COLIN AND JENNY ROBERTS welcome you to our Anglesey Bed and Breakfast where we offer you comfortable and peaceful accommodation in the historic town of Amlwch, the Ancient Copper Town. Our superb Guest House is ideally situated in Amlwch town for access to all that the Isle of Anglesey has to offer: spectacular coastal walking, bird watching, scuba diving and fishing from nearby harbours. We are situated within 16 miles of Holyhead and its Ferry’s to Ireland and to the splendid new racing circuit, Trac Mon, Anglesey Circuit.
Pen y Cefn house was built in 1900 as the local Smithy and eventually became the residence of a retired ships Captain.
Jenny and I took over Pen Y Cefn House September 2006 after it had been a popular and well regarded B&B for over twenty years. We decided to convert the Bed and Breakfast to en-suite and completely refurbish it to our very high standards. Good bed linen and warm fluffy towels, a comfortable bed together with a breakfast of local ingredients and of the best quality are very important to us as is the warmth of our welcome and the satisfaction of our guests.
Snowdonia and the attractions of North Wales are a short drive away; however, the unique Island life of Anglesey will draw you back time and time again.
The new Coastal Path around Anglesey which recently opened is proving very popular with walkers and has spectacular and interesting views and sites and convenient sections for novices and dedicated hoofers alike with Inns and Bed & Breakfast establishments at hand at the end of the day.
Amlwch and the surrounding area caters for a wide range of outdoor pursuits with many golf courses and sea fishing with local skippers (we will be happy to arrange fishing trips), kite boarding, sail boarding and surfing, Motor Racing and rallying, two and four wheels and the lanes and quiet back roads seem to have been made for cyclists and the well defined network of footpaths are a joy for walkers.
Amlwch is situated on the North Eastern corner of Ynys Môn (Anglesey). A small town, with a long history of working traditions. The town grew with the development of copper mining on nearby Mynydd Parys (Parys Mountain), and was once the world's most productive Copper Mine.
Amlwch today offers a wealth of interests to the visitor. Walk along the coast to Point Lynas or Amlwch Port where copper was exported all over the world. Explore the industrial workings of Parys Mountain itself or visit the Heritage Centre for a wealth of information on local history.
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Children Welcome | Parking | Dvd Player | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Highchair Available | Cot | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite Facilities |
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