Anglesey

Anglesey is one of those places that remain as magical and mysterious since it was invaded and made part of the Roman Empire 1,934 years ago. Ever since visiting here with the school many years ago, I have always had a soft spot for this geologically complex island. The island has several small towns dotted around it, Llangefni, Menai Bridge, Holyhead just to name but a few. But each one of the towns that you will come across on Anglesey has something very unique to offer the thousands of visitors the island gets on a yearly basis. When you ask some people what springs to mind when they hear the name Anglesey, they would immediately associate it with getting the ferry from Holyhead to Ireland. But when you ask many others, they too have many fond childhood memories of the place. Whilst writing and compiling this book I have got to meet so many interesting people, people from all walks of life, and a whole host of varied backgrounds. Whether it’s a day on the beach you’re after, or a trip to many of its great locations, Anglesey has it all! Anglesey also has a Coastal Path that spans some 200-kilometres (124) miles and boasts some absolutely spectacular views, no matter what kind of weather is thrown at you. All in all you will not be disappointed with your visit here, and once your holiday has come to an end, why not pop onto our website www.top100attractions.com and tell me and our thousands of other readers what you thought.

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Surf and Turf Kitchen
Surf and Turf Kitchen
Local Seafood & Grill in the heart of Amlwch Port. Join us here for great food, great beer & great company! Tuesday night is Grill Night - Two Steaks from only £15!! Full menu also ...
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Tal y Foel Farm B&B
Tal y Foel Farm B&B
Welcome to Tal-y-Foel, with spectacular views over the Menai Straits, where you can have a break that is a little bit different! You can not only relax in our luxury WTB-approved...
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Te Bach Tearooms
Te Bach Tearooms
We will serve traditional Welsh Teas- a variety of home made cakes, scones baked on the premises and served with cream, strawberries and our own preserves, freshly made...
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The Anglesey Transport Museum
The Anglesey Transport Museum
Walk back in time and see over 60 gleaming classic cars and vehicles from the 1920s onwards. Set in a replica of a 1940s cobbled village street, you can view an assortment of vehicles ...
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The Black Lion Inn
The Black Lion Inn
The Black Lion Inn is a Grade II Listed 18th Century Country Inn situated on the A5025, just outside the village of Llanfaethlu, between Valley and Cemaes Bay on the beautiful Island of ...
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The Bridge Inn/ Tafarn Y Bont
The Bridge Inn/ Tafarn Y Bont
Tafarn Y Bont - The Bridge Inn, in Menai Bridge is flourishing under a new local management team who have made a number of exciting changes to the beautifully situated eatery.The pair have ...
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The Bull Hotel
The Bull Hotel
The Bull has recently undergone a redecoration of the bedrooms & improvement works are on-going. All rooms are comfortable en-suites offering new beds, Free-view tv and tea & coffee making ...
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The Crown
The Crown
The Crown Aberffraw is located in the village square visible from both the A4080 and the estuary/beach car park. Our bar offers a range of beers, lagers, wines and spirits....
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The Foundry Vaults
The Foundry Vaults
The FoundryVaults is situated in the centre of the busy Anglesey market town of Llanfgefni. By day, this vibrant pub offers tasty pub grub and a proper pint of cask ale. By night, the Foundry Vaults ...
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The Gazelle Hotel
The Gazelle Hotel
We are proud of The Gazelle menus which offer a wide rangeof mouth watering meals from bar snacks to a la carte, our head chef, is frequently complimented and is...
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The Granary Restaurant
The Granary Restaurant
Lastra Farm - a lovingly restored 17th century farmhouse - is an excellent base for the discerning business traveller, with its fast Wireless and Ethernet broadband...
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The Harbour Front Bistro
The Harbour Front Bistro
The Harbourfront Bistro is a fully licensed restaurant and bar located next to The Holyhead Maritime Museum directly on beautiful Newry Beach in Holyhead Harbour....
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The Hydeout Bar-B-Q & Smokehouse
The Hydeout Bar-B-Q & Smokehouse
Hydeout was born out of the sheer love of American barbeque. The word originally means a social gathering with food. We aim to offer you true american barbecue smoked ...
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The Kinmel Arms
The Kinmel Arms
Popular sea-view pub with nautical-theme interior, four Robinsons ales and generous helpings of enjoyable traditional food from sandwiches and baked potatoes up, friendly service; ...
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The Lobster Pot Seafood Restaurant
The Lobster Pot Seafood Restaurant
The Lobster Pot Restaurant was established in 1946 when Mr & Mrs John & Frieda Wilson opened their cottage as a café and guest house serving lobster teas. ...
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The Midland Tapas & Wine Bar
The Midland Tapas & Wine Bar
We have had always had a passion for creating a restaurant. We wanted our restaurant to be in contrast to the towns more traditional venues, creating a modern, vibrant environment and exciting food. ...
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The Old Boathouse Café & Restaurant
The Old Boathouse Café & Restaurant
This super family friendly café/restaurant, with alfresco dining is overlooking the beautiful bay of Red Wharf. The food is simple, approachable and flavoursome. We serve...
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The Outbuildings
The Outbuildings
Tucked away on the lovely south-west corner of Anglesey, The Outbuildings a Restaurant with Rooms is absolutely fabulous! Set in its own peaceful grounds with wonderful views of...
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