Anglesey Lodges & Holiday Parks

Escape to the captivating island of Anglesey, situated off the northwest coast of Wales. With its stunning landscapes, rich history and coastal charm, Anglesey offers a delightful retreat for travellers seeking a perfect blend of tranquillity and adventure on their holiday in Wales. Explore Anglesey's natural wonders, from its rugged coastline and sandy beaches to its picturesque countryside and lush farmland. Discover hidden coves and bays, enjoy refreshing walks along the Wales Coast Path, and witness breathtaking sunsets over the Irish Sea. Looking for holiday accommodation to get away from it all and be one with nature? Or perhaps you're in search of the perfect place to spend the school holidays with the kids? Then look no further than our holiday parks and lodges in Anglesey, with a choice of tranquil waterside settings and breathtaking rural locations. Our holiday homes have something for everyone, from romantic hot tub lodges and family-friendly holiday parks to cosy log cabins and dog-friendly cottages.

View of Twr Mawr Lighthouse on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales

Holiday parks near the beach in Anglesey

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Things to do in Anglesey on your holiday in Wales

Discover an abundance of historic sites and cultural wonders...
The Isle of Anglesey boasts a rich historical heritage, with ancient sites and medieval castles awaiting exploration. Anglesey can often cast a spell on you, and you don't have to venture far from the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge to find a unique stretch of coastline filled with sites of historical or scientific interest. Marvel at the mystical ruins of Beaumaris Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, or venture to the prehistoric burial mound of Bryn Celli Ddu to unlock secrets from the island's past. The Menai Strait, which separates Anglesey from the mainland of North Wales, is renowned for its natural beauty, with views of Snowdonia National Park to the southeast and the mountains of the Llŷn Peninsula to the southwest. Carved during the ice age some 20,000 years ago, the Strait sits on a major fault line and is still the most seismically active place in Wales.

Explore the great outdoors with stunning views...
Covering 276 square miles, the Isle of Anglesey is Wales' largest island, encompassing gorgeous coastline, hidden beaches and picturesque countryside. The Anglesey Coast Path around the island passes through farmland, coastal heath, golden sands, dunes, salt marsh, foreshore, cliffs and small wooded areas. Enjoy wonderful seascapes and beaches, and discover amazing bird species, wildflowers and marine life. Action lovers will be drawn to one of the many annual sporting events hosted on the island. Try the challenging Anglesey leg of the Endurance Life Coastal Trail Series, a tough 15.5 mile trail race with 2000ft ascent, taking in Holyhead Mountain and Trearddur Bay beach. The popular annual Walking Festival is a 2-week event suitable for all abilities, and for the brave, the Tour de Mon is a 106-mile cycling sportive starting at Newry Beach in Holyhead.

Visit quaint coastal towns and villages...
Experience the warmth of local Welsh hospitality in charming coastal villages and town, where traditional pubs and cosy cafes welcome you with open arms. Indulge in Anglesey's renowned culinary delights, including freshly caught seafood, locally sourced produce and delightful artisanal treats. Discover the rich maritime history of Holyhead, visit the traditional markets in Llangefni, admire the Georgian architecture in Beaumaris, marvel at marine creatures at Anglesey Sea Zoo in Brynsiencyn or explore the charming harbour in the popular seaside village of Cemaes Bay. Anglesey is also home to a village that is famous for having one of the longest names in the world, often abbreviated to Llanfair PG - good luck trying to pronounce the whole thing! If you're booking a romantic getaway in Anglesey, consider adding an extra special touch with your own private hot tub, a cosy open fire or sea views.

Sea views in Holyhead in Anglesey, Wales