Isle of Anglesey B&Bs & Guest Houses
There are few holiday destinations which can compare to the Isle of Anglesey. It offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation and is filled with award-winning beaches and stunning natural landscapes but before you book check to see if any of the b&b's have any cheap last minute deals or future bargain breaks. The Island has a tranquil atmosphere and slow pace of life that appeals to holidaymakers. The island is connected to the mainland of Wales by the gorgeous Menai Suspension Bridge built over the Menai Strait. As you stay here, take time to indulge in the activities and to see the attractions. You can go swimming, paddling, or rock pooling on the beach or go cycling and walking on the picturesque Coastal Path. Whether youre looking for adrenalin-filled adventure or total relaxation, youll find it here in Anglesey.CLICK HERE FOR MAP VIEW
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Located on Angleseys north western corner, the South Stack Lighthouse is a big visitor attraction. The area is home to thousands of seabirds and has high craggy rocks which give it a stunning backdrop. Learn about Angleseys history by visiting the Neolithic burial chambers of Barclodiad y Gawres and Bryn Celli Ddu or the Beaumaris Castle and Gaol. Or see the Copper Kingdom at Amlwch which was once the worlds largest mine. It dates back to the Bronze Age and is located on Parys Mountain. Parents holidaying with their young ones will find plenty of attractions to keep them fascinated. The Anglesey Sea Zoo, which is Wales largest aquarium, is sure to captivate every member of your family with its shark pools, submarine wolves, crashing waves, and Seven Sisters Shipwreck. Visit Pili Palas and spend the afternoon learning about butterflies from all over the world. The area has unusual plants and a tropical climate which gives it a totally different atmosphere. Foel Farm Park will let your children experience life on a working farm. Other interesting family attractions include the Anglesey Model village, Greenwood Forest Park, and Bird World. The village has water features, landscaped gardens, and is home to the popular station known as Lanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
The Island provides a relaxing backdrop for a host of activities. Discover its delights by visiting Llanddwyn Island and see the rolling dunes and historic buildings. In good weather, the island is the perfect picnic spot thanks to its beautiful landscape. If golf is on your list of things to do, visit one of the 8 courses located on the island and play a round or two. Water sports are widespread around the island including sailing, surfing, scuba diving, water skiing, and kayaking. If you are keen on fishing, visit one of the lakes or rivers and try fly fishing. Avid walkers can embark on the Saints footpaths which offer a good alternative to the Coastal Path. For those who like shopping, there are many craft shops located in most parts of the island where you can buy keepsakes to take home.
When looking for a holiday destination you can visit time and again, look no further than an Anglesey b&b. It is a great base from which to explore North Wales superb attractions.