Isle of Anglesey, North Wales

A Beautiful Location with Something for Everyone

Holidays on Anglesey, North Wales

The North Wales coast has some of the best beaches in the UK, as well as some of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions. St. David’s Park enjoys private access to a sandy beach which has been awarded the coveted “Blue and Yellow Flag”. Coastal destinations such as the imposing South Stack lighthouse off the rugged Holyhead coast and the iconic Menai Strait are only a short drive away. With our seaside location comes the option of boating, fishing, and water sports. This is made particularly easy with our own private slipway and boat park available exclusively to Holiday Home Owners and seasonal tourers. Ireland is also within easy reach with Dublin a couple of hours away via the fast ferry.

The area is also steeped in history; World Heritage Sites such as the medieval castles found in Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Conwy are all within a half hour drive.

As well as the coastline and Irish Sea, the mountain peaks of the Snowdonia National Park also serve as the backdrop to our park. With Snowdonia itself just a stone’s throw away, you’ll never be at a loss for activities to fill your time with. The area has had millions of pounds worth of investment in tourism and adventure destinations over the past couple of years and all are within easy reach.

The Area also boats almost unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities, whether you’re interest in golf, mountain biking, road cycling or hiking; or you are simply wanting to relax, sight-see and enjoy the scenery, you’ll find our location convenient and practical.

Photo Gallery

Browse some stunning photographs of Anglesey and Snowdonia’s scenery and attractions.

Photography credits: © Crown copyright (2016) Visit Wales

"Lodge was beautiful, the site is very clean and well maintained, the Tavern restaurant had very tasty and good quality food!"

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