For such a small island, there’s certainly plenty of cool and unique places to stay in Anglesey. And what a stunner of an area of Wales to visit too, there’s so many things to do here.
Cool & Unique Places To Stay In Anglesey
In this blog post we’ve done the work for you and pulled together our top pick of Anglesey accommodation. There’s wood cabins, traditional Welsh cottages and modern apartments.
So have a read through, pick your favourite and get booking a wonderfully unforgettable short break to Anglesey, North Wales.
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Romantic Wooden Cabin Overlooking River
~ the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind
Set in the rolling countryside, this comfortable Shepherds Hut has everything you need for a peaceful and relaxing getaway. There’s a log burner and fire pit to keep you cosy in cooler weather and riverside BBQ facilities for the warmer months.
The full Welsh breakfast made from local produce gets raving reviews. As does the welcome basket full of treats. There’s also a yummy afternoon tea or cheese and wine platter underneath the stars that can be arranged upon request.
Nothing is too much trouble for the lovely hosts. This place really does hospitality at its best.
Luxury Glamping Experience With Hot Water
~ private and tranquil with countryside views
This spacious bell tent with comfy bed and wood burner is camping at its finest. All set in a gorgeous garden on a wooden deck with uncompromised views of the Snowdonia Mountain Range in the distance. Close by is also the otherworldly landscape of Parys Mountain.
Adding to your comfort is a private outdoor kitchen and dining area complete with BBQ. Plus a separate individual bathroom with a hot shower, in a converted horse box!
This rustic but well thought out and magical self catering anglesey accommodation simply has to be seen to be believed.
Cosy Welsh Cottage With Secluded Garden
~ traditional charm meets modern luxury
Located in pretty Brynsiencyn village and less than 50 metres from the local pub. This homely cottage has been recently sympathetically renovated with modern facilities.
Downstairs you have exposed brickwork, a log burner and underfloor heating. While upstairs there’s a king sized bed window seat with views of Snowdonia. Out front is a small courtyard with seating and out back, a private garden with sun terrace.
This place is seriously sought after when it comes to Anglesey stays.
Deluxe Glamping Pod With Hot Tub
~ for outdoor lovers who like creature comforts
Each wooden cladded glamping pod has a private patio complete with BBQ, seating area and wood fired hot tub. Inside there’s a fully equipped kitchenette, comfortable bed and sofa.
If you’re looking for places to stay in Bellnech, this Anglesey accommodation is less than a couple of miles away from the stunning Bellnech beach.
Have a read of the reviews which are consistently exceptional.
Spacious Guesthouse With Wow Factor
~ unparalleled mountain and sea views
This entry on our best places to stay in Anglesey list offers insane views from the large bedroom and patio area. The vista stretches right out over the Menai Strait and onwards to the Snowdonia mountain range.
While it doesn’t have any kitchen facilities, the nearby pub does excellent breakfasts. And the local shop also sells pastries and fresh bread. There are tea/coffee making facilities and a small fridge.
If you’re looking for places to stay in Beaumaris, this absolute gem is less than 10 minutes drive away. Take a look at those views in the photos.
Studio Getaway Close To Beach
~ minimalistic living in picturesque surroundings
This cleverly designed space features a fully equipped kitchen, foldaway dining area, convertible sleeping/seating area and full bathroom with shower. The full length windows allow plenty of light. Plus there’s a small patio area outside to be enjoyed too.
Situated just 10 minutes drive from super scenic Newborough Beach, you’re perfectly located to enjoy some of Anglesey’s best attractions.
It’s a perfect space for a couple or solo adventure.
Tranquil Studio With Stunning Sea Views
~ Peace, quiet & serenity at its finest
You’ll find this unusual and lovely spot nestled into Church Bay along the North West coastline of Anglesey. It’s a rather remote location. So perfect for those wanting to get away from it all.
The studio lodge has a comfy king sized bed, large sofa, walk-in shower, dining area with a view. Plus there’s a fully equipped kitchen and a terraced seating area. Basically everything you need for a relaxing stay in the countryside.
The excellent reviews consistently say that the views are amazing to wake up to.
Peaceful Wooden Cabin By The Beach
~ stress melting getaway with coastal views
Located on a farm in the middle of the countryside, this off the beaten track Anglesey log cabin is a real gem. It’s just over a km to Porth Datarch beach, with Newry beach nearby too.
The open plan living area has a wood burning stove to keep you toasty and is perfect for snuggling up with a good book. And in warmer months enjoy colourful sunsets over the stunning landscape from the terrace outside.
It’s an ideal spot for kicking back and not doing very much.
Coastal Pods In A Quiet Orchard Setting
~ rural escape with panoramic sea views
The well thought out space of these charming cabins in Anglesey make for a seriously relaxing stay. A continental breakfast is included. And there’s some lovely restaurants a 10 minute away in picturesque Trearddur Bay.
Possibly the best feature of this inclusion on our compilation of cool places to stay in Anglesey is that it is right nearby South Stack lighthouse. Literally a 20 minute walk away. And in the opposite direction you have Porth Dafarch beach is also within walking distance.
The reviews speak for themselves with this place.
Modern Studio Apartment With Sun Terrace
~ contemporary open plan living
This spacious studio has everything you need for a short break. The basic kitchenette is equipped with a microwave, kettle, toaster and fridge. The comfortable outdoor seating area is set with a gorgeous garden topped off by picturesque mountain views.
Llangefni town is just a mile away and hosts a variety of cafes and pubs for your enjoyment.
The attention to detail from the hosts is second to none and many guests return time and time again to this gem of a place to stay in Anglesey.
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