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The perfect walking holiday

Whether you pick Llanlliana House or Ty Glas Beachhouse as your Anglesey retreat, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to local trails. Both properties benefit from immediate access to the Isle of Anglesey Coast Path, in addition to stunning coastal views. Covering almost 95% of the coast and passing through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this trail has to be seen to be believed.

There’s a variety of landmarks to be spotted, from Holyhead Mountain and the Menai Bridge, as well as Cemlyn Nature Reserve and Penmon Point. The path spans 130 miles of stunning terrain, and proves popular with walkers and cyclists alike.


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A variety of trails to suit everyone

For those looking for a shorter trail, Anglesey has something to suit all abilities. There’s much to be discovered without having to travel too far. Explore our top picks or shorter trails that still showcase the best of the island’s charms:

  • Moelfre to Pentraeth (6 miles/9.5km)
  • Beaumaris to Moel y Don (7 miles/11km)
  • Cemaes to Amlwch Port (7.5 miles/12km)
  • Four Mile Bridge to Trearddur Bay (9 miles/14.5km)

Pick your perfect path by following the link below.

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