Book a good quality holiday home in southwest Anglesey
You might ask, what is the great attraction with Newborourgh Forest and why would you choose that south western part of the Isle of Anglesey as a base for a cottage holiday? The answer is the wildlife. If you are a person keen on nature and would delight in seeing red squirrels in your garden and the thousands of ravens that roost in the forest, then do find a holiday home to rent in southwest Anglesey. The local wildlife will make this an unforgettable holiday. Find a good quality holiday cottage or lodge to rent for a week or more and you will be able to enjoy the trails through the woodlands to your heart’s content.
Good quality holiday accommodation
Each holiday home is carefully prepared for your stay. It will be clean and welcoming – a place where you can live much as you would in your own home. Choose a property that has the facilities that you require, perhaps a washing machine if you do not want to take a suitcase full of dirty laundry back with you. A garden would enhance your stay and you might encounter some of the local wildlife from the comfort of the patio as you relax with afternoon tea.
A tranquil location on Anglesey
Blissful dreamy nights should be in order such a tranquil location. The only noise to disturb will be the morning chorus courtesy of the local songbirds. Rise relaxed and refreshed to begin a new day with perhaps a trip to the beach at Llanddwyn or a gentle country walk. Photographers would adore this place; the scenery is spectacular, especially if you manage to get the Snowdonia mountain range in the background.
A Welsh rural retreat
You could stay tucked away in your holiday cottage near Newborough Forest, with a few good books and a kitchen stocked with your favourite foods and wines. If this sounds heavenly to you, then do look for a secluded holiday cottage away from other people.
Places to visit on holiday in Anglesey
Llanddwyn Island lies just off of the junction of Newborough Beach and the Afon Cefni Estuary each. It is possible to walk across to the island at low tide. This could be an exciting thing to do with children which illustrates the rise and fall of the tides and deadlines.