For peace and tranquility, Anglesey (known by the Welsh as Ynys Mon) is one of the best holiday destinations. It is also a fabulous spot for dolphin sightings.
It’s Britain’s 5th largest island and the largest in Wales.
In the Middle Ages, the island was known as Wales’ breadbasket or ‘Môn Mam Cymru’ (Mother of Wales), literally filling inhabitants’ breadbaskets from its abundantly fertile land.
The cheapest way is to drive. From London, it’ll take you around 5 hours via the A55 North Wales Expressway which links Holyhead with the UK motorway network.
However, the recommended option is to catch a train. There are regular express trains to Holyhead. From London Euston, there is a direct train to Holyhead.
There are many lodging options in Anglesey which you can find on Booking.Com.
Like The Ridge (photo below) which is a privately owned holiday home. It’s ideal for large family stays. With 4 bedrooms, 2 lounges and 3 bathrooms and a fabulous view, you can not go wrong booking The Ridge.