COED COTTAGES is situated in 7.5 acres of beautiful grounds in a gorgeous countryside location, just one mile from Cemaes Bay in Anglesey, North Wales. Sandy sheltered beaches and stunning countryside, golf courses and the coastal path on your doorstep, a range of tourist attractions nearby: Coed Cottages is a great base for a holiday in North Wales all the year round.
You can find Coed Cottages on the outskirts of the picturesque fishing port of Cemaes Bay. Cemaes Bay has won the "Wales in Bloom" several times. Coed Cottages is within easy walking distance to the village shops, which include an award winning Fish and Chip shop, Café, Tearooms, Bakery, Butcher, Art Gallery, Craft shops, Community and Heritage shop, Chemist and Convenience store. Traditional pubs serving real ales and homemade food using locally sourced ingredients. The beer gardens are popular in the summer, and Acoustic evenings held in the pubs during the month. Other attractions include the harbour, two beaches, Anglesey Coastal Path route, The Time and Tide bell on the beach, boat trips, historic Llanbadrig Church, Porthwen redundant Brickworks, and many more miles of paths with breathtaking scenery. (From the roundabout at Cemaes Bay follow the signs for Llanfechell)
"Anglesey’s coastline is both spectacular and diverse."
And ifyou want to get away from it all? No problem. We are on Anglesey’s wildest and most unspoilt stretch of coastline, much of which is cared for by the National Trust. In fact, most of the coastal area is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Spring and summer turn the Isle of Anglesey into a giant rock garden, carpeted with flowers of every hue. Enthusiasts may seek out the rare marsh gentian or pale heath violet – but anyone who strolls or rides through our landscape is free to enjoy the display of colours. If History is your thing, the first evidence of human habitation on Anglesey dates back to the Mesolithic period, in about 7000 BC. And check out the village of Cemaes, just up the road from Coed Cottages -originally a fishing village, it became a centre for shipbuilding and exporting marble and limestone.