Holiday Homes in Snowdonia | The Isle of Anglesey

The Isle of Anglesey

Although a short journey away from your coastal holiday homes in Snowdonia, the sheer scope of activities and attractions in Anglesey could be just the perfect thing to lure you away from your cosy accommodation this month.

As one of the most beautiful and serene locations throughout North Wales, the Isle of Anglesey offers plenty of opportunities for thrill-seekers as well. Here is just a small collection of what you can expect when you venture to this amazing isle.

Beaches

Anglesey’s beaches are the cream of the crop with many of them topping the list of the best places to be in Wales for the summertime. Bring along your towel and take a gentle stroll around one of the many sands and shales you can relax by.

In winter, although not quite as ideal a way to spend your day out (expect plenty of wind!), an adventure along the paths with the family is a special way to enjoy the Welsh air.

Fun Days Out

Doubtlessly one of the hubs for family friendly fun throughout the region, there are plenty of exciting activities for the young ones to get lost in.

Pili Palas Nature World is a gorgeous celebration of all things wildlife and has all assortments of creepy crawlies, furry animals and one or two meerkats. An adventure to the Anglesey Sea Zoo is equally amazing for anyone aquatic and is one of the most beloved attractions in the region.

If you’re after old school entertainment for the youngsters then don’t forget the Treasure Island Fun Centre: the most fun way to get them off of their Playstations and into exciting exercise.

Architecture

Anglesey is as famed for its rich buildings and jaw-dropping scenery as much as everywhere else in North Wales and it can come as no surprise when you see just a few of them during your day out.

Plas Newydd is a place of countrywide renown as it has been so lovingly constructed that it appears almost contemporary. In fact, it was bestowed upon the Marquess of Anglesey for his heroism during the Battle of Waterloo and it’s this kind of history which is evident when you walk around its hallowed halls.

The local area of Beaumaris also offers one or two distinctive and interesting attractions as the gaol and castle are two of the places many adventurers try to tick off their “to-see” list.