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The Weather in Trearddur Bay
Here is our climate diagram for Trearddur Bay. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Trearddur Bay, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
A windswept holiday cottage at the village of Trearddur Bay
Choose from modern apartments and traditional cottages in Trearddur Bay, which owes its name to nearby hamlet Tre Arthur, meaning 'Arthur's town'. Your own Trearddur Bay cottage lets you best experience this hamlet where time appears to have stood still.
Dine by the sea
Craft your own culinary trip through Trearddur Bay's traditional kitchens and waterside establishments. Right on the beach is the ambient Black Seal Kitchen & Bar, a must-visit for its contemporary British cuisine and signature seafood like Menai mussels and pan fried sea bass. The Sea Shanty Cafe, meanwhile, offers hearty breakfasts and a children's menu. For more international fare, a short drive to next door Holyhead brings you to the Mandarin Royale.
A family-friendly bay
Kids will go crazy for the toddler and junior carts at Cartio Mon, a fun outdoor go-kart track in Anglesey. Continuing south-east is the delightful Foel Farm Park, near Brynsiencyn, where tots can pet lambs, and ride a tractor, trailer, quad bike, or pony. The on-site Anglesey Chocolate Farm hosts educational chocolate workshops, a pleasure for kids and adults alike. Watch out for divine views of the Menai Straits, Caernarfon, and Snowdonia from the farm. Another family favourite is the Anglesey Sea Zoo, home to the best of British marine life: lobsters, seahorses, British cat sharks, conger eels, and much more.
Nature at your doorstep
Porth Dafarch beach and the Trearddur main beach are perfect for family picnics, sunbathing, and swimming. The beach also has play areas and a football pitch. Shallow scuba diving, surfing, water skiing, and deep sea fishing keep water babies occupied. Why not discover the surrounding coastline with a chartered boat trip? For a day of kayaking in tranquil waters, head to the seas around Holy Island. An eternal favourite of hikers and walkers, the Anglesey Coastal Footpath takes you past an atmospheric RSPB Reserve and lighthouse.
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