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In Trearddur Bay, on the stunning coast of the Isle of Anglesey, the Seacroft is a pub restaurant with rooms, offering free Wi-Fi, superb locally sourced food and a cozy traditional bar. There couldn't have been a friendlier, more comfortable place after a long flight and ferry crossing.......when we left in the morning we were rested and ready to enjoy our time in Northern Wales. We liked it so much we wanted to book a night on our return, but it was full. That is not surprising!!! The staff was very helpful, though, and said they'd let us know if there was a cancellation.
Located in Holyhead, The Edinburgh Castle offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a bar. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Very convenient for Holyhead Railway Station and Ferry Terminal. Just across the road. Room was clean, although small. I received help with my suitcase up the (steep) stairs. Good cooked breakfast.
Featuring a garden, South Stack Coastal Retreats is set in Holyhead. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. Couldn’t expect a better place to celebrate my 30th after original plan fell through due to international travel restrictions. Location was perfect with endless hikes all around the cliffs and everybody was unbelievably friendly and kind from the moment we booked until the moment we left. Cannot wait to come back soon!
Applebys Guest House offers accommodations in Holyhead. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms feature a seating area for your convenience. Carol is a lovely lady and I was grateful to be welcomed into her home after traveling all day. I was given the name of a wonderful restaurant in town to eat, the Marina I think, and the whole experience was great!!! I would definitely stay again!!!
Set in Holyhead in the Gwynedd region and Porth Dafarch Beach reachable within 1.7 mi, Coastal Pods offers accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking. Lovely little pod with stunning views. Cosy, comfy, clean. Perfect.
Within a 4-minute walk down to the beach and 5-minute drive to the the ferry port and train station, Crossroads has an open view across the park to Holyhead mountain. Everything that we needed was there 🙂 Two quilts would have been nice, but we squeezed in 😉
Lovely coastal walks. Trearddur Beach nearby very nice. Holyhead town itself not inspiring. When I booked I knew that the town was not ideal thanks to previous reviews. I also knew that there was a restaurant on site that was recommended and a bistro a short walk away. Unfortunately both of these were closed so struggled to get food other that take aways. The boathouse was the only nearby restaurant open which I would not recommend as overpriced basic meals and no atmosphere.
Holyhead was a base for walking the Coastal Path, Holyhead and the surrounding area has some stunning scenery, beautiful beaches easy accessible by public transport. Holyhead is the main ferry port to Ireland.
Beautiful walks, great scenery but nothing else to do, pubs had no draught beer, no where open to eat in town, pubs say they do food you go in n they don’t, town needs a little updating, very scruffy, had to go out of town to find food to eat in, chippy shuts at 7pm The town as forgotten it’s holiday season, more shops shut then open, but out of town brilliant places to visit lots of castles, mines old prisons, and courthouse, the zoo, you had to queue for 45 minutes to get in, then some attractions not open, even though you still pay full price,
Highly recommend wondering up to the Penrhos Coastal Park, Porth Dafarch, South Stack, Holyhead Mountain and Breakwater Park. Arrived in Holyhead on train, but is relatively small and places are accessible on foot when without a car - recommend to have access to Ordnance Survey app/map when hiking about the area. Evenings at Holyhead: Highly recommend to have dinner at Nuha Tandoori Restaurant - freshly cooked Indian food and great service! Followed with a walked down the promenade and drink at the Marina to watch the sunset. Wished to have stayed longer to enjoy a lazy on the beach because the weather was amazing and water looked beautiful at Porth Dafarch!
Town itself it's not really that much attractive. The costal views however are absolutely gorgeous. Would recommend only if visited by car/bike as it's a bit of a walk from the town centre. There are no footpaths from the town so it's not a nice walk if you need to keep walking off the road.
We liked the hosts and location the most. We went when restrictions made it harder to eat out but with forward planning this wouldn't be a problem during restrictions. Our hosts did their best to help us. They were fabulous. It was easy to find your way around the island and we did manage to find some fabulous places to eat out. One in particular was the Benllech Indian Restaurant. The staff there went out of their way to make our meals enjoyable. Highly recommend paying them a visit.
Couldn’t be happier with this lovely place! Staff were amazing and very welcoming, breakfast was brilliant! The rooms were very clean, comfortable and quiet, with tea and coffee, and perfect location for Holyhead Station and the ferry terminal! We came here for the train station but would stay here again just for the lovely staff and comfort. 10/10 would recommend to anyone in Holyhead.
Good location close to Holyhead Port (I was catching a morning ferry to Dublin). Prompt response to any questions. Good welcome and helpful staff/proprietor. Clean, quiet, well-appointed room. Good price.
Immaculately presented, friendly and accommodating hosts and a great breakfast. Easy to find and ample parking too. Close to places of interest for day visits, RAF Valley and Holyhead ferry.
Sparkling clean. Comfortable. Easy to find and easy to park. Great location for ferry port
It was perfect for our ‘flying visit to Anglesey’…we’ll be back!!
There couldn't have been a friendlier, more comfortable place after a long flight and ferry crossing.......when we left in the morning we were rested and ready to enjoy our time in Northern Wales. We liked it so much we wanted to book a night on our return, but it was full. That is not surprising!!! The staff was very helpful, though, and said they'd let us know if there was a cancellation.
Couldn’t expect a better place to celebrate my 30th after original plan fell through due to international travel restrictions. Location was perfect with endless hikes all around the cliffs and everybody was unbelievably friendly and kind from the moment we booked until the moment we left. Cannot wait to come back soon!
Everything that we needed was there 🙂 Two quilts would have been nice, but we squeezed in 😉