Holiday In Anglesey Review Guide.

For planning your holiday in Anglesey in Wales. Isle of Anglesey with its many sandy beaches and with the entire rural coastline of Anglesey being designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 Anglesey is separated from the mainland by the Menai Strait, which is spanned by the two picturesque bridges, the Britannia Bridge and the Menai Bridge. Near the beautiful Snowdonia mountain range, Anglesey is situated off the north-west coast of Wales.


Anglesey Outdoors. A residential centre located 5 minutes’ walk from blue award winning Porthdafarch Beach. Set in 14-acre grounds, it offers functional accommodation with an on-site bar and bistro and a bicycle and surf board rental. Anglesey Outdoors is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, various nearby activities include kayaking, climbing and diving, as well as walking on the Anglesey Coastal Path. Holyhead ferry Terminal and Train Station are only 2 miles away. Guests can use the communal kitchens to prepare meals with 24-hour free tea and coffee available. The centre also offers cooked breakfasts, packed lunches and dinner made with local produce for an extra charge. While the on site Paddlers Return Bar has an evening and light snack menu.


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