Cerrig yr Adar
Isle of Anglesey
Outdoor Alternative has purpose-built accommodation designed to provide comfortable year round facilities for groups of up to 36 in 2 adjacent buildings. There are some facilities for people who use wheelchairs.
The accommodation is clean, warm and well ventilated. The beds are comfortable; pillows, duvets, freshly laundered sheet sleeping bags are provided. The buildings are fully centrally heated and have a wash-hand basin in each bedroom. Showers, washrooms and toilets are either en-suite or adjacent to the bedrooms.
There are good sized common rooms which can be used for working, relaxing and socialising. All of the accommodation is open and available throughout the day.
There are also drying facilities, plenty of parking space and a payphone.
The accommodation is set up for use either on a self-catered or catered basis. The kitchens are fully equipped with food storage space including fridge and freezer space.
Committed to sustainability, we are an ethically based business seeking to minimise our impact on the special environment in which we are based.
To find us by road
From the new A55 dual carriageway across the Island leave at Junction 3, signposted Y Fali/Valley, A5;
Follow signs for Y Fali/Valley, continue to the road junction traffic lights.
Turn left for Trearddur (Bay) B4545.
Continue for just over 1 mile, over the new road bridge, straight across the mini roundabout
Take the left turn shortly after the bridge over the Inland Sea at Four Mile Bridge – signposted “Rhoscolyn” and “White Eagle”
After 1.3 miles turn sharp left at the ‘Silver Bay’ sign.
At about 1K/.6mile down this lane look for a large white gate-post appearing in the middle of the road.
Take the unmade track, to the right of the post; the gate says “Private road no cars”
Follow this track 200m, Cerrig yr Adar / Outdoor Alternative is on the left, with large stone gateposts.
You can also download a pdf file of these instructions.
Holyhead (10km) (London direct 4.5 hrs) or, Valley (5km)
Route 23 Holyhead – Rhoscolyn (1km) or,
Route 4/44 Holyhead – Four Mile Bridge (3km)