Local Area Information
Just a short drive from Trearddur Bay is arguably one of the most spectacular locations on Anglesey, South Stack Lighthouse where you can experience breath-taking views.
If sport is your passion, with over five premium golf courses, go karting, motorsports, equestrian centres and water sports galore, there is more than enough to keep you busy.
Beaumaris Castle on Anglesey along with the fortresses of Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech in Gwynedd are considered to be some of the most important and awe-inspiring castles in Wales.
When it comes to art the Ucheldre at Holyhead is a complete centre for both visual and performing arts.
Anglesey Sea Zoo, Pila Palas, Foel Family Park, the museum Tacla Taid, Transport and Agricultural museum are great family days out.
If your idea of heaven is to get some sand between your toes on golden beaches, with 125miles of coastline and some of the most stunning coastal scenery in the UK you won’t be disappointed.
The late Sir Kyffin Williams, probably the most renowned of Welsh artists is quoted as saying that the Isle of Anglesey left him with a library of sensations.
Only a short drive, across either of the two bridges connecting Anglesey to the rest of North Wales is the Snowdonia National Park, home to Snowdon the highest mountain in England and Wales. The vastness of Eryri (Snowdonia) the land of the eagles with its mountain passes, once guarded by the legions of Rome, is spectacular, with the remains of the roman fort Segontium at Caernarfon.
Caernarfon is also the starting point for the Welsh Highland Railway, the train meanders up into the Snowdonia Mountains before zigzagging its way down to the enchanting village of Beddgelert. It then heads off toward the Aberglaslyn Pass to run beside, then high above, the Afon Glaslyn one of Gwynedd's primary rivers, which has greatly influenced the beautiful landscape in which it flows.