Location, Location, Location …

With so many incredible historic sites to visit, all within walking distance, there really is no need to travel anywhere for the first few days. Beaumaris Castle cries out for aspiring knights – climb up to the battlements to view this perfect example of a concentric Edward I castle, catch your breath and marvel at the incredible views. Visit Beaumaris Gaol, the Courthouse and Beaumaris Pier…pop into the RNLI Beaumaris Lifeboat Station and learn all about our modern day brave knights.

Splash in the paddling pool and swing on the swings, grab an ice cream from Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour and sit with your legs dangling over the sea wall. Heavenly views will absorb you – the sea lapping at the shore and the mountains of Snowdonia rising up majestically. Watch the colours change as the day progresses, sunrises and sunsets are a privilege to behold.

Explorers get ready – with the Anglesey Coastal Path on your doorstep there is simply no stopping you. Discover this beautiful island with ease and delight. Walkers, cyclists and pack-the-picnic-in-the-car enthusiasts, will all find Beaumaris the ideal base to explore from.

Fancy climbing Snowdon? An easy car journey of under and hour, then walking boots on – and off you go! For those who would rather take it a little more gently, there is a scenic train to the summit.

Visit Penmon Lighthouse, Newborough Beach, Llanddwyn Island, Llanddona Beach, Moelfre or venture up to Holyhead and visit South Stack – an incredible RSPB Nature Reserve. Elin’s Tower is a must for bird watchers and Nature enthusiasts.

It is so easy to get everywhere from Beaumaris and yet a joy to return to – park your car in your private parking space and walk to all the restaurants, pubs and shops. A simple stroll to Ena’s Newsagent’s to buy the morning paper and then home via Central Bakery, where freshly baked bread and croissants ensure a leisurely breakfast.

Holidays should be about taking it easy and enjoying yourselves. The hardest part is deciding on what to do this time and which trips to save for the next time you visit.

A couple of months before you arrive we will send you an interactive guide to help you navigate through your Things to Do While on Holiday list. It will also give you full details of what we provide in the cottage from soap to champagne flutes, no need to pack the kitchen sink we have one of those too.

Hopefully we have covered all that you need to know. If not, we live locally and will try our very best to help you find the answer – from booking adventures to restaurant reservations and everything in between.