Aberffraw Holiday Accommodation

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Aberffraw Accommodation Isle of Anglesey

Book indulgent Aberffraw accommodation on Anglesey from a choice of holiday cottages for rent, bed and breakfasts and self catering holiday home rentals. The seaside resort of Aberffraw lies on the south west coast of Anglesey, with miles of sand dunes and a most spectacular golden sandy beach, Aberffraw has welcomed, holiday makers for many years, with holiday and short break accommodation in Aberffraw cottages, b&b’s, bed and breakfasts and guest houses, while cottages, campsites and mobile homes offer a care free come and go as you please holiday experience.

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Min - y -Don Terraced Cottage - Aberffraw
Camping North WalesBed and Breakfast WelshFarmhouse Inn
Min - y -Don Terraced Cottage - Aberffraw
SLEEPS UP TO 4, 2 BEDROOMS
Min-Y-Don is a beautiful terraced riverside cottage, located on the fringe of the seaside resort of Aberffraw, around the southern coastline of the Island in north Wales...
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Croeso - Pet Friendly Cottage in Bodorgan
Croeso - Pet Friendly Cottage in Bodorgan
SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £275.00 TO £510.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Croeso is a self-catering dormer bungalow with open country views to the rear, which accommodates 6 in comfort.
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Pandy Cottage Aberffraw
Pandy Cottage Aberffraw
An Anglesey cottage in a quiet spot by the beach. Pandy is brilliant for families, couples, walkers and dogs. There are views and complete peace. The beach is less than half a mile away.
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Penrhyn Halen - Anglesey Holiday Cottage
Penrhyn Halen - Anglesey Holiday Cottage
SLEEPS UP TO 14, 7 BEDROOMS FROM £460.00 TO £2,000.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
A big, dog friendly house with garden 7 bedrooms and views. Close to the beaches at Aberffraw and Rhosneigr on Anglesey.
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All Aberffraw accommodation is of superb quality, catering for the highest standards expected of today’s tourists and visitors to Wales.. The village has a very important place in Welsh history and in the Middle Ages, was the political centre of Wales and the capital of the kingdom of Gwynedd, well before the Aberffraw cottages of today were ever built! However well before then in the Mesolithic period around 7,000 BC humans had first settled here. As with most Cities, Towns and Villages fresh water was the main reason they were built and Aberffraw is no exception, the village was built on the banks of the river Ffraw near the sea estuary and beach, where many Aberffraw self catering rentals can be found today. The origin of the name Aberffraw comes from Aber meaning at the mouth of the estuary or river. The mouth of the river now is quite narrow and also quite shallow, but in medieval times when the Prince of Wales lived here, the estuary would have been much wider and the river much deeper to allow large ships to dock. Christian worship can be traced back to 1254 and the old church of Llangwyfan that stands on a rocky islet in a bay just outside Aberffraw and was dedicated to St. Cwyfan.  Now a great holiday or short break destination, Aberffraw cottages, holiday rentals and b&bs make a superb base from which to explore the rest of Anglesey’s towns and villages. The island is full of history and activities to keep the most active entertained. Check out our Bargain breaks page for great value Aberffraw accommodation.