Swyn y Gwynt Holiday cottage Bangor Wales

Swyn y Gwynt Bangor

69 Beach Road
United Kingdom

3 Star Award
This Holiday Cottages /Apartments sleeps up to 6 persons
over 2 Bedrooms
With 1 Bathroom

This property is at an elevation of approximately 22 feet / 6.8 metres above sea level

Nearby Beaches

Port Penrhyn Beach
Near Bangor - a shingle and rocky composition 0.1 miles away. Good parking several small car parks along Beach road. Port Penrhyn as the name suggests is a small port which is in view from the beach for fishing boats and smaller cargo ships. Originally created yo ship out the vast amounts of slate from the region. The beach though is somewhat rocky strewn and not particularly sandy
St. Georges Pier Menai Bridge Beach
Near Menai Bridge - a muddy and rocky composition 2.0 miles away. A pier under the Suspension Bridge, not suitable for swimming but has interesting walks and can be used for fishing
Beaumaris Beach
Near Beaumaris - a sandy shingle and muddy composition 2.3 miles away.
Lleiniog Beach
Near Beaumaris - a sandy and shingle composition 4.5 miles away. A long sandy beach with some shingle north east of Beaumaris overlooking the Menai Straits in an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). There is a car park at the head of the beach though no other amenities close by

Facilities at the Cottage

Woodburner or Open Fire Woodburner /Open Fire
TV in Room TV
DVD Player DVD or Blueray Player
Baby's Welcome Babys Welcome
Children Welcome Children Welcome
Cot and/or Highchair available Cot or Highchair
Dogs Welcome Dogs Welcome
WiFi Available WiFi
Games Room Games Room

Kitchen Appliances
Kettle Kettle
Toaster Toaster
Microwave Microwave
Cooker Cooker
Washing Machine Washing Machine
Dishwasher Dishwasher
tumble dryer Tumble Dryer
fridge Fridge

Garden Garden
Patio Table Garden Furniture
Sea Views Sea View

Facilities Nearby
Shop Nearby Shop Nearby
Bar / Pub nearby Bar / Pub
Fishing Nearby Fishing
Walking countryside Walking countryside
Cycling countryside Cycling countryside


Holiday Cottage Travel & Directions Hub
Distances are direct straight line
...International Airports
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool Merseyside
L24 1YD
52.7 miles
Manchester Airport
Ringway Greater Manchester
M90 1QX
76.8 miles

... Local Airports
Caernarfon Airport
Caernarfon Gwynedd
LL54 5TP
12.9 miles
Anglesey Airport
Llanfair yn Neubwll Isle of Anglesey
LL65 3NX
17.2 miles

... Motorways
M53 Junction 2
West Kirby,Moreton
44.1 miles
M53 Junction 1
Birkenhead, New Brighton, Wallasey
44.9 miles
M53 Junction 4
Bebington, Bromborough, Clatterbridge, Neston
45.9 miles

... Railway Stations
Bangor (Gwynedd)
station code = BNG
LL57 1LZ
0.9 miles
station code = LPG
LL61 5UJ
3.8 miles

... Ferry Ports
Port of Holyhead sailing to ->
Dublin (IE)
LL65 1DJ
21.7 miles
Barmouth Ferry sailing to ->
Fairbourne Point
LL42 1HB
35.6 miles

Local Attractions

Attractions & places to see nearby

Bangor Garth Pier
A long Pier projecting out into the Menai Straits - wonderfull views of Anglesey, the Menai Bridge and the Menai Coastline and as far as Llandudno
0.3m / 0.5km - - Walking time 5 minutes walk

Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens
Gardens and tea rooms on the Isle of Anglesey, set over 3 different gardens with tea room for light meals and drinks
1.7m / 2.7km - - Walking time 26 minutes walk

Bangor Mountain
A large hill at 117 metres rather than a mountain, an imposing hilside prominent over the city of Bangor
heightElevation = 117 Meters / 383.9 Feet
0.4m / 0.6km - - Walking time 6 minutes walk

Baron Hill Golf Club
1.7m / 2.7km - - Walking time 26 minutes walk

Bangor University
Bangor University very close to the town centre in North Wales
0.5m / 0.8km - - Walking time 8 minutes walk

Menai Heritage - Exhibition
2m / 3.2km - - Walking time 30 minutes walk

Bangor Cathedral
An ancient place of worship with records dating back to the 6th century with subsequent re-builds and is the 2nd oldest Cathedral in Britain.
0.6m / 1km - - Walking time 9 minutes walk

Menai Suspension Bridge
The fist bridge to be build linking the mainland with Anglesey in 1826 designed by Thomas Telford made from wrought Iron and stone at 417 metres (1368 feet) in length. Due to the age of the bridge, the requirement was to allow tall sailing ships to pass under as part of its design .. Due to its historic significance the bridge is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site
2m / 3.2km - - Walking time 30 minutes walk

Penrhyn Castle
Owned by the National Trust, Penrhyn Castle is located just a little east of Bangor North Wales, A 19th-century fantasy castle, with so much to see and do with unique architecture and interiors and even a railway museum.
1.3m / 2.1km - - Walking time 19 minutes walk

Church Island
A small island in the Menai Straits
2.3m / 3.7km - - Walking time 34 minutes walk

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