Doggie walking Cemaes

by Colin

Hi Wil

just want to ask about dog walking at or near Cemaes normal location for us is Holyhead area, but with disabled wife. We love Cemaes, but unable to manage long walks or steep coastal footpaths.

Are there any flattish areas we could just stroll along near Cemaest to walk our dog? We love to Be on Anglesey but even the beach at Newborough was out of bounds last time due to coastal erosion .Do hope you can advise us.

Many thanks

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Apr 11, 2019
Doggie walking at Cemaes
by: William Gerwyn

Dear Colin

Good evening from a very sunny Anglesey this evening. It's a bit chilly, but nonetheless beautiful and growing ever more so now that Spring has gained the upper hand.

Right, Cemaes and walking. For convenience sake let's say that you arrive in the village from the Valley direction and drive through the pretty little village - noting the brilliant Wygyr chip shop on your left near the end of the street - follow the road down to your right, over the bridge and more or less immediately on your left there's a turning down to the beach carpark.

Park facing the quayside and sea and look to your right and you will find a lovely long promenade. If the tide is in and moving about a bit you should hear the large bell on the beach.

I don't know if you are going to be travelling a bit when you're on Anglesey, but I would also recommend Beaumaris for exactly the same reason. There is a long promenade along the front from the pier to the old outdoor swimming pool. The view across the Menai Straits along the Snowdonia mountains at this point is stunning in all weathers, but I hope it will just perfect for all three of you.

I hope that's useful.

I send you all my very best wishes and if you look at the About Me page of Anglesey Hidden Gem there's a picture of me there. So, if you do see me, please come across and say hello.

Take care

William Gerwyn

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