The Anchorage Hotel in Holyhead is a family run establishment situated on the Trearddur Bay road. It is within easy reach of the A5 and only a short drive from nearby, superb beaches and other local attractions including sailing and an eighteen hole golf course.
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Anglesey, Mother of Wales (Môn Mam Cymru), is an island steeped in history and possesses a quite beauty all of its own. With Holyhead, gateway to Ireland, in the North and the glorious scenery of the Snowdonia National Park a short distance down the A5 to the South, Anglesey has much to offer.
The Anchorage Hotel is the Ideal base from which to explore this beautiful part of the country. The Hotel has seventeen bedrooms all elegantly decorated and furnished including; private bathroom, colour television, radio, telephone and tea making facilities. Most of the rooms have a very pleasant view over the inland sea and surrounding countryside. Traces of many Roman ruins dot the Island and Beaumaris Castle, built by Edward I, is well worth a visit.
The Hotel Restaurant has established an enviable reputation for warm hospitality, fine food, excellent wines and agreeable surroundings. The Restaurant offers a wide selection of à la carte meals and specialises in seafood including, Dover Sole, Salmon and locally caught, fresh Lobster. The Hotel is a Free House and its large Lounge Bar and Dining Area are famed for the wide choice of Bar Meals on offer (including home-made Steak and Kidney Pie - something of a speciality at the Anchorage!), and the broad selection of Real Ales, Fine Beers, Wines and Spirits available.
The Menu includes a vegetarian selection together with a choice of children´s favourites.The Hotel´s Cocktail Bar is a popular place to sit, unwind and make plans for the following day: a relaxing laze on a nearby beach; a jaunt out to the sea on a yacht; an energetic morning on Holy Island; perhaps a little fishing; or simply a day taking-in the scenic beauty of the area and enjoying a glimps of the rare sea birds, wild flowers and butterflies, all of which abound along the coast, hedgegrows and fields of Anglesey.