A fabulous cosy romantic retreat for a couple wanting to escape the city. It has a double bed, shower room and a wood burner.
Outside there is a woodfired hot tub, off-road parking for one vehicle and outdoor lighting as you walk up to the property. Anglesey Sea Zoo is nearby and is the largest aquarium in Wales or visit Newborough Nature Reserve with its abundance of wildlife including red squirrels. It also has forests and sand dunes you can enjoy.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £517 – £1,026
This is a brilliant family holiday rental near Trearddur Bay. Facilities include a smart TV in both bedrooms and the lounge, a wood burner and a travel cot available on request if you have small children.
The house is set on a working equestrian farm and outdoor facilities include enclosed gardens, a decking area with a hot tub and a paved patio. There is plenty to do locally, you can visit the Isle of Anglesey Transport Museum or perhaps visit one of the five historic lighthouses located on the island.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £649 – £1,614
A stunning barn conversion close to the village of Cemaes Bay. It’s a perfect place for a group of friends or a large family and has a games room with table football, a smart TV in the lounge and a utility area with a washing machine.
Other great facilities include a lawned garden that has furniture to relax in and a BBQ for some home-cooked food. There’s also a private hot tub and private parking for three cars. Enjoy majestic views along the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £955 – £2,160
This is a beautiful large family friendly home perfect for a big group. It has underfloor heating across the ground floor and in en suite bathrooms, a utility room with a tumble dryer and washing machine, as well as a wine cooler in the kitchen.
There is also EV charging available on site, a garden surrounded by woodland, hot tub and a stream and canoe and paddleboard storage for those who love watersport activities. Located in the Cadnant Valley, you are extremely located close to the 13th-century castle and UNESCO World Heritage Site for a day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,850 – £4,287
A simply exquisite break boasting stunning sea views. Set across two floors, this holiday rental has a lounge and an open fire, balcony, a boot room, a conservatory for relaxing and even a games room to keep the children entertained.
There is ample off-road parking for multiple vehicles, a terrace garden that also boasts a hot tub and multiple patio areas. There is a pebble beach less than 0.3 miles away with easy access. Take a 15-minute walk into Menai Bridge town centre where you can enjoy a selection of restaurants and pubs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1370 – £4519
This is a wonderful cosy countryside break. Ideal for a couple wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, this holiday home has a dining area with a wood burner, a selection of games and books and a highchair and cot available on request if you have young children.
There is an enclosed patio area with garden furniture, a BBQ and a hot tub to relax in. You get access to the owner’s grounds and there is bike storage available. Ty Croes race track is located close by or take a walk along one of the long walks from the property that leads to the coast of Anglesey.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £395 – £1037
A terrific single-storey family friendly rental with natural beauty on its doorstep. It has a well-equipped kitchen, an electric oven and a smart TV in the lounge. There’s wifi throughout and bed linen and towels are included.
In the rear garden which is lawned, there is a hot tub and a chiminea. To the front of the property, there is parking for four vehicles and the local pub and shop are within walking distance. For paintings and photography, head to the Oriel Mon Museum or perhaps take a walk through the Cors Bodeilio National Nature Reserve which has easy access.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £414 – £1132
This is a brilliant holiday accommodation close to Red Wharf Bay. The single-storey property has an open-plan living space, a multi-burning stove in the lounge and an electric fan oven and hob. There is also a wine cooler and dishwasher.
There is private parking for one car, a multi-level garden with fake grass, a sunken hot tub and a terrace with furniture. From this home, you can explore the North Wales coastline, spend a day at Caernarfon Castle or enjoy all that Aber Falls waterfall has to offer.
One of the most popular dog friendly hot tub holidays in Anglesey. The large house has a ground-floor bedroom, sky TV in the lounge and a well-equipped kitchen. There is also a travel cot and highchair available on request.
Outside there is off-road parking for two vehicles, a shared lawn area and a BBQ. It also benefits from wrap-around decking with furniture. Pili Palas Nature World is nearby and a fantastic day out or perhaps take a boat trip over to Dublin and experience the Irish capital in all its glory.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1456 – £4795
Anglesey truly is a majestic destination, from its idyllic coastline with sand dunes to its woodland walks and great attractions, it’s no surprise so many dog owners venture to this part of the world.
You will find wonderful food at local pubs and restaurants, historic castles where you can spend hours learning and the Anglesey Zoo which is certainly a favourite amongst families with children. You also have the fabulous Menai Suspension Bridge which you can walk, cycle or drive over.
We hope you love these dog friendly cottages with hot tubs in Anglesey as much as we do and consider booking in this part of Wales next time you plan a holiday.
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