About Castellor Bed & Breakfast

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    An ever-changing sea view

    Even on a wet wild day, the mesmerising view will blow your socks off, so best bring a spare pair. It's forever fascinating, be it calm and peaceful, or wild and wicked -- it changes from minute to minute. 

    If you're lucky, you'll hear the Time and Tide bell, an artistic installation part of twelve bells around the UK rung by the sea at high tide. On a clear day you can see the Isle of Man and dolphin and porpoise pods are spotted frequently.

    As the setting sun lowers itself directly into the centre of the bay during the summer months, there’s nothing better at the end of the day than to sit outside with a glass of wine and enjoy the sunset.

  • From The Headland

    Thirty minutes from the bridges and Holyhead ferry

    Cemaes Bay has a reputation as ‘being out in the sticks’, but we're only half an hour from the bridges and ferry port. You'll find the village makes a glorious alternative to the usual Holyhead hotels. As the most northerly village in Wales, you'll witness incredible sunsets straight into the sea, along with occasional sightings of the Northern Lights. Definitely pack a camera. Cemaes is an ideal base to explore the quieter rural side of Anglesey, offering beautiful surrounding coast and countryside.

    It's the perfect location for walkers on the Coastal Path, if you’re looking for spectacular places to stay on Anglesey and for the ferry.

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    So much more than a Full Welsh

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is why we provide so many alternatives alongside our superior Full Welsh.

    Expect home-made pancakes, herby mushrooms, smoked salmon and scrambled egg, Neil’s signature omelettes and hearty vegetarian options served in the elegantly decorated dining room with outstanding views of the bay.

    Generous portions come as standard: after all, you need as much energy as possible for attacking the Coastal Path or other famous Anglesey activities.  

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    Dogs welcome at Castellor B and B

    There aren't many dog friendly B&Bs on Anglesey, but our Wave Room is reserved especially for clean, well behaved dogs and their owners.

    We have two puppies of our own, Luna and Nala. They're a bouncy, friendly pair, and love to make new friends with other visiting doggies.

    Click here for more about bringing your dog.

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    Chill, it's Grown Ups Only

    Because we're Grown Ups Only, you're guaranteed a more peaceful, relaxing stay. As much as we love children, we only accept adults over the age of 16. Enjoy a chilled few days with us without a bucket and spade in sight.

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    Things to do Locally

    Cemaes, the most northerly village in Wales gives you an ideal base to explore the quieter rural side of Anglesey, offering beautiful surrounding coast and countryside.

    There's the famous Anglesey Coastal Path, golf courses, and dozens of beautiful beaches surrounding the island. Discover Copper Kingdom in nearby Amlwch, or travel further afield into Snowdonia for mountain walks, ZipWorld and the Welsh Mountain Railway.  

    The newly opened and ever popular Bay View Restaurant at Gladys Hotel is within walking distance and there's an award-winning chip shop in Cemaes itself. 

    Anglesey is 'one big adventure playground' so you'll definitely be ready to fall into one of our big plump beds after a day exploring.

  • Cove Bedroom

    The best room in the house

    All rooms in Castellor are to the highest standard, but our Cove Room is the most special. With a walk-in bay window and views straight out over Cemaes Bay, it's definitely the best room in the house. Be sure to reserve well in advance!  

    Use our quick, simple booking form to reserve your room.

General facilities

  • Free Wifi
  • Parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Secure bike storage
  • Card payments accepted

8am - 9pm

01407 710789