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B and Bs in Amlwch

Rhianfa
Bull Bay
Amlwch
Anglesey

LL68 9SU | View map

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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 natural beauty and is 300 yards away from a picturesque rocky cove and pebble beach.Situated on the edge of the beautiful seaside village of Bull Bay on the north coast of Anglesey it offers an ideal base for many activities such as walking, fishing, boating as well as being perfectly situated for the spectacular Bull Bay golf club. Further afield are attractions such as Parys mountain, Amlwch Port, Cemaes Bay and the many sandy beaches that can be found along the north coast of the island.Recently undergone extensive renovation and we are pleased to offer 5 spacious and comfortable rooms with modern en-suite facilities and central heating. Additional facilities include a laundry room and large garden with table and chairs for guests to enjoy and a children’s play area. There is ample off road parking with the facility for guests to park a small boat with prior arrangement. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets welcome by arrangement. Children welcome. Check-In time: 16:00 to 20:00 and Check-Out time: 10:30.

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