Llangoed Holiday Cottage
Stay at one of two recently refurbished Anglesey holiday cottages in Llangoed, on the East coast of the island, about 2 miles north of World Heritage Site Beaumaris Castle, and within close proximity of fine beaches.
One of the holiday cottages will sleep 3 people, with one large double at the front and one single bedroom at the back, while the second cottage sleeps 4, offering 2 double and 2 single bedrooms.
The cottages are heated and have fully fitted kitchens, a bathroom and small gardens and patios at the back, with private parking available.
As you enter 1, Menai View Cottage you go through the hallaway which leads to the lounge, dining room and kitchen.
The relaxing lounge has a settee, chairs, a coffee table, and TV with video recorder. If you need towels these can be provided at extra cost.
Your alternative Anglesey holiday cottage is next door at 2, Menia View Cottage, which is broadly similar to the adjoining property, but with an extra single bedroom at the front.
Both properties have fine sea and mountain views over the Menai Straits and please note that children and pets are not welcome.
Laundry facilities are availble as well as a hairdryer. Special offers are available during the low season.
Prices are between £195 to £350 a week for 1, Menai View, and from £40 per night for short low season breaks. While 2, Menai View is from £250 to £450 a week, with low season specials between £40 and £80 a night.
Your Anglesey holiday cottage in Llangoed will be available from 3 PM
on your arrival day through until 10 AM on departure day.How to get here:
On the A55, as you cross the Britannia Bridge
onto Anglesey, take the first junction which is signposted for Llanfairpwll and Menai Bridge. You will come to a junction where you should turn right and follow the road into Menai Bridge, following signs for Beaumaris (A545).
Drive through the town of Menai Bridge (A545) and continue along this winding road until you enter Beaumaris. On your right you will see the harbour and yachts and lifeboat station on the pier.
See map of Anglesey
here to help you with directions.
Continue through the one-way system in Castle Street, and you will pass the famous Beaumaris Castle
, built by Edward the First, on your left.
You leave the town and continue northwards still on the A545, bypassing Llanfaes village and then you enter Llangoed. (LL58 8NL)Where to visit:
Apart from the famous castle mentioned above, you can visit the famous Penmon priory
nearby, where St Seiriol established his church. See St Seiriol's Well behind the church and the Dovecote
across the road.
Further up is a small toll road leading to Penmon point where you can see the Trinity House lighthouse, Trwyn Du
. There is also Puffin Island, which is across the very tidal Penmon Sound.
Running along the coastline here is part of the 125-mile long Anglesey Coastal Path
, so if you like walking this offers breathtaking sea views.
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