01348 837871


near Beaumaris & Menai Strait, Anglesey

Anglesey holiday cottage near Penmon Beach above the Menai Strait, Beaumaris, North Wales. Dog friendly.

Near: Llangoed 15 min walk, Beaumaris 3m, Llanddona 4m

  • Reference 1042
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Anglesey holiday cottage near Penmon Beach Dog friendly
  • A stylish, beautifully restored spacious holiday cottage with high standards set in the sleepy hamlet of Penmon near Beaumaris, Anglesey. 2 dogs welcome.
  • This Anglesey holiday cottage is furnished in an uncluttered, tasteful style with a large stone fireplace in the lounge with a wood-burning stove and an en-suite ground floor bedroom.
  • French doors lead from the living/dining room out on to a patio area with fine views over a woodland clearing and Menai Strait to Snowdonia beyond.
  • The award winning sand and pebbled beach and café at Penmon Point with its ruined 13th century Augustinian Priory and Penmon Lighthouse also known as Trwyn Du Lighthouse are within an easy walk and lots of other activities locally include walking, sailing, fishing and golf. Dogs are welcome all year round.
  • Recommended by The Daily Post 19th Feb 2016 as a unique and unusual North Wales holidays cottage.
Quality cottage near Beaumaris
  • Do visit the historic medieval town of Beaumaris 4 miles away5 with it's moated castle, excellent shops, restaurants and tea rooms - take a walk along the pier to enjoy spectacular views of Menai Strait and Snowdonia.
Starider Boat Trips 4 miles from Anglesey holiday cottage near Penmon Beach
  • Leave from the pier at Beaumaris. Choose a leisurely cruise to see abundant marine wildlife and glorious scenery or try your hand at fishing with the help of an experienced skipper.
Plas Newydd (N.T.)
  • Sumptuous interiors, lovely gardens, a tree house for children to play in and boat trips from Beaumaris sail along the Strait and under the two mighty bridges which span Menai Strait.
Kyfin Williams Gallery Llangefni
  • At Llangefni visit an exhibition of work by celebrated Welsh artist the late Kyfyn Williams who was inspired by rural characters and their way of life.
Llanddona Beach
  • Set against a lush green backdrop is a bit of an adventure to get to but its natural, long and spacious haven is ideal for family fun, a dip in the sea, windsurfing, kite-surfing and quality sea-fishing. Dogs are welcome on Llanddona beach all year round but in a designated area only during summer months.
Anglesey Coast 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'
  • Most of Anglesey's coast, dotted with sandy beaches and coves, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the rugged scenery, teeming with bird life, can be enjoyed from the Coastal Path and the long sandy beach at Llanddona and beaches at Red Wharf Bay and Benllech all within a short drive of this cottage for holidays near Beaumaris, Anglesey.
Anglesey's Circular Coast Road A5052
  • Do you enjoy driving? The A5025 circles most of Anglesey's coast. There are many lovely beaches on route. From Beaumaris to Amlwch on the east do visit Red Wharf Bay, Benllech, Traeth Bychan. And Porth Eilian. Many Anglesey beaches welcome dogs all year round but some in designated areas only during summer months.
Fishing & Coaching Guides Bangor
  • If you would like to try your hand at fishing for the first time Fishing Coaching & Guides based at Bangor may be able to help you. You can choose from sea, game and coarse fishing.
Walk Anglesey's Coast Path near holiday cottage
  • Anglesey's coast path stretches 123 miles around the magnificent coastline very nearly making a complete loop. Enjoy the spectacular coastal views and wildlife on route. Dogs welcome.
Menai Suspension Bridge & Bridges Exhibition
  • The world's first major iron suspension bridge was built and completed in 1826 by Thomas Telford to improve links between Anglesey and mainland Wales. Britannia Bridge was built by George Stepenhenson with his son Robert as chief engineer to carry trains. A Bridges Exhibition can be seen at the Canolfan Thomas Telford Community & Education Centre in the village of Menai Bridge.
Bodafan Mountain
  • Bodafan Mountain is actually a hill but it is the highest point in Anglesey. A walk to the top is easy from where a small lake can be seen. To the east of the hill is an iron age earthwork and to the north east are several ancient sites.
Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynseincyn
  • Visit Wales' largest marine aquarium with over 150 species in carefully recreated coastline. Children will love the Bone Free Zone, Big Fish Forest, Shark Pool and Shipwreck.
Anglesey holiday cottage near Penmon Beach Dog friendly
  • There is much to see and do near this dog friendly Anglesey cottage for holidays. Anglesey's circular road A5052 will provide fine coastal scenery and miles of quiet country motoring free from heavy traffic referred to by an elderly regular visitor as '1950's driving'.


3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 en-suite (walk in shower, washbasin, toilet) bedroom with king size bed on ground floor, 2 twins on 1st floor (both with sloping ceilings and velux windows)

Towels provided

Bathroom on ground floor, corner bath with shower over, toilet, wash basin.

Kitchen well appointed fully fitted with split level electric fan oven and radiant hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine.

Lounge/dining room stone inglenook fireplace with multifuel stove, 2 x 3 seater sofas, flat screen Freeview digital tv/dvd/cd ,stereo system. Dining table and chairs seating 6.

Fuel central heating inclusive May - September £40 per week outside these dates, starter pack of logs.

Grounds good sized enclosed garden with private patios, lawns, garden furniture. Access to woodland clearing beyond - please supervise toddlers here.

2 Dogs welcome @ £25 per week. Sorry no cats.

WiFi Broadband
No smoking inside cottage please

Parking for 3-4 cars



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Customer Reviews

Very impressed with Berwyn, stunning views and fantastic location for a relaxing week. Explored the island which has some great beaches, Penmon Point is a must. Even a day out to Portmeirion (1 hour). Thank you for the welcome and we have enjoyed our stay so much we are sorry to leave, planning our next visit already.

Val and Ken, Blackpool.

The cottage is just gorgeous and we have had a wonderful time. It is in a lovely location and the views are spectacular. The little touches were very thoughtful and we were grateful for the wine, biscuits etc. The cottage is clean and feels very homely, making our stay special. We are already planning our next trip, would also like to recommend the PierHouse in Beaumaris to all your guests. You can take dogs there. Thank you so much. xx

Shorrock family

We stayed at this lovely cottage the first week of October and it was the best cottage that we have stayed in to date (there have been a few). The cottage was spotless, and we had everything that we required and more! Lots of thought had been given to make everyone's stay enjoyable. This cottage I believe would suit just about everyone. It is spacious and warm, beautiful location with stunning views on a wonderful island (our first visit to Anglesey). The garden is a child's adventure taking in a wooded area for exploration (accompanied). Plenty of places to visit without even going off the island. Regrets....Did not have a cool enough evening to light the big wood burner ( weather was very kind to us). Sadly we lost our little dog 2 weeks prior to our holiday ...she would have loved it. Thank you for an amazing holiday.

Kinsley party

What a lovely cottage! The boys loved their room in the roof and we appreciated the smaller details that made our stay easier ( eg. pots for left over food, painting set, brilliant idea). This is a beautiful spot . Thank you. P.S. Replacing the TV in less than 24 hours when it started to break down , amazing!

Helen and Paul, St Albans.

Absolutely amazing time. Weather gorgeous. Scenery, location, perfect! Must be honest and say that I always prefer to be on holiday in a home rather than a hotel. This one is the cleanest and most tastefully decorated place I've ever stayed! Thank you for everything you provided.

Wendy and Rick. Florida.

Lovely cottage, had everything we needed, our dogs loved it here too. Perfect for a long relaxing weekend, so quiet and peaceful with fantastic views. Thank you for a lovely stay. One of the nicest and well equipped cottages we have stayed in on Anglesey.

The Smith family. Yorkshire .

Loved the cottage and setting. Great local walks including breathtaking views from the footpath 100 yards up the road on the right (up steps). Weather a little unkind including gales, but hey we are British!..So many nice places to listen to the sea just down the road, including to the Point.

Clive and Pam.

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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes