Out and about

We think this wonderful corner of Wales has something to offer for everyone, whether you like to be active, want to relax on one of the numerous beaches or explore the long and colourful history of North Wales. Check angleseyheritage.org for a wide range of Anglesey tips. Although you will no doubt find your own personal favourites, ours include the beach at Fedw Fawr, fish and chips on Beaumaris pier and horse riding on the endless sands of Red Wharf Bay. Taking the bus to Beaumaris is a must: Not only is it a sustainable way to do a bit of shopping, but also a lovely introduction to the local surroundings.

We have collected numerous brochures and maps for your use during your stay and assorted web links for you to browse.

Circular Walks on the isle of Anglesey (PDF flyer) gives you an idea of some short walks around Penmon and Llangoed. There’s also the Isle of Anglesey Coast Path at the Isle of Anglesey County Council's website. Bicyles can be hired from Beaumaris Leisure Centre, Tel. 01248-811200 (check out local bicycle trails), and there is also the Anglesey Riding Centre.

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