'I love it when somebody makes me laugh' - comedian Dawn French who was born in Anglesey once said.
Anglesey is a large island off the coast of Wales, and the main port on this island is located in the town of Holyhead. There are five towns on this island all offering something unique to visitors, and many of the Anglesey hotels are spread throughout these towns, ranging from cheap hotels to luxury and boutique options. The landscape of Anglesey is stunning, and visitors are ensured a warm welcome from the locals.
Budget Hotels and Inns
There are many options when it comes to cheap hotels on this island. Trecastell Hotel is one of the two star hotels in Anglesey, perfect for those looking for simple and clean rooms, some of which come with sea views. A great extra is the free breakfast included in the price. The Valley is a three star option complete with ensuite rooms in an inn style environment. It provides a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere, and guests can relax in the lounge-bar and beer garden. It's a good choice for those preferring a smaller family run option, with plenty of rustic charm. Another two star hotel is the Harbour Hotel which is good for those just wanting a simple room and a laid-back environment. There is free wifi in this hotel and also a restaurant and bar on-site.
Refined Luxury Hotels
Anglesey hotels also come at the more luxurious end of the scale. Those in search of five star luxury hotels in Anglesey have the option of ChÃ¢teau Rhianfa. This hotel has stylish rooms and suites decorated in a French inspired style. It is a beautiful building set in large landscaped gardens, and boasting a fine dining restaurant on-site too. There is also the Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel and Spa, which is set in a nineteenth century mansion. It's not hard to see why this hotel has won so many awards, and is such a popular wedding venue. The on-site spa offers the best in relaxing treatments, and really means guests can unwind and make the most out of their stay. The hotel offers fine dining options too, which are also open to none residents, although it's best to book ahead to ensure they have space.
There is certainly a lot to do on this island, especially for those who love the outdoors. One of the main attractions is the Menai Suspension Bridge which was the first modern suspension bridge in the world. With a wide variety of walking and cycling paths visitors can spend endless days exploring the beautiful nature and scenery. During the warmer months there are also some stunning unspoilt beaches to be enjoyed, head to the west coast of the island to make the most of these. Anglesey also boasts some fantastic and large golf courses, perfect for those who enjoy the sport.