Local Attractions

Trearddur Holiday Bungalows

Pure Coast Diving

Would you like to try a dive experience whilst you are on holiday in Trearddur Bay?Pure Coast Diving offer a 'Try Dive Experience' for beginners or can cater for the experienced divers.Padi accredited instructor, contact them through their Facebook page for bookings and further details.

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Holyhead Empire Cinema

Visit the Holyhead Empire Cinema which has been recently reopened and refurbished by Holyhead Town Council.Showing the latest films, ideal for a rainy day or something to do in the evening.

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Anglesey Riding Centre

Ride along the Menai Straits with Anglesey Riding Centre.Contact them for further details, booking is essential

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Anglesey Shooting School

Anglesey Shooting School caters for experienced and novice clay pigeon shooters. Anglesey Shooting School is located in Bodedern, Anglesey about 7 miles away from the site. Shooting is available every Saturday March until October and Wednesday evenings during late Spring and Summer depending on lighting conditions and weather. Please contact Anglesey Shooting School for further information. Tel:01407 740652

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The Beach Golf Course

Located only a mile from the site, The Beach Golf Course is an ideal way to spend a couple of hours out in the sunshine. Open from 10:00am – 6:00pm everyday during the season. The golf shop at the entrance of the course, offers both club and trolley hire. Balls, tees and refreshments are also available for players.

Trearddur Bay Beach

Approximately half a mile away, visitors will find the award winning beach at the centre of the local village, Trearddur Bay. There are a number of small cafes and restaurants within a short distance of the beach and two small grocery shops along the main road, that runs parallel with the beach. This beach does allow dogs and is the largest of a number of beaches that can be found within walking distance.

South Stack Lighthouse

South Stack lighthouse is a well known local attraction, just off the northwest coast of Holy Island. Only a short three mile distance from your bungalow and you can observe for yourself, the stunning views and breathtaking scenery that South Stack and the surrounding area. Whilst in this area, visitors should also explore Elin’s Tower and the RSPB South Stack Cliffs bird reserve. Finally, for those with an interest in botany, keep a sharp eye out for the Spatulate Fleawort, which is unique to the cliffs of Holy Island. Cafe and gift shop located next to the car park.

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Located at the south point of Anglesey, Newborough forest is perfectly situated with a clear path straight to the beach and rewarding views for those who venture through the forest. Cycling, horse riding, kite surfing and rambling are all popular activities that attract people to the Newborough area and whilst just over twenty miles away from Trearddur Bay, it is definitely worth a visit for those seeking a family day out.In addition to Newborough forest, a point of interest in the area is Ynys Llanddwyn;an island of geological interest that is only accessible during low tide. The island forms part of the National Nature Reserve of Newborough Warren which is a large dune and beach system, boasting stunning views of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. The reserve also comprises a large expanse of dunes, saltmarsh, mudflats and a freshwater lake.

St Cwyfan’s Church

Also known as the Church in the Sea, St Cwynfan’s is found on a small tidal island called Cribinau just outside of Aberffraw. Old maps show the church standing on the mainland of Anglesey but tidal erosion of the boulder clay cliffs has since separated the church from the mainland. At low tide the church can still be reached by foot, although we would recommend a good pair a walking boots as the pathway is rocky and uneven.It is thought that the original site of Cwyfan’s would have been founded in the 7th Century. The building as it stands today is estimated to date back to as early as the 12th Century, having undergoing many restorations over the centuries.

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Plas Cadnant Gardens

Situated between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris, the Plas Cadnant Gardens have been described as one of North Wales best kept secrets. We would definitely recommend incorporating a visit to one of Anglesey’s newest and most beautiful attractions into your next trip. There is also a lovely tea room to rest up after all the exploring! We’d recommend the delicious home-made scones and a nice pot of tea.Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens are only open on certain days throughout the year, so please be sure to check their website in advance for details.

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Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Self Catering
  • Credit Card
  • Free Parking
  • Parking Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi