Places To Visit

There are so many amazing places to visit in Anglesey that it’s hard to pick just a few!

We always recommend our guests explore every inch of our magical island, as there’s always new things to see and do but the suggestions below represent just a handful of our favourite places.

South Stack Lighthouse (24 miles away)

South Stack Lighthouse (24 miles away)

If you’re not afraid of heights and don’t mind a mini adventure then make sure you take in South Stack Lighthouse during your stay with us.
Accessed via 400 steps in the cliffside and a bridge high above the roaring waves, you can enjoy a tour of the engine room and climb the narrow stairs right to the top for epic views out to sea.

If you’re a twitcher then this is a great place to visit, with spectacular birdwatching around here.

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Beaumaris (9 miles away)

This pretty little seaside town enjoys views out across the Menai Strait to Snowdonia.

Spend time enjoying the cafes, shops and eateries or enjoy coastal walks along the sea front and pier. You can even enjoy a boat trip out to nearby Puffin Island – another great spot for wildlife lovers.

A hugely popular attraction here is the 12th Century castle – a must for budding historians.

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Beaumaris (9 miles away)

Llanddwyn Island (16 miles away)

One of the most picturesque locations in Wales, Llanddwyn Island is always a popular choice.

The ruined church was once home to Saint Dwynwen – the Welsh patron saint of lovers from the 5th century A.D.

Llanddwyn beach is a cosy cove of pristine sand and it’s backed by a forest that’s home to rare red squirrels.

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Penmon Point (14 miles away)

Head east from our glamping site to Penmon Point, which is widely regarded as something of a must-see destination.

It boasts a pebble beach and commands views out across Puffin Island and the North Wales coast.

However its main draw is the iconic Trwyn Du Lighthouse which sits on an outcrop of rocks just off the beach.

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Trearddur Beach (20 miles away)

If you’re a beach lover then they don’t come much better than Trearddur, which is renowned as one of the best on Anglesey.

It’s surrounded by lots of facilities, with cafes and toilets nearby, so you’re never too far from an essential ice-cream!

Here you can also partake in a variety of watersports including canoeing, surfing, jet skiing and even sailing!

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