You can rent a holiday cottage in Anglesey (or Ynys Mon to give it its proper Welsh name) and make it a base to explore historical sites going back to the Neolithic period and Celtic times. The Isle of Anglesey can be found off the North East corner of Wales and is the largest Island in England and Wales. It is sparsely populated for its size and is steeped in history. The shore-line is surrounded by rugged rocks and deep caves and some fine sandy coves offering excellent surfing and rock pooling.
A luxury holiday cottage on Anglesey, Bwthyn Awel is large enough to comfortably accommodate 10 guests in 5 bedrooms. This secluded rural cottage with panoramic sea views over Church Bay is perfect for walking, cycling and beach holidays in North Wales.
A large Anglesey holiday cottage sleeping 12 on the coast in a rural location at Penmynnydd village, Groeslon Cottage offers families (and their pets) self-catering accommodation for walking and beach holidays throughout the year.
Sycamore Cottage is a small, semi-detached cottage in the rural village of Tynygongl. This rural holiday cottage on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales is dog-friendly and child-friendly and only half a mile from the coast at Benllech.
Converted from a Victorian chapel, Chapel House in Anglesey is a large, purpose-built luxury holiday cottage in a pleasant rural location. It lies about a country mile outside the village of Llanddeusant in the hamlet of Elim on the Island’s west coast. The pet friendly cottage sleeps 12.
Spectacular views of Blue Flag Llanddona Beach are available from almost every window of this pet-friendly cottage for four in Anglesey. With everything arranged on a single floor, Hen Felin Isaf is convenient, welcoming, and relaxing, truly a seaside holiday destination of your dreams.
Rhoslan is a detached modern holiday bungalow close on a rural 80-acre beef farm. This coastal cottage is in the beautiful remote Anglesey countryside close to the beaches on the north coast and is child-friendly. Sleeps 5.
Based on a rural smallholding near Benllech on the Isle of Anglesey, Crow’s Nest Cottage is a detached stone-built holiday home perfect for a coast and countryside holiday in North Wales. The attractive cottage is steeped in character, with stunning seaside views, perfect for small families.
This former 19c Isle of Anglesey rural stately home has been thoughtfully converted to create 5 homes. Tan y Graig, with 6 bedrooms sleeping 16 is the largest of these. It is a luxury, pet friendly coastal holiday home, retaining may of the Hall's original, beautifully restored features.
Beech Cottage is a cosy, semi-detached Anglesey cottage in the rural village of Tynygongl. This countryside holiday cottage in North Wales is child-friendly and only half a mile from the coast.
Amazing beach views are available from this enchanting family and pet-friendly cottage for six in Anglesey. This rural seaside cottage near Llonddona is single-level with three bedrooms and an open plan. Book a holiday at Hen Felin Uchaf, and prepare to be swept away!
Based on the Isle of Anglesey Bwthyn Gwyn is a meticulously restored stone built barn conversion, reappointed as a vibrant and welcoming holiday home in the countryside. Perfect for small families, the two-bedroom property combines contemporary comforts with rustic style for a relaxing breakaway.
This superb, pet friendly Edwardian seaside holiday home on Anglesey is large enough to accommodate up to 14 guests by the sea in Cemeas Bay. With sea views from most rooms and a garden bordering the beach its perfect for holidays all year round for large families or groups of friends.
Sandy beaches lie just moments from 5 Cae Derwydd, a modern coastal cottage at Cemaes Bay, Isle of Anglesey. The spacious and welcoming cottage caters perfectly for families and their pets with ample grounds and outdoor areas, plus light and airy spaces, contemporary comforts and ocean views.
This very peaceful Island is a wonderful place to really get away from it all. Although it may be quiet, it was not always so as a tour of Anglesey's fascinating historical sites will tell you. At the far end of the Island, the post of Holyhead offers fast day trips to Ireland - time enough for a Guinness or two in a Dublin pub for lunch before returning to North Wales and dinner in your holiday cottage back in Anglesey.