Breeze Hill Hotel

Breeze Hill Hotel 

Breeze Hill Hotel is a comfortable, welcoming place to stay in the seaside village of Benllech Bay on Wales’s very own island paradise, Anglesey. It’s just a short walk from a Blue Flag beach with rock pools, sand and surf and it has its own restaurant and bar for tasty meals and sociable evenings.

Benllech Bay is popular with families and Breeze Hill Hotel welcomes them too, together with their dogs. The eight guest bedrooms include two family rooms, and there are cots and high chairs to use as needed. Four of the rooms are en suite and they all have quality beds, TV, beverage trays and a daily housekeeping service. Some rooms have views of the Irish Sea and Snowdonia, as does the garden, which is is safe for children. Breakfasts options include the highly popular full cooked Welsh.

Breeze Hill Hotel

The local beach is exceptionally safe for bathing and paddling and has access for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

The hotel is handy for the village amenities including shops and take-aways and Anglesey itself is breathtakingly, with its whole coast designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Places to enjoy include the famous suspension bridge over the Menai Straits, Beaumaris and its famous castle, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Plas Newydd stately home and gardens and the seabirds which mass on the spectacular cliffs of South Stack.

breezehillhotel@aol.co.uk

www.breezehillhotel.co.uk

Ty Mawr Farmhouse

Ty Mawr is a dog friendly, farmhouse bed & breakfast from which to explore the spectacular Isle of Anglesey. The safe, sandy beaches of Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn are just a few minutes’ drive away, also the Holyhead ferry to Dublin.

Set on a 300 acre dairy farm with views clear across to Snowdonia, Ty Mawr has since 1987 welcomed guests from all over the world, with many making return visits. There are numerous things to see and experience in an area known for its 125 mile coastal path and cycle trails. Much of Anglesey is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Lessons are available in many forms of watersports and places to visit include several RSPB reserves and the National Trust property Plas Newydd, home of the Marquess of Anglesey.

The house has two spacious and spotlessly clean bedrooms, a double and a twin, both with comfy beds and seating. Guests are offered hearty breakfasts, either full cooked or continental, made with local produce where possible. They may relax in the sunny, south facing garden and there is ample private parking and free broadband.

Ty Mawr External

“Looking after people is what I love to do,” says the host, Anne, “As attested by the great reviews.”

The farm is less than a mile from Valley village, which has shops and many places to eat.

mail@angleseybedandbreakfast.co.uk 

www.angleseybedandbreakfast.co.uk