|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Madoc Suite is furnished to a high standard equipped with modern amenities. This is a first floor spacious apartment and consists of one double bedroom with en-suite, one large family bedroom with a further double bed and bunk beds. It has a family bathroom with over-bath shower, large kitchen/diner and a lounge with panoramic sea views over Trearddur Bay.
Two holiday apartments with sea views within the same building suitable for small or larger family groups.
The Brangwen apartment has two bedrooms a double and a twin bedroom with en-suite. There is also two Z beds suitable for children.
The Madoc apartment has a double bedroom with en-suite. A second bedroom is a family room with a double bed and bunk beds.
Both apartments have a further family bathroom.
The apartment is perfect for peace and relaxation whether you're simply taking in the sea views from the lounge window or enjoying a picnic outside on our communal lawn.
As you are on the coast, the nearest cove is only a couple of minutes walk away, and just a few more minutes walk will bring you to the beach at Trearddur Bay, a very popular holiday location with its safe, clear waters and the distinction of holding the coveted European Blue Flag Award.
There are a number of excellent pubs and restaurants all within walking distance of the apartment as well as local shops, a post office and a cafe.
Whatever your particular interests Trearddur Bay and the surrounding area will have something to for you.
Water sports are well catered for including diving, sailing, and fishing (both sea & fresh water), whilst walkers can enjoy beautiful scenery along the the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. Anglesey also has an extensive network of cycle paths and of the nine national cycle routes, two of them cross the island !
For golfers there are two courses to choose from in Trearddur Bay, a nine-hole and an 18-hole championship course.
The apartment is also perfectly placed for exploring Anglesey/North Wales, for travelling to Ireland by fast ferry or even flying to Cardiff from Anglesey Airport situated at RAF Valley !
Facilities include allocated parking space for your use.
NB: Non-smoking apartment / no pets
Not suitable for wheelchair users.
Free unlimited WiFi.
Heating included electricity to be paid £1 coin meter normal rate.
Deposit of 25% secures booking
Remainder of balance to be paid four weeks prior to arrival
We had a really good holiday at this property. Initially I was a bit concerned about the communal central heating and electricity on the meter but the flat was very(!) warm and we spent about £5 on the electricity over the week. We took our three children (aged 6 and under) and the apartment was perfect for us. It was very clean and tidy on arrival and a good size. Big family room meant that there was enough space for an adult to sleep there in case one of the children was having problems with sleeping and wanted us to stay in the room. Great view from the lounge window overlooking the coast and Snowdonia National Park in the distance. Great location - only a 10 min. walk to the main sandy beach with many little beaches and coves right at the doorstep. Our kids liked playing with the games and jigsaws and taking the fishing nets for rock pooling. We all had a wonderful relaxing time and we would stay there again.
Apartment had everything we needed and more. Spotless and well maintained property with amazing sea views. Excellent bars and beaches within walking distance
Having stayed in both apartments the Madoc Suite is slightly better, mainly due to having a dishwasher.
I was on Anglesey for a sea kayaking course in some fairly exciting conditions and it was very nice to have somewhere warm and cosy to come back to after each day.
The apartment was well furnished and very clean, well heated and the kitchen well equipped. There's a great view over the bay.
Only issue was the immersion heater - it takes about an hour to heat up enough to have a bath and needs to be switched on and off manually which is a bit of a pain when you come in and want a bath straight away. Perhaps it could be put on a timer? The shower does heat the water as it goes at least to it's not the end of the world.
We had a wonderful time. Unfortunately the weather was bad but due to a well equipped apartment we still had a great time. We were originally worried about the heating being on a timer and the electric on prepay but it was fine. In fact we were quite warm inside, this in February too, and the electric only cost a couple of pounds for 3 nights. I would definitely recommend this apartment. We will soon be looking to re-book.
We had a lovely stay in Trearddur Bay for New Years weekend. Apartment was beautifully clean and the welcome pack of tea coffee milk and welsh cakes was very much appreciated. Ray and Joan came to welcome us too which was a lovely touch. Kitchen has lots of crockery cutlery and utensils.
We thoroughly enjoyed walking, exploring and just relaxing looking at the sea from the sunny lounge window. We didn't eat out during our stay but the was certainly enough information about suitable places had we wanted to.
We would like to go back at some point with our son and might look for later in the year.
Sue & Iain
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The apartment was very nice. The views of the ocean were great. The restaurants that our kind host referred us to were fantastic. And, my wife said that she thought this bed was the most comfortable bed she's ever slept in.
These attractive self-contained apartments with sea views are located in the beautiful and popular coastal resort of Trearddur Bay.
The apartments are in an elevated position overlooking the sea only a couple of minutes walk from the nearest rocky beach. A ten minute walk brings you to Trearddur Bay's European Blue Flag sandy beach. This is a perfect area for peace and relaxation with many local facilities including diving, sailing, fishing, walking and golf. Golfers can choose between a 9-hole or an 18-hole championship course, both easily accessible from the village.
Cycle hire is available within the local area of Holy Island. The 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.
If you like bird watching (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. This was also the base for the yellow Sea King Search and Rescue Helicopters which have saved many lives (you could sometimes observe them on training exercises close to rocky cliffs between Trearddur and Porthdafarch). In 2015 the Search and Rescue service was contracted out and transferred to Caernarfon Airport . 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'. Look for the wall plaque showing the name 'Catherine Middleton' !
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....