Restaurants and Pubs on Anglesey



Looking for restaurants or pubs for lunch after an exciting morning on the beach or in the sea?

Or perhaps a day of exploring the island has given you a great appetite for dinner.
Our island has a historic reputation for producing good food, so you’re in the right place to relax and enjoy an excellent meal.

With a mild climate and quality soil, no wonder our farms can produce great food for you to enjoy.



No matter which part of the island you’re staying on, there’s a wide choice of good places to eat to suit all tastes.

Whether you are on the coast or a little inland, experience a quality meal in pleasant surroundings.
List of Places to Eat on Anglesey
The Ship Inn

This pub and restaurant is in a beautiful location with great views out onto Red Wharf Bay. Built in the 18th Century the Ship is recommended in many food guides and apart from the quality food it is full of nautical character. Try the smoked salmon and cream cheese on wholemeal bread with a glass of red wine!

Upstairs there is a restaurant which opens on Friday and Saturday evenings, and for Sunday lunch. T: (01248) 852568

Trearddur Bay Hotel

On the western side of Anglesey, an excellent location overlooking Trearddur Bay, this is a great place to enjoy a meal after a day out on the island. It has a hundred cover restaurant with a good reputation and a quality bistro with two bars.

The hotel has recently opened a new conference centre with an upstairs restaurant affording spectacular views of the bay. I enjoyed a great meal here just after the official opening of this new extension.

T: (01407) 860301

Treysgawen Country House Hotel

Built in 1882 and open as a hotel in 1990, this stone country mansion has been extensively refurbished in the Victorian period style, and is recommended in leading food and hotel guides.

You can choose to dine either in the hotel restaurant or in the bistro and wine bar which forms part of the recently built spa.

A central island location, you will find Treysgawen Hall just off the B5111 road between Llangefni and Llanerchymedd.

T: (0871) 995 8280






Other restaurants:

Gadlys Country House, Cemaes Bay; T: (01407) 710227

Hafod Country House, Cemaes Bay; T: (01407) 710500

Woburn Hill Hotel, Cemaes Bay; T: (01407) 711388

The Lobster Pot, Church Bay; T: (01407) 730588

Foel Farm Park, Brynsiencyn; T: (01248) 430646

Nant yr Odyn, Llangefni; T: (01248) 7233354

Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn, Beaumaris; T: (01248) 810329

Lastra Farm Hotel,Amlwch;T: (01407) 830906


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