Anglesey and it’s magnificent coastline – part 3
This is Part 3 of a three part blog post capturing our recent break in Anglesey.
I wrote in the introduction to Part 1 that we have stayed in Anglesey on a number of occasions over the years and have always enjoyed ourselves. This trip was no exception and we also got lucky with the weather. Thankfully the first three days of our trip were blessed with good weather and made a welcome change from the unseasonal weather across much of the UK
We had originally booked this trip for November 2020 but had to re-schedule due to travel restrictions. Thankfully the improved Covid 19 situation allowed us to travel in May without any restrictions at all.
Where did we stay
We stayed at the delightful Honey Cottage and it really was quite excellent. It was peaceful, quiet and well located and just a mile or so up the road from Parrys Mountain and a few miles from the coast at Amlwch.
One of our highlights
I think it’s fair to say that one of the highlights of the trip for us was seeing a pair of stonechats feeding – it really was superb and we were lucky enough to capture a decent series of images that show this, and which you can find in the picture gallery below. The images were captured at Penmon Point, which is always worth a visit for the scenery alone.
Linked blog post
You can see a separate but linked post with a short series of back and white images of ‘anglesey people’ by clicking this link
Clicking on any of the images below will open a picture gallery that you can click or scroll through. Birds featured in this blog post include:stonechat, goldfinch, egret, swans and willow warbler.
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