Our holiday cottages by Menai Strait, with gorgeous views, are available for those looking to stay in North Wales. Located close to the town of Bangor, the Menai Strait is a narrow stretch of water that separates the island of Anglesey from Wales' mainland.
Visitors to the area can stay in a range of beautiful and stylish homes, some of which come complete with luxury furnishings such as hot tubs and log fires. Choose from a selection of modern barn conversions; quintessentially traditional cottages; lavish country homes; townhouses or great apartments to be the base of your North Wales adventure. We pride ourselves on providing holiday accommodation to suit all tastes and requirements, and we even have a wide selection of wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly holiday cottages. Whether you're looking for a romantic get-away, a family break or a group holiday; our holiday cottages can cater to your needs, sleeping parties of two and upwards.
Guide to The Menai Bridge and Strait
Our Menai Bridge and Strait holiday cottages are located close to the Menai Strait, a 25km long stretch of shallow tidal water that separates the popular seaside resort of Anglesey to the mainland of Wales. These areas of land have been connected by the Menai Bridge for centuries, with the Menai Suspension Bridge opening on the 30th January 1826 after seven years of construction. The stronger Britannia Bridge later being added, in 1850, to allow for railway traffic across the Strait. Visitors to the Menai Strait can leisurely enjoy sailing pursuits. Keen sailors should visit during the Menai Strait Regatta, consisting of two weeks of races, competitions and fun-filled events, that takes place during the summer months.