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This large Edwardian holiday villa is in a prime spot on its own headland, with stunning sea views on three sides, situated on the edge of the popular seaside town of Cemaes Bay on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.

This prominent, stylish cottage offers peace and tranquillity for its guests, with its own private coastline and direct access to the Anglesey Coastal Path, rocky cliffs and beach, overlooking the bay and just 5 minutes' walk from the village centre and harbour.

The house has been decorated with calming coastal styling. It offers open-plan living accommodation laid out to maximise the bay views from the sitting room, including a full-width window to maximise the panoramic view.

It also has a cosy, snug area with a wood-burning stove and a spacious dining room with ample space for everyone to sit and socialise over a home-cooked meal prepared with ease in the stylish, fitted kitchen with a range cooker.

Angorfa (Welsh for Anchorage) offers flexible sleeping arrangements with sea views from most bedrooms, four with en-suite facilities, and the remainder with basins in the rooms.

The garden reaches down to the sea, including a terrace built 'over' the sea for dining, barbecuing, relaxing with a refreshing drink, or just a coffee and a good book.

Once at this cottage, you will not want to leave, with all the entertainment you could need right on your doorstep, with sailing, rock-pooling, beachcombing and birdwatching in abundance.

The cottage also makes a great base to explore the surrounding countryside on this beautiful island, renowned for its kayaking, fishing, golf and wonderful coastal walks.

You will find the Snowdonia National Park or the Llyn Peninsula within an easy drive. You can even travel across to the 'Emerald Isle' from the nearby port at Holyhead.

A superb cottage in a fantastic location will have you return again and again.

Discover the epitome of coastal luxury at Angorfa, a splendid holiday cottage in Anglesey, nestled on its own headland with breathtaking sea views from three sides. This distinguished Edwardian villa offers an unparalleled retreat, providing tranquillity, private coastline, and direct access to the Anglesey Coastal Path, rocky cliffs, and beach.

Strategically located on the outskirts of the popular seaside town of Cemaes Bay, Angorfa is a mere 5-minute walk from the village centre and harbour, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the vibrant local atmosphere. The cottage, decorated in calming coastal styling, features open-plan living spaces thoughtfully designed to maximise panoramic bay views, complemented by a full-width window in the sitting room.

Indulge in the warmth of the wood-burning stove in the cosy, snug area or gather in the spacious dining room, offering ample space for socialising over a home-cooked meal prepared in the stylish, fitted kitchen with a range cooker. Angorfa, meaning 'Anchorage' in Welsh, provides flexible sleeping arrangements with sea views from most bedrooms, including four with en-suite facilities and the remainder equipped with basins.

Step outside to the enchanting garden that reaches down to the sea, complete with a terrace extending 'over' the water—an idyllic setting for al fresco dining, barbecues, or simply unwinding with a refreshing drink and a good book. The cottage ensures a captivating stay with a myriad of entertainment options at your doorstep, from sailing and rock-pooling to beachcombing and birdwatching.

Angorfa also serves as an excellent base for exploring the surrounding countryside and partaking in various outdoor activities, such as kayaking, fishing, golf, and coastal walks. Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula are easily accessible by a short drive, and the nearby port at Holyhead opens up the possibility of a visit to the 'Emerald Isle.'

With seven thoughtfully appointed bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, spacious living areas, and modern amenities, Angorfa offers an inviting retreat for families and groups. This North Wales coastal cottage comes complete with off-road parking, a large walled garden with furniture and a BBQ, bike storage, direct access to the coast and beach, and even complimentary use of kayaks at guests' own risk.

For a seamless and delightful holiday experience, Angorfa provides essential amenities, including oil central heating, a wood-burning stove, fully-equipped kitchen appliances, multiple TVs with various entertainment options, WiFi, and a selection of books and DVDs. The rental includes bed linen and towels, with beach towels being the only item guests are required to bring.

To check availability, enquire or book Angorfa, please use the Visit Website buttons for further information. When enquiring, please tell us you found this Anglesey holiday cottage in Cemaes Bay on the My Favourite Holiday Cottages website. Thank you.




We have just spent the most magical week at this spectacular property, with 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms a huge conservatory overlooking the sea with seating for 14 plus a snug with a wood burner seating 8 and a kitchen to die for , the cottage was so spacious and extremely well equipped and spotlessly clean , we were a party of 12 with 5 under 5's running round and 7 adults and still we were not under each other's feet , we took advantage of using the owners kayaks which was extremely fun the kids loved it and loved crabbing and splashing in the sea, the owners have thought of everything possible to make your stay amazing, we did not want to leave and our only regret is that we do not live there

Andrea Mullholland, Stalybridge, June 2016


The house was large and ideal for our large party, well equipped and comfortable. Overlooking the beach and the village was beautiful. We spent the entire two weeks having an old fashioned beach holiday without having to leave the village. We really enjoyed to sea kayaks, a fishing trip and crabbing off the pier. We enjoyed it so much we have booked to go back again to Cemaes for the next two years. Huge thanks to David and Maggie, who were extremely welcoming and helpful.

Mr Castle, Welwyn, August 2016


his is a stunning cottage in a stunning location, the views are spectacular. As a party of 12 there was plenty of room, the cottage was well equipped and we could not have chosen a better place to stay. We made use of the owners kayaks, the walks on the cliffs were wonderful and the children enjoyed the beach. We had the most magical holiday, our ages were from 1 year - 50 and there was plenty to do for all. We would recommend anyone to stay here and we could happily have stayed here permanent.

Mrs Mulholland, Stalybridge, June 2016


Everything had a nautical theme which was great as we were right next to the sea. The kitchen equipment was extensive including lots of things we didn't expect and allowed us to cook spectacular meals and serve them in appropriate dishes for all ten of us to enjoy family meals. The views from the lounges and bedrooms were excellent it meant that my invalid husband had a good view to occupy his time.

Mrs Clothier, Wigan, October 2015