These attractive self-contained apartments with sea views are located in the beautiful and popular coastal resort of Trearddur Bay. Fully furnished and equipped including Freeview TV & DVD, they have a large kitchen-diner (each with fridge-freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, and washing machine), and a spacious lounge overlooking the headland. With two bedrooms (twin & double, one en-suite) and two Z- beds they can sleep up to 6. All linen, tea towels and bath mats are included. On-site facilities include a free heated outdoor swimming pool with table tennis & badminton during the summer months, and the use of two indoor pools (charge applies) If you just want to take it easy, try out the sunloungers at the pool or visit our relaxation garden where you can chill out or maybe picnic while enjoying the stunning coastal scenery.
The apartments are in an elevated position overlooking the sea, a couple of minutes walk from the nearest beach, only five minutes or so from Trearddur Bay's European Blue Flag sandy beach and are perfect for peace and relaxation with many local facilities including diving, sailing, fishing, walking and golf. They are also ideally situated for exploring further afield, being around 5 minutes or so by car from Junction 2 of the A55 Expressway (the Penrhos exit close to the Penrhos Retail Park where you can find many of the major stores and shops).
Golfers can choose between a 9-hole or an 18-hole championship course, both easily accessible from the village. Cycle hire is available locally whilst nearby stables organise horse riding trips for novices as well as experienced riders. The rugged coastline is a walker's paradise and is part of Anglesey's 125 mile coastal footpath most of which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. And if you like birdwatching (or simply enjoy breathtaking scenery) why not visit the award-winning RSPB Reserve, Visitor Centre and cafe near South Stack Lighthouse just along the coast (you can also visit the lighthouse during the summer months). Local nature reserves include the 200 acre Penrhos Coastal Park, with woodland walks, picnic areas, flower meadows, and many species of wading bird and wildfowl.
The nearby town of Holyhead has the longest breakwater in the UK whilst the Breakwater Country Park has some stunning scenery set against the backdrop of Holyhead Mountain. Facing the breakwater is the promenade, a marina, and maritime museum (with an excellent bistro) The town is also famous as a main access route to Ireland -- only 90 minutes away by fast ferry ! Take a walk through the town centre which boasts a variety of shops, the ancient church of St Cybi enclosed within Roman walls, and the contrasting 21st century Celtic Gateway Bridge linking the town high street to the ferry and railway terminals. The Ucheldre Centre is always worth a visit - this converted convent is an arts treasure trove of books, paintings and exhibitions. It includes a theatre hall - for concerts, plays, films & other events - and an excellent licensed cafe/restaurant where you can also check out (and buy) paintings by local artists.
For something different take a trip to nearby RAF Valley (also the home of Anglesey Airport (Maes Awyr Mon) which has daily flights to Cardiff). Watch the pilots training as they take off and land the fast jets, or see the yellow Sea King Search and Rescue Helicopters which have saved many lives (you can sometimes observe them on training exercises close to rocky cliffs between Trearddur and Porthdafarch). As a helicopter pilot Prince William did his training at RAF Valley and spent three years on Search & Rescue missions from 2010 to 2013. He and Kate were sad to leave Anglesey describing it as 'beautiful' and 'an immensely special place' adding that they looked forward to return visits. Trearddur Bay is especially significant for the royal couple as it was here, in February 2011 - two months before they married - that they carried out their first official engagement together by naming the new RNLI lifeboat the 'Hereford Endeavour'.
Anglesey has so much to offer -- like red squirrels, ancient sites, visitor attractions (Sea Zoo, Model Village, Foel Farm Park, Pili Palas Nature World, Beaumaris Castle, Plas Newydd Country House --- to name but a few) as well as arts centres, museums, ancient sites, forests, lakes, including the village with the longest name in Britain ! It has some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK, magnificent sunsets, fabulous beaches, and is reputedly the driest county in Wales. Here, you really can get off the beaten track and chill out. With a distinctive mystique and peculiar charm all its own maybe it's why visitors return year after year....