Angorfa Cottage is a regular haunt for raven, chough, curlew, redshank, peregrine, heron, cormorant, guillemot, razorbill, fulmar, shearwater and many migrating birds, with the nearby Cemlyn Bay Reserve frequented by waders and bird-spotters. Seals, porpoises and dolphins are often seen off the coast.
The Anglesey Coastal Path passes Angorfa Cottage, which together with inland paths give access to the scenic, megalithic and industrial heritage of Anglesey. Anglesey has a renowned geological structure - Angorfa Cottage itself is built on a system of volcanic intrusions, so the headland together with the Cemaes area is a well known site for geological field studies.
Cemaes Bay is a great place for canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, jet-skiing, and dinghy sailing. Angorfa Cottage has kayaks for use by guests (available free without liability to owners) has its own mooring for fishing, sailing and dive boats (contact the owners for details). There are various local water-sports schools who offer adventure training.
You can fish off the rocks beyond Angorfa Cottage's garden, and all along the local coast. Sport fishing trips run from Cemaes Bay harbour, or bring your own boat!
Bull Bay golf club is only 6 miles away, and with has six more golf courses scattered around Anglesey, don't forget to bring your golf clubs.
Anglesey has four equestrian centres offering riding lessons and guided rides for beginners as well as experienced riders on the spectacular bridal paths and beaches.
The rugged Anglesey coast features challenging ship wrecks, offshore pinnacles and spectacular marine life. The sheltered bays are used by the diving schools to introduce newcomers to this exciting environment. Smaller RIBS can be launched from Cemaes Bay, and there are charter boats and larger launching slips along the coast. Compressed air is available in Holyhead.
The spectacular Anglesey cliffs of South Stack and Gogarth are well known haunts rock climbers. Just round the corner from Cemaes Bay is Craig Badrig featuring 15 routes ranging from 'difficult' to 'extreme' grades - and there are many more listed crags and cliffs around the island.