Isle Of Anglesey
Near The Beaches Hotel
The picturesque Isle of Anglesey is a must see when you are in North Wales.
Isle of Anglesey, North Wales
Only approximately an hour and 15 minute drive from The Beaches Hotel, Anglesey – “Ynys Mon” will transport you to beaches that will resemble those in the Mediterranean! With its sparkly blue crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches, the stunning scenery will take your breath away.
There are also a number of attractions on this beautiful island, from Beaumaris Castle which was the last castle built under Edward I to Lligwy Beach which has 6 Blue Flags to Anglesey Sea Zoo – “Sw Mor Mon” which is a wonderful aquarium. Anglesey is also home to the the village which boast the longest place name in the UK and one of the largest in the world! So, here goes…
“Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch” – Translated, this means “The Church of St Mary Llanfair of the pool of the white hazels near the fierce whirlpool and the church of St tysilio of the red cave” – Phew. If you can’t quite manage all that, you can simply say “Llanfair PG”.
There really is that much to explore on Anglesey that it would be impossible to talk about it all so please click here for further information.
Why Stay With Us at Beaches Hotel
There is no shortage of places to see to enjoy during your stay with us here at The Beaches Hotel. After a busy fun-filled day return to the comforts of our hotel and enjoy a warm and friendly welcome, a delicious meal in our Promenade Bistro Bar and return to the warmth of your guestrooms where a great night’s sleep is guaranteed. If you have time why not make use of our fantastic leisure facilities and enjoy a leisurely dip in our indoor heated swimming pool.
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