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Set in Benllech in the Anglesey region, Bungalow33 Benllech has a garden. The 5-star holiday home features sea views and is 23 mi from Holyhead. It’s spotlessly clean. The bungalow is fantastic. It is well equipped and the decoration is mind blowing. It is situated in a super gorgeous area with superb scenery. Major love. Definitely will come again. Really had a good time in Anglesey and had fallen in love with Wales.
Boasting mountain views, Barracuda, Beachside Apartment offers accommodations with a terrace and a kettle, around 1.1 mi from Traeth Bychan Beach. Lovely beach front location. Appartment very cosy, clean and comfortable. The breakfast package was very good. Would definetly stay again.
The Cottage is set in Benllech, 1.7 mi from Benllech Beach, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. This holiday home features a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking. The style and facilities looked brand new, it was very spacious but also cosy.
Located in Benllech, Ein Yfory provides accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. Located 1.7 mi from Benllech Beach, the property features a garden and free private parking. Everything was as described and there were added little features that made it special. Sally was an amazing host and couldn’t do anything more for you.
Set in Benllech, just 1.1 mi from Traeth Bychan Beach, Yr Hen Fanc offers accommodations with free WiFi. The house was lovely everything you need in it clean and all appliances u need nice big dining table for us all to sit down and eat location brilliant, shops close by,close to the beach which was perfect
Avoid the seafood stall top of beach road , we spent £40 on dressed crab to bring home and it was more breadcrumbs than crab , the bistro you get 1 1/2 hours and your asked to leave and there is no social distancing packed in like sardines , ship inn is nice with polite staff the beach is epic wonderful walk
Such a lovely little place with a beautiful beach , which at times you can walk along it to Red Wharf Bay . Some lovely high standard restaurants as well as an amazing chip shop .Our favourite was Pebbles Bistro and The Boat house at Red wharf bay was a close second . Also The Tavern on the Bay had nice food with fantastic views of the bay . The shop next to the beach wasn't expensive and sold , sausage rolls , pasties , ice cream and freshly made sandwiches that came in a box with crisp and salad for about £3 . There there toilets over the road from the beach which were clean in the morning but could get messy later on which the sheer volume of people . There were plenty of express Supermarkets , Tesco , Co op , Spar and nice bakeries . The is a steep hill from the beach to the main road but there is a few lovely cafes and the crab hut on the way up to distract you and a pub at the top ! There seemed to be plenty of camping and caravan parts up the road form the beach , we stayed at The Waters Edge Apartments which were beautiful .
Hers a Lovely beach at Benllech and walks along the coastal area. The Benllech pub was great but could get busy as it seemed to be the only one open during covid times... outside of course. Good shops eg Tesco spar and co op. Lovely butchers in the village selling super meats for the bbq. Great fish and chips shop. Truthfully there’s only a small choice of amenities in Benllech but good enough for a short stay. We liked it because it was friendly safe and chilled. It’s also a great base for sight seeing in Anglesey
Benllech, like the rest of Wales was just emerging from lockdown. The pubs opened outside as the week went on and the beer was good. We ate in the apartment we booked, taking most of our food with us, but there were convenient Tesco and Co-operative stores nearby. The roads down to the beach are quite steep so may be difficult for some. We attempted to do a walk around the large reservoir in Anglesey but all was deserted and overgrown - probably due to lockdown! High spring tides also meant that there were certain areas of the Wales Coastal path which were not accessible when the sea came in.
Benllech is a great location with a fabulous beach and access to the coastal path for walks. The beach is dog friendly with some restrictions between May and September. Benllech has a great selection of shops and cafes including a really good fish and chip shop (The Golden Fry), a small fishmonger with fresh crab and a butcher. There are 3 small supermarkets - Tesco, Co-op and Spar. It is a 'lived in' place with many locals and visitors. Due to Covid restrictions pubs and restaurants were still closed so we couldn't try them but there are a good number to choose from and Beaumaris is only a 15 minute drive away with many more. I would recommend the walk along the coast to Moelfre and the cafe there called Ann's Pantry - best bacon sandwich ever!
Benllech has a wide sandy beach with food cabins and several restaurants, lots for walking opportunities, marked walks, beach’s all around the island and cliff/headland walks, you are never too far from a beach/cove or a busier seaside resort or equally very quiet and historical places to visit. Something for families and couples younger and older, a peaceful island to visit.
The Chalet was lovely and warm well equipped