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The Island

Anglesey is a place of myths and legends. Fact and fiction weave their webs to create an island that feels like a fairy tale. Peaceful pine forests, soft sandy coves and rugged cliffs hold secrets, wildlife, history and adventure and all entice you further onto this island that some of us call home.

From the moment you cross one of the bridges spanning the Menai Straits, you are on holiday. There are so many experiences waiting for you on Anglesey, from the peaceful solitude of a coffee in one of our many independent cafes, to the exhilaration of coasteering from the infamous Porthdafarch beach, there’s something for everyone… no matter what the weather!

Not only does Anglesey have plenty of experiences to offer, we also have a plethora of produce. We are an island of thriving small businesses and proud people. It might not surprise you to know that the two biggest industries on Anglesey are agriculture and tourism, so it is literally our job to send you home well fed, well stocked and well replenished.

We want you to love our island as much as we do, so we have created a handy guide to the best bits – read on to find out more!

Trearddur Bay

Trearddur Bay is an increasingly popular holiday destination on Anglesey. Despite this, the rugged beauty of the coastline remains largely untouched, with peaceful coves and smaller beaches nestled amongst the cliffs, providing a different landscape to the two main bays that our little village is, perhaps, best known for.

Trearddur Bay itself and Porth Dafarch beach have both been awarded the coveted ‘Blue Flag’ award again in 2021, which is something we are very proud of. Assessed against multiple criteria, including cleanliness and water quality, both beaches offer something different. If you require a ‘traditional’ beach holiday, with sea, sand and relaxation (we can’t promise sun!) then the main beach in Trearddur Bay has the stretches of golden sand that will suit. If you are looking for rock pools and a wilder scenery, Porth Dafarch is a few miles up the road, and a good base to try your hand at some adventure activities from. We are very lucky to have a wealth of experienced activity providers that can introduce you to coasteering, sea kayaking, rock climbing and paddle boarding, enabling you to make incredible memories, all while allowing you to view Anglesey from a different perspective. Many of our beaches are dog friendly all year round which is ideal as the majority of our self catering holiday lets allow dogs !

After you’ve worked up an appetite, we have a number of lovely places to eat in and around Trearddur Bay. Whether it’s a laid back coffee and cake or a fine dining experience that you are looking for, the village has it all – we even have a bubble tea café!

Our little seaside village has everything you need to have a wonderful holiday, from convenience shops for your morning newspaper, bread and milk, to restaurants and adventure activities. We are really proud of what we have to offer, so why not come and experience it for yourself?!

The Climate

The island has a low rolling, undulating landscape with frequent rocky outcrops and has an exceptionally mild climate as adverse weather fronts normally pass over the island unloading only when they reach the Snowdonia mountain ranges. It does rain on occasions of course and the island also gets its share of windy weather but frankly, this enhances the experience of island life with dramatic crashing seas and blown spume - great for wild walks.

Sports and Activities

Water sports, sea, river & lake fishing, bathing, diving, coasteering and sailing are the main activities in the summer months and golfers will enjoy the Holyhead Golf Club's 18 hole course and other courses on the island posing different challenges. It's a great place for nature lovers too with excellent bird watching, lots of rock pools to explore and an excellent coastal path. Facilities for squash and horse riding along with Clay Shooting and a notable Motor Racing Circuit are also available locally.


Anglesey has miles and miles of glorious coastline (over 120 miles of coastal paths to be precise!) ranging from long stretches of golden sands to tiny little coves that make you feel like you’re a million miles from the hustle and bustle of civilisation,

2019 saw six of our beaches awarded with the Blue Flag award, meaning that they were assessed on and met thirty two strict criteria relating to cleanliness, facilities, education, location and more. Situated in all four corners of Anglesey, it proves that, whichever way you drive after crossing the bridge, there’s somewhere beautiful to go!

Trearddur Bay is the beach that many of our guests while away their days on. Within walking distance of a number of our holiday homes, Trearddur Bay has the best of both worlds – rock pools with endless opportunities for wonder and a long stretch of golden sand surrounded by a promenade and smaller coves. There is a plethora of excellent places to eat, so it’s an excellent place for you to spend the day and evening.

Porthdafarch is a beach full of adventure and promise. Many outdoor activity companies operate from this beach as it is an ideal location for coasteering, sea kayaking and even abseiling and climbing!

Newborough beach is the perfect place to spend an afternoon before carrying on to your holiday property. In the South West of Anglesey, it’s located in the same area as some of the most popular tourist attractions, but once you are in the pine forests or on the sand dunes, you’d be hard pressed to remember that! Cycling and walking tracks are well thought out and maintained and Newborough Warren is a designated area of Special Scientific Interest, so if you are interested in wildlife and birds, this Blue Flag beach is the one for you. There’s also Llanddwyn Island, a tiny promontory only accessible when the tide is out and the centre of the legend of Saint Dwynwen.

Llanddona is another Blue Flag beach in the South of the island, but this time on the Eastern quarter. Bracketed by the Wales Coastal Path, this flat stretch of sand is a favourite amongst walkers and has truly beautiful scenery. It is said that this was the landing point for a group of witches that sailed from Ireland and set up their family home here, reportedly in the 17th century.

Church Bay, also known as Porth Swtan, is a truly beautiful spot on the North Eastern side of the island. Home to a renowned fish restaurant – the Lobster Pot – and a gorgeous café called The Wavecrest, it’s the perfect place to set up for the day!

Benllech is perhaps the most traditional British seaside beach, with a golden expanse of sand, perfect for building sandcastles on. The village is within walking distance and there are some lovely places to stop for a bite to eat.

Of course, there are many other beaches to visit and make memories at, such as Rhosneigr – well known for being an excellent surfing spot with a thriving village, or Aberffraw, reached only by exploring towering sand dunes. It’s safe to say that whether you are looking for an adrenalin filled adventure or a quiet spot to spend a few hours reading a book, there is a beach that will appeal to you on Anglesey!

Getting Here

Anglesey is surprisingly easy to reach from anywhere in Europe by fast trunk road, train, air or ferry. Away from the A55, life is peaceful and time slows down - the perfect place in which to rediscover tranquillity and nature.

By Car

The motorway network and the A55 road along the North Wales coast offers dual carriageway access right across the island or if you are travelling from the south you may prefer the A5 that takes you through the mountains of North Wales.

By Sea

Holyhead is the gateway to Ireland and Stena Line offers fast services to Dublin or more leisurely crossings in superbly equipped modern boats.

By Train

Bangor and Holyhead are on the main rail route to Ireland with connections and services from most parts of the UK.

By Air

Manchester Airport is established as an important access point for the UK. It offers easy access to North Wales from most parts of Europe, USA and beyond with good connections by rail and road. Alternatively, London and Cardiff are also well connected whether you choose to drive or come by train.

RAF Valley has facilities for landing private aircraft, and is currently operating commercial flights to and from Cardiff.

Getting Around on the Island

Anglesey is best experienced by car. If you do not have a car you can hire once locally, HERTZ have a car hire depot in Holyhead only 3 miles from Trearddur Bay, you can contact them on 01407 761 800 or visit their website https://www.hertz.co.uk/p/car-hire/uk/holyhead/holyhead-port-terminal-building for more information.

Can't drive ? then never fear ! Anglesey is supported by a network of public transport services. We have a good bus service which supplies pretty much every inch of the island ! Download the app TRAVELINE CYMRU for up to the minute local bus timetable information. You can also visit the Traveline Cymru website also for information of all the bus services the island has to offer https://www.traveline.cymru/

Things to see and do on the island

Whether you are visiting for the weekend or a two-week holiday you will certainly not be short of things to see and do whilst you visit the island. For a comprehensive guide of things to see and do whilst you visit head over to the visit Anglesey website where you can discover all the fabulous things the island has to offer https://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en or also you can visit https://www.anglesey-hidden-gem.com/ for some great local information

Below is just of the few (and our favourite!) delights you could experience during your stay

1. Bryn Celli Du Burial chamber (Ffingar, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Isle of Anglesey LL61 6EQ)

One of Anglesey’s most famous prehistoric landmarks, Bryn Celli Ddu (the ‘Mound in the Dark Grove’ in English) is actually two sites in one. In the early Neolithic (New Stone Age) period, a henge (bank and ditch) enclosing a circle of stones was built here, to be replaced later by a chambered tomb beneath a mound measuring up to 85ft/26m in diameter. Inside, a long, narrow passage leads to an octagonal chamber 8ft/2.4m across, where artefacts such as human bones, arrowheads and carved stones have been found.

But Bryn Celli Ddu’s most unusual feature can only be seen once a year. As the sun rises on the summer solstice (the longest day of the year) shafts of light shine directly down the tomb’s passageway to illuminate the chamber within.

For more information visit https://cadw.gov.wales/visit/places-to-visit/bryn-celli-ddu-burial-chamber

2. Holyhead Maritime Museum (Walthew Ave, Holyhead, LL65 1AF)

Situated at picturesque Newry Beach, the museum is a fascinating family experience. Take a step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales. Learn about shipwrecks, gallant rescues and pirates. Find out what it was like to sail on the Irish Sea 100 years ago. Visit our WW2 Air Raid Shelter and marvel at our collection of WW1 and WW2

For more information visit http://www.holyheadmaritimemuseum.co.uk/

3. Penrhos country park (Penrhos View, Holyhead, Wales LL65 2SW)

This area has been a Nature Reserve for decades with generations of Holyhead people being able to enjoy the natural heritage that Penrhos Coastal Park has to offer. The wooded area was planted in the 19th century and has a wealth of mixed deciduous and coniferous woodland, flora and fauna, bluebell beds, meadow butterflies, and freshwater habitats. This area alone attracts 100,000 visitors every year.

4. Porth Wen brickworks (Cemaes, LL68 9LH)

Porth Wen Brickworks was a Victorian brick manufacturing facility producing fire bricks made from quartzite. These special bricks were used to line steel furnaces all over. Built in the mid 19th century and producing bricks up until 1914, it opened again briefly from 1924 – 1949. The views around the brickworks are stunning, there is a natural stone arch at the properties edge. The brickworks have an almost other worldly feel about them, the remoteness of the location helps add to this.

For more information visit https://www.anglesey-hidden-gem.com/porth-wen-brick-works.html

5. Moelfre lifeboat station (Lifeboat House, Moelfre LL72 8LG)

Moelfre lifeboat station is run by the RNLI. The present boathouse became operational in March 2015.

The original boathouse was built in 1875 closer to the centre of the village and was replaced in 1909 by one occupying the present location. This was modified several times between 1930 and 1993 to accommodate larger boats; its slipway had been commensurately lengthened as well. This station was stone-built with rendered walls and a slate roof, on a rectangular base of coursed, squared limestone. There are 2 lifeboats present at the station. 

6. Green Lane Bike Tours (07940 966 879)

Explore Anglesey with your very own guide and have a brilliant adventure with Green Lane Bike Tours, the island’s only dedicated Bike Tours company!

For more information visit https://greenlanebiketours.co.uk/

7. Beaumaris Gaol (Steeple Ln, Beaumaris LL58 8EP)

This building is full of sad memories and secrets providing a fascinating insight into the world of the prisoner during the 1800s.

Walk along the dimly lit corridors and explore the spartan cells and places of punishment. Visit the condemned cell and experience the darkness of the punishment cell.

In 1862 Richard Rowlands was executed for the murder of his father-in-law. Rowlands protested his innocence and according to local tradition he put a curse on the clock in the church tower opposite the scaffold. To this day the clock has never kept the right time.

8.Anglesey wildlife walks (Personalised guided walks)

Experience the unique nature of the Isle of Anglesey through beautiful personal guided walks

For more information visit http://www.angleseywildlifewalks.com/

9. Pili Palas (Penmynydd Rd, Llangefni LL59 5RP)

Discover all weather fun on a magical day out to Pili Palas, Anglesey's Top Family Attraction. Open all year round, the butterfly house is home to all manner of birds, butterflies, insects and farm animals, as well as a café, gift shop and both indoor and outdoor play areas. You can take a seat in the aviary amongst free flying birds then drink your coffee while watching the meerkats in their outdoor area, or let your child run off some steam in the soft play house before wandering down to Pets Corner and meeting the rabbits! If you are feeling a bit braver, there are some six and eight legged friends lurking in display cases for you and even some reptiles. Near Menai Bridge, Pili Palas is a great place to visit before sampling some of the culinary delights of the independent restaurants and cafes in Menai Bridge itself.

For more information visit https://www.pilipalas.co.uk/

10. Anglesey Sea Zoo (Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwll LL61 6TQ)

An aquarium just outside Brynsiencyn, is always enjoyable. The owner is a leading light in sustainable practice on the island and holds many beach cleans that are free to attend – keep an eye on their website! The aquarium itself, although small, is home to a number of different displays and does an excellent job on educating people of all ages in the issues facing ocean life and what we can do to help. Children will find the different themed areas captivating and they have a fabulous outdoor play area – complete with miniature golf and a separate space for toddlers with an array of ride on and push along toys. The café is over and above what you may have come to expect from a tourist attraction and serves delicious food, often home-made, with locally sourced produce. You could easily spend a couple of hours here, followed by lunch!

11. Llanbadrig church (LL67 0LH)

Eglwys Llanbadrig - or The Church of St Patrick - is said to have been founded by Saint Patrick in 440 AD and is the oldest church in Wales. It sits on the windswept headland overlooking the small islet where St Patrick is said to have been shipwrecked.

For more information visit https://cemaes.wales/local-places/llanbadrig-church/

12. South stack lighthhouse (South Stack Lighthouse, Holyhead LL65 1YH)

South Stack is set in a spectacular location to the north-west of Holyhead.

The lighthouse acts as a waymark for coastal traffic and a landmark and orientation light for vessels crossing the Irish Sea to and from the ports of Holyhead and Dun Laoghaire. You can now experience the Lighthouse Tour having followed the keeper's journey down the 400 steps on to the island and view the fascinating geology of the surrounding cliffs.

For more information visit https://www.trinityhouse.co.uk/lighthouse-visitor-centres/south-stack-lighthouse-visitor-centre

13. Stone Science Museum (Bryn Eglwys, Llanddyfnan, Pentraeth LL75 8UL)

The Stone science museum is full of quirky displays and is a real treasure trove for anyone interested in fossils and precious stones. An unassuming building on the outside, the museum is owned and run by geologist Dave Wilson, and is an eclectic mix of artefacts. Spanning 650 million years, the collection is expansive and well-presented and the staff are knowledgeable, passionate and friendly. If you want to take home your very own little treasure, the gift shop is unique and you could spend an hour in there alone, just browsing!

For more information visit http://stonescience.co.uk/

14. Foel Farm Park (Foel Farm Park, Brynsiencyn, Isle of Anglesey LL61 6TQ)

''This may be a working farm but it's certainly not a case of all work and no play: there is actually loads for the smalls to do plus of course chances to feed and meet the farm animals.

Explore the farm in style on either the tractor and trailer or quad bike and mini trailer rides! There are also delightful pony rides for smaller children (during school holidays and weekends, weather permitting). Small bags of feed are on sale that you can give to many of the residents, plus there is bottle feeding you can join in with for the lambs in spring and early summer. And everything except the feed bags is included in your admission for a nice change!

The Anglesey Chocolate Farm is also sited here, where you can see chocolates being made by an expert chocolatier. Can you also buy them you ask? They think they might just be able to part with some for you, yes!

Worth a stop for a coffee in the Garden Terrace just to get at the view overlooking Snowdonia, Caernarfon Castle and the Menai Strait. Wonderful backdrop for a family photo too''.


15. GeoMon (Amlwch LL68 9HE)

Visit the highly interesting Geopark Centre to see the new special dispalys relating to the new changing geology to climate throughout geological time. 

GeoMôn was set up as a major project to establish Anglesey as an international 'Geopark'. Geoparks are recognised and promoted by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organisation), and the European Geoparks Network (EGN). The Geopark visitor centre is located in a building originally constructed as a shelter for pilots waiting to guide the old sailing ships in and out of the historic Porth Amlwch.

 For more information visit https://www.geomon.co.uk/

16. The Ucheldre Centre (Mill Bank, Holyhead LL65 1TE)

The Ucheldre Centre is one of the leading arts centres in the country. The diverse programming weaves together performers and artists of international standing and community events nurturing the creativity of local people.

For more information visit https://ucheldre.org/

17. Beaumaris Castle (Beaumaris Castle, Castle St, Beaumaris LL58 8AP)

A Fortress of near-perfect symmetry but also an unfinished masterpiece. Beaumaris Castle is famous as the greatest castle never built. It was the last of the royal strongholds created by Edward I in Wales – and perhaps his masterpiece.

Edward and his architect James of St George took full advantage of a blank canvas: the ‘Beau Mareys’ or ‘beautiful marsh’ beside the Menai Strait. After constructing the great castles of Conwy, Caernarfon and Harlech, Beaumaris Castle was to be their crowning glory, the castle to end all castles.

The result was a fortress of immense size and near-perfect symmetry. No fewer than four concentric rings of formidable defences included a water-filled moat with its very own dock. The outer walls alone bristled with 300 arrow loops.

For more information visit https://www.beaumaris.com/

18. Rib Charter

SBS Rib Charter has been operating in Anglesey waters for almost 20 years. It is run by Aubrey Diggle whose career includes Auxiliary Coastguard, Commercial Diver, Fisherman and Skipper.
He has also, during that time, been involved with the RNLI as Crew, Senior Helmsman and is currently Operations Manager of the local station so collectively his knowledge of local coastal waters is unsurpassed.

His vast experience will ensure that your scenic trip is safe and comfortable, whilst also thrilling, exciting and informative.
All three of the tours detailed overleaf offer stunning views, marine life activity and a totally exhilarating experience.
We are also happy to offer a bespoke service, tailoring a trip to your own preference.

Ring Aubrey Diggle on 07866 014393 or visit https://www.sbsribcharter.co.uk/

19. Anglesey adventures

Anglesey Adventures is an outdoor adventure company, that provides adventure activity days and adventure breaks on Anglesey and throughout North Wales. If you're looking for an outdoor experience with a difference, then our adventure activities will not disappoint you.

For more information   Email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Telephone:  07896 239951 website https://www.angleseyadventures.com/

20. Llynon Mill (Llanddeusant, Wales LL65 4AB)

Llynon Mill, built in 1775, is the only working windmill in Wales producing stoneground wholemeal flour using organic wheat.

There are also two roundhouses providing a unique insight of the life of Iron Age farmers over 3000 years ago.

  • Walk the family friendly Llynon Trail (approx 2 miles).
  • Build your own Iron Age structure using our Den Building kits.
  • Parking on site
  • Shop - selling an array of gifts and a wide range of innovative craftwork.

For more information visit https://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en/things-to-do/activities/llynon/#.YfZZPfinyUk

21. Plas Cadnant Gardens (Cadnant Rd, Menai Bridge, Wales LL59 5NH)

Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens were a secret for more than 70 years. Restored to their former splendour, the gates are open again so you can explore this magical place. Stroll around the beautiful walled garden. Wander through a wooded dell full of fabulous plants and flowering shrubs. Pause beside a bewitching stream of natural pools and waterfalls. The gardens are bordered by a SSSI (site of special scientific interest), home to the delightful Red Squirrel, rare ferns and mosses. Every step in this 10-acre paradise is a moment to treasure.

Foe more information visit https://plascadnant.co.uk/

22. Cartio Mon Go - Karting (A5, Bodedern, Anglesey LL65 3PA)

Cartio Mon Karting is Anglesey's only leisure karting centre. With the addition of the most up-to-date outdoor karting fleet, individuals and private groups can now book the very latest karts on a 400m, fully floodlit outdoor circuit.

To book visit https://www.gokartingtickets.co.uk/tickets/cartio-mon-karting/

23. Halen Mon (Brynsiencyn, Isle of Anglesey, LL616TQ)

The Anglesey family food business making the world's finest sea salt. Halen Môn Welsh sea salt is sold worldwide and in over 100 of the best UK delicatessens, plus on the shelves of some of the nation’s best regarded chain food stores. Alison and David Lea-Wilson set up the business on the beautiful island of Anglesey.  

For more information visit https://www.halenmon.com/

24. Anglesey Circuit/ Trac Mon (Ty Croes LL63 5TF)

Set on the west coast of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, Anglesey Circuit provides visitors with a challenging and exciting circuit in a breath-taking location.

For more information visit https://www.angleseycircuit.com/

25. Plas Newydd House and Gardens (Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 6DQ)

Plas Newydd is a country house set in gardens, parkland and surrounding woodland on the north bank of the Menai Strait, in Llanddaniel Fab, near Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey, Wales. The current building has its origins in 1470, and evolved over the centuries to become one of Anglesey's principal residences.

For more information visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/plas-newydd-house-and-garden

26. Sea Kayaking Anglesey

Sea Kayaking Anglesey is a small company that specialises in sea kayak courses. Based on Holy Island, Anglesey, probably the best place in the world for sea kayaking, they offer an exciting range of courses whatever your level of ability. The sheltered bays, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife appeal to those looking for an introduction to sea kayaking, while the offshore islands, rugged cliffs and complex tides appeal to those looking for more advanced conditions.

For more information visit https://www.seakayakinganglesey.co.uk/

27. Parys Mountain (LL68 9RE)

Parys Mountain is one of Anglesey’s must-visit locations! There is a network of walks around the weird landscape of the ancient copper mine at Parys Mountain.  A sight not to be missed is the spectacular Great Opencast – shaped by miners using nothing more than picks, shovels and gunpowder!  There is a level walk around the top of the Great Opencast and a viewing area with a stunning panorama that shows off the excavation’s amazing colours - an artist’s palette of reds, oranges, pinks, browns, purples, blacks, greens, yellows, and greys.

For more information visit https://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en/things-to-do/activities/landscape-parys-mountain/#.YfZdXfinyUk

28. Oriel Mon ( Rhosmeirch, Llangefni LL77 7TQ)

Oriel Môn is a museum and arts centre located in Llangefni, Anglesey, Wales. A two-part centre, the History Gallery provides an insight into the island's culture, history and environment. The Art Gallery has a changing programme of exhibitions, encompassing art, craft, drama, sculpture and social history.

For more information visit https://www.orielmon.org/en-gb

29. Holyhead Breakwater Park (Breakwater Country Park, Holyhead LL65 1YG)

Holyhead Breakwater Coastal Park is a former rock quarry featuring scenic trails, birdwatching & a lake with fishing.

For more information visit https://www.anglesey.gov.uk/en/Residents/Countryside/Holyhead-Breakwater-Country-Park.aspx



Anglesey has an abundance of places to eat and drink from quaint little cafes to Michelin star restaurants. Below is a selection of our favourites. Booking is highly recommended in advance in peak season


1. Sea Shanty Restaurant (Lon St Ffraid, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead LL65 2YR)

Website: https://seashantycafe.co.uk/reservations   Tel : 01407 728 200


2. Oceans Edge (Lon Isallt, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead LL65 2UP)

Web : https://www.oceansedgerestaurant.co.uk/book  Tel: 01407 861 785


3. Anchirage Hotel (Four Mile Bridge, Holyhead LL65 2EZ)

Web: https://www.the-anchorage-hotel.com/  Tel : 01407 740 168


4. The Midland (38 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8BB)

Web: https://themidlandtapas.com/  Tel : 01248 810 429


5. The White Eagle (Rhoscolyn, Anglesey LL65 2NJ)

Web: http://www.white-eagle.co.uk/main-menu  Tel : 01407 860 267


6. The Oyster Catcher (Maelog Lake, Rhosneigr, Anglesey LL64 5JP)

Web: https://oystercatcheranglesey.co.uk/main-menu Te: 01407 812 829


7. The Ship Inn (Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey LL75 8RJ )

Web: http://www.shipinnredwharfbay.co.uk/  Tel 01248 852 568


8. Black Lion Inn (Llanfaethlu, Anglesey LL65 4NL)

Web: https://www.blasmwy.co.uk/  Tel: 01407 730 718


9. Trearddur Bay Hotel (Trearddur Bay, Anglesey LL65 2UN)

Web : https://www.trearddurbayhotel.co.uk/ Tel : 01407 860 301


10. Dylans (St George’s Road, Menai Bridge , Anglesey LL59 5EY)

Web: https://www.dylansrestaurant.co.uk/bookings Tel : 01248 716 714


11. Neptune Bistro (27 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8AP)

Tel: 01248 810 327 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/neptunebistro/


12. The Tavern On The Bay (St. David’s Park, Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey LL75 8RJ)

Web: https://www.thetavernonthebay.co.uk/ Tel : 01248 852 751


13. The Old Boathouse (Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey LL75 8RJ)

Web :https://www.theboathouseanglesey.com/  Tel: 01248 852 731


14. Pier House Bistro (The Front, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8BS)

Web: http://www.pierhousebistro.com/ Tel 01248 811 055


15. Sosban and The Old Butchers (1 High Street, Trinity House, Menai Bridge, Anglesey LL59 5EE) (weeks waiting list - book early !)

Web: https://sosbanandtheoldbutchers.com/  Tel: 01248 208 131


16. Bulkeley Hotel (19 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8AW)

Web: https://bulkeleyhotel.co.uk/  Tel : 01248 810 415


17. Toms Hamburger House (35 High Street, Menai Bridge, Isle of Anglesey LL59 5EF)

Web: https://tableagent.com/wales/toms-hamburger-house/  Tel:01248 712 211)


 18. Dockshack (9 Castle St, Beaumaris LL58 8AP, UK)

Web: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Dockshack/posts/  Tel : NO CONTACT NO


19. Freckled Angel Small Plates Restaurant (49 High Street, Menai Bridge, Anglesey LL59 5EF)

Web : https://freckledangel.godaddysites.com/menu  Tel: 01248 209 952


20. Sandy Mount House (High Street, Sandy Mount House, Rhosneigr, Anglesey LL64 5UX)

Web : https://sandymounthouse.co.uk/eat-and-drink/  Tel: 01407 253 102


21. The Lobster Pot (Church Bay, Anglesey, Wales LL65 4EU)

Web: https://www.thelobsterpot.uk/  Tel: 01407 730 241


22. Bishopgate Hotel (54 Castle Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8BB)

Web: https://www.bishopsgatehotel.co.uk/  Tel: 01248 810 302


23. Catch 22 Brasserie (London Road, Valley, Anglesey LL65 3DP)

Web: https://www.catch22brasserie.co.uk/menu  Tel: 01407 238 220


24. The Seacroft (Ravenspoint Road, Trearddur Bay, Anglesey LL65 2YU)

Web: https://theseacroft.pub/ Tel: 01407 860 348


25. Anglesey Arms (Mona Road, Anglesey Arms, Menai Bridge, Anglesey LL59 5EA)

Web: https://www.anglesey-arms.co.uk/  Tel: 01248 712 305


We hope the above information will help you get started ! Remember to follow us on instagram @trearddurbayholidayhomes and show us your lovely holiday photos so that others can discover the wonderful sights of Anglesey too :-)