Browse on Likibu for an exceptional range of holiday lets in Anglesey to find the right one for your next holiday to this stunning Welsh island. Why not book a holiday cottage in Anglesey to feel like a local and have the pleasures of home-comfort. If you would prefer something a little smaller, we have a variety of holiday rentals such as B&B’s available for your stay.
Holiday Homes on the Island of Anglesey. Ahoy!
Enjoy a breath of fresh air on the Welsh island of Anglesey. Book a cottage in Anglesey so you can relax and explore the island at your own pace. Get involved with golf, walking, cycling and admire the stunning coastlines and nature that is present in Anglesey. Book a holiday let like a bed and breakfast near the coast and wake up to seabirds calling as the wind carries them and take a peaceful morning stroll on the beaches. If you would prefer a holiday cottage more inland in the countryside, over 220 square miles of Anglesey has been declared an Area of Outstanding Beauty, so you are guaranteed to have a glorious view. Book your accommodation now on Likibu for the best prices and the right place for you.
Best time to visit?
As usual with Welsh weather, if you are looking to book your holiday rental for a hottish holiday, then the best time would be July, August and September. However, the views and walks can be completed and seen during every season of the year and still look stunning.
How to get to the island?
If you are coming by car, the easiest route is to take the A55 across the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge where you will automatically feel part of the island life. If you are coming from further afield, Anglesey can be reached by train direct from London as well as by air at Anglesey Airport. The easy journey to this spectacular island makes it hard to leave!
Anglesey has a public transport system in place, pick up a bus timetable and get a runabout ticket if you plan on using the bus for a day. The several bus routes can take you all around the island. Generally, the bus system is reduced on Sundays and Bank holidays so bare this in mind. If you have your car then driving is always a good option.
Where to stay in Anglesey?
Book a holiday cottage in Anglesey and stay in the beautiful coastal village of Rhosneigr. This quaint village is based on the south west coast of the island and is surrounded by picture perfect beaches and on clearer days, Snowdonia can be seen in the distance. Book accommodation here for a relaxing and wholesome stay.
If you enjoy long walks and complete serenity book a holiday rental like a B&B in Aberffraw. Set on the coast, there are plenty of options for walking routes set out along the coast. There are both short and long walk options for all abilities. For peaceful stay book a holiday cottage here.
This is a popular seaside resort perfect for families to book holiday rentals. There is a wide, large sandy beach that is a safe place for kids to play as there are also many rockpools and slipways. This bay is close to Holyhead which is a perfect spot to go shopping on a rainy day so book your bed and breakfast soon to get the best prices on Airbnb.
What to do in Anglesey?
Visiting this large village is a must do just to say you have been to a place with the longest name in Europe. It is situated next to the Menai Suspension Bridge, so you can get some good shots if you come at sunrise or sunset.
This ancient castle was built in 13th Century as part of Edward I's campaign to conquer the north of Wales. A great attraction to see and fun for all the family as the castle puts on activities and events throughout the year.
The Anglesey Coastal Path
The coastal path of Anglesey is definitely a place worth visiting where you are a walker or not, come for the spectacular views. The coastal path is 125 miles long and if you are a geography enthusiast there are over 100 or more rock types. Oliver Cromwell and Charles Dickens have visited this coastal path providing content in many of their works.
The Copper Kingdom
In Amlwch, visit the largest copper mine in the world. This is a unique attraction for Anglesey as it is a unique landscape and provides cool views of Parys Mountain. Back in the 1800s there were around 10,000 people working and residing in Amlwch.