Award-winning Blackthorn Farm is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 10 minutesâ€™ 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. 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 offers bicycle rental and has a great location for walking, fishing, bird watching and sailing. The town centre and Ferry Terminal are 5 minutesâ€™ drive away and Holyhead Train Station is 2 miles away.
Located in Holyhead, Crossroads offers free onsite parking and rooms with free WiFi access. The property has open views over a park, towards the Holyhead Mountains.
Each soundproofed room at Crossroads includes a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite shower rooms have a hairdryer and toiletries. The ground-floor bedroom features a patio.
In the mornings, a continental breakfast is offered and includes cereal, biscuits, milk, tea and coffee. Parking is available in a closed forecourt.
Crossroads is a 5-minute drive from Holyhead Ferry Port and its railway station.
The Old Abbey - Little House is located in Trearddur. The accommodation will provide you with a TV. There is a full kitchen with an oven and a refrigerator. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath or shower. You can enjoy garden view from all the rooms.
At The Old Abbey - Little House you will find a garden.
For accommodation in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, North Wales, visit Ingledene Bed & Breakfast. All rooms have double or twin beds, colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities & Wi-Fi internet access; most have magnificent sea views – relax and watch the glorious sunsets, wake up to the sound of the waves.
For a relaxing holiday, short break or overnight accommodation before taking the ferry to Ireland from Holyhead (Stena Line or Irish Ferries) look no further, you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome at Ingledene B&B.
If you prefer self-catering, then our holiday cottage ‘Ingledene Bach’, to the rear of the main house, is ideal. Sleeping two adults and two children it is close to the main beach in Trearddur Bay and provides an ideal base for a traditional seaside holiday or for touring Anglesey to see all the sights this beautiful island has to offer.
Anglesey's impressive shoreline attracts visitors all year round with its wide variety of beaches and striking coastline much of which has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Trearddur Bay has been awarded the European Blue Flag for the cleanliness of its sand and water and provides ample opportunities for water sports enthusiasts and families alike, whilst the surrounding coves provide a quiet retreat. Fishing, riding and golfing facilities are available locally.
Trace the history of the area from the Celtic remains and the ancient hut circles on Holyhead Mountain to the Roman Fort in Holyhead. Day trips to Ireland are available from the Port Town of Holyhead only 2 miles away, which can take just 99 minutes with Stena Line or Irish Ferries.
For spectacular views (and energetic climbs!) visit the lighthouse at South Stack. Standing on a rocky island just off the coast the lighthouse is open to visitors. A visit to South Stack is worthwhile for the views alone and the variety of bird life to be seen from there and the nearby Ellin's Tower run by the RSPB.
Features & Facilities
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Avilion is located in Trearddur. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and a DVD player. There is a full kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath or shower. You can enjoy garden view from all the rooms.
At Avilion you will find a garden. Other facilities offered at the property include a games room. The property offers free parking.
"CROSSROADS" GUESTHOUSE has been COMPLETELY REFURBISHED, we are DIRECTLY opposite and over looking the town park , with uninterrupted views across the park to Holyhead Mountain. We are definitely a peace and quiet establishment and of very special interest to the older more mature guests, one bedroom is on the ground floor,( see our web-page ) CROSSROADS IN HOLYHEAD Breakfast is continental, our speciality is QUALITY - CLEANLINESS & FIRST CLASS EFFICIENT SERVICE.
Pant-Y-Llyn House is located in Trearddur. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and a DVD player. There is a full kitchen with an oven and a refrigerator. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath or shower. You can enjoy garden view from all the rooms.
At Pant-Y-Llyn House you will find a garden and barbecue facilities. The property offers free parking.
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. FreeWiFi access is available.
This well-equipped first floor apartment is accessed via a flight of stairs leading to a large kitchen, dining room with log burner, large lounge as well as 3 bedrooms and a shower room.
Outside, there is a private garden and parking. Please be advised that the drive to the house is along an un-adopted private driveway.
The property is situated in a tranquil corner of Trearddur Bay, just a 10-minute stroll, along a country lane to the beautiful Blue Flagged Trearddur Bay beach, its shops, bars and restaurants.
The Anglesey Outdoors residential centre is located 5 minutesâ€™ 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.