Holiday Home in Anglesey

Gwendon Holiday Home Isle of Anglesey

Within walking distance to the historic town of Amlwch
Late Availability / Special Offers
For the low season, excluding Christmas/New Year until Feb half term, we're offering flexible 2-night stays for £295 mid-week and £350 weekend, with arrivals any day apart from Sunday.

Welcome to Gwendon, our Holiday Home in Anglesey - a Scandi-inspired stylish contemporary 3-bedroom detached bungalow in a semi-rural peaceful setting.

Boasting magnificent views of the Irish Sea to the front and views over Bull Bay from the garden top patio, the cottage provides a quiet luxury retreat to get away from it all, yet only a stroll away from the Anglesey Coastal Path, with access to a stunning small sandy cove at low tide, with tropical coloured waters.

At a glance:
* 3 night weekends / 4 night weekdays (min 7 nights in peak seasons, flexible in low season)
* Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms.
* Pet-friendly - we accept 2 well-behaved dogs. More by agreement.
* Large enclosed south-facing beautiful garden.
* Free WiFi
* Off-road parking for 2/3 cars
* EV charging point.

Why Stay Here?
Offering breathtaking sea views in a peaceful quiet cul-de-sac yet within easy access to the town & port's shops, bars & restaurants, you'll feel right at home in this spacious Scandi-inspired setting.

We love dogs and have two of our own, so we welcome a couple of well-behaved dogs (contact us if you have more than two pets or large animals and we'll try our best to accommodate).

The coastal path is a stone's throw away, with lovely walks straight from the door. Own an electric vehicle? We've got you covered, with a Type 2 7kWh EV charger.

Book a stay at Gwendon Holiday Home and enjoy all that Anglesey has to offer.

Find us at: 5 Craig Ddu Estate, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey, LL68 9EH
Gwendon Holiday Home Anglesey is close to the main A5025, it's ideally situated within 30 - 40 minutes drive to anywhere on this beautiful Isle, making it an ideal base to explore Anglesey and North Wales.

We're a stone's throw from the coastal path and a 6-minute walk to Traeth Dynion, commonly known as 'The Creek', a historic Amlwch landmark. Check out our drone footage to get a sense of this fabulous location and stunning scenery.

Accommodation Amenities
  • Barbeque
  • Children Welcome
  • Dog Friendly
  • EV Chargers
  • Off Road Parking
  • Sea/Lake/Loch View
  • Shower
  • Sleeps up to 6
  • Sun Terrace/Patio/Decking
  • TV
  • Well Equipped Kitchen
  • WiFi

Things To Do Nearby

Town: Neuadd
Open: All Year

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Town: Rhosmeirch
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Oriel M?n is the premier Museum and Art Gallery on Anglesey and one of the largest Arts and Culture venues in North Wales. Showing over 20 different exhibitions a y...


Town: Holyhead
Open: All Year
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Town: Abergwyngregyn
Open: All Year
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