Ingledene Bach , Anglesey

Ingledene Bach
Ingledene
Ravenspoint Road
Trearddur Bay, Holyhead
Anglesey
LL65 2YU
Tel : 01407 861026
Website : http://www.ingledene.co.uk/cottage.htm

Accreditations : Independent
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Specialist breaks : Child Friendly, Seaside Accommodation, Water Sports

Rate low season : £175 PW

Rate high season : £495 PW

Credit cards accepted ? : N
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About Ingledene Bach - Self Catering Cottage Holidays


“Ingledene Bach”. Originally the servants’ quarters, the cottage is light and airy and although it has no direct sea views, is still close to the beach and provides the perfect base for a traditional seaside holiday.

ACCOMMODATION
Fully fitted kitchen with fridge/freezer, dishwasher, automatic washing machine, electric cooker and combination microwave.

Dining area with pine table and chairs, electric radiator.

Sitting room with colour TV and video, hi-fi, solid fuel roomheater, back-up electric heating.

Bathroom with shower over bath and permanently heated towel rail.

Double bedroom, washbasin and fitted wardrobe.

Children’s room with pine bunk beds and bed settee for a third child if necessary.

Outside there is parking and room for boats. Visitors have access to all the garden and many like to sit in the front garden and enjoy the views over Trearddur Bay.

PRICES
Low Season £175 to £275 PW
High Season: £325 to £495 PW
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.

Ingledene Bach Facilities

Dishwasher
Microwave
Washing machine
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Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
Ensuite facilities
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TV
DVD
Sky TV
WiFi
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Towels provided
Bed linen provided
Disabled access
Ground floor bedrooms
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Children welcome
High Chair
Baby Cot
Pets welcome
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Parking
Swimming pool
Sauna / hot tub
Tennis court
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Garden
BBQ
Beaches nearby
Pub nearby
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Places To Visit

Situated on the North Wales coast, Anglesey's impressive shoreline attracts visitors all year round with its wide variety of beaches and striking coastline. Trearddur Bay itself is a beautiful sandy beach which provides ample opportunities for watersports enthusiasts and families alike, whilst the surrounding coves provide a quiet retreat.

Much of Anglesey has been d an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Trearddur Bay's main beach was awarded the European Blue Flag in both 2002 and 2003 for the cleanliness of its sand and water. Ingledene itself is only yards away from the beach, affording beautiful views across Anglesey to the Snowdonia mountain range at the rear, as well as stunning sunsets across the bay to Holyhead mountain from the front.

Day trips to Ireland are available from the Port Town of Holyhead only 2 miles away, which can take just 99 minutes with Stena Line or Irish Ferries. Prices start from as little as £10 per person. There is an excellent Maritime Museum in the town and the local arts centre, the Ucheldre Centre, is worth a visit for exhibitions of local arts and crafts as well as concerts and plays. The Ucheldre Kitchen serves a wide range of teas, coffees and homemade cakes.

Fishing, riding and golf facilities are all available in Trearddur Bay and there is a leisure centre in Holyhead. There are restaurants within walking distance serving a wide variety of meals and the local pub is only one hundred yards down the road. In the wider area there are Indian, Chinese and Thai restaurants/takeaways.

Trace the history of the area from the Celtic remains and the ancient hut circles on Holyhead Mountain to the Roman Fort in Holyhead and the remains of the quarry (now incorporated in the Breakwater Park) which provided the stone to build the mile long breakwater which protects the harbour.

For spectacular views (and energetic climbs!) visit the lighthouse at South Stack. Standing on a rocky island just off the coast and approached by steps down the cliffs and a suspension bridge the lighthouse is open to visitors throughout the summer. Even for those who do not venture down the cliffs, a visit to South Stack is worthwhile for the views alone and the variety of bird life to be seen from there and the nearby Ellin's Tower run by the RSPB.

Ingledene Bach provides an excellent base for a beach or water sports holiday, for coastal walks or just visiting the many attractions that the Isle of Anglesey has to offer. For a relaxing holiday far away from the stress and bustle of modern life come to Trearddur Bay on the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales.