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Deemed 'an area of outstanding beauty'

With 125 miles of coastline, Anglesey boasts a number of 'blue flag' sandy beaches. Some are exposed to the rolling Irish sea breakers, making them ideal for surfing, whilst others are more sheltered and are safer for children of all ages.

And find out why people return to this part of North Wales, year after year.

Perfect for picnics, fishing and walking

Three miles away from our guest house you'll find the picturesque Bodafon Mountain, a very pleasant place for picnics, walks and fishing.

Dating back to pre-historic times

Anglesey is dotted with some of Wales's finest prehistoric sites. You'll find the Parys Copper Mine Mountain near Amlwch, and Din-Lligwy, an ancient settlement close to Moelfre. Holyhead Port is only a 25 minute drive, and we're just 30 minutes from the famous Snowdonia National Park.

 

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Drws-y-Coed is an ideal touring base for all Anglesey's attractions. Golf, fishing, a day at the seaside, riding, bird watching, local leisure centres, shops, restaurants and bars, the choice is endless and the choice is yours.

So much to see and do

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Anglesey's attractions

Feeding the ducks at the lake on Bodafon Mountain

The lake on Bodafon Mountain

 

"Beautiful room and excellent host"

 

 

Don & Judy McClean Melbourne, Australia