These are some of the main local attractions – it is by no means comprehensive. Visit Anglesey’s website has many suggestions on how to make best use of your time here.

WALKING AND HIKING

Anglesey Coastal path can be reached on foot from the property, and the whole path offers numerous graded walking options.

One attraction within walking distance and not to be missed is Plas Cadnant Hidden Garden, an idyllic garden with the Cadnant River running through it, and a fantastic tea-room.

There are two National Trust properties nearby: Plas Newydd and Penrhyn Castle.

Snowdonia National Park with its unlimited possibilities is within easy reach.

CYCLING There are many cycling options on Anglesey, including the national cycle networks paths.

WATERSPORTS: Plas Menai National Watersport Centre

Rib Ride Boat Tours and Foil Ride, located in Menai Bridge offer exhilarating boat trips to showcase the best of the local coastal scenery.

Psyched Paddleboarding is also located a short stroll away and is a highly recommended and more relaxing way of getting on the water.

BEACHES

There are several shingle/pebble beach areas within walking distance and plenty of opportunity to spend an hour or two in the company of ducks, swans, oyster catchers and the ever-present seagulls! For some sandier options, why not visit the beaches in Benllech, Red Wharf Bay, or Llanddwyn?

PONY-TREKKING/HORSE RIDING: Anglesey Riding Centre

GOLF: Baron Hill

FISHING: Llyn y Gors Fishery, Llandegfan . Also plentiful options on the Menai Strait, fishing trips can be arranged from Beaumaris.


SOME OTHER SUGGESTIONS

Halen Môn visitor centre

RSPB Centre South Stack, Holyhead

Some family-friendly attractions on our doorstep:

Pili Palas Nature World

Foel Farm

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Tacla Taid

Greenwood Forest Park

Zip World

Gypsy Wood