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Sea Spray
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £450
High Season: £650

5* Sea Spray is a luxurious new ground floor apartment, totally refurbished in 2010 to exceptionally luxurious standards. Sea Spray’s decking area, just outside the front door, is an ideal place to relax with your morning cup of coffee or evening drink. Overlooking the sea and the village it is an ideal place to watch the world go by. The living area is a very spacious lounge, with a settee...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £450

High Season: £650

Sea Breezes
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £350
High Season: £450

Sea Breezes is our fabulous 4* first floor apartment, overlooking the coast in Moelfre, with amazing views from every window. Sea Breezes is approached via steps to your own sunny, garden terrace, an ideal place to relax with your morning cup of coffee or evening drink. The front door leads off the deck into the hallway with doors into the bedroom and living area. The spacious living area has...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £350

High Season: £450

 

Moelfre Tourist Information
A picturesque unspoilt maritime village

Moelfre is one of those delightful villages you could only hope to stumble across, it's located on Anglesey's East coast about seven and a half miles from the town of Amlwch and roughly eleven and a half miles from the town of Beaumaris.

Moelfre village has a small shop/post office and a few places to grab a bite to eat, there is also a pub that serves food.

In addition to the lovely views across to Puffin Island and Snowdonia, the village is home to Moelfre Beach, a small pebbly beach which is well worth a visit to forget your troubles for a while as you gaze carelessly out over the Irish Sea. If however, you're looking for a beach with sand, sand and even more sand, Traeth Lligwy Beach should fit the bill quite nicely and it's only just over a mile away from Moelfre village.

There's plenty to do in the area
Moelfre offers some spectacular scenery and what better way to enjoy it than a gentle amble along the Anglesey Coastal Path which makes its way past the village, cyclists can also enjoy the scenery as they head off along the 22-mile 'Hebog Circular Cycle Path' as it passes through Moelfre. The area provides a good location to cast a line and enjoy a relaxing spot of fishing, whether from the shore or from a boat out at sea.

Being a coastal destination means the area around Moelfre provides a great opportunity to indulge in a variety of watersports including water skiing, canoeing, kite surfing, sea kayaking and yachting to name but a few.

Perched above the sea and located near to Moefre Lifeboat Station is Moelfre Gwylfan Seawatch Centre, it's a small museum which houses the 'RNLB Birdseye' an old Oakley Class Lifeboat. In the museum you can learn about the bravery of Coxwain Richard Evans who was awarded two gold medals for saving the lives of the crews of two ships, the museum also tells of local shipwrecks and the history about the Moelfre Lifeboat.

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