Please take a few moments to browse our pages in order to find your Ideal Holiday Accommodation in Moelfre and book the best places to stay. This little fishing village tucked away on the coast has a small beach and cove, picture-perfect sea and mountain views of the Snowdonia Mountain range in the distance, as well as some first class activities.
Moelfre lifeboat station is famed for its many heroic sea rescues and the brave crew, who have so far been awarded thirty-seven medals for gallantry. Just offshore lie the remains of the three Masted clipper the Royal Charter which sank in 1859 during hurricane winds while carrying a cargo of gold bullion. It is believed that some local villagers kept the customs men busy with tea and cakes while others searched and found some of the gold!
Lligwy Beach is very close by, a beautiful expanse of golden sand ideal for sunny days playing beach games, picnics or just relaxing soaking up the warm rays of the sun. The village is a little-known gem, and once visited you may never want to leave! Just off the coast here you will notice a little island “Ynys Dulas” There in 1824 a tower was built and supplied with food and water where shipwrecked mariners could shelter while help was sent for. Holiday accommodation today offers tourists and visitors a chance to unwind from busy lives and enjoy a short break or holiday in a coastal fishing village with activities and historic sites aplenty.