Holiday Lettings & Cottage Rentals in Holyhead (Caergybi) Town on Holy Island

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Ty Cristion Holiday Cottages
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £300
High Season: £500

A delightful self-catering property complex of 4 cottages. Ty Cristion a former coaching inn is one of the original dwellings in Bodedern – one of the oldest villages in Anglesey. Surrounded by beautiful countryside set back on a private drive just off the old coaching road (B1509). Ty Cristion is perfectly placed for exploring the island. Just 2 miles off junction 4, A55 Euroroute, 6 miles...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £300

High Season: £500

Advert ID No:  127
Bodfan
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Sleeps: 8
No of Bedrooms: 5
Low Season: £495
High Season: £1100

Bodfan is a beautiful farmhouse is set in peaceful rural surroundings. Our holiday accommodation has five bedrooms consisting of one double bedroom, two rooms with twin beds and two single bedrooms. Two travel cots (up to 3 years of age) are also supplied. On the ground floor there is a large comfortable lounge with multi-fuel stove, TV and DVD player, CD player with radio and comfortable...

Sleeps: 8

No of Bedrooms: 5

Low Season: £495

High Season: £1100

 

Holyhead Tourist Information
Holyhead (Caergybi) is a town which can be found on Holy Island on the Western side of Anglesey, the town lies about two miles North of Trearddur Bay and roughly five miles North of Rhoscolyn.

Holyhead is the largest town on the Isle of Anglesey and as such offers visitors a good selection of shops to browse around, the town also provides a varied choice of eateries and pubs.

Holyhead port is a 24-hour operation which has daily ferry services that connect Wales with Ireland, the two ferry companies which operate out of the port are StenaLine and Irish Ferries.

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Just outside the town lies Holyhead Golf Club, here your golfing skills will be tested to the max on the Club's 18-hole heathland course which has extremely narrow undulating fairways, it also comes with the added test of coping with the winds off the Irish Sea.

Housed in the oldest lifeboat station in Wales (circa. 1858) is Holyhead Maritime Museum, it's a real gem of a museum which will appeal to the whole family. This Accredited Museum has an interesting collection of exhibits which depicts the maritime history of Holyhead. Set inside a Second World War air-raid shelter located alongside the museum is a permanent exhibition named 'Holyhead at War', it houses memorabilia and artefacts (including an authentic air raid siren).

To the North-west of Holyhead is South Stack lighthouse which is accessed via 400 steps down onto the island, once down you're able to take a tour of the lighthouse and soak up the stunning views from the island.

Holyhead Breakwater Country Park lies just outside the town, the park offers its visitors a variety of invigorating walks whilst anglers can spend a few leisurely hours fishing for carp, bream, roach and perch at Llyn Llwynog. The park has an information centre with indoor displays and outdoor exhibits which tell more about the wildlife and industrial heritage of this delightful country park.

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