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93 Newry Street, Holyhead, LL65 1HU, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
1:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 10 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Established for 21 years, the family-run Valley Hotel, located on the beautiful island of Anglesey. A wide choice of scenic beaches are just 10 minutes away by car.
Score from 218 reviews Good
Situated in the scenic fishing village of Cemaes, Harbour Hotel features rooms with sea views and free on-site parking. The Anglesey coastline and coastal path are just 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel....
Score from 363 reviews Good
Enjoying spectacular panoramic views of the sandy beach and cliffs of Trearddur Bay, this beautiful hotel was recently awarded ‘Best Hotel in Anglesey 2008’ by the Anglesey Tourism Association.
Score from 232 reviews Very good
Clydfan is a 150 year old stone-built farmhouse restored into 2 self-catering apartments, offering superb distant views of the Snowdonia mountain range and the surrounding countryside.
Score from 7 reviews Very good
I recommend the wavecrest b&b .. to any 1 .. I defiantly b going back .. fantastic time there ..
I loved every moment there ...
I believe the proprietor's name was Carl(?). He was very welcoming. Showed me right in and got me squared away. My room was comfortable. It was located up the hill from a great fish and chips place. A shared bathroom with a great shower; that was fine and a full breakfast in the morning included. Holyhead is just a little stop-over town where the ferry lands. Not much to it but, the Wavecrest was a nice little place to stay. Very comfortable.
As I said, Holyhead is just a sleepy little town and if I had it to do over again, I would have just passed through on my way to Llandudno where I spent the next two nights.
I needed to find out the location of an antique fair which I planned to visit on the following day. The lady who greeted me very kindly rang the owner, who was away. He rang back having looked up the fair on the Internet. All very kindly and helpful.
Everything was great.
nice staff turned up 4hours before check in and they had our room done up in a hour great when you have kids lovely breakfast and on street free parking outside door
Staff are very friendly, owner was very helpful. Location good for moving around and visiting elsewhere. Ideal as a base. Comfy and everything you need. Good value for money. Will return in the future.
Friendliness of staff
Very warm and friendly staff. Manager offered excellent information about local places to dine and hand written directions about our drive through Snowdonia to our next port of call. Would love to stay again. Thank you
Not being able to stay longer!
Great host who went out of his way to show me the local scenery. Arranged advance tickets and saved me a fortune. Comfortable with quirky railroad signs.on display. Awesome breakfast.and nice walks close by to burn off the calories!.
Welcome from the owner. Food excellent. Location. Information on the area from owner and in the room. Good value for money. Great fun for railway enthusiasts.
Would not expect a toasted bacon sandwich to be classed as a breakfast expected a full English
The breakfast decor was a bit tired needs updating
Friendly helpful owner.Close to town and the ferry.
located by the sea
The proprietor and staff were very enthusiastic, and friendly, the price was still high for what we received. .
The room was a hike up the stairs. The shower was in the room, the accommodations were old and not well maintained.
We liked the little extra's of biscuits/lollies in the room, just a nice added touch.
The smallness of the bathroom
The name Wavecrest is fitting, because in a row of B&Bs, this one is on the crest of a hill.
Holyhead is mean about displaying street names, so the directions were hard to follow. (There was a map, but my printer was not working.)
Good location. Friendly staff. Excellent cooked breakfast.
Tiny bedroom. Couldn't plug in light over bed, as no room to insert plug. Lots of prints on walls hanging crooked! Creaky bedroom door.
The room was compact but very comfortable.... Karl was a very good host.... He was out to the taxi in the pouring rain to help us with our luggage .... Also recommended very good restaurant for dinner....
Location, very handy for the ferry. Staff are friendly and accomodating.
Friendly helpful proprietor Handy to town, beach Good breakfast Allowed to use dining room for takeaways
Shower was cramped and old and tired Not enough power points
Didn't like anything , one of the worst we have stayed at too much to mention
Good location for the ferry. Good value.
Accommodation dated but comfortable. Family room was very warm as on the top floor so quality of sleep was not great. On street parking only. If you want the cooked breakfast then it is only available from 8.30am which we considered to be very late. Owner was friendly but adamant on timing.
The position was good, close to the harbour and a few restaurants. The host was very friendly.
The accommodation was small, very basic furniture and the shower was minute. never mind the fact that it looks like an afterthought. The rest of the property was untidy and made us doubt the actual cleanliness of the place.
The location was excellent for catching the ferry. The bed was very comfortable and the breakfast very enjoyable.
The space round the bed was extremely cramped. We only took in a one night bag so we managed but there wouldn't have been space for anything else.
Our host drove us to a place we could start our hiking, and guided us part of the way. We had a lovely 2 hour walk in the breathtaking scenery of Wales. The guesthouse was located near a lovely restaurant, and the coastline was a minute away:)
Location was close to food outlets and shops. Free WiFi, friendly staff
Facilities were a bit dated