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Cemaes (1.5mls SW), North Wales
Fri 13 Nov 2020
Cemaes Bay, North Wales
Newborough, North Wales
Menai Straits, North Wales
Trearddur Bay, North Wales
Fri 06 Nov 2020
Caernarfon (4mls NE), North Wales
Rhosneigr (2mls E), North Wales
Anglesey, North Wales
Sat 14 Nov 2020
Beaumaris, North Wales
Rhosneigr (7 mls W), North Wales
Fri 20 Nov 2020
Enjoy a getaway to North Wales by choosing one of our last-minute cottages in Anglesey. With its rich cultural history and dramatic landscapes, Anglesey is a great location for last-minute breaks for outdoor enthusiasts as well as families who are looking for fascinating days out. Book last minute cottages by the coast to appreciate the picturesque bays and beaches, allowing you to start your day with a refreshing walk or quick dip in the sea. Explore Anglesey from a fresh perspective by bike, or even by boat along the coastline, with much of it declared as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, helping to preserve the vast beaches and rugged bays.
Get to know the beauty of Anglesey with our last-minute deals, and head out onto the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path for miles of scenic walks. Have a day at the beach, indulging in a swim in the sea, with the kids building sandcastles and enjoying fish and chips by the ocean. Some of the prettiest beaches on Anglesey, and indeed all of Wales, include Newborough, Benllech and Traeth Crigyll. Spend an afternoon at Beaumaris Castle or Anglesey Sea Zoo for an interesting excursion. The cultural centre of Anglesey is Llangefni, however, Amlwch and Holyhead are also great towns to visit to get to know the locals with lunch in a friendly pub. Parys Mountain is the site of an old copper mine, with its red and rocky terrain that makes it a unique place to visit.
For an even larger choice of places to stay, check out our collections of last-minute cottages in North Wales and last-minute breaks across all of Wales.
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