Trearddur Bay

Trearddur Bay Breaks
A truly beautiful rocky coastline, indented with pretty coves and sandy beaches

Holiday Apartments

Beach Court Apartments

Self Catering
Short Breaks Available
Non Smoking
Pets By Arrangement
Credit Cards Accepted

trearddur bay

Pricing From
  w/e 1 wk
1 Bedroom £130 £180
2 Bedroom £175 £250
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Trearddur View
Lon St Ffraid
Trearddur Bay
LL65 2YR
United Kingdom

Tel: 01407 860 657
Mob: 07970 588 505

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Things to Do

Trearddur Bay is another of Wales' most popular locations for holidays and short breaks, catering for a variety of tastes.

Trearddur Bay's activities are diverse, offering some great watersports including surfing and diving around the coast. Superb family beaches or hidden cove beaches abound, plus for outdoor leisure Angelsey offers excellent choice from fishing to horse riding. Not forgetting families, Anglesey does family attractions well with model villages, marine aquariums, farm play parks and butterfly parks to mention a few. Beaumaris Castle is a must view spectacular Welsh Castle, and Anglesey Golf choice isn't half bad too!

Anglesey Oyster & Welsh Festival 10 - 12 Oct 2008
Anglesey is proud to host an annual Oyster and Welsh Produce Festival. This year sees the 11th festival take place but it was a very different event in the early years. It used to be an informal social event whereby vast amounts of local oysters and alcohol were consumed - served with a strong music, singing and a Welsh and Irish dance offer.
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Short Breaks

Top five beaches  (in TBHHs humble opinion!!)

Main beach Trearddur Bay...perfect for little ones, shallow, safe, sandy with lots of rockpools and crabs for added interest factor.

Porthdafarch.....a stunning little cove providing a dramatic backdrop for your day, also has facilities and refreshments. Popular with kayakers and bathers alike.

Broad Beach, Rhosneigr.....a wild windswept haven complete with sand dunes and a little river. Great for intrepid explorers! the beaten track but well worth it, as above but on a much larger scale. Go on a windy day and watch the incredible kite surfing or take a walk round to Llandwyn Island .

Red Wharf Bay...very different landscape from the west and well worth the trip.


Top five kids days out

Greenwood Forest eco friendly fun park set in acres of lovely woodland. A firm fave....but word of warning from one who has suffered, the moon karts are exhausting!

Anglesey Sea Zoo and Foel Farm.....neighbours on the banks of the Menai  Strait, these two are well worth a look. The cafe in the sea zoo is recommended and serves quality food.

Llanberis and the piggery must experience the savage beauty of Snowdonia and where better to do it from a little choo choo train heading round the lake! Round it off with a trip to paint your own pig at the pottery in neighbouring Cwm Y Glo. (a fave day trip with all the local primary schools!)

Dublin Zoo...a winner with the kids for the ferry trip alone! Great way to see the island from the sea too. The zoo  is a short bus ride from the city centre.

Pili Palas......a butterfly Farm ,kids of all ages are entranced by the beauty and variety of these lovely creatures...and not that it ever rains on Anglesey, but it is indoors!!

The surrounding coastline has many wrecks and reefs and is abundant in marine life. We are always happy to advise you on local dive sites.
Trearddur Bay
A natural harbour, Trearrdur Bay offers some exciting coves to fish.  For casting from the rocks or taking a boat out into the Bay,  there are a wide variety of fish available to be caught.

Many companies operate out of nearby Holyhead marina and will take you off for the day around the coasts and exploring the fishing grounds located around the various wrecks off the coast.

Surfing Wales
Anglesey and Trearddur Bay have some of the best surfing sites in Britain with s w swells and waves of up to 10ft at a time. 
Short Breaks
The Anglesey Coastal path for walkers passes close ny and runs all around the island for 125 miles. It can be walked in small sections which are well worth doing.
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Holyhead Golf Course is a challenging heathland 18 hole championship course with some of the best greens to be found anywhere.
North Wales

There is a variety of pubs and restaurants in the area, and several are within walking distance from the apartments.

Trearddur Bay offers a range of possibilities for dining and drinking! The Trearddur Bay hotel offers both standard pub fayre as well as fine dining. The waterfront situated in prime location at the beach front is also suitable for family dining. For a special night out, the food and views at the White Eagle in the neighbouring village of Rhoscolyn are highly recommended.  We eagerly await the opening of new gastro pub “The Seacroft” on Ravenspoint Road in summer 2008.

The Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead offers much to those interested in culture and the arts. Ucheldre is very proud of its children's programme.  There is something for children to see and do during every school holiday - art workshops, puppet shows, textile courses etc.  There is a varied music and drama programme.  Visitors have been delighted by the range of what's on offer - Welsh folk dancing, and traditional Celtic music, outdoor Shakespeare, mime, dance, talks, concerts and shows by well known touring companies and broadcasting personalities! Other attractions include the Ucheldre Kitchen, landscaped gardens with its own amphitheatre and gift shop.
Historical Historical Anglesey
Nowhere is the Anglesey coast line as dramatic as it is around Holy island, with dramatic cliffs, heath land, sparkling blue coves and sandy beaches. You will also come across standing stones giving a glimpse into Anglesey’s ancient and mystical past.  There are sites of Mesolithic history and Roman occupation and many artefacts have been found at these areas.   There are also a number of burial chambers and sites dating from the Neolithic age
Short Breaks Day Trip to Ireland
From as little as £19 you can enjoy a day in Dublin! The Stena Fastcraft departs Holyhead at approx 9am meaning you can be in Dublin City Centre by 11am enjoying a relaxed brunch! The ferry departs Dun Laoghaire at 6pm getting back by 7.30pm well worth the trip to see our close neighbours just over the Irish Sea and even just to get the wonderful views of Anglesey as you depart.

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