Unorthodox Paradox prides itself on finding beautiful and unusual locations that will both complement and enhance whatever is going on…and we think we’ve come up trumps again! Caerau is located in a remote location to the north of Anglesey, an area of outstanding natural beauty, only 10 minutes walk from the stunning Welsh coastline – and a fantastic beach with clear blue sea. In fact there are numerous secluded coves and bays within comfortable walking distance. It is a truly idyllic location, surrounded on all sides by nature’s glory and areas of deep historical interest – absolutely perfect to host a weekend of paradoxical surprises.

Anglesey is an area steeped in a rich and unusual history, having one of the largest concentrations of ancient sacred sites per square mile of any other part of Britain. Most notable are numerous links with the druids – in the wise words of Spinal Tap:

“In ancient times,
Hundreds of years before the dawn of history
Lived a strange race of people, the Druids
No one knows who they were or what they were doing
But their legacy remains”

There is certainly much to discover and many beautiful places to explore, so bring your walking boots and your swimming trunks / costume / bikini…you are encouraged to venture off site during the day to investigate the area, before returning to enjoy the evening’s entertainment and merriment!