farms, or apartments with sea views. Holidays in farmhouses often lead to tours of the farm by the owners and in spring, when the Lambs are born, children are often given the opportunity to feed the orphan lambs. The ideal location for many holidaymakers are properties in the centre of towns and villages, just a short walk from pubs, restaurants and shops, but whether you like to be in the centre of town or tucked away in the countryside you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to Anglesey holiday rentals.
Islands hotels and motels are first class, with some offering spa facilities and indoor pools. The coastal hotels have excellent accommodation, with guest rooms that overlook the sea and depending on the location, both
mountains and sea, like the Bulkeley in Beaumaris, the Gazelle, on the shores of the Menai Straits between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris, the Anglesey Arms and Chateau Rhianfa
in Menai Bridge. Rural hotels and country houses offer a very
different experience and yet are still close to beaches and the coast.
Bed and Breakfast
Coastal bed and breakfast accommodation are just what many of us enjoy for a short break and the Island has many from which to choose, like Ty Anne in Beaumaris or Dulas Bay b&b Small family run guest houses and farmhouses can be a delight to stay at, as the owners have so much local knowledge and are always happy to recommend places to visit and the best restaurants in the area.
Holidays can be enjoyed in all types of accommodation.The Island can be found just off the North Wales Coast, separated from mainland Wales by the Menai Strait and crossed by two bridges the Menai Suspension Bridge and
the Britannia road and rail bridge. The Island is fondly known as the mother of Wales and has much to offer travellers to this part of North Wales and Snowdonia, with 125 miles of ever changing coastline, a multitude of hidden bays, and spectacular cliffs, the isle has been designated an 'Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Walking and Bird Watching Holidays are very popular on this beautiful Island. Its popularity with holidaymakers can be put down to not only its location, although being an island helps, but its rich farming history and wonderful coastline,
Enjoy The Great Outdoors.
As well as Caravan Parks, Holiday Parks and Camp Sites you will also find superb static caravan rentals offered by private advertisers on small private plots dotted around the island.
Towns & Villages.
One of the main tourist towns on the Island is Beaumaris a well known historic town on the Menai Strait with its medieval castle
dating back to the reign of Edward I. It is also a major centre for yachting and has two golf courses. The small market town of Llangefni holds its weekly outdoor market on Thursdays. Rhosneigr village is situated on the beautiful west coast, it has a thriving community and a rich history and award winning sandy beaches with rock pools and safe bathing. The Port town of Holyhead has an excellent range of accommodation for travelers and also frequent sailings to Dublin on either ferries or fast catamarans, run by Irish Ferries and Stenna Line. Close to Holyhead is the most traditional holiday destination of Trearddur Bay with a wide sandy beach and outcrops of rock pools.
Whatever budget and type of accommodation you're looking for; from short breaks and long weekends to family holidays you're sure to find a beautiful island destination to return to again and again. With its array of resorts, beaches, historical monuments, attractions and activities The Isle Anglesey guarantees you a holiday with plenty to see and do.