A short bus ride or drive away

The island of Anglesey also offers a plethora of activities for all ages of friends and family.  Here are a few:

Plas Newydd Nataional Trust

Plas Newydd

This National Trust building is a great day out for all the family, extensive garden to explore, trees to climb, a great café and a beautiful house to explore in a fantastic setting. 15 mins by car, 25 mins by bus if you change at Menai Bridge.

Red Squirrels

Red Squirrel

Anglesey is one of the few places where the beautiful red squirrels still survive. Have the joy of seeing one of these gorgeous creatures and understand more at the Dingle Nature Reserve, a 25 min drive.  You are also likely to see Kingfishers, Woodpeckers and Moorhens.



As well as an odd dolphins being spotted outside Chimney Corner you’ll also find them, together with dolphins at many other spots along the Anglesey coast including Puffin Island and Llugwy Bay,  a sheltered bay on the North East of Anglesey, offering regular sightings of seals and dolphins. It was named one of the 10 Best Picnic Spots in Britain by Coast Magazine


Coastal walks

The Coastal path of Anglesey covers 95% of the coast, all of it designated an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.  The walks are broken up into 12 different walks. It’s a truly wonderful coastal line. Section 6 and 7 start from Beaumaris.


There are six Blue Flag beaches on Anglesey and seven others who won a Seaside Award. Beaumaris has won a Seaside Award and the nearest Blue Flag beach is Llanddona Beach. The other blue flag beaches are – Benllech; Church Bay; Llanddwyn; Dafarch.

Church Bay Beach, Wales