Y-Felinheli is a pretty village in the county of Gwynedd, North Wales. It lies near the shores of the Menai Strait, which separates the mainland from the Isle of Anglesey. Self-catering holidays in Y-Felinheli are popular among visitors who want to explore the area’s spectacular beaches, countryside and ancient sites. Most of the village’s residents speak Welsh, and it is a great place to experience the country’s rich culture, including a famous annual carnival. The town centre is home to a number of historic landmarks, including St Mary’s Church. There are a number of independent shops and a handful of good places to eat and drink, including the Garddfon Inn, a charming old pub overlooking the Menai Strait. The village’s historic harbour is a popular base for sailing and other water-sports, with a marina, moorings and boatyards.
Savour the spectacular view of Menai Straits from the patio at Penrallt Cottage and delight in the peace and tranquillity of a stone-built conversion on the outskirts of Y Felinheli, in North Wales. Appreciate the combination of contemporary style and traditional charm of this coastal cottage.