Bull Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

LL77 7LR

Bull Hotel, Llangefni

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Accommodation Description:

The Bull Hotel is situated in centre of Anglesey. AA & Welsh Tourist Board coaching inn APPROVED. Near to all ferry terminals to Ireland from Holyhead which is 20 minutes away.

Listed building oozes character. 22 rooms high standard. Executive rooms also available including 4 poster bed.

Local company owned by local group. Explore North Wales from here - Caernarfon, Bangor, Pwllheli, Porthmadog etc. WE APOLOGISE THAT WE DO NOT ACCEPT AMERICAN EXPRESS

 4 star rating

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