Visiting the Isle of Anglesey in Wales is a true pleasure for lovers of outstanding natural beauty and history. The rich culture of Anglesey and its ancient attractions are reason enough to visit, but there are also magnificent beaches and cuisine. It has been designated an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - and for very good reason.
While visiting Anglesey (access is easy via the M6 to the M54 and the A5 from North and South of England - and rail access is also simple) any visitor would be missing out of they were not to spend at least some time in the wonderful seaside town of Beaumaris. Beaumaris Castle is a U.N World Heritage site and is well worth a visit. There's great pub food and ambiance at the George and Dragon pub which was built in 1410.
There are a variety of Anglesey holiday cottages available that will make any exploration of Beaumaris a pleasure. These include some wonderful character-filled classics for the family, as well as some exclusive accommodation options which feature all the mod-cons for the ultra discerning tourist.
Just South of the town of Amlwch on Anglesey you'll find the Parys Mountain. Here the exposed minerals glow in otherwordly hues of purple, green and orange. The Mountain was awarded World Heritage Site status in 2015 - and is an exceptional example of just what the 276 sq miles of the largest of the Welsh islands have to offer. Anglesey holiday cottages also provide an exceptional base for taking a walk along the coast from Point Lynas to Amlwch Port, playing a great round of golf, or enjoying world-class fishing.
The accommodation in the area is world-class, with some exceptional cottages that offer self-catering options for families and those in search of a romantic and secluded base to simply explore the island on foot or by bike. Cottages with incredible views over Amlwch are especially in demand for those with romance in mind.