Located just a mile from the town of Beaumaris, on the beautiful Welsh island of Anglesey, is historic Henllys – formerly a Franciscan Friary, now converted into comfortable, stylish cottages and apartments.
Henllys, together with its county-standard 18-hole Golf Course, commands 150 acres of hillside parkland, overlooking Beaumaris Castle, the Menai Strait and, beyond, the spectacular mountain ranges of Snowdonia.
The island of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) covers 276 square miles and is separated from the Welsh mainland by the Menai Strait. Anglesey is rich in history and unrivalled in the diversity of its wildlife habitats – from the great sea cliffs, estuaries, lagoons and dunes along its 125 miles of spectacular coastline (95 per cent of which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), to the lakes, wetlands, heaths and rich farmland of the interior.
If you love to spend your holidays by the seaside, you’re going to have a hard time choosing which beaches out of the 46 to visit. Twenty-six of them have won seaside beach awards, six boast Blue Flags and 14 have Green Flags.