Find My Favourite Holiday Cottages in Llanddona

The village of Llanddona lies on the east coast of the Isle of Anglesey, in North Wales, near Beaumaris. You will notice several striking landmarks as you explore the village from your holiday cottage in Llanddona, including the ancient, listed St Dona’s Church. There are no shops, but there is a welcoming pub, the Owain Glyndwr Inn, which serves good food and a selection of ales. Llanddona Beach is located at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay – a glorious stretch of golden sand perfect for swimming, sunbathing and building sandcastles. There is a car park at the beach, with toilets and a small café serving Anglesey ice cream. Running past the beach, the Anglesey Coast Path covers 124 miles of cliffs, sandy bays and secret, rocky coves. You don’t have to walk far in either direction to see some of the island’s most spectacular scenery.

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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.

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Self-catering holidays in Llanddona would be incomplete without a wander around the seaside town of Beaumaris, where you will discover an enchanting mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Safaris along the coast can be taken from the seafront, and a magnificent castle exists to explore. A few miles north of Llanddona, Benllech is another seaside village with a sandy beach, where sea-fishing and windsurfing are popular. Take the view towards the Great Orme while enjoying lunch at the Pebble Bistro, or treat yourself to a cocktail at Beachcombe Bar.

Llanddona holiday cottages are a 15-minute to the Menai Suspension Bridge, which connects the island to the rest of Wales. Reserve an afternoon to wander around the city of Bangor, with elegant architecture and a range of independent shops. Continue south, and you will reach Gwydir Forest Park and Snowdonia National Park, home to snowy mountains and lakes.