Looking for romantic hot tub stays Anglesey has lots to choose from, unsure which holiday cottages with hot tubs Anglesey will work best for you, then read on.
With so many cottages in Anglesey with hot tub, you will be spoilt for choice, so check out all of the hot tub cottages Anglesey can provide.
Best Hot Tub Cottages Anglesey Has To Offer
Ty Bach Twt
Resting in the village of Rhostrehwfa, close to Llangefni, is Ty Bach Twt. Downstairs is an open-plan layout with a woodburner and there’s a well-equipped kitchen and dining room.
The bedroom is accessed via a ladder and offers a double bed, while there is also a sofa bed for two additional guests.
Enjoy an outdoor dip in the hot tub, while there is also a trampoline and football net for the little ones to enjoy, and a barbecue and pizza oven for sunny afternoons.
Beudy Tyddyn is a cute cowshed conversion on Anglesey. It is within striking distance of the Snowdonia National Park, the coast and a number of activities and attractions.
There are two bedrooms, consisting of a ground floor twin bedroom with a shower en-suite. The first floor kingsize bedroom has a spacious bathroom with a separate bath and shower.
Outside is an enclosed garden and patio with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and Snowdonia mountain range.
Tan Y Barn Cottage
This barn conversion is located in the village of Brynteg close to the coastline, only two miles from the seaside haven of Benllech.
Inside is an open-plan living area, divided into a comfortable lounge and a kitchen with a modern dining table, which seats up to six people.
Open up the French doors and relax on the patio or even better, spend an hour or two in the hot tub. The first bedroom has a king size bed and the twin room is equally as charming, tucked away beneath a sloped ceiling.
Ysbryd y Mynydd
You will enjoy wonderful views from Ysbryd y Mynydd, perched on the headland near South Stack. Patio doors open onto the terrace and enclosed garden.
Bedrooms are on the ground floor and both are en-suite double bedrooms with king size beds. Set on the decking is a lovely hot tub for you to enjoy.
This stone cottage with a hot tub, is located on the edge of the village of Llangaffo, close to the beaches and red squirrel forests of Newborough.
Upstairs are two beautifully styled bedrooms offering a cosy master bedroom with king-size bed, and coastal-themed twin room ideal for children or adults .
Outside the pretty front garden invites you out and the rear garden offers a fantastic tranquil area to sit and relax in peace and sunshine, before stepping into the bubbling hot tub.
Tyn Towyn – The Stables
Located in the seaside town of Trearddur Bay, The Stables offers modern living just a short walk to the beach, shops and restaurants.
If you don’t want to venture out too far there is a hot tub in the garden to enjoy. On the ground floor is a twin bedroom with fitted wardrobes and TV.
Upstairs has a super king bed with a view out to sea.
1 The Old Smithy
This wonderful holiday cottage is situated in Cemaes Bay, a short walk from a Blue Flag Beach. It has a large kitchen and a comfy sitting room where you can relax with some TV after a busy day.
There is a family bathroom on the ground floor and a shower room upstairs, along with two wonderful, spacious double bedrooms.Dine outside or relax on the patio or watch the stars in the hot tub.
Gamekeepers cottage is located on the outskirts of Bryngwran on the Rhosneigr Country Plas Estate. Sleeping four guests in two bedrooms.
Gamekeepers boasts king-size zip/link beds, which can be twin rooms on request, catering to your group’s needs, as well as having elegant interior and plenty of storage for your things.
Outdoors there is a hot tub for everybody to enjoy.
This single level lodge is set in the beautiful rural location of Llaneilian, with easy access to the coast near Amlwch in North Wales, and is the perfect family retreat.
The property is set over 5 acres of meadow surroundings and is accessed up a private road. The property has two bedrooms, one master bedroom which has en-suite facilities and a spacious walk-in like wardrobe, one twin, as well as a family bathroom.
To the outside of the lodge, decking wraps around the property and with glass panels surrounding the perimeter, it allows for uninterrupted, spectacular views.
This spacious, two bedroomed holiday cottage has a large open plan living and dining area with a wood burner, two bathrooms and a hot tub.
Adjoining the owner’s Victorian house, it is situated in the garden and overlooks the Menai Straits.
The cottage makes an ideal base for exploring Anglesey, and some of its most beautiful beaches are within a 20-minute drive.
Enjoying a beautiful rural setting, on the owner’s 24-acre smallholding, this cottage and detached lodge both enjoy their own private hot tubs.
Benllech is just 2 miles away. The island offers a fascinating sea zoo, historic Beaumaris Castle, Plas Newydd (National Trust) and boat rides to watch puffins.
More active types will delight in the myriad of exhilarating outdoor activities available in the nearby Snowdonia National Park.
This stable conversion is the perfect retreat for couples or small families, located in the hamlet of Bodorgan in a countryside setting, beside the owner’s home.
It is set just 5 minutes away from the Malltraeth Estuary, Newborough Forest and Llanddwyn Beach.
On a summer evening make use of the private patio area with seating, barbecue, fire pit and of course your own private hot tub, the perfect spot to dine al fresco.
Y Potel Inc
Known locally as the ‘ink pot’, this detached Welsh holiday cottage is constructed of stone under a slate roof, and dates back to the 1700s.
The garden has a private hot tub and has views over fields and woods.
Visitors are welcome to roam the 75-acre grounds and there are many interesting days out including rib rides and fishing trips on the Menai Strait, Beaumaris Castle and Snowdonia National Park.
Anglesey Sea View Cottages
Each cottage at Anglesey Sea View Cottages can sleep up to four people and boasts its own hot tub and are just minutes away from an RSPB reserve.
The cliffs here are a haven for breeding seabird colonies and puffins, whilst the sea below is home to grey seals. The bustling port of Holyhead, for day trips to Ireland, is a short drive. Golf, fishing, sailing, pony trekking and the Snowdonia National.
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