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 Holyhead Guest Houses And B&B's

   AngleseyTourist Information Phone Number 0844 559 1554  

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The Beach Hut Guest House
4 Hibernia Terrace
HolyheadIsle of Anglesey LL65 1DL


Telephone: 01407 64001



The Beach Hut guest House, Holyhead, Anglesey is a bed and breakfast very close to the ferry port. All rooms are en-suite We pride ourselves on quality warm clean rooms which most overlook the sea.We are situated at the end of Victoria Road (lands end) on the junction with Prince of Wales Road (Newry Beach), next door to The Kings Arms & Jumpin Jac’s  The Beach Hut is a seaside themed guest house and café which has been running since June 2006, with the emphasis being quality and affordability. You will always receive a warm welcome from the staff who will tend to all your dining needs. Local maps and tourist brochures are available free, also we can advise you of interesting things to do and see depending on your time in Holyhead.



93 Newry Street


Isle of Anglesey LL65 1HU


Telephone: 0844 559 4788




The Town of Holyhead is a busy ferry port with a small shopping centre. There are several places to eat, numerous pubs some nightclubs and there is a cinema and a Sport Centre. Places of interest include the Ucheldre Centre which is a converted convent, featuring exhibitions and various entertainment. St Cybi Church surrounded by Roman wall. The grounds hold an excellent viewing point for the Stena HSS Voyager berthing. Within minutes of the town centre are some lovely places to visit such as South Stack Lighthouse and the surrounding area, offering stunning scenary with huge Cliffs and rugged coastline, it is a popular location for Bird watchers and Cliff climbers. The Lighthouse can be visited during season. Holyhead Country Breakwater Park is a peaceful location with a selection of walks, you may walk the 1. 5 mile breakwater or climb Holyhead Mountain. It is possible to walk to South Stack via North Stack and this is hughly recommended on a fine day. Penrhos Country Park is a wooded area with some fine walks and a secluded beach. The area can boast some of the finest beaches in the UK. Holyhead Promenade is a pleasant walk and in summer a large flotilla of Yachts are moored in the Marina. Prthdafarch beach (2 miles away) is ideal for bathing and is sheltered. Treaddur Bay is very popular and busy in the summer, both beaches currently hold the prestigious blue flag award for European beaches. Rhoscolyn is also a lovely location with some nice beaches