Named after the church which is visible from the sea here – Llanrhuddlad Church, to be precise, which commands an imposing presence from the top of the headland – this bay is home to a lovely example of a North Wales beach.
The beach itself is both sandy and pebbly, offering up some great opportunities for exploration and even a little bit of rock pooling. Facilities here are good, too, with public toilets, a café, a slipway and disabled facilities all nearby, but one of the main attractions would have to be the restaurant, which is famous for its lobster dishes.
There are great opportunities for fishing, and with the high quality of water (the beach has been recognised with both the Marine Conservation Society Recommendation and the coveted gold standard that is the Blue Flag Award) it is also the perfect place to enjoy a spot of swimming and diving in the sea.
Even better, the beach is dog friendly. This means that you can bring the dogs at any time of day, all throughout the year. Lovely!
Church Bay, named adter the Llanruddlad Church, is located on the isle of Anglesey - close to Holyhead. Parking is available on the top of the path down to the beach.
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The Isle of Anglesey is a beautiful part of Wales, set apart from the Welsh mainland by the Menai Strait, and it is well worth spending at least a few days on in an effort to see and experience as much of its natural beauty as possible.
This beach, which is found on the Isle of Anglesey, has won a number of awards for its cleanliness and its water quality, including the coveted Green Coast Award and the Marine Conservation Society Recommendation. This lets you know that the beach is a pristine beauty, unspoiled by litter and developments.
Anglesey is chock full of beautiful beaches, and Bull Bay is certainly no exception. This little cove, which is also known as Porth Llechog (“sheltered bay”) to the locals, is overlooked by the town of Amlwch, meaning there are plenty of facilities close at hand, such as a café, pubs, public toilets and plenty of local shops.
When you only need space for 3 people or less then these cottages will suit you. We have a range of such properties across North Wales.
All of these cottages accept pets so all the family can come on holiday together. North Wales is a great place for dogs with plenty of open space if needed. There's no extra charge either!
Anglesey is always a favourite with holiday makers with it's many beaches (it is an island!) and beautiful countryside. Enjoy walks and bicycle rides in Newborough Forest, spend time at the Sea Zoo or visit the town of Beaumaris with it's castle, promenade and the Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour. Stay in a cottage on Anglesey.