On the wild northeast coast of the Isle of Anglesey, Tyn-y-Gongl is a peaceful village, perfect for holidays by the sea. The sweeping coast can be seen from most areas of the village, heading north towards Holy Island and south to Red Wharf Bay.

Holiday cottages in Tyn-y-Gongl are within walking distance of the heart of the village, where plenty of restaurants, pubs and cafes can be found. The Benllech is a charming old pub with an open fire, good food and a selection of local ales. The Beachcomber Bar & Grill serves handmade pizzas and cocktails, and there are plenty of beachfront cafes dotted along the edge of Tyn-y-Gongl. Some of the best views over the coast can be found at The Tavern on the Beach, a modern gastropub overlooking Benllech Bay, towards the Great Orme headland in Llandudno.

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Based on a rural smallholding near Benllech on the Isle of Anglesey, Crow’s Nest Cottage is a detached stone-built holiday home perfect for a coast and countryside holiday in North Wales. The attractive cottage is steeped in character, with stunning seaside views, perfect for small families.

Beech Cottage is a cosy, semi-detached Anglesey cottage in the rural village of Tynygongl. This countryside holiday cottage in North Wales is child-friendly and only half a mile from the coast.

Sycamore Cottage is a small, semi-detached cottage in the rural village of Tynygongl. This rural holiday cottage on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales is dog-friendly and child-friendly and only half a mile from the coast at Benllech.

Self-catering holidays in Tyn-y-Gongl are an excellent choice for visitors who want to make the most of the island’s unspoiled scenery. A 15-minute drive from the village leads to Red Wharf Bay, one of Anglesey's most beautiful beaches. The wide bay sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with almost 10 square miles of sand at low tide, where oystercatchers, purple sandpipers, curlew and other seabirds can be spotted. Many nest in Castell Mawr or Castle Rock, a large limestone rock within the bay, which was once the site of an Iron Age fort.

A 25-minute drive from your holiday cottage in Tyn-y-Gongl leads to Snowdonia National Park. Home to the highest mountain in Wales, Mount Snowdon, the park is perfect for walks and adventures. Families can take the Snowdon Mountain Railway to the top of the mountain, go zip-lining or even try surfing at Surf Snowdonia. Anglesey is well situated to explore the very best Wales has to offer, all within a short distance of your holiday cottage.