Choose Quality Anglesey Hotels for Your Island Visit

Finding good hotels for your stay on Anglesey can be difficult. It may depend on what facilities and level of service you expect. Or perhaps where to spend most of your stay on the island is the most important consideration.


Trearddur Bay



Will you be getting here by train or car?

Do you prefer a quiet place in the country or a lovely coastal setting?

We hope to answer these and other questions on your virtual tour of Anglesey.

Our family and friends have stayed at some of these places. We have taken their experiences together with our local knowledge to provide this information.

We hope you find it helpful when you come to planning your stay here.

Stay by the sea at Trearddur Bay



Situated on the western side of the island, this award-winning, quality accommodation is well-positioned for some breathtaking sea views.

With its almost unrivalled postion overlooking the bay, this could be your base to relax and enjoy excellent beaches and bays only a stone's through away.

You will find spacious, high quality bedrooms in this accommodation. The restaurant has a very good reputation for excellent food and a fine selection of wines.

Being so close to the sea, there is an exciting range of fresh, locally caught seafood. You may prefer the less formal Inn at the Bay which has an exciting and creative menu.

And if you don't fancy a swim in the sea, you can instead enjoy the on-site heated indoor pool.

Or if you fancy a round of golf, there is a demanding 18-hole course nearby. The upper gardens within the grounds are quiet and offer excellent views over the Bay.

A relatively recently completed conference centre -with dining facilities- adds a further dimension, and offers a panoramic view over the bay and adjacent coastline.

Staying at Trearddur Bay is also convenient for some of our island's most interesting attractions, including South Stack Lighthouse, the RSPB Birdwatching Centre at Elin's Tower, and sections of the beautiful 125-mile long Coastal Footpath.

If you are planning on travelling to Ireland, then this could be a handy place to stay before you join the Dublin Ferry at the Port of Holyhead.

Directions: Take the A55 across the island until you enter Holyhead. At the first roundabout, take the first exit (sign for Trearddur Bay, B4545).

Leave Holyhead and continue on this road until you come to the bottom of a steep hill in Trearddur.

Turn right opposite the Shell Garage, and then drive parallel with an open playing field for about 200 metres.

Your accommodation is then on your right, opposite the RNLI Lifeboat Station, and across the road from the slipway at Trearddur Bay beach.

A Country House with Modern Spa

A most interesting property situated in the centre of the island, just a few miles north of the county town of Llangefni.

Tre-ysgawen Hall is a sympathetically restored grand Victorian House, built in 1882 for the Pritchard Rayner family.

It has recently been extended to include a well equipped, modern Country Spa. If you want to relax and enjoy a peaceful break in a quiet countryside location, then this hotel may be for you.

Directions: From the A55, take the Llangefni turning (A5114) and continue into the town. Then follow the one-way system and signs for Llanerchymedd (B5111).

Continue out of the town (B5111) and up a steep hill for about one and a half miles. Take the right turning for Capel Coch and follow signs for Tre-Ysgawen Hall Hotel and Spa, which is on the left.





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Other Hotels on Anglesey:

Stay close to the Holyhead Dublin Ferry

Stay here to be within a few minutes walk of the ferry to Ireland

Lastra Farm

Penrhyd, Amlwch; (01407) 830906

Bulkeley Hotel

Georgian style accommodation in Royal Town of Beaumaris; (01248) 810415

The Gadlys

Cemaes Bay; (01407) 710227

The Bull, Convenience for Oriel Art Gallery

Buckley Square, Llangefni

Nant yr Odyn

Turnpike Nant, Llangefni; (01248) 723354

Comfortable Residence Near Beaumaris Castle


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