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Seaview Lodge Chalet Church Bay
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Sleeps: 5
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £395
High Season: £645

Compact budget accommodation in beautiful Church Bay Anglesey, Seaview Lodge is a chalet in a small private enclosed garden with lovely sea views. It has a double, twin and very small single which is only suitable for a child. The living area has a kitchen and dining table and is well fitted with microwave, fridge/freezer, gas cooker and dishwasher. It's fully centrally heated. The sitting...

Sleeps: 5

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £395

High Season: £645

 

Church Bay Tourist Information
Church Bay (Porth Swtan) is a small hamlet which lies on the West coast of Anglesey. it is located about two and a half miles from the village of Llanfaethlu and just over five miles from Llanfechell village.

Facilities in Church Bay include a cafe and the renowned 'Lobster Pot Restaurant'.

Church Bay is home to Swtan Heritage Museum which is owned by the National Trust but leased and run by the Friends of Swtan. Swtan is a fully restored 17th-century Welsh cottage with a thatched roof, there is also a well-stocked vegetable plot and a herb garden. Paying a visit to this museum offers you an interesting insight as to what life was like in rural Wales in 1900.

The area is known for its popular beach, Church Bay Beach (Porth Swtan) is a rural and unspoilt little beauty made up of sand and pebbles back by cliffs, there are also some great rock pools for the kids to explore. Access isn't the easiest as it's down a steep path, but once down you will find the waters are perfect for swimming, sailing, kayaking and fishing.

Walks from Church Bay along the Anglesey Coastal Path
The Anglesey Coastal Path makes its way around the top of the cliffs which encompasses the beach, giving walkers the option to head North or South. From Church Bay, there is a circular walk North along the coastal path to the small island of 'Ynys Y Fydlyn', from there the walk heads inland and back to Chruch Bay. Alternatively, walkers can continue North along the coastal path past Ynys Y Fydlyn and onto 'Carmel Head' which is nestled at the North-western tip of Anglesey, arriving here walkers are rewarded with outstanding views over the Irish Sea. A walk South from Church Bay along the coastal path allows you to stop off at Porth Trwyn Beach, this is a lovely hidden and quiet beach with amazing clear waters, at low tide a delightful stretch of sand reveals itself which is ideal for families and for fishing.

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