My boyfriend and I stayed here for three nights on a KGB deal. We stayed in Room 3 which was a well presented and comfortable room near the car park at the front of the building. We chose this hotel as it was quite central in Anglesey and gave us plenty of opportunity to explore the rest of the island.
The staff were very welcoming, they were helpful and pleasant and nothing was too much trouble. We were left alone during our meals but the food was brought out fairly quickly. The food was lovely. We had a three course meal and a bottle of wine (included in the deal) and a cooked breakfast every morning. We decided to eat there on the other two nights as the food was great. There was a lot of choice on the menu and the portions were big and I could not eat desserts as I had no room left! We had Lasagne, Soups, Pate, Chilli, Curry all of which were really nice. The Steak and Ale pie was fantastic. The tables were cleared promptly and we were not pushed into eating there if we didnt want to. We were treated exactly the same as full fee paying guests (I have had poor experience of elsewhere). The prices in the bar were reasonable and there was some entertainment on, pub quiz etc.
The room was clean and comfortable, as was the bed. I usually find it difficult to sleep away from home but I had no problems here at all. There were no problems with noise or being too hot or cold. We has tea making facilities, Sky TV and ample storage space. The shower was powerful and the towels were changed everyday. The cleaning staff were very flexible and would come back later in the day if we were not quite ready for them.
The location of the hotel was just on the main road into Valley and was really easy to find.
I have read some of the other more negative reviews and find it difficult to believe this is the same hotel. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone. The service, room, food and location were great. I agree that the outside looks like it needs a lick of paint, but it is on a main road and the passing traffic is probably the reason why is looks a bit dowdy. There are some lovely gardens in the back of the hotel and plenty of parking too. Going to this hotel was a great experience and I would definitly go again, whether full price or on another deal.
- Also Known As:
- The Valley Hotel Anglesey Island Of Anglesey
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There is 'Something for Everyone' at the Valley Hotel which is operated by Anglesey Inns Limited as a family run business, now in its twentieth year, since its acquisition from Burtonwood in 1992.We here at the Valley Hotel work hard to be attentive without being intrusive, engaging without being over the top. The hotel has character and a heartbeat and we will do all we can to help you enjoy your time in Anglesey. If you are looking for a traditional Inn or Tavern with a good atmosphere and genuinely friendly people, the Valley Hotel is for you. We are not an impersonal, formula driven hotel. There is always an interesting blend of Welsh and English accents and a real, friendly, convivial pub atmosphere.We trust you will recognise quality and value for money that the Valley Hotel offers and is always striving to improve.We have 19 comfortable en-suite bedrooms at very affordable prices. A large beer garden with a children's play area and free Wi-Fi is offered to our guests here at the Valley Hotel.We have installed Sky television to compliment the improvements being made throughout the business, and we can now offer Wedding Ceremonies and Civil Partnership Ceremonies.Our food menu offers informal quality dining in both our Eatery and main bar lounge. The main menu offers traditional home-made food using fresh locally sourced produce wherever possible, and we always have additional extensive offers on our specials board, which allows our experienced kitchen team to showcase an imaginative range of dishes.We hold local and national cask ales on the bar and our wine list gives the best value on the Island by a long way.Situated only 3 miles from the Ferry Terminal to Ireland the hotel is well placed for a nights stopover for journeys to and from Ireland. An easy journey along the A55 expressway takes you to Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsular, or visit the many sandy beaches around the island. ... more less
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