Discover the Bull Hotel, A 17th Century Character Anglesey Hotel

The Bull Hotel is a former 17th century coaching inn, situated in the central town of Llangefni on Anglesey.

Being centrally located it provides a good base from which to explore all corners of the island, and further afield.

Accredited with 3 stars from the Automobile Association (AA) and 4 starts from the Welsh Tourist Board, the hotel has aimed for high standards and in major 2004 renovation works were completed.

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Access to the hotel is straightforward, as you leave the A55 at junction 6 following signs for Llangefni. Proceed towards the town, passing the industrial park on your right.

When you reach the one way system, follow it all the way round until you face the Town clock and the Bull Hotel is just to your right (at 1 o’clock!).

There is a good free parking facility in the hotel courtyard and it is advisable to book in advance.

From this base you can go west and explore Holyhead (about 13 miles) and the surrounding area on Holy Island, such as Holyhead Breakwater and South Stack.

And if you are adventurous and want to venture further, you can take the Dublin Ferry for a day out in the Irish capital.

The hotel which still retains that 17th century character offers 22 rooms, some of which are on the ground floor in the enclosed courtyard.

All the rooms are non-smoking and en-suite with a bath, shower, toilet and with tea and coffee making facilities and a TV.

For those of you who like to carry your laptop with you, all rooms have a modem for linking up to the Internet which is a free service.

In an attempt to maintain that historic character and feel, the furnishings and dark woods have been carefully chosen.

There is a restaurant – “Bwyty’r Ynys” – for residents along with two licensed bars. A conference facility with seating for up to 50 people is located in the courtyard.

Upon arrival the hotel may ask for pre-authorisation of credit cards, and they accept American Express, Switch, Mastercard, Diners and Visa.




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