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Anglesey Hotels Anglesey Wales Cheap Hotel Accommodation

Stark and beautiful, Wales's north western Isle of Anglesey caters for those seeking both a fascinating trip into an ancient past, or simply some modern day peace and quiet. Connected to the mainland via road and rail over the famous Menai Straight (as well as being accessible by ferry), this unspoilt island is the least populous county in Wales, with just 66,000 people. Its aesthetic qualities were confirmed when its entire rural coastline was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - an achievement undoubtedly helped by a fascinating selection of megalithic monuments and an exotic selection of wildlife (which includes puffins and conger eels). The island is also home to some magnificent clean beaches, boasting 10 percent of all award-winning shores in the UK. The inland landscape is generally low-lying and is littered with ruins from the Neolithic, Celtic, Roman and Medieval eras - particularly in the easterly Lligway region. Other impressive structures have stood the test of time more successfully, such as the stunning castle at Beaumaris (Beautiful Marsh) - the last Edwardian castle to be constructed in the country. Anglesey isn't just the one island, however, and many of its smaller counterparts are also worth exploring. These include Holy Island off the west coast: home to the county's largest town (Holyhead, population 11,000); and Llanddwyn Island, the supposed resting place of St Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers. The latter is more than just a place of mystical legend, however. Technically a peninsula (unless there's a rare high tide), its uninhabited lands, stretching off into the Caernarfon Bay, are a rewarding sight after a trek through the adjoining Newborough Forest and sand dunes, two miles from the nearest road. If you are look for where to stay in Anglesey this is the place to book your hotel room. Choose any of the cheap hotels in Anglesay you like from the list below, click on the picture or the text link for more information and to check availability.

Small picture of The Bulkeley Hotel
Size: 42 rooms

Guest Rating of Rated by guests as 4.25
4.25 out of 5

19 Castle Street

Beaumaris LL58 8AW

Within an hour of Holyhead Port for crossings to Ireland and only a 15 minute ride to Bangor we are ideally placed for those who are travelling on business or for pleasure and wish to enjoy a night or two in pleasant and relaxed surroundings.

Small picture of Woburn Hill Hotel
Size: 7 rooms

Guest Rating of Rated by guests as 4.50
4.50 out of 5

High Street

Cemaes Bay LL67 0HU

Charming and homely choice in accommodation set in the beautiful Cemaes Bay, perfect for those who love the great outdoors and wish to make the most of the fabulous scenery and amazing walking. There's a wealth of things to do and enjoy so make this your holiday choice.

Small picture of Tre-Ysgawen Hall, Country House Hotel & Spa
Size: 29 rooms

Guest Rating of Rated by guests as 4.20
4.20 out of 5

Capel Coch

Llangefni LL77 7UR

Excellent choice for that romantic getaway or simply a pamper weekend with your friends. Treating yourself to the very best in spa and therapy sessions in the fine and beautiful setting of Tre-Ysgawen Hall. Set in gorgeous gardens and landscaped woodland we are close to the Anglesey coastline.

Small picture of The Bull Hotel
Size: 20 rooms

Guest Rating of Rated by guests as 3.90
3.90 out of 5

Bulkley Square, Llangefni

Llangefni LL77 7LR

Excellent location in the heart centre of the charming town of Llangefri. We are an ideal stop off place for those travelling on business or for pleasure and wishing to access Holyhead and Bangor just 20 minutes drive away.

Small picture of Nant Yr Odyn Country Hotel & Restaurant
Size: 14 rooms

Guest Rating of Rated by guests as 4.45
4.45 out of 5

Turnpike Nant

Llangefni LL77 7YE

Beautiful location ideal for those travelling on business or for pleasure and wishing to access the centre of Llangefni. Having created a most charming and pleasant environment in our 18th century farmhouse. A warm and welcoming appeal with good standards of service.

This penisula or island county is the north most in Wales. It sits on top of Caernarfon Bay and is host to the Port of Holyhead one of the closest ports in the UK to Dublin. Just a short distance from the well know seaside town of Bangor.