Book a cottage holiday near to the Menai Strait and look forward to a holiday near the waterside and close to the picturesque Isle of Anglesey. The Menai Strait is a body of water which separates mainland Wales with Anglesey. There are two bridges crossing the Menai Strait including the impressive suspension bridge which opened in 1826 and was designed by Thomas Telford. With gorgeous forest green woodlands and imposing mountains providing an elegant and beautiful backdrop against the glassy waters, this area is stunning and a great way to see Anglesey and the surrounding coastal towns and villages that linger by the Menai Strait.
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There is plenty to do around the Menai Strait, including visiting Caernarfon Castle. This castle dates back to the 11th century and is a must-see if in the area due to its impressive structure and grand scale. Sitting by the River Seiont, this stone castle was the centre of the town of Caernarfon and walls were put up around it to mark the boundaries of the settlement. With a history of besieging and falling into disrepair following tensions between the English and Welsh, Caernarfon Castle is a great family day out and is part of the World Heritage Site of the Castles and Towns Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd, making it a great place to see whilst enjoying a self-catering break by the Menai Strait.
The Menai Straits has lots of towns dotted along it, such as Bangor and Beaumaris, and there are plenty of places in which to stay for a relaxing cottage break in this scenic part of Wales.
Book a Menai straits cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Gwynedd on holiday.