The Moorings


The Moorings is a ground floor apartment on the edge of the water overlooking Cemaes Bay. Originally the ground floor was part of a house built for a “Sea Captain”. The property has kept many of the original late Edwardian features.

The large shared garden forms part of the sea wall, allowing direct access to the beach. The costal path passes directly outside the garden gates providing great coastal walks in either direction.

Highly rated on TripAdvisor, it has breath taking views from its position on the edge of the idyllic village of Cemaes. Less than 5 minutes walk to the shops, pubs and cafes.

The Moorings provides an ideal base for exploring the area. The large garden provides plenty of space for kayaks, plus storage for bicycles, fishing and beach equipment. For the adventurous there is a small slipway steps away from the gate which provides excellent launching for small sailing dinghy’s and kayaks.

A fantastic location for a family holiday, walking, kayaking, sailing, cycling, birdwatching or fishing. A real versatile location !

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The Moorings

Cemaes Bay, Ynys Mon, LL67 0HB

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Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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