Fancy a trip in one of our Motorhomes?

Why not travel to Anglesey?

One of our staff members took one of our glamorous motorhomes to Anglesey and shared his experience with us.  Hopefully, this can help you plan your trip. We have also included some points to help you along the process.

Day 1: Arrival and Orientation

Pick Up the Motorhome:

  • At the Easicampers location, you’ll go through the rental process, sign the paperwork, and receive the keys.
    • Easicampers staff will walk you through the motorhome’s features, including how to operate appliances, heating, and water systems.

Travel to Anglesey:

  • Plan your route to Anglesey, taking into consideration traffic and road conditions.
    • Enjoy the drive across the Britannia Bridge, with views of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia.

Arrival at Campsite:

  • Check-in at Tyddyn Isaf Caravan & Camping Site. Set up your motorhome, connect to electric hook-ups, and settle in.
    • Explore the campsite facilities, which may include showers, laundry, and waste disposal points.

Day 2: Coastal Beauty and Historic Charm

Beaumaris Castle:

  • The medieval Beaumaris Castle is known for its concentric design. Take a guided tour to learn about its construction and strategic importance.
    • Walk along the castle walls to enjoy picturesque views of the town and the Menai Strait.

Beaumaris Town:

  • Explore Beaumaris’ charming streets. Visit The Courtyard Shop for local crafts and galleries showcasing local art.
    • Grab lunch at Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn, a historic pub dating back to the 15th century.

Anglesey Sea Zoo:

  • Discover the Anglesey Sea Zoo, home to various marine species. Don’t miss the No Bone Zone and the Seahorse Nursery.

Day 3: Nature and Outdoor Adventures

Newborough Forest and Beach:

  • Begin your day with a drive to Newborough Forest. Follow walking trails through the forest and keep an eye out for red squirrels.
    • Reach Newborough Beach, a vast sandy expanse bordered by dunes.

Llanddwyn Island:

  • Walk along the Blue Flag Llanddwyn Beach to reach Llanddwyn Island. Explore its historic ruins, including the remains of St. Dwynwen’s Church.
    • Capture stunning photos of the Llanddwyn Lighthouse against the backdrop of the sea.

South Stack Cliffs RSPB Reserve:

  • Head to South Stack Cliffs for birdwatching. Join an RSPB-guided tour to see guillemots, razorbills, and possibly puffins nesting on the cliffs.
    • Walk down the steep steps to reach South Stack Lighthouse for spectacular views.

Day 4: Historical Sites and Scenic Delights

Plas Newydd House and Gardens:

  • Visit Plas Newydd House and explore its historic rooms, featuring art and artifacts.
    • Wander through the beautiful gardens, which lead to a viewpoint overlooking the Menai Strait.

Holyhead Breakwater Country Park:

  • Start your day with a visit to Breakwater Country Park. Walk along the breakwater, where you might spot seabirds and seals.

Day 5: Cultural Exploration and Farewell

Menai Suspension Bridge:

  • Take a walk across the Menai Suspension Bridge, which spans the Menai Strait. Marvel at its engineering and enjoy scenic views.

Local Markets:

  • Visit a local farmers’ market, such as the Anglesey Farmers’ Market, to sample regional produce and artisanal goods.

Llynnon Mill:

  • Drive to Llynnon Mill, where you can see the restored windmill in action. Learn about traditional milling processes and the history of the area.

Farewell Dinner:

  • As a farewell, cook a special dinner in your motorhome using locally sourced ingredients or dine at a local restaurant.

Remember, these are just suggested itineraries and activities. Anglesey offers a wealth of attractions and experiences, so feel free to adapt the plan based on your preferences and any additional recommendations you receive from locals or fellow travelers.