A short drive over the Menai Suspension Bridge will take you to the Isle of Anglesey off the coast of North Wales. It’s packed with lots of lovely beaches, fascinating towns and gorgeous countryside. From Anglesey you can also visit several other islands including Holy Island and Llanddwyn Island (although avoid going during high tides.) Take a boat trip to Puffin Island for a bit of wildlife watching or just soak up the sun on one of Anglesey’s lovely sandy beaches.
Our friendly customer service team is on hand to guide you through our range of holiday cottages and lodges with hot tubs in Anglesey. Whether you're looking for a self-catering holiday for two in a dog friendly holiday home or a family friendly action-packed break in a coastal cottage. We have all sorts of hot tub holidays to choose from all over the island including large barn conversions, lodges, two bedroom bungalows and pet friendly cottages. Many also come with little extras such as free WiFi, off road parking and an enclosed garden along with all the home comforts you’ll need.
Anglesey’s must visit locations include Cemaes Bay, Parys Mountain, South Stack Lighthouse and the impressive Beaumaris Castle. There’s also the nature reserve at Red Wharf Bay or you could tackle a section of the Anglesey Coastal Path through stunning scenery and great sea views.
Anglesey / Sleeps 2 / Hot tub
Set amongst glorious countryside in the scenic region of Anglesey are two wonderful barn conversions, Storws and Cwt Canol. Idyllically secluded for an escape from the bustle of life, these cottages are just pace's away from stunning walks, the perfect setting for a romantic retreat.View property
Brynteg, Anglesey / Sleeps 4 / Hot tub
This welcoming barn conversion, is located in the village of Brynteg close to the coastline, only two miles from the seaside haven of Benllech with its scenic adventures. Perfect for couples or a small family.View property
Anglesey / Sleeps 2 / Hot tub
Tucked away within the unspoilt countryside of Anglesey rests two charming, barn conversions, Cwt Canol and Storws. Secluded from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, these reverse-level cottages offer a plethora of scenic walks, an idyllic getaway for a couple seeking a rural escape.View property
Benllech, Anglesey / Sleeps 6 / Hot tub
Meadow View is a beautifully appointed holiday cottage that can be found resting on the edge of the delightful village of Tyn-y-Gongl near Benllech. This attractive accommodation provides a fabulous base for families or groups of six, wanting to explore the magnificent Isle of Anglesey.View property
Trearddur Bay, Anglesey / Sleeps 10 / Hot tub
Trearddur Bay 0.3 miles. A stylish, single-storey detached beach house, with an outdoor hot tub, superbly located overlooking the pebbly Porth Yr Afon beach, on the picturesque Isle of Anglesey. Less than five minutes walk from the popular, sheltered main beach in Trearddur Bay, this extensively renovated cottage combines a contemporary beach house style with practical and thoughtful touches, making it perfect for guests of all ages.View property
Anglesey / Sleeps 10 / Hot tub
Boasting panoramic views across the Menai Strait and towards the Snowdonia National Park is Afallon, a stunning period property set amidst a peaceful woodland setting, yet within striking distance of the bustling towns of Menai Bridge and Beaumaris. With four bedrooms, a stylish interior design and its superb location on the Isle of Anglesey, this detached property promises to be an exceptional self-catering experience for families or groups of friends.View property
Anglesey really is a magical place with something for everyone. Immerse yourself in its fascinating history, the natural surroundings, its incredible wildlife and enjoy some amazing local food and drink. Here are some of the most popular spots.