There are several mooring options in this large bay. The obvious spot is on the jetty that was previously used by the ferries. You can go side to on either side or bows or stern to off the end.
There is another pier at the north end of the bay where you can go bows or stern to, or alongside if it’s quiet. It’s a bit of a walk in to the village from here however.
The other options are to anchor either off the beach, at the north end of the bay, or behind the headland in the south east corner.
In theory, between these options you have shelter from pretty much any direction. That does however assume that there’s no one else in the bay competing for the above spaces!
In reality, there’s often some swell in to the bay at the best of times, and if the winds are strong and have any element of east in them, you are best avoiding the place and returning when the conditions are better.