Hotels and Inns on the Isle of Anglesey
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The following are popular Villages, Towns and Destinations on the Isle of Anglesey where there are Hotels or Accommodation.
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Hotels and Inns in Amlwch
Situated on the north coast of the Isle of Anglesey,
is the most northerly town in Wales.
A popular tourist destination the town has no beach, but it has a secluded port and impressive coastal cliffs
Hotels and Inns in Beaumaris
Set on the south-east corner of the Isle of Anglesey,
is an historic town on the Menai Strait with a Medieval Castle that dates back to the reign of Edward the First.
It is a major centre for yachting and boasts two golf courses within one mile of the town
Hotels and Inns in Cemaes Bay
Cemaes Bay, set on the north coast of the Isle of Anglesey is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is partly owned by the National Trust.
The picturesque village of
is on the Anglesey Coastal Path and attracts many artists and walkers
Hotels and Inns in Gaerwen
is a small village set inland to the south of the island on the A5 (Watling Street), some four miles from Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Hotels and Inns in Holyhead
The largest town of Anglesey,
is not actually on the main island, but on Holy Island which is reachable via permanent causeways and bridges.
It is a busy sea-port with regular Ferries sailing to Ireland and has the longest Breakwater in the UK.
Hotels and Inns in Llanddona
Located between Benllech and Beaumaris,
is a village noted for its clean yellow sandy beach and is popular as a holiday destination, particularly for families
Hotels and Inns in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Err yes this is that place....
Back in the 1860's one can only surmise there was a group of local eccentrics sitting around a table with several empty bottles of Welsh Whisky (yes they do make it)
and someone had the bright idea of renaming the local Railway Station as:
As the longest Railway Station name in the world this would ultimately attract tourists from all over to have their photos taken with the Station Name as the backdrop!
Pronounced as - "Llan-fair-pwll-gwyn-gyll-go-ger-ych-wyrn-drob-wll-llan-ty-silio-go-go-goch"
it roughly translates as
"Saint Mary's Church in the hollow of the white hazel near a rapid whirlpool and the Church of Saint Tysilio of the red cave"
(actually there are a few subtle variants to this as there is no single agreed English translation)
Hotels and Inns in Llangefni
Set towards the heart of the island,
is the second largest settlement and the County Town of Anglesey
Hotels and Inns in Menai Bridge
is a small town that overlooks the Menai Strait and Menai Suspension Bridge.
It is the location of the shortest crossing point between Wales and the Isle of Anglesey
Hotels and Inns in Trearddur
is a popular tourist destination on the west coast of Holy Island.
There are two beaches, some excellent sea fishing, scuba diving and Horse Ridng Stables
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