Anglesey Holidays |

Choose from a variety of accommodation to suit your stay

Anglesey, thought to be on the mainland of Wales, is actually an island just off the North West Coast, and it is a very popular holiday destination bringing visitors back to its shores year after year. Anglesey has a vast number of elements that come together to offer variety when holidaying here including beaches, scenery, shopping towns, sporting activities and quick access to the rest of North Wales. For a quiet Welsh holiday, away from the main land and with a diversity of things to do for all the family then browse our Anglesey accommodation pages.

At Stay In Wales we offer a number of accommodation options including self-catering cottages, B&Bs, hotels and family parks spread throughout Anglesey each one offering a unique holiday experience tailored for any holiday purpose.

A quaint B&B settled into a small village, or a simple cottage hidden away near the waters edge could suit a couple on a romantic break; whilst families, or larger groups, can benefit from the bigger hotels or family parks. Hotels can remove the madness of life by taking care of everything, whilst popular holiday parks can be playful and fun. Whatever your plans are for an Anglesey holiday then the accommodation is guaranteed to complete it.

Away from the playgrounds of holiday parks, spa rooms of luxury hotel rooms, or log fires of cottages the whole of Anglesey Island is waiting to be explored. No large towns or attractions can be found here; this is the main advantage of Anglesey because life is relaxed, simple and almost like going into a new land.

For a shopping fix then HolyHead, on Holy island, which like Anglesey itself is joined to Wales by a large bridge, is the place to visit. The largest town in the area, it offers the standard expectations of a town; shops, restaurants, cafes and family attractions whilst also being surrounded by sea, beautiful rolling landscape and natural wildlife.

The South Stack Lighthouse is a short drive away from Holyhead and is worth a visit to see the ‘wow’ factor of wildlife. The lighthouse extends out to sea on the last part of land, and is open to the public when weather is at its best. Yet open or not the lighthouse is worth taking time to visit in any weather, for beautiful sunsets on calm days or watching the waves crash around the rugged cliffs during storms South Stack is a place to get the walking boots on, zip the coats up tight and wonder around the many paths carved into the rock face.

The rest of Anglesey offers just as many stunning views and hidden gems and it is a place best seen to be believed, where days spend walking, climbing and cycling are rewarded by panoramic views and unlimited photographic opportunities. Afterwards a quiet drink in a warming pub or small family run restaurant in a peaceful village is always called for.

In Anglesey, where the Welsh language is still spoken by most people, and the landscape is awe-inspiring and rugged, a holiday is unlike any other. For a dog friendly holiday, a romantic break or a family getaway then book your Anglesey holiday accommodation today.

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