Known in Welsh as Ynys Môn, the island of Anglesey has long been a favorite with tourists looking for short breaks and holidays from across the UK and beyond, and it’s easy to see why, with such a diverse choice of Isle of Anglesey accommodation, you will be spoiled for choice. We proudly showcase the finest accommodations on Anglesey, featuring a selection of the best holiday cottages, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, hotels, luxury caravan rentals, farm holiday stays, holiday apartments, and premium glamping and lodge experiences.
Explore the charming market towns that dot the island like Llangefni, pretty villages and coastal resorts like Cemaes Bay, Moelfre, Beaumaris, and Red Wharf Bay to the stunning beaches and glorious countryside, the island has something to offer every kind of tourist, from families with young children to outdoor enthusiasts looking for high-octane fun and adventure.
Below are some of the more popular places to stay on the Isle of Anglesey. Some of the more interesting villages and towns on Anglesey include Beaumaris, which was one of the last royal strongholds built by Edward I of England. Menai Bridge which is famous for the Menai Suspension Bridge built by Thomas Telford in 1826. Cemaes Bay boasts two sandy beaches and a quaint harbour. The Bay is close to both Llanbadrig Church and Porth Wen Brick Works. Benllech has one of the larger and popular stretches of beach, situated on the east coast of Anglesey. Holyhead (Holy Island) is a Sea port town serving Ireland; attractions in Holyhead include South Stack Cliffs RSPB Reserve the Holyhead Breakwater Country Park and the Holyhead Maritime Museum. Winner of the Green Coast Award, Rhosneigr’s sandy beaches are popular with family beach goers and surfers alike. Trearddur Bay offers a stunning Blue flag, dog friendly beach suitable for all.
There are incredible beaches along the 125 miles of coast, so visitors are spoiled for choice. Benllech Beach, Lligwy Beach, Rhiscolyn, and Cable Bay are some of the most popular beaches on the island, with vast expanses of soft, golden sand and superb blue waters that are safe for bathing. If water sports are more your thing, head to Trearddur Bay or Rhosneigr for windsurfing, kayaking, or paddle-boarding. We have some amazing places to stay near all of the beautiful beaches.
Eating out on Anglesey
While searching Anglesey accommodation, you may also want to consider where you will eat out. Anglesey delivers on this front, with the island tipped as the UK’s next big foodie destination. The Bull in Beaumaris, the Freckled Angel, and The Straits in Menai Bridge are all building a reputation for themselves as superb dining venues showcasing the best local Welsh produce. Catch 22 Brasserie is also building a name for itself, not least for its quirky and innovative desserts – beetroot chocolate fudge cake and grilled pineapple with gin and tonic granita are just two mouth-watering options on offer there.
The Anglesey Coastal Path
Whether you choose to walk part, or even all, of the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, or you head straight for the beach to soak up the sun and the family-friendly atmosphere, it’s impossible not to fall in love with Anglesey. With sheltered bays, stunning countryside, and plenty of historic sites and attractions to explore.