Award-winning Blackthorn Farm is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 10 minutes’ walk from Porth Dafarch Beach in Holyhead. It offers a self-catering cottage and comfortable rooms, most with fantastic sea and countryside views. Cosy rooms include tea and coffee making facilities and a flat-screen TV with DVD player. The charming cottage has 2 bedrooms and includes an open-plan kitchen and lounge, dining area and a private garden. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are provided. Blackthorn Farm serves cooked breakfasts using local produce and continental breakfasts can be provided for early check-outs. Packed lunches are available, as is a dinner menu on Fridays from Easter through to September. There is also an on-site farm shops selling groceries and snacks. The property is licensed to sell alcohol. Wine, beer and champagne can be pre-ordered and put in your room ready for your arrival. Set in 18-acre headlands, Blackthorn Farm has a great location for walking, fishing, bird watching and sailing. The town centre and Ferry Terminal are 5 minutes’ drive away and Holyhead Train Station is 2 miles away.
Situated in Holyhead, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Ucheldre Centre, Little Stars Softplay Cafe, and St Cybi's Church. Holyhead Harbour and Holyhead Maritime Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Cons: No lobby doesn't open till 8 o'clock in the morning set on the porch why the staff set up not one person came outside and said can we help you would you like a cuppa coffee won't get anymore my money
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 cosy traditional bar. The Seacroft has received a 5-star rating from Visit Wales in its Restaurant with Rooms category. There are 6 individually decorated rooms, each with their own unique charm and each named after one of the beautiful beaches on Anglesey. Each room has a flat-screen TV, Egyptian cotton bed linen and a modern bath or shower room. The Superior Double Rooms have small private balconies. With a roaring log fire for the cooler months, and an outside deck for the warmer months, the Seacroft is a great place to sit back and relax in stylish and comfortable surroundings. The menu uses only the finest, freshest, locally sourced seasonal produce. The lobster comes from Trearddur Bay itself, from a boat based just a few hundred yards away. Mussels come from the nearby Menai Strait, which separates the island of Anglesey from the mainland of Wales.
The Anglesey Outdoors residential centre is located 5 minutes’ walk from blue award-winning Porthdafarch Beach. Set in 14-acre grounds, it offers functional accommodation with an on-site bar and bistro and a bicycle and surf board rental. The smart, bright rooms at the site feature free Wi-Fi and shared or en suite bathrooms. Linen is provided at Anglesey Outdoors and towels available for rent. Guest can relax in the lounge areas and other on-site facilities include a drying room and equipment storage. Guests can use the communal kitchens to prepare meals, with 24-hour free tea and coffee available. The centre also offers cooked breakfasts, packed lunches and dinner made with local produce for an extra charge, while the on-site Paddlers Return Bar has an evening and light snack menu. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, various nearby activities include kayaking, climbing and diving, as well as walking on the Anglesey Coastal Path. Holyhead ferry Terminal and Train Station are only 2 miles away.
Pros: It was very clean and the staff was exceptionally friendly and accommodating.
Located near a train station, Wavecrest is a great choice for a stay in Holyhead. Freebies like breakfast and WiFi are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking.
A great place to stay before catching the ferry to Ireland. No pets or smoking, which was okay for us. I highly recommend this place.
Pros: The reception by the owner was very nice. She helped us to figure out how to return the Eurocar rental at the ferry port (drop it at the terminal and put the key in the box near the departure. Breakfast was very good.
Just 985 feet from the award-winning sandy beach of Trearddur Bay, The Beach Motel features local, handmade oak furniture in each room and a spa bath in each private bathroom. Holyhead’s town centre and port are just a 5-minute drive away, as well as the scenic Anglesey Coastal Path. Ferry services travel from Holyhead Port to Dublin and Dún Laoghaire in Ireland. South Stack’s lighthouse is 10 minutes’ drive away, and the surrounding South Stack Cliffs are home to a range of seabirds, including puffins. Anglesey’s motor racing circuit is 30 minutes’ drive from the motel. With a flat-screen TV and free wired internet access, all simply decorated rooms at The Beach Motel also have tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. Full English breakfasts can be pre-ordered at the motel and are served in the adjoining London Road Inn.
Enjoying spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range, this family-run hotel offers a warm welcome on the west coast of Anglesey, just minutes away from the beach. During your stay, the friendly, local staff aims to cater to your every need. The restaurant and bar area are open to both residents and non-residents, and the talented team of chefs use only the finest and freshest local ingredients produced from the land and waters that surround the hotel. The hotel’s proximity to a number of main travel routes makes it the perfect venue for business meetings, seminars and training events, as well as vacations.
Located near a train station, The Boathouse Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Holyhead. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the 2 bars/lounges are nice spots to grab a drink at the end of the day. There's a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
The Beach Hut guest house in Holyhead offers bed and breakfast with sea views on the island of Anglesey. It offers comfortable rooms with free WiFi, and breakfasts making use of fine Welsh produce. All of The Beach Hut’s double-glazed rooms are centrally heated and include a TV, tea and coffee facilities and have en suite showers. Most rooms overlook the sea. Guests are provided with a full Welsh breakfast with Anglesey bacon and sausage with Caernarfon hatchery eggs. The guest house can also provide breakfast baps and packed lunches to take away. On the western side of the island, Holyhead is just one of the picturesque destinations on Anglesey’s extensive coastline. To the east, you will find the World Heritage Site Beaumaris Castle, a 35-minute drive from The Beach Hut.