Tal y Foel
B&B and S/C
B&B £40 per person per night
Minimum 2 nightsSingle Room supplement applies
We are open from April to September
It is ideal for birdwatching, walking and fishing. We are near Newborough Forest and the beaches and tourist attractions of South Anglesey.
We have bed and breakfast accommodation in two large en-suite rooms with whirlpool baths. One room has a double and single bed, and the other has a double bed and bunk beds; both have room for an additional bed or cot. There are tea and coffee making facilities, radios, TV's, hairdryers and supplementary heating in the rooms, there is a conservatory/lounge with a games cupboard. Other available facilities include a high chair and iron. Musicians can make use of the piano and organ in our private lounge.
Tal y Foel is next door to the British Horse Society Isle of Anglesey Riding Centre, which offers individually designed courses of instruction as well as hacks/treks on the beach and on several miles of grass tracks. They have a cross-country training course and offer horse livery for guests bringing their own horses.
There is a choice of reasonably-priced evening meals in nearby restaurants, or you can bring your own food and drink back to consume on the seashore, in the conservatory, or in the garden at Tal-y-Foel.
Standing beside and overlooking the Menai Straits with a spectacular view of Caernarfon Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia this is the only caravan on site in its own private paddock. It is almost new, well equipped, double glazed and a good standard of decor and comfort.
Accommodation comprises: double bedroom with ensuite toilet and basin, twin bedroom, plus sleeping for two in the living area, well-equipped kitchen area with full sized cooker, fridge, electric kettle, toaster, etc. central heating, large living area and TV, bathroom with washbasin, generous shower cubicle and toilet.
From Llanfairpwll follow the A4080 towards Newborough. Stay on the A4080 through Brynsiencyn and then follow the signs to Tal y Foel Riding Centre. Go straight ahead into the No Through Road and follow the road for 1.5 miles down to the Menai Straits. We are on the sea front.