£76 - £116
A 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.
The 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.
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.
The Lounge, with its comfortable sofas and chairs has a homely atmosphere, ideal for you to enjoy a quiet drink before and after your meal.The lounge is a non-smoking environment The Norman Court Bar (named after the Tea Clipper which foundered off Rhosneigr March 29 1883) is well stocked and comfortable. The fire is always in during the winter.
Each bedroom is individually decorated and furnished in Victorian décor to compliment the age of the hotel. All rooms are ensuite and have tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and colour TV.
There is something in the Cemaes District for everyone, the artist, walker, the cyclist, naturalist, historian, sportsman or the visitor who just wants to escape the stress of modern life.
This is a "Walkers Paradise" with country walks around the beautiful headland and quiet country lanes. There are working windmills and watermills, celtic ruins, wildlife preserves, sheltered lagoons and shingle beaches. Just a few minutes from the hotel is Llanbadrig Church, AD440, with its Icthus stone dating back to the 4th Century.
Rates: From £76 to £116 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Sorry, no pets.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for details.
Off street parking.
2 Star Visit Wales.