Llanddeusant holiday cottages are hard to beat if you’re looking for a peaceful base for exploring Anglesey. You’ll be a stone’s throw from secluded, sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages and miles of glorious countryside, scattered with ancient ruins and magnificent gardens. Llanddeusant is a small village on the Isle of Anglesey, in North Wales. It lies in the Island’s northwest corner, 10 miles northeast of Holyhead. This welcoming community is little more than a scattering of homes on the A5025, a scenic road that meanders north and south, through some of Anglesey’s most beautiful countryside. You’ll notice a number of striking landmarks in and around Llanddeusant, including a 600-year-old water mill and Neolithic burial chambers, on the Pressadfed Estate. Don’t miss the island’s only working windmill at Llynnon Mill, where you can follow the old mill trail before enjoying a traditional Welsh tea at Llynnon Tearooms. Nearby, the Red Kite Feeding Station allows you to hide a few metres from birds of prey feeding in their natural habitat.


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.

If you fancy a pint of local ale before retiring to your holiday cottage in Llanddeusant, head to the Black Lion in the neigbouring village of Llanfaethlu, a lovely listed 18th century inn, serving delicious food prepared with ingredients from some of Anglesey’s best suppliers. In neigbouring Church Bay, the Lobster Pot is a renowned seafood restaurant, serving the freshest lobster, shellfish and daily specials. Self-catering holidays in Llanddeusant are perfect if you are planning to explore the Isle of Anglesey and mainland, including the Snowdonia National Park. At 276 square miles, Anglesey is Wales’ biggest island, with sweeping beaches, unspoiled countryside and a remarkable number of ancient sites. Do not miss the elegant Georgian architecture in Beaumaris, on the island’s south coast, or the bustling port of Holyhead, surrounded by rolling hills.