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Anglesey Bungalows

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This small, family run holiday park sits in the quiet seaside village of Trearddur Bay on Anglesey’s north west coast.
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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges

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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and enjoys a truly breath-taking location surrounded by the majestic countryside and tranquil rolling hills of Anglesey.
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Glan Morfa Lodge Retreat is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, a selection of lovingly restored holiday cottages on the stunning Isle of Anglesey in North Wales.
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Anglesey Visitor's Guide

Embark on an Anglesey adventure, where the rugged coastline meets serene beaches, offering a playground for water sports enthusiasts and peace-seekers alike. Savour the fresh catch of the day at local eateries, or indulge in homemade Welsh cakes at a quaint café. Explore ancient castles, wind-swept lighthouses, and the island's unique wildlife. Anglesey is also home to Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch, the village with the longest name in Europe! For those craving a cosy retreat, a lodge or cabin stay is ideal, whether it's a romantic escape, a family outing, or a chill trip with friends. Discover the charm of lodge living on this captivating island.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Anglesey?

Anglesey's a real gem off the coast of North Wales, with a mix of rugged coastline, lush countryside, and ancient sites that could fill your Instagram feed for days. It's got a history that stretches back to the druids, but don't worry, it's not all dusty old stones; there's a vibrant culture here too. In 2024, the island's hosting some cracking events, like the Anglesey Food Festival, showcasing the best local grub, and the Tour de Mon cycling race, which is a must for any bike enthusiast. Opting for a lodge over a hotel? You're in for a treat. It's about space, privacy, and being smack in the middle of nature. Plus, Anglesey's uniqueness? It's the blend of Welsh culture with an island twist that you won't find anywhere else on the mainland.

If you're visiting Anglesey with kids

Anglesey's a playground for the little ones. There's loads to keep them entertained, from the Anglesey Sea Zoo to Beaumaris Castle, where they can pretend to be knights or princesses. Lodges are spot on for families, offering the freedom to run around and make noise without worrying about the guests next door. Plus, having your own kitchen means you can whip up meals for fussy eaters anytime.

  1. Swimwear and towels for the beach
  2. Sturdy shoes for castle exploring
  3. Waterproofs – it's Wales, after all
  4. Binoculars for birdwatching at South Stack
  5. Bucket and spade for sandcastle champions
  6. Sun cream for those surprisingly sunny days
  7. Backpack for carrying snacks and treasures

Pet Friendly Anglesey Adventures

Bringing your furry mate to Anglesey? No worries, it's super pet-friendly. Loads of pubs and cafes welcome dogs with open arms. The White Eagle in Rhoscolyn and The Oyster Catcher in Rhosneigr are just a couple of spots where you and your pooch can chill after a day of adventures. When you're booking a lodge, look out for ones with enclosed gardens so your dog can roam freely. And remember to pack their bed and favourite toys to make them feel at home.

Dog walking ideas in Anglesey

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Newborough Forest Varies Woodland & Beach LL61 6SG
Llanddwyn Island 3.5 Beach & Historical Sites LL61 6SG
Anglesey Coastal Path Varies Coastal & Countryside LL65 2LP
Beaumaris to Penmon Point 5.5 Coastal & Lighthouse LL58 8RR
Red Wharf Bay Varies Beach & Village LL75 8RJ

Remember, these are just a few ideas to get you started. Anglesey's full of spots where you and your dog can have a blast. Just make sure to keep an eye on any livestock and wildlife, and respect the local rules about keeping dogs on leads where necessary.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to fan the flames of love, Anglesey's lodges are a dreamy escape. Imagine unwinding in a hot tub under the stars after a day exploring the island's stunning coastline. Some lodges even offer pamper packs for that extra touch of luxury. For a truly indulgent experience, check out lodges that partner with local spas or offer in-lodge treatments. Dining out is a treat here too, with many lodges boasting gourmet kitchens or proximity to quaint seaside restaurants perfect for a romantic meal.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Anglesey's local cuisine is a celebration of fresh, coastal flavours. Seafood is a must-try, with dishes like Menai mussels gaining fame. For a hearty meal, the Ship Inn at Red Wharf Bay is a top pick. Families will love the welcoming atmosphere of The White Eagle in Rhoscolyn, which has a great kids' menu. Couples looking for an intimate dining experience should book a table at Sosban & The Old Butchers Restaurant, known for its innovative tasting menus.

For a good night out

For those after a lively evening, Anglesey doesn't disappoint. Start with a sunset drink at The Oystercatcher in Rhosneigr. Then, head to The Bull in Beaumaris, a pub with rave reviews for its atmosphere. For live music and a buzzing scene, The Tafarn Y Rhos is the place to be. Remember, a night out here is about soaking in the local charm, not just the pints!


Anglesey is a haven for anglers, with its coastline and inland lakes offering plenty of fishing opportunities. Here's a handy list of spots to cast your line:

  • Llyn Alaw - renowned for trout fishing | LL68 9LN
  • Llynnon Mill - great for coarse fishing | LL65 4AB
  • Beaumaris Pier - sea fishing with stunning views | LL58 8BS
  • Cemlyn Bay - ideal for catching bass | LL67 0EA
  • Afon Alaw - perfect for salmon and sea trout | LL65 3LJ

Outdoor Adventures

For adrenaline junkies, Anglesey's outdoor activity centres are a treasure trove. RibRide offers exhilarating boat trips, while Anglesey Adventures provides everything from rock climbing to coasteering. Prices vary, but expect to pay around £40-£100 per person depending on the activity. Most centres operate from Easter to October, but it's best to book ahead as these adventures are popular!

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Oriel Ynys Môn Art Gallery & Gift Shop Local art and crafts LL77 7TQ
Beaumaris Antique Shop Antiques & Collectibles Vintage finds and souvenirs LL58 8AP
The Bulkeley Hotel Hotel & Gift Shop Welsh gifts and produce LL58 8AW
Anglesey Farmers' Market Market Local food and crafts LL59 5RP
Eden Emporium Boutique Unique clothing and gifts LL77 7AW

Anglesey's shopping scene offers a mix of traditional and contemporary, perfect for picking up unique gifts and souvenirs. Whether you're after local produce or artisan crafts, these spots have you covered.

Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Anglesey

Bryn Mechell, Anglesey

Driving Distance: About 22 minutes (10.55 miles) | Sleeps: 15 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Bryn Mechell Lodges offers a tranquil retreat with spacious living areas, well-equipped kitchens, and the luxury of outdoor hot tubs, all set within the scenic beauty of North Wales’ coastline.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families or couples seeking a picturesque escape, Bryn Mechell Lodges is a haven for those who appreciate a mix of traditional charm and modern amenities. The serene setting and hot tubs make it a standout choice for relaxation.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? While the lodges themselves provide a cosy atmosphere, guests can venture to the nearby traditional Welsh pub for dining and drinks. The outdoor hot tubs are perfect for unwinding after a day of exploration.

What's nearby? The charming harbour village of Cemaes Bay is less than 2 miles away, offering quaint shops and eateries. For outdoor enthusiasts, the coastal paths provide stunning views and walking opportunities.

Accommodation options: Bryn Mechell House is a spacious two-storey farmhouse that can accommodate up to 15 guests. It features a mix of king-size doubles, twins, bunk beds, and single beds, making it ideal for larger groups or families. Note that pets are not allowed, and there is no hot tub available for this accommodation.

Glan Morfa Lodge Retreat, Anglesey

Driving Distance: About 20 minutes (11.06 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Glan Morfa Lodge Retreat is a part of the Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, offering beautifully restored cottages within a natural parkland setting, complete with two tranquil lakes.

Who will love these lodges? Families, friends, and groups celebrating special occasions will find Glan Morfa to be a luxurious and eco-friendly choice. Pet owners will be delighted to know that their furry friends are welcome here.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The site itself is a peaceful sanctuary, but guests can enjoy the local area's stunning views and nature walks. The pet-friendly policy means that the whole family can enjoy the great outdoors together.

What's nearby? The lodges are located on the Isle of Anglesey, known for its cycling and walking trails, golf courses, horse riding, and sailing opportunities, with beautiful bays and beaches within reach.

Accommodation options: A selection of one, two, and three-bedroom cottages is available, each renovated to high standards with stylish interiors and modern amenities. Options like Raven Cottage and Robin Cottage sleep up to 4 guests, while Kestrel Cottage can accommodate 6 guests, and Wren Cottage is perfect for couples. All accommodations are pet-friendly, and some feature hot tubs.

Anglesey Lakeside Lodges, Anglesey

Driving Distance: About 20 minutes (13.32 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Anglesey Lakeside Lodges are part of the Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, offering a luxurious experience with lodges designed to blend rustic charm with modern luxury, all set around beautifully landscaped lakes.

Who will love these lodges? Couples and families looking for a peaceful escape in the countryside will find these lodges ideal. The tranquil setting and high-quality lodges provide a perfect base for exploring Anglesey.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can relax in the outdoor hot tubs, enjoy the panoramic views, or take a stroll around the scenic lakes. The lodges offer a peaceful retreat with plenty of opportunities for relaxation.

What's nearby? The lodges are conveniently located for guests to take advantage of Anglesey's outdoor activities, including walking trails, golf, horse riding, and sailing, with easy access to nearby bays and beaches.

Accommodation options: The lodges offer a range of accommodations, from the Alaw Lodge, perfect for couples, to the larger Lakeside Retreat and Menai Lodge, which can sleep up to 6 guests. Many of the lodges are pet-friendly and come with hot tubs, providing a luxurious and comfortable stay for all guests.

Anglesey Bungalows, Anglesey

Driving Distance: About 22 minutes (14.78 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Anglesey Bungalows is a family-run holiday park in Trearddur Bay, offering a range of bungalows within walking distance of the beach and boasting an indoor heated pool and other family-friendly facilities.

Who will love these lodges? These bungalows are perfect for families and couples who enjoy seaside holidays with convenient access to local amenities and attractions.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite facilities include an indoor heated pool, a licensed club with a family room, a supper bar, and a tennis court. The park is also close to golf courses and ideal for birdwatching and watersports.

What's nearby? The Anglesey Coastal Path and South Stack Cliffs offer excellent birdwatching opportunities, while the village of Trearddur Bay has restaurants and horse riding facilities. Day trips to Dublin from Holyhead are also an option.

Accommodation options: The park offers a variety of bungalows, such as the Mon, which sleeps 3, and the Kingsland and Cybi, which can accommodate up to 6 guests. All bungalows are pet-friendly, and some have washing machines and patios with picnic tables.

Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Anglesey

Beaumaris Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 16:00 (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Adults £6.90, Concessions £5.50, Under 16s £4.10
  • Postcode: LL58 8AP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site and nearby town parking

Beaumaris Castle is a must-see for anyone who loves exploring medieval history in a stunning location. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site, and trust me, the views from the battlements are worth the visit alone. Families and history enthusiasts will be in their element here. Nothing new per se, it's all about the history, but the castle often hosts events, so check ahead for anything special. The best time to visit is during the quieter months, avoiding school holidays if you can. Tip: Grab an audio guide to enhance your experience.

Phone number: 01248 810361 | Web:

Plas Newydd House and Gardens

  • Opening Times: 10:30 - 17:00 (check for seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £13.20, Children £6.60, Family £33.00
  • Postcode: LL61 6DQ
  • Est. time required: Half a day
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

Plas Newydd is a picturesque country house set against the backdrop of Snowdonia. It's perfect for families and anyone who appreciates a good stately home and gardens. The house is renowned for its Rex Whistler mural and military museum. The gardens are always evolving, with new planting schemes and restoration projects. Spring and early summer are particularly beautiful with the blooming gardens. A tip: Check out the on-site café for some delicious local treats.

Phone number: 01248 714795 | Web:

Anglesey Sea Zoo

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:45 (last admission)
  • Prices: Adults £13.50, Children £11.50, Under 3s Free
  • Postcode: LL61 6TQ
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free on-site parking

Anglesey Sea Zoo is a fantastic underwater adventure, especially for families and marine life enthusiasts. It's home to the best of British marine wildlife, not tropical fish, so it's a unique experience. They've got seahorses, octopus, lobsters, and even a shark pool! The conservation work they do is impressive, and there's always something new with their breeding programs. Visit during feeding times for an extra treat. Tip: Buy your tickets online in advance to save a bit of cash.

Phone number: 01248 430411 | Web:

Pili Palas Nature World

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:30 (summer), reduced hours in winter
  • Prices: Adults £8.95, Children £7.95, Under 3s Free
  • Postcode: LL59 5RP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free on-site parking

Pili Palas Nature World is a hit with kids and anyone with a soft spot for critters. It's a butterfly house, but there's so much more – meerkats, reptiles, and a petting barn. They've recently added a 'Bug World' which is great for little explorers. It's cosy in winter and a cool retreat in summer. Tip: Wear bright colours to attract butterflies and bring a camera for those close-up shots.

Phone number: 01248 712474 | Web:

South Stack Lighthouse

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (seasonal, check before visiting)
  • Prices: Adults £6.00, Children £3.00 (for lighthouse tour)
  • Postcode: LL65 1YH
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Nearby pay and display parking

South Stack Lighthouse is a beacon for photographers and nature lovers. The views are simply jaw-dropping, and the birdwatching is top-notch – puffins, guillemots, and razorbills are the stars here. They've recently improved the visitor centre, making it even more welcoming. The climb down (and back up!) the steps to the lighthouse is a workout, but it's worth it. Tip: Bring binoculars for birdwatching and check the weather before you go – it can get blustery!

Phone number: 01407 763207 | Web:

Anglesey Circuit – Trac Môn

  • Opening Times: Varies by event, check schedule
  • Prices: Varies by event, check website for details
  • Postcode: LL63 5TF
  • Est. time required: Varies by event
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

For those with a need for speed, Anglesey Circuit – Trac Môn is an adrenaline rush. It's a racing circuit with a view, offering track days and experiences for motor enthusiasts. They've got a range of events from car racing to motorbike track days. If you're not driving, spectating is just as thrilling. The best time to visit is during a race event – the atmosphere is electric. Tip: Check their calendar for 'experience days' where you can get behind the wheel.

Phone number: 01407 811400 | Web:

Remember, when you're planning your trip to Anglesey, consider staying in one of the many lodges in Anglesey for a cosy and convenient base to explore these attractions. Whether you're after a tranquil retreat or a family-friendly spot, you'll find a range of options to suit your needs. Enjoy your adventure on this beautiful Welsh island!


This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with stunning views of Anglesey's natural beauty. Lodges often come with modern amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, comfy living areas, and sometimes a private hot tub. It's a home away from home, with the added bonus of being surrounded by tranquil landscapes.

What should I pack when visiting Anglesey?

Pack for the outdoors – walking boots and waterproofs are a must. Don't forget swimwear for hot tub lodges or beach days. Anglesey can be breezy, so bring layers. And for those cosy nights in, some lodges might not provide entertainment, so a good book or board games could be handy.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Anglesey offer parking spaces right outside or very close to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your stuff. However, it's always best to check with your specific lodge provider as some might have designated parking areas a short walk away.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain can't spoil the fun in Anglesey. Many lodges come with board games, books, and TVs. If you're feeling adventurous, grab your raincoat and explore the island's dramatic beauty in the rain. It's quite the experience! Plus, there's always the cosy option of a hot tub under a shelter.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, you can! Anglesey has a selection of takeaway services that deliver to lodges. Some local restaurants and even farm shops offer delivery services. For a wider variety, the nearby towns have supermarkets that do online deliveries. Just make sure to check the postcode coverage first.

Is Anglesey a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Anglesey is quieter and just as beautiful off-season. You'll find that some attractions are less crowded, and you might snag a deal on a lodge. The island's nature doesn't take a break, so you can still enjoy walks and wildlife. Just check in advance for seasonal opening times of attractions.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Lodges with hot tubs in Anglesey pride themselves on cleanliness. Your hot tub will be freshly cleaned and treated before you dip in. Some places even check and treat the water daily during your stay. It's all about having a sparkling, relaxing experience.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in Anglesey?

Yes, there are plenty of pet-friendly lodges! Your furry friends can join the fun. Places like Anglesey Lakeside Lodges welcome pets. Just check the lodge's pet policy before booking, as there might be additional charges or specific rules to follow.

How close are the lodges to Anglesey's attractions?

Many lodges are just a stone's throw away from Anglesey's top spots. You could be minutes from beaches like Newborough or historical sites like Beaumaris Castle. Always check the lodge's location to plan your outings efficiently – Anglesey isn't huge, but travel times can vary.

Can I find eco-friendly lodges in Anglesey?

Eco-conscious travellers, rejoice! Anglesey has lodges that focus on sustainability, like Wonderfully Wild, which offers eco-friendly options. These lodges often use renewable energy, have recycling facilities, and encourage guests to respect the surrounding nature. It's guilt-free relaxation at its best.

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