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Anglesey Log Cabins

  • Last Minute Cottages - Caban Cariad
  • Holyhead

    Caban Cariad

    Ref: S526488

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    Bodedern is a tranquil and pleasant village in the centre of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. It has a welcome tavern, a shop, and a Post Office as well as other conveniences. The entire island is brimming with interesting sights and activities,...

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    Anglesey, Wales is an ideal holiday spot for those looking for a peaceful getaway surrounded by breathtaking views of the countryside. Located off the north-west coast of Wales, Anglesey is renowned for its breathtaking coastal towns and majestic mountainous walks. Here, visitors will find plenty of things to do, from coastal walks along the iconic harbours to more adventurous activities such as mountain biking and zip-lining. There are also many historical sites to explore, such as the remains of an important Neolithic burial mound called Barclodiad y Gawres.

    Holiday lodges and log cabins in Anglesey are becoming increasingly popular among holiday makers, offering the perfect excuse for a breath of fresh air in the countryside. Whether you're looking for a romantic hideaway, a family getaway, or just to get closer to nature, lodges in Anglesey provide an idyllic escape with an abundance of activities on offer. From watersports, golf, fishing and horse riding to simply taking in the stunning views, we've got the perfect log cabin for you to retreat to!

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    Frequent questions

    • How do you spend a day in Anglesey?

      A day in Anglesey, an island off the coast of Wales, can be filled with exploration and natural beauty. You can visit historical sites like Beaumaris Castle, enjoy scenic coastal walks, indulge in delicious local seafood, and take in breathtaking views at places like South Stack Lighthouse.

    • How long does it take to drive around Anglesey?

      Driving around Anglesey, which has a perimeter of approximately 125 miles (201 km), typically takes around 3 to 4 hours, depending on traffic and stops along the way. However, it's recommended to allocate additional time for sightseeing and exploring the attractions the island has to offer.

    • What is the most scenic part of the Anglesey Coastal Path?

      The Anglesey Coastal Path offers numerous scenic sections, but one particularly stunning part is the stretch between Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn. This portion showcases dramatic cliffs, secluded coves, and panoramic views of the Irish Sea, making it a favourite among hikers and nature enthusiasts.

    • Can you walk around Anglesey?

      Yes, it is possible to walk around Anglesey by following the Anglesey Coastal Path, which is approximately 130 miles (209 km) long. The path encompasses diverse landscapes, including beautiful coastlines, sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and charming villages, providing a wonderful opportunity for hikers to explore the island on foot.

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