Holiday Cottages Around Newborough Village, Anglesey

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Holiday Cottages Around Newborough Village, Anglesey


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Cottage in Newborough

Y Fron

Advert ID No:  383
(11 Photos)

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Sleeps:  6      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £307     (High Season):  £889

Y Fron is a beautiful detached cottage ideally situated in the centre of the village, completely renovated, it has three bedrooms and can sleep six guests. The lounge has comfortable seating and a lovely woodburner as well as a television with Freeview and a DVD player, in addition, there are wonderful views over fields and the Menai Straits and in the distance, the Snowdonia mountain range....

 

Newborough Tourist Information

Newborough - Do holiday destinations get any better?

Newborough is a charming village which can be found nestled in the South-western corner of Anglesey, a couple of miles North lies the village of Malltraeth, whilst the famous village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll is just under ten miles away to the East.


Facilities in Newborough include a shop, a chip shop, a cafe and a very welcoming pub which serves food. The A4080 road leads directly to the village from the main A5 road, public transport include buses which call in on the village regularly throughout the day as they travel between the town of Llangefni and the city of Bangor on mainland Wales, the nearest train station is roughly four miles away at Bodorgan.

Holiday Cottages in Newborough
Lovers of the great outdoors should make a beeline for Newborough Forest. This idyllic forest is considered to be one of the largest accessible forests in Wales, it has several waymarked walking trails that allow visitors to amble around this lovely forest, it also provides a good location for off-road bike riding.

Families + Endless hours of fun = The sublime Llanddwyn Beach (Newborough Beach)
A walk along a path through the enchanting Newborough Forest leads visitors directly to Llanddwyn Beach (Newborough Beach), this is truly a fabulous beach with mile upon mile of glorious sandiness that's ideal for the kids to run themselves ragged. The waters at Newborough Beach shelve gently, this allows for generally safe swimming, it also provides an ideal destination for those who are into their windsurfing, kite-surfing, fishing and other water-based activities.

Equally as beautiful is Newborough Warren, a magnificent dune system which is a National Nature Reserve that has been declared as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The whole reserve is a real feast for the eyes, particularly during the summer months as the dunes are carpeted in a beautiful array of colourful wildflowers (including rare orchids) that entice butterflies, insects and birdlife.

You must visit Llanddwyn Island
Llanddwyn Island affords visitors some wonderful views across to Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula.
Llanddwyn Island (Ynys Llanddwyn) forms part of the magnificent Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve, it is a small tidal island which becomes cut off from mainland Anglesey by a 200-metre wide stretch of the sea, although this only occurs at the highest of tides. Llanddwyn Island is not only a great place for a picnic, but it allows visitors to enjoy a leisurely amble across the island and around its coastal path, stopping off along the way at the lovely little cove-like beaches. The island has a small row of pilot cottages, once the home of the Menai Straits Pilots, one of the cottages has been converted into a small but interesting museum to allow visitors to see how the pilots would have lived when in residence on the island. In the center of this magical place are the remains of the Church of Saint Dwynwen - The Welsh patron saint of lovers.
It should be noted that Llanddwyn Island is a tidal island, therefore if you're visiting it you should familiarize yourself and your party with the tide times, otherwise a short visit could turn into a several hour stay.

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Y Fron

Cottage in Newborough (11 Photos)
Y Fron

No Reviews

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £307
High Season: £889

Newborough tourist information

Newborough - Do holiday destinations get any better?

Newborough is a charming village which can be found nestled in the South-western corner of Anglesey, a couple of miles North lies the village of Malltraeth, whilst the famous village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll is just under ten miles away to the East.


Facilities in Newborough include a shop, a chip shop, a cafe and a very welcoming pub which serves food. The A4080 road leads directly to the village from the main A5 road, public transport include buses which call in on the village regularly throughout the day as they travel between the town of Llangefni and the city of Bangor on mainland Wales, the nearest train station is roughly four miles away at Bodorgan.

Holiday Cottages in Newborough
Lovers of the great outdoors should make a beeline for Newborough Forest. This idyllic forest is considered to be one of the largest accessible forests in Wales, it has several waymarked walking trails that allow visitors to amble around this lovely forest, it also provides a good location for off-road bike riding.

Families + Endless hours of fun = The sublime Llanddwyn Beach (Newborough Beach)
A walk along a path through the enchanting Newborough Forest leads visitors directly to Llanddwyn Beach (Newborough Beach), this is truly a fabulous beach with mile upon mile of glorious sandiness that's ideal for the kids to run themselves ragged. The waters at Newborough Beach shelve gently, this allows for generally safe swimming, it also provides an ideal destination for those who are into their windsurfing, kite-surfing, fishing and other water-based activities.

Equally as beautiful is Newborough Warren, a magnificent dune system which is a National Nature Reserve that has been declared as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The whole reserve is a real feast for the eyes, particularly during the summer months as the dunes are carpeted in a beautiful array of colourful wildflowers (including rare orchids) that entice butterflies, insects and birdlife.

You must visit Llanddwyn Island
Llanddwyn Island affords visitors some wonderful views across to Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula.
Llanddwyn Island (Ynys Llanddwyn) forms part of the magnificent Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve, it is a small tidal island which becomes cut off from mainland Anglesey by a 200-metre wide stretch of the sea, although this only occurs at the highest of tides. Llanddwyn Island is not only a great place for a picnic, but it allows visitors to enjoy a leisurely amble across the island and around its coastal path, stopping off along the way at the lovely little cove-like beaches. The island has a small row of pilot cottages, once the home of the Menai Straits Pilots, one of the cottages has been converted into a small but interesting museum to allow visitors to see how the pilots would have lived when in residence on the island. In the center of this magical place are the remains of the Church of Saint Dwynwen - The Welsh patron saint of lovers.
It should be noted that Llanddwyn Island is a tidal island, therefore if you're visiting it you should familiarize yourself and your party with the tide times, otherwise a short visit could turn into a several hour stay.

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