Wavecrest

Bed and Breakfast in Holyhead, Gwynedd (Isle of Anglesey)

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93 Newry Street, (Isle of Anglesey)
Holyhead
Gwynedd
Wales
LL65 1HU

Wavecrest, Holyhead

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Wavecrest is a large Victorian house which has been established as a guest house for the past 20 years and is located in close proximity to the Ferry Terminal and Railway Station, which makes it an ideal stopover for travelers to and from Ireland. We cater all timings with prior notice. Wavecrest is situated in a quiet location near the sea front and is only a few minutes to the Town Centre.

We are convenient for recommended restaurants and local pubs, all within walking distance.

The Town of Holyhead is a busy ferry port with a small shopping centre. There are several places to eat, numerous pubs some nightclubs and there is a cinema and a Sport Centre. Places of interest include the Ucheldre Centre which is a converted convent, featuring exhibitions and various entertainment.

St Cybi Church surrounded by Roman wall. The grounds hold an excellent viewing point for the Stena HSS Voyager berthing. Within minutes of the town centre are some lovely places to visit such as South Stack Lighthouse and the surrounding area, offering stunning scenary with huge Cliffs and rugged coastline, it is a popular location for Bird watchers and Cliff climbers.

The Lighthouse can be visited during season. Holyhead Country Breakwater Park is a peaceful location with a selection of walks, you may walk the 1.5 mile breakwater or climb Holyhead Mountain. It is possible to walk to South Stack via North Stack and this is hughly recommended on a fine day.

Penrhos Country Park is a wooded area with some fine walks and a secluded beach. The area can boast some of the finest beaches in the UK. Holyhead Promenade is a pleasant walk and in summer a large flotilla of Yachts are moored in the Marina.

Prthdafarch beach (2 miles away) is ideal for bathing and is sheltered. Treaddur Bay is very popular and busy in the summer, both beaches currently hold the prestigious blue flag award for European beaches. Rhoscolyn is also a lovely location with some nice beaches

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Caer Gybi - 0.6 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Holyhead, St Cybi - 0.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Caer y Twr, Holyhead Mountain Watch-tower - 1.6 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Ty Mawr Standing Stone - 1.7 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Trefignath Burial Chamber - 2.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Penrhos Feilw Standing Stones - 2.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Holyhead Mountain Hut Circles - 2.4 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

South Stack Lighthouse - 2.8 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Soar Standing Stone - 4.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Tregwehelydd Standing Stone - 5.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

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