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Sail Loft Heritage Centre

Amlwch Port, Amlwch, Wales
+44 1407 832255
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Hidden Harbour

Hubby and I visited here on a recent Monday. Unfortunately the Sail Loft Museum and Cafe were... read more

Reviewed October 25, 2017
Llan Ffestiniog, United Kingdom
Great staff

Lovely place to eat excellent food will definitely be going back and great service never have I... read more

Reviewed October 20, 2017
Michelle B
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“ship building” (4 reviews)
“sail loft” (9 reviews)
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Amlwch Port, Amlwch, Wales
+44 1407 832255
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Reviewed October 25, 2017

Hubby and I visited here on a recent Monday. Unfortunately the Sail Loft Museum and Cafe were closed. However, because we were able to park nearby FREE of charge, we decided to have a wander around this small village and harbour (it has no beach)...More

Thank Jilly2903
Reviewed October 20, 2017 via mobile

Lovely place to eat excellent food will definitely be going back and great service never have I been let down by going there would recommend to anyone

Thank Michelle B
Reviewed September 22, 2017

We were touring Anglesey with the 88 year old Mother in Law so we never missed a chance for a brew or a pee. Finding ourselves in Amlwch we visited the port as I used to go sea fishing from there. We spotted the sail...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed September 10, 2017

This was an unplanned visit but we found an interesting and informative exhibition. Everything clearly labelled and some very interesting artefacts, especially those lifted from the sea. If you are in this area it would be a pity to miss this with its sloping sail...More

Thank Edwin J
Reviewed July 23, 2017

well worth spending 30 mins or so discovering the local history. Map of local wrecks especially interesting. Small cafe downstairs for a quick coffee and cake or sandwich

Thank Richard L
Reviewed October 6, 2016

A little light on exhibits, there must be more they could do with the industrial heritage of the area. The cafe is very clean and the young lady on the counter, friendly and helpful but run ragged. Food was good but cold, the soup was...More

Thank Frances R
Reviewed September 17, 2016

Stopped in Amlwch as part of an Anglesey north tour. I had previously been to Amlwch due to work in the village centre a few years back. Given its link to the copper the mining history I was keen to see the harbour. The museum...More

1  Thank JohnBHampshire
Reviewed September 4, 2016

The history that this centre tells is a revelation to me, and I have lived close to Anglesey (Ynys Mon) all my life. The harbour and its ship building and repairing has such a vibrant history and it is even more brought home to one...More

Thank Hefina C
Reviewed August 19, 2016 via mobile

An excellent insight into our sailing history. ...some wonderful artefacts to see....the cafe attached is lovely & there is a lift to access the museum....a little gem.

Thank Gail G
Reviewed August 14, 2016 via mobile

Really interesting as part of the copper Kingdom tour only little but very good. My kids couldn't believe how many boats had sunk off the Amlwch coast.

Thank Mike1563
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Mark M
December 13, 2017|
Response from Jilly2903 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry this reply is late but I have only just had time to check my e-mails! I think this place may have closed down for the Winter season and unfortunately, their contact number listed as 01407 832255 seems to be invalid?