Anglesey multi activity accommodation on Holy Island, Wales has many adventurous activities and offers school residentials all in beautiful AONB.
Each with their own style, charm and character our three onsite yurts offer guests a feeling of getting away from it all. Fitted with a central log fire, this Anglesey multi activity accommodation on Holy Island, Wales means you can enjoy some back to basics cooking and be assured you’ll stay toasty warm.
All our yurts have been fully kitted out with everything you’ll need so all you will need to bring is your sense of adventure. Our Holy Island yurt glamping accommodation is dog friendly.
Traeth, sleeps 2 and is ideal for a couple or single traveller, with double bed, kitchenette and all important wood fired stove for cosy nights in.
Llyn, sleeps up to 4 with 2 single beds and 2 futons. Ideal for a family with direct access on to the large grassy areas. With a small kitchen area, decked area with barbeque for alfresco dining and a large wood burning stove for those cooler evenings.
Seren is our premium Yurt sleeping up to 6 people. With mains electricity, separate kitchen hut, alfresco dining area and a wood fired hot tub this is really the ultimate glamping experience. set in its own private secluded clearing, it is ideal for a groups of friends, a family or a romantic getaway from two.
The Anglesey multi activity accommodation on Holy Island, Wales is set in twelve acres of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on Anglesey just. It just a 10 minute walk from Porthdafarch, a blue flag beach and surrounded by spectacular coastlines and breath taking scenery.
A little further along the coastline is a second blue flag beach at Trearddur Bay where you will also find a plethora of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Activities include coasteering, canyoning and kayaking or for those that prefer to stay dry there is rock climbing, sea level traversing and abseiling and so much more, all brought to you by our friendly, expert instructors.
While Holy Island yurt glamping there re plenty of self led activities too. Why not challenge yourself to complete the Anglesey Coastal Path or visit the druid remains on Anglesey - many are within walking distance of our site.