Rent Holiday Cottages in Trearddur Bay, on the beautiful Island of Anglesey and enjoy a superb beach holiday with friends or family, we have a choice of superb luxury holiday cottages.
The coastal resort of Trearddur Bay is on the Isle of Anglesey’s North West coast, on Holy Island near the fishing and ferry port of Holyhead, a very popular destination throughout the year, in the summer months the sandy beach is busy with families playing games and building sand castles at other times the beach is used by surfers, windsurfers and fishermen. Trearddur Bay is a very scenic seaside village with shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes, where you can choose to eat out and sample some very fine Welsh produce or to cook and dine in.
Anglesey is a small Island with relatively quiet roads, and so it is a pleasure to drive and explore the many small historic villages and towns that are dotted around. The coastal path is of course almost on your doorstep when staying in Trearddur Bay and a great way to explore the sometimes rugged and wild coast of Anglesey.
Adventure can be found nearby and outdoor activities are enjoyed by all, be it on sea or land. Anglesey is the home of peace and quiet. It is filled with unparalleled beauty and attracts thousands of visitors every year. The island is attached to the mainland by a bridge and bordered by 125 miles of superb coastline. Its beauty is enhanced by the Snowdonia Mountain Range which creates a striking backdrop. You will be swept away by Anglesey’s stunning beaches and natural setting which is hard to beat.
The area is home to award-winning beaches popular with families and water sports enthusiasts alike. Its beaches are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, paddling, rock pooling, shell seeking, buckets and spades, and all types of water sports. Anglesey is filled with quality holiday accommodation and caters to every budget and taste.
As you holiday at Trearddur Bay on this charming island, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy. If action-packed adventure is your thing, tour the splendid coastline and the mountains of Snowdonia which offer activities such as hiking, mountain climbing, walking, horse riding, golf, quad biking, woodland rambling, and painting. The glorious beaches offer a variety of water sports including sailing, canoeing, sea kayaking, kite surfing and windsurfing, surfing, and diving. Whether you are looking for exciting adventures or an introduction to a new hobby, the assortment of outdoor activities in Anglesey is enviable.
The island’s natural landscape creates a playground that is suitable for everyone. If you’re visiting Anglesey for its attractions, start your tour with the Anglesey Coastal Path which covers 125 miles and is home to a variety of rare birds. It has one of the largest collections of Britain’s ancient sites. Next, visit the Menai Suspension Bridge which was the world’s first modern suspension bridge. For a fun day out with the whole family, go to Llanddwyn Island for a picnic. The picturesque location remains attached to the mainland except during very high tides. Its large rock outcrops, rolling dunes, and historic buildings make it a perfect spot for an afternoon of exploration. Another top attraction is the Copper Kingdom at Amlwch. The mine was once the largest in the world and has a unique landscape that is worth exploring.
For avid birdwatchers, the South Stack Lighthouse and Cliffs are must-visit spots. The lighthouse is one of Anglesey’s iconic images and offers wonderful views of the coast and the surrounding nature reserve. The cliffs are part of the RSPB Reserve and offer visitors close encounters with birds like razorbills, guillemots, and puffins.
Another interesting place to see is Plas Newydd country house which was built in the 18th century; it is home to an Australian arboretum, a military museum, and an exhibition of paintings from the 1930s. For history buffs, the Beaumaris castle is worth a visit. It was built in the 13th century by Edward 1 and is a designated World Heritage Site.