Hotels on the Isle of Anglesey

Was it the unspoilt coast, gorgeous beaches and stunning countryside that attracted royal residents Kate and Wills to the Isle of Anglesey? Or maybe the countless opportunities for outdoor pursuits?  Either way, if it’s good enough for royalty, it’s good enough for  us. Book a stay in one of our Anglesey hotels and you’ll feel the appeal.

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Set right in the heart of this bustling town in Anglesey, our Premier Inn Holyhead hotel is the perfect location whether you're travelling to Ireland via the Holyhead Stena Line ferry, exploring historic attractions like the South Stack Lighthouse, or birdwatching at the Breakwater Country Park.

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What to do in Anglesey

Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path
Don your walking boots and tackle the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path. Clocking in at 125 miles, it has been split into twelve routes – complete them all and you’ll be  rewarded with a certificate and badge from the Friends of The Isle Anglesey Coastal Path.

Copper Kingdom
Become a miner for a day to learn about Anglesey’s copper mining past at the interactive Copper Kingdom Centre in Amlwch.

Beaumaris Castle
It doesn’t matter that Beaumaris Castle was never completed - it’s considered to be the most technically perfect castle in the UK, and the best example of an Edwardian castle in Wales. It’s a handsome fortress to behold. 

Anglesey beaches
Benllech Beach is perennially popular; Church Bay is great for rock pools; Porth Dafarch is hidden away and look out for dolphins at Lligwy Bay.

Breakwater Country Park
Breakwater Country Park in Holyhead is an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Go fishing or bird-spotting, see rare wildlife, make your way up Holyhead Mountain, check out exhibitions at the visitor centre or simply sit back and drink in the stunning scenery. 

Don’t be alarmed if you see the word Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch when you’re out and about - it’s just a village name, albeit the longest officially recognised place name in the UK. Luckily for locals, the 58-letter mouthful is abbreviated to Llanfairpwll and Llanfair PG. 

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