Anglesey

Anglesey is one of those places that remains just as magical and mysterious as it did 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’ve 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 people what immediately 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.

During the writing and compiling of this book and whilst living in Beaumaris for a couple of years, I got to meet so many interesting people, some I would definitely like to meet and others maybe not so, but I’ve met 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. I hope you have a great time visiting this timeless island.

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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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The Owain Glyndwr
The Owain Glyndwr
The Owain Glyndwr is a family owned and run traditional bar restaurant.We are located on the Isle of Anglesey, around five to ten minutes drive from either Beaumaris or Benllech, in the village...
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The Oyster Catcher
The Oyster Catcher
The last rays of the sun are dappling a stunning vista stretching from the indigo of Lake Maelog to the sand dunes of Broad Beach, and here we are sipping post-dinner coffee in a beach hut. ...
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The Paddlers Return
The Paddlers Return
The Paddlers Return Bar Bistro is based at Anglesey Outdoors Centre on Holy Island, Anglesey. Our aim is to offer a welcoming and warm atmosphere where customers can relax by a wood ...
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The Pilot House Cafe
The Pilot House Cafe
Come & see some of the most glorious views that Anglesey has to offer, here at Penmon Point. Set on the Eastern Peninsular of this magical island with stunning sea views overlooking Puffin Island, ...
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The Prince Llewelyn
The Prince Llewelyn
The Prince Llewelyn is an 8 bedroom Bed and Breakfast situated on the west coast of Anglesey, in the small village of Aberffraw, and owned by Charles & Theresa....
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The Seacroft
The Seacroft
The Seacroft provides you with a warm welcome, superb local food, a roaring open fire and a place to chill-out or rest you head. Whilst the Island offers a multitude of activities - providing ...
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The Seaview Restaurant
The Seaview Restaurant
Our Benllech Bay Guest House is located on the promenade and overlooking one of the best sandy beaches on the Isle Of Anglesey.We are on the Anglesey Coastal Path and The Seaview...
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The Stag Inn
The Stag Inn
“Smashing pub, good food, dog friendly too” 5 of 5 stars. Fab little pub! Very friendly staff, good beer and excellent chilli con carne! Welcomed kids and dogs in bar. Very good local pub in pretty village. Recommended....
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The Straits Restaurant
The Straits Restaurant
We offer a diverse menu to suit all tastes and pockets. For instance, our ‘Fabulous fixed-price Menu' is very popular and great value, but is always served alongside our impressive ‘A la carte' ...
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The Valley
The Valley
There is ‘Something for Everyone' at the Valley Hotel which is operated by Anglesey Inns Limited as a family run business since its acquisition from Burtonwood in 1992....
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The White Eagle
The White Eagle
Completely rebuilt in 2007 The White Eagle is a fond Anglesey landmark for both residents and visitors. A Free House with all the freedom that the term implies, The White Eagle is a pub with ...
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The White Lion
The White Lion
The White Lion is over 200 years old and is situated in the village of Newborough, close to the beautiful beach and Llanddwyn Island. We bought the pub in 2010 and continue to upgrade our ...
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Trearddur Bay Hotel
Trearddur Bay Hotel
The Trearddur Bay Hotel is situated in a prime position overlooking the beach on the North-West coast of Anglesey. We have 47 bedrooms, many with fabulous sea views ...
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Trearddur Holiday Bungalows
Trearddur Holiday Bungalows
We are a family run, self-catering holiday park set in the quiet seaside village of Trearddur Bay, Anglesey (Ynys Mon). Here you can relax and enjoy breathtaking scenery...
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Trecastell Hotel
Trecastell Hotel
Found on the northern coast of the island, close to Amlwch and Bull Bay - with it's stunning sea views, lies the Trecastell Hotel, a classic 20's seaside hotel. The Trecastell Hotel is a superb...
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