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Harbour Hotel
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All reviewsdog friendly hotelchowderfish piethe pubsit outsidetea and coffeedining areaswould recommend this hotel to anyonebreakfast was amazinglick of paintroom was spotlesssaturday nightlovely locationcooked to perfectionbooked this hotelno extra chargefriendly helpful staff
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Reviewed April 10, 2012

We found the room adequate for our needs, it was clean and the beds were made daily.
We ate in the Bistro and found the food exceptional both for the evening meal and breakfast,and the Staff were very friendly and helpful.
But oh dear! the Music in the evenings from the public bar was intrusive and lasted until midnight and then noisy people leaving.
We unfortunately had a room above the bar which is ok if you are in the bar or out!.
We feel that it should be mentioned on the web site that the rooms above the bar could be noisy.

Room Tip: Do not pick a room over the bar unless you like Music
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Lisbeth S
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Was visiting family and needed a place to work on my laptop for a couple of hours. So I popped down to the Harbour Hotel to see if the lounge was open to anyone and if the Internet access was available. I am pleased to say they were very welcoming pointed me to a table with a view overlooking the bay with plug and complimentary wifi access! Every time I ordered a coffee it was brought over to me without delay. I will most definantly be back laptop in hand.

  • Stayed: January 2012
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1  Thank John P
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

We stayed twice so far in this very friendly Hotel. The staff were both time professional and friendly.
Our room was facing the harbour and it was clean and well presented.The bed was big and particularly comfortable.
All members of staff are extremely pleasant and can not do enough to make your stay as pleasurable as possible.
The restaurant and bar are clean, offer superb choice and above all are friendly and welcoming. Breakfast was brilliant - plenty of it and great quality.
I would recommend this hotel to friends, family and business associates alike.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Manech
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Reviewed July 24, 2011

We hadn't found many nice looking places to stay on Anglesey but this was recommended by friends. The bar/ 'bistro' area looked nice enough though we didn't eat there. It was also very close to the sea front and our room had a lovely view out to sea.

However, when we arrived, the rooms looked like there were many original 1970s features, such as an ancient bathroom suite (carpet up the side of the bath!), doors that didn't really fit, floorboards that were broken so sunk when you stood on them, ancient uncomfortable beds and the piece de resistance - weeds growing under the patio door (to the balcony) into the room.

The housekeeping was poor, the room didn't seem to have been vacuumed before we arrived, we were in the room when the housekeeping came, she asked us if we needed anything - which she brought quickly - but then never bothered to come back to empty bins, make the beds or do any cleaning. At £72.50 a night, we expect far, far more.

This would all be just about tolerable but when the sun goes down the real problems start! Despite a note in the hotel guide stating that noise must be kept to a minimum after 12, really loud music was pumping out of the bar until the early hours. Our room was above the bar, and it was so loud we could feel the vibrations coming up through the floor! This was complemented by the customers - many of whom looked like locals rather than one-off visitors - stood outside shouting at the top of their voices, picking fights, crying, arguing... In a residential area I can't understand why the management doesn't try to be more neighbourly.

The hotel is so poorly sound insulated we could hear everybody wandering around, doors slamming at all hours, waking us up all through the night. Possibly the worst night's sleep we've ever had!!

On our second night we got back at midnight, with all the music and shouting again - we couldn't face staying there and made the four hour drive home instead. The management were completely understanding and only charged us one night, seemingly completely aware of the problem and without any defence.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank 82Cam
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Reviewed July 23, 2011

We didn't stay at the hotel either but just went along one evening to the "bistro" for food as we were staying nearby and it had been recommended in the guest book of the place where we were staying. The menu looked impressive but we wish we hadn't bothered as the food was really poor. Firstly the service was not great-the waitress we had was pretty unhelpful and didn't know anything about the food she was serving. When asked what type of fish was in the fish pie she didn't know and didn't think to go and find out. When the food arrived the duck in the salad was really tough and the sausage and mash I had was just about edible apart from the mash which was really hard (not sure how anyone can mess up mash) and the child's fish and chips we ordered was cold. All in all a bad experience and we vowed not to go back there for the rest of our holiday.

Stayed: July 2011, traveled with friends
Thank NV0
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