Anglesey Bungalows in Holyhead

Welcome to Anglesey Bungalows in Trearddur Bay, Holyhead offering a choice of 6 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Anglesey Bungalows including Anglesey Bungalows photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Anglesey Bungalows online securely. Anglesey Bungalows is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Holyhead or Isle Of Anglesey.

The North Wales coast and breathtaking scenery of Snowdonia National Park is just 40 miles across the island via the A55. Three miles away is the port of Holyhead with regular sailings to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire. With the high speed ferries you can be in Ireland in just 99 minutes! Bar meals are available and there are several excellent restaurants in the village and surrounding area. This small, family run holiday park sits in the quiet seaside village of Trearddur Bay on Anglesey’s north west coast. Most of the stunning 125-mile Anglesey coastline is a designated ’Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. The Anglesey Coastal Path, birdwatching at South Stack Cliffs and day trips to Dublin from Holyhead are all easily accessible. The whole family will love the indoor heated pool, together with a welcoming club, bar and adjoining games/family room for children. Beautiful coves and headland abound, while several excellent restaurants and horse riding are close by – some within walking distance. There are two golf courses in Trearddur, also popular for its rock fishing and watersports. Indoor heated pool. Licensed club with family room (evenings only). Supper bar (evenings only). Tennis court. Walking. Launderette. Indoor heated pool – Apr 5-Nov 3. Clubhouse and supper bar – Apr 8-Nov 1 (weekends outside these dates). All other facilities available for all dates. If there are only two of you (or two with a baby up to 2 years at the time of travelling) staying in two bedroom accommodation – you save £30 off per week at any time of the year.

Choose from a range of two and three bedroom holiday bungalows.

  • TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Central heating included (in Mon, Cybi, Dyffryn and Kingsland only)
  • Electric panel heaters (in Penrhyn and Anglesey only)
  • Electricity included (in Kingsland only)
  • Electricity by coin meter (in Penrhyn, Mon, Anglesey, Cybi and Dyffryn only)
  • Travel cots and highchairs £7pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £49 per week or £39 per short break each (max 2) (in specific bungalows only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Anglesey Bungalows have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Single Sex Parties Welcome
  • Bar
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Golf Course
  • Beach Nearby
  • Café / Takeaway
  • Launderette
  • Fishing
  • Horse Riding
  • Under 25 Parties Welcome
  • Offers 2 Night Breaks
  • Non Smoking
  • Pet(s) Allowed

Accommodation at Anglesey Bungalows

Anglesey (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower, or walk in shower. Patio with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Cybi (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Washing machine. Patio with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Dyffryn (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double and one twin. Z bed for 5th person at extra charge. Bath with overhead shower. Washing machine. Patio with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 5
  • 2 Bedrooms

Kingsland (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double with wash basin, one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Dishwasher and washing machine. Patio with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms

Mon (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double and one single. Bath with overhead shower. Washing machine.

  • Sleeps 3
  • 2 Bedrooms

Penrhyn (Bungalow)


Bungalow with one double and one single. Bath with overhead shower.

  • Sleeps 3
  • 2 Bedrooms

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Things to do near Anglesey Bungalows

If you're planning a day out during your stay at Anglesey Bungalows then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Anglesey Bungalows. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Anglesey Bungalows.

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Cable Bay, Llanfaelog - 6.6 Miles away

Cable Bay beach at Llanfaelog has golden sands and clear water and is backed by cliffs. It has had a green coast award and rural seaside award too.

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Porth Tyn Tywyn, Llanfaelog - 6.6 Miles away

Porth Tyn Tywyn, Llanfaelog is a sandy beach on the Isle of Anglesey with rockpools and sand dunes. This beach has two both green coast and rural seaside awards.

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Dinas Dinlle Beach, Dinas Dinlle - 18.3 Miles away

Dinas Dinlle Beach is located on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula between Caernarfon and Pontllynfi in Gwnedd, North Wales. The beach stretches for miles with large areas of sand when the tide recedes, and the beach is back up with natural pebble banks. The excellent water quality makes the beach popular for swimming, fishing, windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, sailing, jet ski-ing and powerboating. Facilities at the beach include toilets including disabled facilities, shops and cafes.

Location: Dinas Dinlle

Porth Dinllaen, Porth Dinllaen - 23.9 Miles away

With an inheritance of fishing, smuggling and ship building, this little village is now run by the National Trust. At one point poised to become one of the most important ports in Great Britain, it is a great fortune that it was eventually overlooked; leaving a picturesque seaside village to be enjoyed by all.

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Nefyn, Nefyn - 24.1 Miles away

Nefyn is a small coastal town on the north-west coast of the Lleyn Peninsula and is extremely popular for family holidays. The two mile long sweeping bay here is popular with water-sports enthusiasts.

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Abererch, Pwelheli - 28.6 Miles away

This beach has been awarded the UK award for highest water quality standards by MCS. The nearest town of Wilhelm can be accessed via a long walk on the beach. This beach is also a favorite with windsurfers/kite-surfers.

Location: Pwelheli

Pwllheli Beach, Pwllheli - 29.2 Miles away

Pwllheli has two beaches. South Beach is mainly shingle and has been awarded the Blue Flag Award. South beach is almost 3 miles long and is mostly made of sand and shingle.

Location: Pwllheli

Beics Menai, Caernarfon - 17.7 Miles away

Hire a cycle from Beics Menai and take it with you on the Welsh Highland Railway, a 'narrow gauge' railway that runs from the quay at Caernarfon through the beautiful Welsh countryside to the village of Rhud Ddu in the middle of Snowdonia. It is even possible to stop along the way. When you're ready, cycle back to Caernarfon along 'Lon Eifion', the most well known and used cycle route through the beautiful Nantlle Valley.

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Lastra Farm Restaurant, Amlwch - 14 Miles away

An award-winning restaurant which serves excellent cuisine and fine wine in a relaxing environment. Its Granary Bistro is the ideal location for a relaxing and informal meal. You can enjoy anything from a cappuccino and light snack to a full three course meal.

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The Harp Inn, Llandwrog - 19.2 Miles away

The Harp Inn has masses of character and is situated in the quaint village of Llandwrog, close to both the coast and mountains of Snowdonia. It has a peaceful garden, games room, quiet bar and a lovely restaurant, all tastefully decorated in a country style.

Location: Llandwrog

Penrhyn Castle Tea Rooms, Bangor - 21.8 Miles away

National Trust licensed tea rooms serving hot meals and light refreshments. All meals made from locally grown and / or sustainably produced ingredients. After a spot to eat, take a trip round the castle and enjoy the spectacular surroundings Bangor has to offer.

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Courts Restaurant, Beaumaris - 22.2 Miles away

Courts Restaurant is highly recommended and so it is advisable to book first. Local produce is used to produce a mixture of Welsh and international cuisine. It's the perfect restaurant to unwind and have a nice relaxed meal.

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The Cross Foxes Inn, Gwynedd, North Wales - 26.7 Miles away

A cosy little 19th century village pub with excellent home cooked food in a family atmosphere. With a lovely garden to relax in and a children’s play area, the recently refurbished restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a drink or a Sunday roast.

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Poachers, Criccieth - 30 Miles away

A delightful restaurant enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Recently refurbished, this charming place is perfect for enjoying a romantic meal or a celebrating with friends and family. The impressive menu is updated regularly and features the best seasonal local produce.

Location: Criccieth

South Stack Cliffs, Anglesey - 2 Miles away

Take a walk along South Stack Cliffs but remember to take your binoculars - you might spot guillemots, razorbills and puffins raising their young in the summer months. In the spring and summer time the cliffs take on an abundance of colour and if you look closely, you may catch a glimpse of a dolphin or two.

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Henblas Country Park, Anglesey - 13.4 Miles away

At the Henblas Country Park there is something for all the family, no matter the weather. There are superb views of Snowdonia to enjoy from the park. Visitor`s are encouraged to join in bottle feeding baby lambs and shearing sheep.

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Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynsiencyn - 16.6 Miles away

At Anglesey Sea Zoo you can see tiny lobsters and baby seahorses, octopuses and weaver fish. You can also see a shipwreck with conger eels. Then go to the coffee shop and have tea and cakes or go and have a game of crazy golf.

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Caernarfon Airworld, Caernarfon - 17.5 Miles away

Caernarfon Airworld is a year round attraction. Explore the aviation museum, home to a vast collection of aircraft, get the chance to sit in a cockpit or simply enjoy the beautiful setting adjacent to a blue flag beach. Better still, see it from the sky! Airworld offers various pleasure flights including one around puffin island.

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Redline Karting, Caernarfon - 18.6 Miles away

This karting centre puts you in the drivers seat of high spec racing karts, supremely engineered by pros in the UK. Test your skills against friends and family on this challenging track and buckle up for a fun day's racing.

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Greenwood Forest Park, Gwynedd - 18.7 Miles away

Greenwood Forest Park is a brilliant day out for the whole family. Kids can jump on the giant pillow, pedal away on a moon kart, and slide down from the treetop towers or walk on the netted walkways. Then you can enjoy the jungle boat adventures as well as meeting the bunnies and admiring the peacocks.

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Gypsy Wood Park, Caernarfon - 18.8 Miles away

Set in 20 acres of outstanding natural beauty, Gypsy Wood Park makes for an enchanting day out for all the family. Take a walk through this fantasy land, find the fairies and make a wish, visit the animals, ride on the miniature railway, enjoy a picnic - so much to do, one day just won't be long enough!

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Inigo Jones Slate Works, Gwynedd - 20.9 Miles away

A self guided tour of the slate works is both educational and fun. Try your hand at calligraphy and engrave on a piece of slate that you get to keep. You can also view the machines and craftsmen in action. After visiting the geological and historical exhibitions, relax with a drink or some lunch at the Welsh Rock Cafe.

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National Slate Museum , Gwynedd - 24.1 Miles away

Situated in the workshops of the Padarn Country Park, this museum is a pocket of history. Visitors can get close to the largest working waterwheel in mainland Britain and enjoy slate splitting demonstrations by craftsmen.

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Llanberis Lake Railway, Llanberis - 24.1 Miles away

Enjoy the unrivalled views of Snowdonia on a narrow-gauge steam train journey - perfect for savouring the grandeur of Snowdonia. You'll pass the Welsh Slate Museum and Dolbadarn Castle and be presented with many photo opportunities.

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Glasfryn Parc Activity Centre, Pwllheli - 25 Miles away

This premier activity and adventure centre, located in the heart of the Llyn Peninsula, has plenty to offer visitors. From go karting and quad biking to ten-pin bowling, fishing and archery. Don’t forget your camera to capture those exciting moments!

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Sygun Copper Mine, Beddgelert - 29 Miles away

This old copper mine, now a unique family attraction, is situated in the glorious Gwynant Valley in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. It is a great example of our precious industrial heritage.

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Holyhead Martime Museum, Holyhead - 2.3 Miles away

Step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales, which houses a wonderful collection of exhibits illustrating the fascinating maritime history of Holyhead and Anglesey. Discover amazing facts about life at sea in days gone by, and how people lived and died on their craft during war and peacetime.

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Plas Newydd, Angelsey - 17.7 Miles away

Home of the Marquis of Anglesey, Plas Bewydd is situated on the banks of the Menai Strait, with a fabulous woodland walk along the bank of the Menai. Historical cruises and boat trips on the Menai Strait operate from the property - weather and tide permitting.

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Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery, Bangor - 20.9 Miles away

When visiting Wales why not catch up on some fascinating history when viewing exhibitions in the art gallery? The gallery includes paintings, photography and sculptures. Take a few moments to browse through the museum shop and maybe take home a beautiful souvenir.

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Penrhyn Castle, Bangor - 21.9 Miles away

Situated near Bangor this neo-Norman 19th Century castle lies between Snowdonia and the Menai Straits. Tour the inside of the castle not forgetting the one ton slate bed made especially for Queen Victoria. On leaving the house, be sure to visit the National Trust shop, cafe and local art exhibitions.

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Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language Centre, Llithfaen - 23.5 Miles away

Situated at the foot of the Rivals mountain range, this heritage centre houses an exhibition about the Welsh language and culture and Nant Gwrtheyrn's history.

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Amgueddfa Llechi Welsh Slate Museum, Llanberis - 24.1 Miles away

Amgueddfa Llechi Welsh Slate Museum celebrates the North Wales slate industry which roofed the industrial revolution. This popular tourist attraction is a pocket of history for locals living in North Wales. Visitors can enjoy slate splitting demonstrations by craftsmen and a close up exploration of the largest working water wheel in mainland Britain.

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Craflwyn Hall, Beddgelert - 28.8 Miles away

The Craflwyn estate dates back to 1200 AD when it was an old hunting lodge. The Victorian mansion has been converted into a centre where volunteers can stay while helping with conservation tasks. There are some great walks through the surrounding countryside.

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The Lloyd George Museum, Criccieth - 29.1 Miles away

Discover the personal and professional life of the hugely influential statesman. David Lloyd George, was a turn of the century, Liberal politician who became leader of Britain's national government in 1916. As Prime Minister he led the country out of World War One and his government gave women the vote in 1918. A fascinating character who played an important role in shaping the history of Britain and the Liberal Party.

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Criccieth Castle , Criccieth - 29.6 Miles away

This castle is a marvellous sight to behold; its twin-towered gatehouse sitting high and majestic atop a rocky hill which juts dramatically out into Tremadog Bay. Built in the 13th Century over three phases, speculation still exists as to which areas of the castle belong to which building period.

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The Dingle (Nant y Pandy) Nature Reserve, Llangefni - 13.4 Miles away

25 acres of woodland - rich in wildlife such as frogs and newts with lizards in the drier areas. There are also lots of insects, including wasps, bees, hoverflies and butterflies. The waters feature roach, trout and perch and occasionally sea trout and eels.

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Lon Cob Bach, Pwllheli - 17.6 Miles away

In the centre of the historic town of Pwllheli, the Lon Cob Bach Local Nature Reserve is a wonderful green space with an area of interdial mud and multiple species of birds and animals in the area. Explore these fascinating habitats and spend the day enjoying the beautiful scenery.

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Y Foryd, Caernarfon - 19.2 Miles away

Y Foryd is a partially enclosed intertidal bay on the Menai Strait. The sand and mud are important feeding habitats for a number of native and migratory bird species. In the winter, this becomes a haven for many ducks and waders. Large flocks of over 5,000 widgeons can be seen, along with a number of shell ducks, oyster catchers, curlews and lapwing.

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Parc Dudley, Waunfawr - 21 Miles away

Park Dudley Nature Reserve is a mixed woodland full of wildlife habitats and native species of birds, plants and animals. Some of the more uncommon varieties travel all the way from Africa to nest on the reserve. There is a small walk around the reserve as well as a longer 1 kilometre circular walk for the more adventurous.

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Anglesey Adventures, Holyhead - 2.3 Miles away

Angelsey Adventures arrange adventure days out for all the family. Activities on offer include coasteering, gorge scrambling, rock climbing, abseiling, mountain scrambling, sea-level-traversing, kayaking, raft building and canoeing.

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Llyn Alaw, Holyhead - 8.2 Miles away

Llyn Alaw is one of the best trout fishing lakes in Wales. It is well stocked with both rainbow and brown trout and there is an abundance of wild flowers and butterflies in this lovely setting. Birdwatchers and walkers are also catered for with two bird hides, three picnic sites and some lovely paths connecting the lake to the Sannan and Ceidio Circular walks.

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Anglesey Riding Centre, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll - 16.1 Miles away

Anglesey Riding Centre offers beach and grass track horseriding with a number of local instructors to all levels of ability. There are also indoor and outdoor show jumping facilities. In the summer, young people can spend a half day or full day at the riding school riding, grooming and learning about horse care and management.

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Boulder Adventures, Llanberis - 23.6 Miles away

Looking for some adventure? Boulder adventures offers a great range of mountain sports from canoeing to kayaking, climbing to bouldering and gorge walking and much more. Don't worry if you're a beginner, there are qualified instructors to guide you. On the other hand, if you're experienced, there are great courses for you too!

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Ropes and Ladders, High Ropes Adventure Centre, Llanberis - 24.1 Miles away

Discover adventure high up in the treetops of Padarn Country Park. Defeat the highest outdoor climbing and abseil tower in the UK or speed along on the aerial zip lines through tree canopies. The new children's course allows younger children to have their own adventures.

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Nefyn and District Golf Club, Morfa Nefyn - 24.2 Miles away

With no fewer than 26 holes, offering two cliff top 18-hole courses set in spectacular coastal scenery, visitors to Nefyn Golf Club are spoilt for choice. After completing the front 10, golfers can opt for the 'new' or 'old' course of entirely different back eights.

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Pwllheli Golf Club, Gwynedd - 29.1 Miles away

Not long by many course standards at 6100yards from the back tees, some might think that this is an easy course, however with the absence of par 5's, and some of the par 4's playing into the prevailing south westerly winds, Pwllheli is a true test of golf for golfers of all handicap levels.

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Bob Valentine Shooting School, Llanbedrog - 29.6 Miles away

It does more than it says on the tin! Bob Valentine shooting school not only offers clay pigeon shooting lessons but also off road Land Rover driving, archery, falconry and air rifle shooting. Established in 1986, this shooting school is renowned for its high quality and fun days out.

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Pwllheli, Pwllheli - 28.3 Miles away

Pwllheli is the unofficial capital of The Llyn Peninsula, in Northwest Wales. Much of The Llyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and Pwllheli is an ideal base to explore this area, as well as nearby Snowdonia, Anglesey and the western coast of Wales.

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Beddgelert, Beddgelert - 28.6 Miles away

Beddgelert is Snowdonia's loveliest mountain village. Its stone dwellings, inns and hotels are surrounded by the finest scenery in North Wales. Beddgelert's most famous legend Gelert's Grave, the resting place for Gelert, the faithful hound who belonged to the medieval Welsh prince, Llwelyn the Great, was wrongfully killed by his master.

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Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Anglesey Bungalows. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Isle Of Anglesey or holiday parks in Holyhead.

Bryn Mechell, Amlwch

Anglesey Lakeside Lodges, Menai Bridge