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The above selection of filters can help you find the perfect holiday letting in Rhosneigr. Many properties in Rhosneigr include internet or gardens, which makes it a fantastic holiday spot if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you want a letting with a garden. It is also possible to search for an accommodation if you want a letting with a balcony or a patio , as 11 of the listed properties there include balconies/patios.
The Weather in Rhosneigr
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Above are the weather conditions for Rhosneigr. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Rhosneigr, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Rhosneigr
In Rhosneigr, house rentals are the most typical accommodation type. These holiday properties have an average size of 198 m² and cost, on average, £227 per night. Furthermore, if you're going in a group of 7, house rentals are most likely the perfect type of accommodation in Rhosneigr, since they are usually able to accommodate 7 people. If you would prefer to compare a different accommodation type, you may want to check out hotel rooms, which are the other most typical property type in Rhosneigr. These properties cost £122 per night , on average, and have an average size of 13 m².
Holiday Lettings in Rhosneigr, Wales- a coastal gem in Anglesey
For a relaxing break in one of Anglesey's most trendy coastal destinations, look for a holiday letting in Rhosneigr, Wales. The apartments and lettings in this area are varied, whether you are looking for a traditional, white-washed cottage, a quaint apartment overlooking the sea or a large barn conversion you will find the perfect letting opportunity.
Due to it's role as an up-and-coming surf destination, you will also find a range of more modern stylish apartments particularly in the centre of the town. The variery of self-catering lettings mean that everything is provided, leaving you to explore this beautiful area.
What are the best activities for families in Rhosneigr?
A range of activities perfect for the whole family
For a hands-on, interactive day out with the kids, take a trip to Anglesey Sea Zoo. This unique aquarium showcases some of the best of British marine life including octopuses, lobsters and catsharks. They have daily feedings and rock pool rummages so you can get close to these creatures.
Another popular attraction is Anglesey Model Village which is set in an acre of stunning parkland and gardens. In this intricate village you will be able to see models of some of the country's famous buildings in miniature.
Where are the unique attractions in Rhosneigr?
Exciting excursions and day trips from Rhosneigr, Wales
At just a twenty minute drive from Holyhead Port, one of the most popular excursions is to take the ferry across the Irish Sea to Dunlaoghaire followed by a short train ride to the bustling capital city of Dublin. Whether you choose to spend a day there or decide to spend the night, this city is filled with trendy bars, luxury shopping and a wide variety of attractions.
If you would prefer to keep your feet on dry land, the Welsh town of Caernarvon is within easy reach. It is home to a royal castle where Prince Charles had his investiture ceremony.
What are the must-see attractions in Rhosneigr?
Sights of interest in Rhosneigr, Wales
Situated on the eastern coast of the Isle of Anglesey, this small village boasts a stunning estuary which is perfect for a walk along the expansive sand dunes on either side.
St Cwyfan's Church
Just outside Aberffraw is the church known locally as the 'Church in the Sea', due to the fact that it is cut off by the tides for several hours a day.
Barclodiad y Gawres
This cruciform passage grave and burial chamber is noted for its beautifully decorated stones. The centre of the chamber includes the remains of a fire.
Located on the small island of Holyhead, Rhoscolyn is home to an extensive beach with glorious views over the Irish Sea.
This typical British seaside town is home to a sandy beach as well as a range of traditional cafes and restaurants making it a popular destination for holidaymakers.
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