Cemaes is a village on the north coast of Anglesey in Wales, on
Cemaes Bay, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is partly
owned by the National Trust. The name Cemaes would have originally
been spelt Cei Maes meaning Quay Area, but due to corruption in the
language over the years the i has been dropped. Population 1,357 (Llanbadrig
ward), 2011. It is home to both a wind farm and a nuclear power
station (Wylfa). It is also a fishing port and is known for its
beach. The village also has a football team, Cemaes Bay F.C., that
play in the Welsh Alliance League, but once got as high as the
League of Wales, becoming the first team on Anglesey to do so.
Cemaes is the most northerly village in Wales and its development
has been shaped by the natural resources available to it. Cemaes Bay
is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, some of which is owned by
the National Trust. The village includes a sheltered natural harbour
that looks north to the Irish Sea and is a site of an ancient
settlement that in more recent centuries has become a centre for
Rural location with sea views. 14 en suite bedrooms with Tea/Coffee
and TVs, Laundry, Drying Room, Lounge, Wireless Broadband, Licensed
Bar and Restaurant, Gardens, Lawns, Croquet.
family run Hotel, built around 1897, it has operated as such for
over 100 years. Recently, extensively and sensitively restored to as
near its original condition as possible.
Hotel stands within its own five acres of lawns and landscaped
gardens on a prominent hillside position overlooking Cemaes Bay,
only a short 10 minute walk down a country lane.
Restaurant Dining Room is tastefully decorated and capable of
seating 60, the Restaurant / Dinning room makes an ideal setting for
a light lunch, candlelit dinner, or for business entertaining. The
less formal bar will seat 28. Afternoon teas are served daily
between 3 and 5pm. The Gadlys is open to non residents.
Head Chef offers a diverse á la carte menu with seafood specialities
and dishes are prepared from fresh local produce where ever
possible. We cater for Special dietary needs and vegetarians. Our
wines are carefully selected to fully compliment your meal.
Self catering holiday cottages and caravan accommodation - Anglesey
is a place where you can relax, enjoy the Welsh hospitality and
lose yourself in the islands winding lanes or on its spectacular
coast. Something for all ages! Contractors welcome.
Coed Cottages are set in seven acres of grounds offering a range of
accommodation and facilities.There are two detached cottages,2
apartments one with private garden and conservatory,4 static
caravans one of which has FGCH and touring, camping field.The main
house Tyn Lon is also available. The onsite owners are there on
hand to make your stay an enjoyable, happy and comfortable
experience. All the accommodation is fully equipped for your stay.
facilities included on site are a fully licensed residents bar and
games room opened in the evenings. Laundry, toilet and shower block.
Children’s play area, nature area. We are pet friendly.
site affords views over the beautiful countryside to the village of
Llanfechell which has a twelfth century church with a unique bell
tower, ancient standing stones nearby and Pary’s Mountain. Cemaes
Bay with its award winning beaches is a short distance away. Access
statements available upon request.
Children and pets are welcome at Coed Cottages. Our many acres of
land are perfectly suited for your pets, and your children are safe
on our grounds.
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