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Trearddur Bay Cottages

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Maen Pisca has sea views of Trearddur’s main bay as well as Holyhead mountain and, at low tide, the rock after which the house is named.

  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Pets No
  • Price from £450 / week

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Cwm Farm,  the ultimate farmhouse holiday cottage in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey

Cwm Farm is a beautiful, traditional farmhouse with a bothy that can comfortably sleep up to 9 people (6 in the farmhouse, 3 more in the bothy) with its own, beach, bluebell wood and orchard.

  • Sleeps 9
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Pets Yes, Free
  • Price from £500 / week

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Innisfree is perched on top of the west-facing cliffs of Trearddur Bay.

  • Sleeps 8
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Pets No
  • Price from £700 / week

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Hafod from the sea copy

Hafod, once the summer home of the author Nicholas Monsarrat and his family, is one of Trearddur Bay’s most popular holiday cottages.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 7
  • Pets Yes, Surcharge £40
  • Price from £1100 / week

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Out and about in Trearddur Bay

Whether your holiday cottage in Anglesey is located in popular Trearddur Bay or you’re just out exploring the island and visiting for the day, this section should tell you all you need to know to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

General information

Trearddur Bay is a popular seaside resort with a stunning glorious stretch of golden sand as its main beach, and pretty smaller sandy coves at either side of the Main Bay. Relatively safe and sheltered for swimming, sailing and other water sports as it recesses in away from the open sea, Main Bay has many marine and sailing services including boat trips, rentals and sales.

The Main Bay has a lovely promenade running its length, which is accessible for wheelchair users. There is a car park behind it, in addition to other designated parking areas, but please be aware it can be difficult to park in high season. Also, animal lovers please note that dogs are restricted to one half of Trearddur Main Bay from 1st May – 30th September.

My perfect day out in Trearddur Bay

I’ve spent many a happy day out in Trearddur Bay with my family and friends and I would recommend a game of rounders on the beach or an invigorating dip in the sea and then enjoying a lovely guest ale and some delicious seafood snacks in the bar of the Seacroft Pub.

Places to eat and drink:

The Seacroft Pub Trearddur Bay – Tel: 01407-860-348
A five star residential pub and restaurant, soak up the sun on the tiered decking, enjoy guest ales in the bar or sample some delicious locally sourced food in the restaurant.

The Trearddur Bay Hotel Trearddur Bay – Tel: 01407 860 301 Email: trearddurbayhotel.co.uk
An a la carte restaurant offering the finest in locally sourced meat and seafood, used to create a delicious menu showcasing the best of the Isle of Anglesey.

The Moody Goose at Cleifiog Uchaf (Valley) Tel: 01407 741 888 Email: cleifioguchaf@btconnect.com
This fabulous restaurant located in a luxurious Country House hotel offers the highest quality local food sourced from a 4-mile radius.

The Anchorage (Four Mile Bridge) Tel: 01407 740 168
A family run hotel that offers an à la carte restaurant open to residents and non-residents, and has a large and popular lounge bar and dining area serving a wide selection of bar meals.

Places of interest:

The Lifeboat station – on the right of the Main Bay as you look out to sea. The inshore Lifeboat is taken for a test run every Sunday morning and the Lifeboat racing out to sea is a particularly enthralling sight. This is the same lifeboat station where Prince William and Kate Middleton carried out their first official duty together, launching a new lifeboat in February 2011.

Craig-y-Mor house -an impressive private home built on the coast road in the early 1900s.

South Stack Lighthouse – with 400 steps up and down, so not for the faint hearted!

Holyhead mountain – it is always satisfying to summit a “mountain”, although as you can park your car half way up, this is more accessible than most! The views of Holyhead harbour, the breakwater and the ferries toing and froing from Ireland are well worth the effort.

Trearddur Bay Sailing Club – is a members’ only organisation that exists to promote sailing and racing, but also has a very healthy social side, with a mixture of events for the whole family including golf, tennis and swimming as well as a month long sailing season during August.

Shopping

Food:

  • Trearddur Bay Village Stores, Trearddur Bay including in house bakery and coffee shop
  • The Spa, Trearddur Bay
  • Tesco, Holyhead
  • Morrisons, Holyhead

Sailing and seafaring:

  • Anglesey Marine & Leisure, Anglesey, Malcolm Campbell 01407 860 156: Park & launch, boat rental, trips, boat sales, maintenance.
  • Anglesey Kayaks, Holyhead – Nigel Dennis 01407 761 188: Sea kayak courses, hire and private tuition.
  • Mouseloft Sails, Holyhead – 01407 763 636: Specialists in supplying high performance sails.  Also manufacture boat covers, spray hoods, sail covers, outboard covers and spar bags.
  • Holyhead Yachtshop – 01407 760 031: Brokerage, chandlery.
  • Diving Services shop – 01407 860 318 caters for most people’s requirements and sells armbands and ice creams through to the essential yachtie’s oilskins and sailing jackets near to Porth Diana beach on the flagstaff side of Trearddur Bay.

Beauty:

  • The Beauty Lounge, Valley – 01407 740 625: Bridal packages and pamper sessions, manicures, pedicures, massages and much more.
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