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House in Trearddur Bay

Y Nyth

Advert ID No:  384
(21 Photos)

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Sleeps:  11      No of Bedrooms:  6     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £1,127     (High Season):  £2,294

Spread over three floors, Y Nyth is a wonderful 6 bedroomed detached holiday home located at the Southern end of Trearddur Bay on Holy Island. This spacious house can sleep 11 people making it ideal for large families and friends, it is also ideally situated for the kids and beach lovers as it is across the road from and overlooks beautiful Porth Diana Bay. Y Nyth is a superb house with...

 

Trearddur Bay Tourist Information

Oh, I Do Like to be beside the seaside..

Trearddur Bay is a village and seaside resort located on Holy Island on the West coast of Anglesey, the village is positioned two miles South of Holyhead and just under three miles North of Rhoscolyn.


Trearddur Bay has a convenience store/post office and a couple of places to grab a bite to eat and have a drink.

Being located so close to Holyhead means Trearddur Bay is a doddle to get to.
If travelling by car, both the main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (exit Junction 2) terminate at Holyhead, alternatively you can exit the North Wales Expressway at Junction 3 and take the B4545 across Four Mile Bridge, which leads directly to the village. For those not wishing to travel by car, the nearest train station is in Holyhead and there are regular bus services that travel to the village on route between Holyhead and the city of Bangor on mainland Wales.

Kids (and big kids) don't forget your bucket and spade!
The real draw for the village and what makes it so popular is its beach. Trearddur Bay Beach is a fantastic wide sandy beach that gradually slopes towards the sea, with a protected bathing area that is suitably safe for a family swim. At either end of the bay there are a few rock pools for the kids to poke around in to see what little critters they can find.

Trearddur Bay Seaside Cottages on Holy Island
Being a coastal destination means the area around Trearddur Bay offers a wealth of water-based activities including canoeing, surfboarding, sea kayaking, diving, water skiing, and when the conditions are right, windsurfing and kite-surfing. Anglers can try their hand at a spot of sea fishing either from the shore or on a boat.

Back on terra firma and not too far from the village lies Holyhead Golf Club, the club offers a challenging 18-hole heathland course with fabulous views towards the mountains of Snowdonia.

Walks along the Anglesey Coastal Path from Trearddur Bay
Walkers are able to enjoy some lovely walks in the area, including walks along the renowned Anglesey Coastal Path which heads past the village.
Heading South along the coastal path offers walkers some stunning scenic views as they head to Rhoscolyn, where a further easy walk (if you've got any puff left) of about five and a half miles around Rhoscolyn Headland awaits.
Heading from Trearddur promenade, walkers are taken on a walk of about twelve miles around the Northern coastline of Holy Island finishing close to the port of Holyhead. This walk is more strenuous but it is well worth it, with its magnificent heather-clad coastline and its towering cliffs. From Trearddur Bay, the walk heads towards South Stack lighthouse then on towards the highest hill on Holy Island, Holyhead Mountain (with its stunning views in all directions), then finally onto Holyhead port.

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1 Rentals Found

Y Nyth

House in Trearddur Bay (21 Photos)
Y Nyth

No Reviews

Sleeps: 11
Bedrooms: 6
Low Season: £1,127
High Season: £2,294

Trearddur Bay tourist information

Oh, I Do Like to be beside the seaside..

Trearddur Bay is a village and seaside resort located on Holy Island on the West coast of Anglesey, the village is positioned two miles South of Holyhead and just under three miles North of Rhoscolyn.


Trearddur Bay has a convenience store/post office and a couple of places to grab a bite to eat and have a drink.

Being located so close to Holyhead means Trearddur Bay is a doddle to get to.
If travelling by car, both the main A5 road and the North Wales Expressway (exit Junction 2) terminate at Holyhead, alternatively you can exit the North Wales Expressway at Junction 3 and take the B4545 across Four Mile Bridge, which leads directly to the village. For those not wishing to travel by car, the nearest train station is in Holyhead and there are regular bus services that travel to the village on route between Holyhead and the city of Bangor on mainland Wales.

Kids (and big kids) don't forget your bucket and spade!
The real draw for the village and what makes it so popular is its beach. Trearddur Bay Beach is a fantastic wide sandy beach that gradually slopes towards the sea, with a protected bathing area that is suitably safe for a family swim. At either end of the bay there are a few rock pools for the kids to poke around in to see what little critters they can find.

Trearddur Bay Seaside Cottages on Holy Island
Being a coastal destination means the area around Trearddur Bay offers a wealth of water-based activities including canoeing, surfboarding, sea kayaking, diving, water skiing, and when the conditions are right, windsurfing and kite-surfing. Anglers can try their hand at a spot of sea fishing either from the shore or on a boat.

Back on terra firma and not too far from the village lies Holyhead Golf Club, the club offers a challenging 18-hole heathland course with fabulous views towards the mountains of Snowdonia.

Walks along the Anglesey Coastal Path from Trearddur Bay
Walkers are able to enjoy some lovely walks in the area, including walks along the renowned Anglesey Coastal Path which heads past the village.
Heading South along the coastal path offers walkers some stunning scenic views as they head to Rhoscolyn, where a further easy walk (if you've got any puff left) of about five and a half miles around Rhoscolyn Headland awaits.
Heading from Trearddur promenade, walkers are taken on a walk of about twelve miles around the Northern coastline of Holy Island finishing close to the port of Holyhead. This walk is more strenuous but it is well worth it, with its magnificent heather-clad coastline and its towering cliffs. From Trearddur Bay, the walk heads towards South Stack lighthouse then on towards the highest hill on Holy Island, Holyhead Mountain (with its stunning views in all directions), then finally onto Holyhead port.

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