Featured properties on Anglesey

  • £48

    Average price per night

    The Bull Hotel, Llangefni
    7.8 Good 531 reviews
    Description Situated in the centre of Llangefni on the Isle of Anglesey, The Bull Hotel is located a 15-minute drive from Bangor and offers rooms with free Internet access and on-site private parking free of...
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    "EVERYTHING, room 21 in the car park cottages was just fabulous. The meal in the restaurant was superb, and the staff were just so friendly. The breakfast-ridiculously good- all local produce-just to die..."

    Michael. United Kingdom
  • £59

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    Nant Yr Odyn Country Hotel & Restaurant Ltd, Llangefni
    9.0 Superb 280 reviews
    Description On the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, Nant Yr Odyn Hotel offers traditional rooms and a candlelit restaurant. Just 15 minutes’ drive from Bangor, there is free parking and free WiFi.
    Review

    "It was easily the best place that I stayed during my 10 day tour of Wales and South West England. The layout, design and conversion of the original farm buildings was tastefully accomplished. The choice..."

    John. Ireland
  • £120

    Average price per night

    Tre-Ysgawen Hall, Country House Hotel & Spa, Llangefni
    8.4 Very good 327 reviews
    Description This countryside hotel has a swimming pool and award-winning restaurant, and is a short drive inland from the breathtaking east coast of the island.
    Review

    "Anglesey/ Ynys Mon is a great holiday location with beautiful and historic places to visit e.g. Llanddwyn Island, Holyhead Mountain Park, Menai Bridge, Din Llygwy, Penmon Priory, Beaumaris Castle Puffin Island etc, Hotel has bilingual signs, menus etc and most of the staff speak Welsh so you can experience the beautiful Welsh language - really the last “living” Celtic language in everyday use: da iawn Tre-Ysgawen!!!"

    Michael. USA
  • £106

    Average price per night

    Y Bwythyn, Llangefni

    Y Bwythyn

    Llangefni

    Description Situated in Llangefni in the Anglesey region, Y Bwythyn features a garden. The accommodation is 19 km from Holyhead. The holiday home has a TV.
  • £58

    Average price per night

    Harbour Hotel, Cemaes Bay
    8.0 Very good 764 reviews

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    Description 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....
    Review

    "Evening meal and breakfast were delicious!"

    Carole. Abkhazia
  • £45

    Average price per night

    Woburn Hill Hotel, Cemaes Bay
    9.0 Superb 203 reviews
    Description This homely hotel rests in the North Coast of Anglesey in the old fishing village of Cemaes; ideal for beaches, water sports, fishing, walking and birdwatching. Golfing is available 4 miles away.
    Review

    "Excellent dinner and breakfast. Comfortable and very clean. Staff were very friendly"

    ALISON. Australia

A Haven of Wildlife

The small, yet geologically and ecologically important, island of Anglesey is off the north-western coast of Wales. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge while he is on RAF duty, the island is known for its rugged coastline, most of which is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Its largest town is Holyhead, set on smaller Holy Island and from where ferries to Ireland depart. Also on this island, Trearddur Bay has a Blue-Flag beach and one of the few Anglesey hotels with swimming pools. Another beautiful beach is found at Cemaes Bay on the main island’s northern coast.

Moelfre, further along the coast, is a sleepy fishing village, while Beaumaris in the east has a 13th-century castle partially surrounded by a moat and looking towards Snowdonia National Park on the Welsh mainland.

To the south-west the elegant Menai Bridge spans one of the narrowest stretches of the Menai Strait, separating Gwynedd from Anglesey. Another bridge makes the crossing in neighbouring Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch – the village with Europe’s longest name, though it’s usually abbreviated to Llanfairpwllgwyngyll which is still quite a mouthful.

Llangefni is in the centre of the island and in its district is Capel Coch, home to the only Anglesey spa hotel, available on Booking.com.

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