Good Hotel Guide Review
A rustic beach-house vibe breezes through this restaurant-with-rooms in a small seaside village in the south-west of Anglesey. Owners Louise and Philip Goodwin, with designer Michelle Derbyshire, have transformed the former public house into a laid-back space: wicker chairs on sand-bleached floors, weathered wooden tables, thick rope features, pendant lighting. Still a welcoming haven, locals are joined by kitesurfers, dog-walkers and families off the beach, in the lively bar and dining areas; outside, in summer months. Chef Hefin Roberts’s robust dishes are cooked in an open kitchen; perhaps fillet of Anglesey-reared beef. Modern, well-equipped rooms have a bathroom with a rainfall shower. Breakfast choices include a full Welsh.
all year, limited hours over Christmas period.
bar, restaurant, conservatory, private dining, garden, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, bar, restaurant are wheelchair accessible.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 2 bedrooms, bar, front terrace, adapted toilet.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £140–£360. À la carte £35.