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Cottage in Cemaes Bay

Smithy Cottage

Advert ID No:  369
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Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £331     (High Season):  £514

This is a wonderful 1 bedroomed semi-detached cottage situated in the lovely seaside village of Cemaes Bay on Anglesey, it's the most Northerly village in Wales. Smithy Cottage is perfectly positioned in the heart of this delightful seaside village, less than a 10-minute walk from the front door and you can find yourself at the harbour or on the beach. A 30-minute drive West from Smithy...

Apartment in Cemaes Bay

Anglesey holiday cottage nr Cemaes bay North Wales 7 nights Self Catering . Bwlch Annexe

Advert ID No:  296
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Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £270     (High Season):  £270

Newly refurbished 1 bedroomed apartment sleeps 2 situated in the countryside 2 miles from Cemaes Bay which has a blue flag beach & 1 mile from Cemlyn RSPB Nature reserve. The apartment is annexed to the main house with its own entrance which is reached by four steps. It also has its own private garden with table & 2 chairs. I am sorry I am unable to accept pets. The main house has its own...

 

Cemaes Bay Tourist Information

Cemaes - The most Northerly village in Wales

Cemaes is a pretty village which is nestled along the North coast of Anglesey, it's positioned just over five miles from the town of Amlwch and less than two miles from the village of Llanfechell.


The village high street with its cheery brightly coloured houses is off the A5025 road (one of the main roads on Anglesey), so although Cemaes lies in the far North of the island it is still very easy to reach by car. Holidaymakers will find plenty of regular bus services which travel to and from Cemaes.

Cemaes Village Holiday Cottages on Anglesey
Visiting tourists will find this lovely village has a number of shops which can cater for your everyday needs, along with a selection of places to eat and a couple of character pubs to enjoy a well-earned drink.

Located in the heart of the village is Cemaes Heritage Centre, spread over two floors, it depicts the rich heritage of the area through four interesting heritage themes.

Out and about, there's plenty to do in and around Cemaes Bay.
Cemaes Bay is blessed with two sandy beaches. The larger of the two and more popular is Traeth Mawr Beach (Big Beach), located to the East of the harbour it's a great family beach with rock pools for poking around in, it's also very popular for various watersports like windsurfing and kayaking. There is also a promenade that spans the beach where you can just sit and relax with an ice cream in tranquil reflection.

Located on the far side of the harbour is Traeth Bach Beach (Small Beach), it offers beachgoers a lovely stretch of sandiness where families can while away several hours either playing beach games, rockpooling, padding or just relaxing. Traeth Bach Beach is also a popular place for watersports activities such as kayaking, sailing and windsurfing.
To make the most out of both beaches they're best visited at low tide, especially Traeth Bach Beach.


During the summer months, the little harbour can be a hive of activity particularly at high tide (when it's also at its prettiest). Yachts can be seen making their way in and out of the harbour, along with a variety of boats which are busy taking holidaymakers out on sea fishing trips and leisurely trips around the bay and along the coast. The small harbour wall is ideal for a spot of crabbing or fishing, it also provides a launching point where kids of all ages find great amusement in hurling themselves off the harbour wall and into the sea.

If you don't fancy flinging yourself off the harbour wall for a bit of fun, how about trying your hand at fishing on land instead?. The waters around Cemaes Bay are awash with a variety of fish species including bass, cod, pollack, mackerel, huss, dab and conger eels to name but a few. One of the best fishing locations is the Llanbadrig Ledges which can be accessed via a footpath through the cemetery at Llanbadrig Church, it should be noted that it the Llanbadrig Ledges (a rock mark) can be slippery and can receive sudden big sea swells.

Walkers will find plenty of routes in the area to enjoy a leisurely stroll, and of course, the 125-mile long Anglesey Coastal Path which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (for 95% of its coastline ) passes Cemaes Bay, it offers beautiful scenic walks in either direction from the village.

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2 Rentals Found

Smithy Cottage

Cottage in Cemaes Bay (10 Photos)
Smithy Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £331
High Season: £514

Cemaes Bay tourist information

Cemaes - The most Northerly village in Wales

Cemaes is a pretty village which is nestled along the North coast of Anglesey, it's positioned just over five miles from the town of Amlwch and less than two miles from the village of Llanfechell.


The village high street with its cheery brightly coloured houses is off the A5025 road (one of the main roads on Anglesey), so although Cemaes lies in the far North of the island it is still very easy to reach by car. Holidaymakers will find plenty of regular bus services which travel to and from Cemaes.

Cemaes Village Holiday Cottages on Anglesey
Visiting tourists will find this lovely village has a number of shops which can cater for your everyday needs, along with a selection of places to eat and a couple of character pubs to enjoy a well-earned drink.

Located in the heart of the village is Cemaes Heritage Centre, spread over two floors, it depicts the rich heritage of the area through four interesting heritage themes.

Out and about, there's plenty to do in and around Cemaes Bay.
Cemaes Bay is blessed with two sandy beaches. The larger of the two and more popular is Traeth Mawr Beach (Big Beach), located to the East of the harbour it's a great family beach with rock pools for poking around in, it's also very popular for various watersports like windsurfing and kayaking. There is also a promenade that spans the beach where you can just sit and relax with an ice cream in tranquil reflection.

Located on the far side of the harbour is Traeth Bach Beach (Small Beach), it offers beachgoers a lovely stretch of sandiness where families can while away several hours either playing beach games, rockpooling, padding or just relaxing. Traeth Bach Beach is also a popular place for watersports activities such as kayaking, sailing and windsurfing.
To make the most out of both beaches they're best visited at low tide, especially Traeth Bach Beach.


During the summer months, the little harbour can be a hive of activity particularly at high tide (when it's also at its prettiest). Yachts can be seen making their way in and out of the harbour, along with a variety of boats which are busy taking holidaymakers out on sea fishing trips and leisurely trips around the bay and along the coast. The small harbour wall is ideal for a spot of crabbing or fishing, it also provides a launching point where kids of all ages find great amusement in hurling themselves off the harbour wall and into the sea.

If you don't fancy flinging yourself off the harbour wall for a bit of fun, how about trying your hand at fishing on land instead?. The waters around Cemaes Bay are awash with a variety of fish species including bass, cod, pollack, mackerel, huss, dab and conger eels to name but a few. One of the best fishing locations is the Llanbadrig Ledges which can be accessed via a footpath through the cemetery at Llanbadrig Church, it should be noted that it the Llanbadrig Ledges (a rock mark) can be slippery and can receive sudden big sea swells.

Walkers will find plenty of routes in the area to enjoy a leisurely stroll, and of course, the 125-mile long Anglesey Coastal Path which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (for 95% of its coastline ) passes Cemaes Bay, it offers beautiful scenic walks in either direction from the village.

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