Anglesey Outdoor Centre, Porthdafarch Road, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 2LP

Call Penny Hurndall on 01407 769351

Overview

Anglesey Outdoor Centre is an ideal base for groups, individuals or families to explore and enjoy the outdoor playground and mild climate of Anglesey. There are opportunities for adrenalin adventures to gentle relaxation - from coasteering, sea kayaking, climbing, and windsurfing to beach activities, gentle walks and bird watching. Anglesey Outdoors is just a mile from Porthdafarach Beach and the coast path, and only 2km from Sustrans Cycle Route 8. The Centre has four self contained areas each with their own self-catering and bathroom facilities. These can be hired individually or together, ideal for all group sizes and budgets. There are dorms, private and family rooms. Bedding is provided or you can bring your own sleeping bags in the Gogarth dorms. Full catering available and an on-site bar/bistro. The Centre is set in 14 acres of grounds providing plenty of space for groups and individuals. Gear store, ample parking, drying room and free WiFi. Yurts and Cabans also available. This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.

Details

  • Rooms & Beds:

    68: Main Centre 33: 1x7,4x5,1x4,1x2. Maris Annexe 10: 5x2. Ty Pen Annexe 8: 1x4,2x2. Gogarth Dorms 16: 1x7,1x7,1x2.
  • Open:

    All year. 24 hour access.
  • Price per night:

    £12pp (Gogarth Dorms) to £24pp ensuite twin. Ask about sole use.
  • Booking:

    Essential during the peak season and recommended at other times.
  • Directions:

    Arriving at the last roundabout on the A55, take the third exit toward Trearddur Bay. Immediately take the first left turning onto Porthdafarch Rd. Follow for approx 1 mile. Signed on left hand side for Anglesey Outdoors & Paddlers Return.
  • Public Transport:

    2km from trains and ferry at Holyhead. Regular buses ½ mile.
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks

This accommodation is by the sea, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel' and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Wales Coast Path and the Lon Las Cymru.

It has availability at Easter Holidays, Autumn Half Term, Spring Bank Holiday and Whitsun Half Term and February Half Term.

Facilities

aMixed dormitories
bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rDisabled Access
dBedding provided
gFully heated
mMeals available (with notice)
nBreakfast available (with notice)
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
'Bike/equipment store (lockable)
iDrying room
jShowers
pClothes washing facilities
[WiFi
uWithin 3 miles of NCN

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News & Offers from Anglesey Outdoor Centre

Have you ever tried coasteering?

September 2nd 2019

The rocks around the coastal shores become a theme park of possibilities!

You dont have to scramble far until you’re away from all noise but the sound of the sloshing waves, which splash their hands in applause when you dive into the depths of the clear ocean blue…

Anglesey is an ideal coasteering and watersports hot spot.

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Culture or Adventure at Anglesey Outdoors?

June 22nd 2019

A short break on Anglesey is never enough time. Whether to go coasteering from the cliffs, explore ancient burial chambers or the coastline by foot or kayak. You’ll need to visit more than once!

Within the 123 mile coastal path around Anglesey, there are adventures and places of interest at nearly every step. The north side of the island is rugged and windswept while the Menai Straits offers shelter and stunning views of Snowdonia.
For adventure seekers Anglesey is a natural outdoor playground with something for everyone all around the coastline. Within 10 minutes from our base near Holyhead we have coasteering, sea level traversing, rock climbing and kayaking.
If however you need to recharge and relax, there are unspoilt beaches, cliff walks and ancient history to discover.
Check our website for accommodation and activity availability

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Anglesey as a Destination

February 20th 2019

Adventure, Culture or Nature – Anglesey has it all

Just  minutes walk from Anglesey Outdoors, Porthdafarch Beach can offer adventure activities for those who can’t sit still, rock pools to mess around in for those with an inquisitive nature or Celtic hut circles and Iron Age hill forts for those who want to investigate the Druid Culture.  At the end of the day its also the perfect location for some of the most beautiful sunsets anywhere.  Check our availability online or ring the office!

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