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  • From £45 per room per night

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Holland Hotel is set on the Aglesey Coastal Path, surrounded by beautiful scenery, with 4 en-suite bedrooms, a fully stocked bar, a delicious menu and a warm welcome.

Located in the beautiful village of Llanfachraeth, only 10 mins from Holyhead Ferry Port the recently refurbished Holland Hotel is the perfect base to explore this stunning area of Wales. Inside you will find a warm and inviting pub offering a friendly welcome every time you visit, whilst serving quality ales, lagers, spirits and soft drinks with something to suit everyone's needs and taste.

Their food menu offers a range of traditional pub classics, from starters to mains as well as some scrummy desserts to compliment your beverages. The bar also has a range of screens with BT and SKY sports to watch all the big games and they are pet friendly so there is no need to leave your furry friend at home.

The inn boasts 4 cosy bedrooms including double, twin, family and quad rooms. All of the rooms are fitted with an en-suite bathroom. Other facilities include a flat screen TV, DVD player, USB port, tea and coffee making facilities, desk, ironing facilities, fresh towels and linen, WiFi access and fresh towels and linen. A delicious breakfast is included in the price.

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £45 per room per night

The inn boasts 4 cosy bedrooms including double, twin, family and quad rooms. All of the rooms are fitted with an en-suite bathroom. Other facilities include a flat screen TV, DVD player, USB port, tea and coffee making facilities, desk, ironing facilities, fresh towels and linen, WiFi access and fresh towels and linen. A delicious breakfast is included in the price. The rooms are dog friendly but please let them know beforehand. 

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