Ingledene Bed and Breakfast, Holyhead, Trearddur Bay

  • Ingledene B&B and Holiday Cottage, Ravenspoint Road, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 2YU, UK
  • https://www.ingledene.co.uk
  • 01407 861026
  • Single Occupancy £50
    Double Occupancy £65 - £75

Ingledene is situated in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. The Anglesey coastal path appeals to walkers who do not need to make any detours at the end of the day to find their B&B!;

All rooms have double or twin beds, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi internet access is available. Most rooms have magnificent sea views – relax and watch the glorious sunsets, wake up to the sound of the waves.

For a relaxing holiday, short break or overnight accommodation before taking the ferry to Ireland from Holyhead (Stena Line or Irish Ferries) look no further, you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome and comfortable accommodation at Ingledene.

Trearddur bay and the surrounding coves offer clean sandy beaches with safe swimming areas. The area is popular with divers and canoeists, as well as a variety of other water sports enthusiasts and fishermen. Ingledene itself is only yards away from the beach and has excellent views across the bay to Holyhead Mountain. At the rear you can see across Anglesey towards the Snowdonia mountain range.

Ingledene provides an ideal base for a traditional seaside holiday or for touring Anglesey to see all the sights this beautiful island has to offer.

A full English breakfast is available daily, made from locally sourced ingredients. Special dietary requests will be catered for with prior notice. Evening meals are not available however there are an abundance of restaurants within walking distance and the local pub is only a hundred yards down the road. Packed lunches available on request @ £5.00 each.

PRICES
Bay Room £75
Double En Suite £70
Twin En Suite (no sea view) £65
Double Room (not en suite) £65
Single Room £50

Packed lunches available on request £5 each
All Prices include Full English Breakfast and are per room per night based on two people sharing.

DIRECTIONS
From the Menai Straits
Follow the A55 across Anglesey. At Valley roundabout follow the signs for the A5 and Valley. At Valley traffic lights take the B4545 to Trearddur Bay. Take the first turning on the left after the Beach Court Apartments into Ravenspoint Road and Ingledene is approx 250 yards along the road on the left.

From Holyhead
At the traffic lights outside the Ferry Terminal turn right over the bridge. At the roundabout follow the signs for Trearddur Bay (B4545). After about two miles you will reach Trearddur Bay. Go through the village, past the Post Office on the left and car park on the right, and then take the next right turn into Ravenspoint Road and Ingledene is approx 250 yards along the road on the left.

LOCAL INFORMATION
Anglesey’s impressive shoreline attracts visitors all year round with its wide variety of beaches and striking coastline much of which has been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Trearddur Bay has been awarded the European Blue Flag for the cleanliness of its sand and water and provides ample opportunities for water sports enthusiasts and families alike, whilst the surrounding coves provide a quiet retreat.

Fishing, riding and golfing facilities are available locally. There is an excellent Maritime Museum in Holyhead and the local arts centre, the Ucheldre Centre, is worth a visit for exhibitions of local arts and crafts as well as concerts and plays.

Trace the history of the area from the Celtic remains and the ancient hut circles on Holyhead Mountain to the Roman Fort in Holyhead. Day trips to Ireland are available from the Port Town of Holyhead only 2 miles away, which can take just 99 minutes with Stena Line or Irish Ferries.

For spectacular views (and energetic climbs!) visit the lighthouse at South Stack. Standing on a rocky island just off the coast and approached by steps down the cliffs and a suspension bridge the lighthouse is open to visitors throughout the summer.

Even for those who do not venture down the cliffs, a visit to South Stack is worthwhile for the views alone and the variety of bird life to be seen from there and the nearby Ellin’s Tower run by the RSPB.

Children Welcome | Parking | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Highchair Available | Cot | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite

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