Newborough is a peaceful village in the southwest corner of the Isle of Anglesey, off the coast of North Wales. It is home to a Blue Flag sandy beach, a 2,000-acre woodland, and one of Britain’s largest areas of sand dunes. There is a cosy pub on Old Chapel Street, the White Lion, serving good food and a variety of local ales. There is also a small shop selling essentials for a day by the sea, a post office and a popular fish and chips takeaway – all a leisurely stroll from holiday cottages in Newborough. Just outside the village, the Marram Grass is an excellent restaurant with a reputation for serving delicious food prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients from the surrounding coast and countryside. Almost next door, the intricately decorated Anglesey Model Village is also a must on self-catering holidays in Anglesey, as is the Anglesey Transport and Agriculture Museum, the largest museum of its kind in Wales.

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A coastal cottage on Anglesey, 50 yards from the Malltraeth Estuary near Newborough, Malltraeth Cottage sleeps 6. Full of great amenities, this a family-friendly holiday property that welcomes pets. A cot, highchair, and stair gate are available by arrangement for families with small children.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

This stone-built terraced barn conversion in a courtyard location is close to the village of Newborough on Anglesey and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

A thoroughly modern holiday barn conversion, The Stables is a peaceful rural retreat near Newborough on the Isle of Anglesey. This stone-built pet-friendly cottage boasts contemporary decor and modern amenities offers the best of both coast and countryside holidays for small families.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2

To the village’s west, Newborough Forest and Warren is a beautiful stretch of sand dunes, forest and freshwater lakes, crisscrossed by footpaths. Lapwings, curlews and skylarks can often be seen over the mudflats and salt marshes, and the forest is one of the last remaining strongholds of the red squirrel. Llanddwyn Bay can be reached by walking through the dunes from the village, its secluded stretch of sand framed by a mile-long outcrop and a rocky island where the remains of a 16th century church are located. Self-catering holidays in Newborough are popular among visitors who want to explore the wild coast of the Isle of Anglesey, and the mainland on the other side of the Britannia Bridge. The snowy peaks of Snowdonia National Park can be seen from the shore near Newborough, and are a short drive southward.