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County - Anglesey | Map
Tel code: 01407 | code search
Postcode: LL67 | code search
Population: 200
Council: Isle of Anglesey County
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Woburn Hill Hotel
"stayed at this place last year, booked for 2 days but had to leave after the 1st day, the people who ran the place were so miserable, they made you ..." More

Woburn Hill Hotel
"This hotel is a relatively pleasant B&B in lovely Cemaes Bay. But we won't be staying again. The car park with space for jetskis is rather cramped if your car is ..." More

Woburn Hill Hotel
"Good Points: Cleanliness Bad Points: No complaints General Review: This is a well turned out small hotel which I think is a cut above most hotels in this price range. My ..." More

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Cemaes has the distinction of being the most northerly village in North Wales, just off the A5025, and is today an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is part owned by the National Trust. Formerly a fishing village with its own fleet and boat building yards it is today a place to visit, relax and enjoy. Originally the harbour was nothing more than a shelter and by the 19th century a stone pier was added, and a new pier was completed in 1835. Around this time shipbuilding was an important activity at Cemaes and they were building ships as big as 400 tons and at the same time Cemaes was an important port. Cemaes also has the benefit of two superb beaches, Traeth Mawr and Traeth Bach which are separated by the River Wygyr and due to their unusual geographic nature one of them is usually sheltered making them popular with families who appreciate the sandy shores, Cemaes was awarded the Blue Flag in 2004 for thequality of its beaches. The town centre has a range of traditional shops and the village hall, this was given to the community by a resident who moved to Liverpool and when he returned, having made his fortune, donated the hall. Cemaes is a pretty little village and one that is sometimes overlooked – and that suits most visitors to Cemaes just fine as they appreciate this attractive little jewel.


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Woburn Hill Hotel (0.13 miles)

Woburn Hill Hotel

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This homely hotel rests in the North Coast of Anglesey in the old fishing village of Cemaes; ideal for beaches, water sports, fishing, walking and birdwatching. Golfing is available 4 miles ... More


National Trust Cottages (1.30 miles)

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Bryn Llywelyn is a large late-Georgian style farmhouse located just outside the coastal village of Cemaes on the North Coast of Anglesey. It is thought that the current house was substantially rebuilt in the mid-19th ... More

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Aldpallyards (2.45 miles)


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Enjoy our Beautiful En-Suite Bedrooms. Family and double rooms available as well as Twins and Single rooms. We also cater for disabled guests with a number of ground floor rooms ... More


Rhianfa (3.49 miles)

Rhianfa is a quiet and friendly family run establishment offering friendly and welcoming service. The property itself offers many original Victorian features with extensive gardens. It is located in an area designated as of outstanding ... More
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Salem Fach (3.56 miles)

Salem Fach

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Commanding panoramic countryside views, this charming and very comfortable cottage is perfectly located for exploring the delightful island of Anglesey, with its beautiful sandy beaches, historic monuments ... More

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The Trecastell Hotel (3.74 miles)

The Trecastell Hotel
Found on the northern coast of the island, close to Amlwch and Bull Bay - with its stunning sea views, lies the Trecastell Hotel, a classic 20's seaside hotel. The Trecastell Hotel is a superb ... More | visit website
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Lastra Farm Hotel (4.04 miles)

Lastra Farm Hotel

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Lastra Farm Hotel is an excellent base for the discerning business traveller; with its wireless broadband access and convenient location just minutes from the main A5025 coast road; as well as ... More

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Ynys Felin Fawr (6.01 miles)

Ynys Felin Fawr

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Perfect for year round holidays, this very comfortable property lies in peaqceful surroundings close to Blue Flag beaches and numerous lively family attractions. Adjoining the owner's home, ... More

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TreYsgawen Hall Country House Hotel (8.96 miles)

TreYsgawen Hall Country House Hotel
A luxuriously appointed Country House Hotel set in acres of secluded landscaped gardens, meadow and woodland just a short drive inland from the breathtaking east coast of the Isle of Anglesey. Built towards the end ... More | visit website
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The Oak Lodge Inn (9.73 miles)

The Oak Lodge Inn

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The Oak Lodge is on the edge of the delightful old fishing village of Moelfre, which lies on the East Coast of the beautiful Isle ... More

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