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Known for its breath-taking beauty located just off the coast of Wales is the wonderful Island of Anglesey. The incredible Welsh island has a host of activities and attractions providing the perfect backdrop for a relaxing hot tub break.
Connected to the mainland by two bridges- Menai Suspension Bridge and Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait, Anglesey is known to be the last refuge of the Druids.
Why not dive into some of the rich history of the area on your hot tubs break? The island is dotted with standing stones and burial chambers you can visit, reflecting on the rich history of the area. Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales’ largest marine aquarium is also located on the shores of the island and is a great stop on a family day out.
The island is an absolute paradise for coastal jacuzzi holidays. The beaches are picturesque, with many of them forming the 125-mile long Isle of Coastal path, a beautiful walking route.
The path and its corresponding Area of national beauty offers visitors a varied landscape, ranging from salt marshes, cliffs, woodlands, farmlands, coastal heaths to coarse sand dunes. Rhosneigr and Trearddur Bay on Holy Island are famous for offering different water sports. The elegant town of Beaumaris is brilliant for exploring.
The castle of Beaumaris, the last of Edward I’s iron ring of castles along the North Wales coast is a majestic sight to behold. The Aberlleiniog Castle combines fascinating history with natural beauty and is a must visit. Holyhead also offers great views over the port and Altran rock from the grounds o St Cybi’s church.
Set around 9 acres of beautifully landscaped lakes in the heart of the area you’ll find Anglesey Lakeside Lodges. This park offers luxury contemporary cabins and provides stunning views over the Welsh countryside. The park’s convenient location also provides easy access to explore the town of Beaumaris and the bays and beaches of Anglesey.
The Lakeside Lodge has two bedrooms with open plan living room/lounge and kitchen whereas the County Lodge has three bedrooms. Both lodges have outside decking and hot tubs perfect to take in the wonderful sights of the countryside. A host of cycling and walking trails, golf courses, riding centres and sailing schools are located close by, making it the ideal base to explore beautiful Anglesey.
Another wonderful holiday park for exploring the island is Bryn Mechell Lodges. Located 2 miles outside the picturesque harbour village of Cemaes Bay. The small collection of lodges and private driveway entrance give Bryn Mechell an exclusive feel and make it the ideal holiday park for families or couples wanting to explore the delights of North Wales.
Each lodge is beautifully designed boasting spacious living areas and well -equipped kitchens. The Woodpecker Lodge with 3 bedrooms, floor to ceiling windows and outdoor decking comes highly recommended. The outdoor hot tub just adds to the charm of the lodge. The iconic Snowdonia National Park is just a few miles away from the park, perfect for a day out exploring the snow-capped mountains and shimmering lakes.
For some magnificent views over the entire island of Anglesey and out onto the bay, the Holyhead Mountain is ideal. The climb to the top is not challenging and your efforts will be rewarded with spectacular 360-degree views of the island. Located on a tiny coast off the coast of Anglesey, the south stack Lighthouse is another must visit when exploring Anglesey. This isolated pocket of land offers beautiful views from the Lighthouse. The Cemlyn Bay and the Cemlyn Estate have a nature reserve nearby.
The lagoon here is a home to an important breeding colony of sandwich terns, skua, oystercatchers and Terek sandpipers. The views are wonderful, and some lucky visitors even get to spot local seals and bottlenose Dolphins. The copper Trail, a 36-mile circular cycling track goes around the Llynnon Mill, Wales’ only working windmill.
Located off the coast of the North-West Coast of Wales, Anglesey is an island packed full of fun for everyone. The perfect holiday destination, Anglesey offers stunning views, unspoilt coastline and landscape and historical landmarks. Enjoy a summer holiday with the whole family in Anglesey or a romantic hot tub break with your partner.
There are plenty of accommodation options in Anglesey including self-catered cottages. Providing everything you need for a relaxing break in Wales, a cottage is a great choice for your next holiday.
Stack View Cottage is one example of the amazing cottages available on the Isle of Anglesey. Located on the coast, you can enjoy walks on the beach and exploring the surrounding area of Anglesey.
This cottage sleeps up to 8 guests as well as 3 dogs which is ideal for the whole family or group of friends. The outdoor hot tub provides the perfect spot for relaxing and soak up the stunning views.
Use this cottage as a base for exploring the surrounding area of Anglesey. Whether you plan to venture far across the island or make the most of the cosy lodge and beautiful views, a self-catered cottage is perfect for your next holiday in Wales.
Bronallt Barns is another beautiful dog-friendly cottage in Anglesey. Sleeping up to 10 guests in 5 bedrooms and with 4 bathrooms, this is perfect for a big family get-together or gathering with friends.
Visit Anglesey at any time of the year and make the most of this homely cottage. The cottage has many luxurious touches throughout including a private hot tub in the large garden with patio and garden furniture. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, you will be able to soak up the views from every room of the cottage and the patio whilst enjoying your morning coffee.