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What a lovely place this is and I never tire of returning here ….. the beach is clean and good for doing games , sandcastles , swimming or just laying there soaking up those rays. This is what I call a safe beach for children...More
I visited here to relive some of my youth as I used to work here in the late 80s,can’t believe how a place can change so much it’s a crying shame we don’t support these small seaside towns enough,we need to do more or soon...More
Unfortunately the tide was in when we arrived, but the harbour was nice enough, but nothing special. Not much open in the town. The pub had no food on as the chef was off. Pretty dead on the main street.
We have driven past Cemaes Bay so many times over the years while on our way elsewhere. At last we turned off the main road for a look and so glad we did. High tide meant very little beach but the harbour and a lovely...More
The beach provides a beautiful sunset and is a great place to relax or go for a stroll. It allows dogs which seems to be dog route, popular to the locals. The car park is easy to access and is only £2 for the whole...More
A good old-fashioned family beach with no funfair or other trivial facilities. Access by car close to the sand with a ramp and stairs available. Cemaes Bay is small, attractive and traditional. Don't go there if you want a noisy and costly destination. Bars, shops...More
This is a place of natural beauty, we stayed not far from the bay and went back most evenings for a walk. There are places you can go rock pooling if the tide is out, the kids loved being there and exploring! I would recommend...More
We stayed here in a cottage for a week and enjoyed it greatly not least because of the good weather we enjoyed. A quiet little place with a Main Street, cafe , chip shop, a mini market store plus a few more... two car parks,...More