Anglesey Outdoors is on the South West coast of Anglesey, just off the road from Holyhead to Porth Dafarch. A Fantastic location sat within its own 14 acres of ground and only 5 minutes walk from the closest beach.
Choose your level of comfort by staying in the onsite accommodation or bring your own, its your call. Anglesey Outdoors really does have all options covered, a lot more besides too (tried and tested).
The main building can accommodate various group sizes from 1,2,3,5 up to 10 if needed. There are dorm style rooms complete with en suites, if you’re travelling alone there’s an open dorm with bunk beds at minimal cost. Just bring your own sleeping bag and you are sorted.
Spread across the site there are other forms of accommodation such as Cabans, Eco Dens, Yurts and Pods. Moreover there is also room for caravans and tents too, the natural landscape helps offer a bit of seclusion by separating the different parts.
The entire place can be hired out if needed, it happens quite regular by group’s and schools. For a good reason too, Anglesey Outdoors offers a selection of outdoor courses which are available to all.
Coasteering, paddleboarding, rock climbing are all available to anyone one staying or not (for a charge of course). The guides who lead the courses are great, most of which live on the centre year round. Moreover this helps them know the local area like the back of their hands, which makes them safe hands to be in.
Porth Dafarch is only 5 mins walk away, a safely tucked in cove offering shelter from the wind. Ideal for learning to paddleboard, this also make the area a popular launching spot with Kayakers.
Literally everything you need is onsite to make your stay as comfortable. Drying rooms and showers are right outside to main building should you need them.
After a hard day scouring the sea by kayak or doing a bit of adventurous coastering it’s time to relax. Where better than “The Paddlers Return” a great little onsite bar with indoor and outdoor seating. Beer and generous meals are available at reasonable prices too, a pool table too if you fancy it. The boating theme helps add to the ambiance of the building, you can also learn a lot about the local history from the walls.
There are plenty of things that make Anglesey Outdoors stand out, the staff are definitely the first. From meet and great to general interaction they are amazing, coupled with a fantastic location with everything you need to have a memorable trip. Check them out.
Oh, and if you fancy a dip after all your adventures there is a wood fired hot tub available at £25 per hour. Seating up to 12 there is plenty of room for all the family or group.
Close to Trearddur Bay, South Stack, Holyhead and the only retail park on the island. Yet it still feels your are far from civilisation. Tried and tested?
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