From Llys y Graig, guests can walk to Pentraeth, a mile away, where there are shops, a post office and petrol station and various eateries serving food all day. The historic town of Beaumaris with its Castle, Jail, Court, designer shops and quality restaurants is seven miles away. From the water front visitors can enjoy fishing and sailing trips, and there are play areas for children both outdoors and indoors. The attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo, Pili Palas (a butterfly fun centre), Henblas Country Park, Plas Newydd (the National Trust home of the Marquis of Anglesey) and Foel Farm are within half an hours drive and a day trip from Holyhead to Dublin takes just 90 minutes each way. The mountains of Snowdonia, with 15 peaks being over 3000 feet, are within easy distance and the town of Llanberis with its Slate Museum, Electric Mountain tours, boating on the lake and steam train rides to the summit of Snowdon, attracts many visitors. The Welsh Highland Railway provides train journeys from Caernarfon to Porthmadog through some of the most stunning scenery in the world. The Italian town of Portmeirion famous for its pottery and where the television series “The Prisoner” was filmed is only a few miles from Porthmadog and well worth a visit. Llys y Graig is the perfect base for a pet friendly, family self catering holiday where guests require space and proximity to a range of attractions.