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Holiday Cottages in Newborough Anglesey

Plan a relaxed staycation with our Newborough holiday cottages. Renowned for its vast woodland, stunning Llanddwyn Beach, and island with some of the most iconic views on Anglesey, Newborough impresses all guests – like Oyster’s accommodation. From cosy cottages for couples to large family accommodations, our Newborough cottages offer unforgettable memories and a new side of North Wales.

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Explore Newborough

Situated in the southwest corner of Anglesey, Newborough village is the gateway to the world-famous Llanddwyn Beach and Island. Llanddwyn Island is the home of St Dwynwent, the Welsh patron saint of love, celebrated on the 25th of January. The island also boasts two impressive lighthouses and hidden sandy coves to escape the crowds, so no matter which holiday cottages in Newborough, Anglesey, catch your eye, you’ll have plenty to do and see.

Food & Drink

After a long walk along the beach or through the woods, in the heart of the village is the Squirrel Cafe, where you can grab a warm coffee and a slice of cake. If you fancy something a little more filling, The Codmother serves some of the finest fish and chips. Just a short drive away in Brynsiencyn, you’ll find The Heritage cafe, where you can get a small snack or a larger sandwich.

Things to Do

With over 2000 acres of woodland, sand dunes and beaches, there is nowhere else to go to have hours of fun building dens in the woods or jumping off the dunes. Newborough is home to the Anglesey Park run, which is held most Saturday mornings. The Newborough nature reserve has a fantastic bird hide where you can sit quietly and admire various bird species. Newborough Forest is famous for its red squirrel numbers, so keep your eyes peeled. For something a little different, Tan y Foel is a riding centre where you can gallop along the sand dunes at low tide. Foel Farm offers a fun-filled day out for all the family, with Halen Mon neighbouring it with the Sea Zoo.

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